18 - 20 September, 2018
NH Collection Frankfurt City, Frankfurt, Germany

Agenda Day 1

9:10 am - 9:50 am From the Vehicle to the BMS: How Systems Engineering can Reduce the Cost of Development

Adama Ba, Hybrid Mechatronic Systems Architect,Jaguar Land Rover, United Kingdom

Adama Ba

Hybrid Mechatronic Systems Architect
Jaguar Land Rover, United Kingdom

10:30 am - 11:10 am Efficiently Using Battery Thermal Management for Meeting a Higher EV Drive Range

Christian Rathberger, Senior Manager Thermal & Manufacturing Solutions,Magna Powertrain, Austria

Christian Rathberger

Senior Manager Thermal & Manufacturing Solutions
Magna Powertrain, Austria

11:40 am - 12:20 pm Taking Full Advantage of Hardware Monitoring Chips for Dramatically Extending Battery Life

12:20 pm - 1:00 pm Developing Software Architecture for BMS Implementation of Simulation Tools

Tae-Kyung Lee, Vice President, Automotive Business Division,Samsung SDI, Korea

Tae-Kyung Lee

Vice President, Automotive Business Division
Samsung SDI, Korea

2:40 pm - 3:20 pm Electronic Test System for Battery Managements Systems utilizing Intelligent Cell Emulation Units

Dr.-Ing. Thomas Blank, Head of Electronic Packaging and Huge Battery System Group,Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany

Dr.-Ing. Thomas Blank

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

3:20 pm - 4:00 pm Understanding the Effect of the Thermal Gradient on Lithium Ion Battery Performance

Yan Zhao, PhD Candidate,Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Yan Zhao

PhD Candidate
Imperial College London, United Kingdom

Table A: Role of BMS with Regard to the Safety of Automotive Batteries
Table B: Successfully Extending Battery Life by Monitoring Battery Behavior
Table C: How to Increase Electric Drive Range

Akshay Misra

Battery Management Specialist
Infineon Technologies, Germany


Dinesh Kumar Kodavali

Development Engineer
Tesla, Germany


Bo Johansson

Director Strategy & Special Projects
Volvo, Sweden