Automotive Battery Management Systems

A dedicated forum on the advancements of BMS for EV/HEV with case studies from senior practitioners working on the latest innovations.  Learn from the experts how to reduce costs of development while extending battery life; discuss the newest techniques and tools to extend EV drive range, and get to know how to ensure safety by monitoring battery behavior.


Do not miss the chance of:



  • Discussing How to Deal with System Requirements Influence on Battery Hardware and Software
  • Getting a Deeper Understanding of Your Battery: Monitoring, Testing and Simulation Tools
  • Learning How to Implement Functional Safety of Automotive Batteries
  • Networking with Well-Established and Innovative OEM´s such as  Volvo, Audi, Jaguar Land Rover, Tesla, Mitsubishi, NIO, Solaris Coach & Bus
  • Meet Onsite the Leading Tier 1 Companies such as Samsung, Magna, and Infineon, as well as the Pioneering R&D Representatives from Karlsruhe Institute of TechnologyTraditional and Imperial College London.

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Featured Speakers

Bo Johansson

Director Strategy & Special Projects
Volvo, Sweden

Dr. Carlos Ziebert

Senior Scientist/Head of the Battery Calorimeter Center
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Marco Thömmes

Head of Development Functions/Electronic Modules HV-Battery Storage Systems
Audi, Germany

Dinesh Kumar Kodavali

Development Engineer
Tesla, Germany

Julien Malrieu

Battery Management System specialist
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, France

Dr. Philippe Gyan

Innovation Pilot Battery System Modeling
Renault, France

Adama Ba

Hybrid Mechatronic Systems Architect
Jaguar Land Rover, United Kingdom

Michał Sierszyński

Advanced Technologies Manager
Solaris Bus & Coach, Poland

Tae-Kyung Lee

Vice President, Automotive Business Division
Samsung SDI, Korea

Christian Rathberger

Senior Manager Thermal & Manufacturing Solutions
Magna Powertrain, Austria

Akshay Misra

Battery Management Specialist
Infineon Technologies, Germany

Uwe Likar

Senior Manager Advanced Engineering and Planning
MITSUBISHI MOTOR R&D Europe

Dr.-Ing. Thomas Blank

Head of Electronic Packaging and Huge Battery System Group
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Isaac Ng

Lead Engineer - Technical Specialist, Battery Management Systems
Romeo Power, USA

Dr. Gordon Bach

Principal Engineer
CATL, Germany

Yan Zhao

PhD Candidate
Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Michael Deutmeyer

Managing Director
EAS Batteries GmbH

Simon Bischof

PhD Student & Scientific Assistant
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

What You Can Expect

2 Conference Days + 1 Workshop Day

4 Workshop Sessions

3 Roundtable Sessions

7 OEMs Onsite

Networking Possibilities

What are the Benefits of Attending?

Discover new concepts for battery management system architecture and how these are helping to reduce production costs

Review strategies for functional safety of battery management systems and how to effectively implement these standards

Develop a better understanding of the battery cell and its aging and how to control these factors to optimise battery management system performance

Learn how the latest mathematical modelling is improving battery management system accuracy and functionality

Examine the effect that using the battery for second life has on the design of battery management system

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