LCV2016 Seminar Programme

Following the success of LCV2016 seminars the presentations are now available to download. Please click on the session and presentation title to access the presentation.

This year’s LCV seminar programme has been designed with two aims in mind. The first aim is to focus on showcasing the best of ‘Here and Now’ in terms of the latest technology developments and results from research projects. The second aim is to look at the future direction for the low carbon vehicle community to ask and hopefully answer the question of ‘What Next?’ for technology developments and innovation support.

Cenex and the LCV2016 supporting partners would like to thank all the individuals and organisations who responded to the Expression of Interest to present and to those who accepted invitations and contributed, through advice and support, to the development of this seminar programme.

Day 1 — 14th September 2016

Day 2 — 15th September 2016

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Official Opening of LCV2016

14th September – Main Plenary Hall – 09:30-10:45

Chaired by Dennis Hayter, Chief Commercial Officer – Controlled Power Technologies & Director – Cenex – view bio

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Ministerial Keynote Address Nick Hurd - view bio

Minister of State – Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Driving the UK's Low Carbon Economy Ian Constance - view bio

Chief Executive – Advanced Propulsion Centre UK

Future Powertrains and a Wider System Approach to Support Efficient Road Transport Dr.-Ing. Stephan Neugebauer - view bio

Director Global Research Cooperation - BMW & Chairman – ERTRAC and EGVIA

Innovate UK: the Cornerstone of the UK's Automotive Ecosystem Simon Edmonds - view bio

Director, Manufacturing and Materials – Innovate UK

Q&A

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The Automotive Council and UK Capabilities Development

14th September – Main Plenary Hall – 11:00-12:15

Chaired by Prof David Greenwood, Professor of Advanced Propulsion Systems – Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG) – view bio

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Automotive Council – Managing the Revolutions Dr Graham Hoare - view bio

Director – Global Vehicle Evaluation & Verification - Ford Motor Company & Chairman – Automotive Council Technology Group

The Digital Revolution – The Potential for Virtual Product Engineering in the Automotive Sector Prof Neville Jackson - view bio

Chief Technology & Innovation Officer – Ricardo

Matching Drive Cycles and Energy Storage Solutions Alex Burns - view bio

Chief Executive Officer – Millbrook

Intelligent & Connected Vehicles – Technology Roadmaps David Skipp - view bio

Manager, UK Research and Advanced Engineering – Ford Motor Company

Q&A

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Energy for Transport; Alternative Fuels and Energy Infrastructure (Session 1)

14th September – Main Plenary Hall – 14:00-15:15

Chaired by Robert Evans, CEO – Cenex – view bio

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Low-Carbon Transport: Implications for Energy Supply and Infrastructure Dr Simon Cran-McGreehin - view bio

Executive Analyst – Energy Research Partnership

Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration Project – Stage 1 Results and Next Steps Dr Stephen Skippon - view bio

Transport Researcher – TRL

Electric Nation, the World’s Largest Plug-in Electric Vehicle Trial Ben Godfrey - view bio

Innovation and Low Carbon Networks Engineer – Western Power Distribution

Gill Nowell - view bio

Senior Consultant – EA Technology

Making Fuel Cells and Hydrogen a reality in Europe Bart Biebuyck - view bio

Executive Director – Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking (FCH JU)

Q&A

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Propulsion Technologies (Session 1)

14th September – Main Plenary Hall – 15:30-16:30

Chaired by Dr Bob Moran, Deputy Head – Office for Low Emission Vehicles – view bio

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Technology Trends for Your Next Generation Vehicle Prof Bernhard Biermann - view bio

Senior Director Business Development Europe
Chairman of the Board of Directors FEV UK Ltd
– FEV GmbH

Simulation and Validation of the V-Charge Mechanical Variable Drive Boosting System Richard Dunne - view bio

Business Development Manager – Torotrak Group

Taking Electrified Vehicles to the Next Level Thomas Altenrath - view bio

‎Product Technology Manager – GKN Driveline

Q&A

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Ultra Low Emission Vehicles; Policy and Market Trends

15th September – Main Plenary Hall – 09:30-10:45

Chaired by Brendan Connor, Chairman – Cenex – view bio

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The Path to Zero Emissions Richard Bruce - view bio

Director of Energy, Technology and Innovation – Department for Transport

Automotive Funding Delivered by Innovate UK Paul Gadd - view bio

Programme Manager – Automotive – Innovate UK

Driving Change: Delivering Intelligent Mobility Solutions through EVs Peter Stephens

UK External & Government Affairs Manager – Nissan Motors

ChargeNow – Public Charging Service for the UK and Europe Markus Bartenschlager - view bio

Leiter Public Charging Mobility Services – BMW Group

Q&A

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Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (Session 1)

15th September – Main Plenary Hall – 11:00-12:15

Chaired by Roland Meister, Head of Automotive, Aerospace and Autonomous Connected Vehicles – Innovate UK – view bio

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The Pathway to Driverless Cars: Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in the UK Michael Talbot - view bio

Head of Strategy – Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

IM-pact UK Activities Steve Yianni - view bio

Chief Executive Officer – Transport Systems Catapult

Engineering the UK Autodrive PODs for Milton Keynes Simon Brewerton - view bio

Chief Technology Officer – RDM Group

The Test and Validation Challenges Facing Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAV) Chris Reeves - view bio

Commercial Manager - Intelligent Mobility & Future Transport Technologies – HORIBA MIRA

Q&A

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Traveller Needs – A unique exploration of Traveller attitudes and opportunities to improve multi-modal travel

10th September – Main Plenary Hall – 12:20-13:10

The Traveller Needs survey and capability study has been a 6 month study funded by Innovate UK, Department for Transport and BIS and included a significant contribution from industry.

It has built on the National Transport Survey by undertaking a detailed survey of multi-modal travel across a UK representative demographic in order to establish key “Pain Points” experienced by travellers during their journeys. By utilising 10,000 on line surveys and over 100 detailed interviews with industry experts a rich source of data has resulted from which a clear picture of the issues facing travellers has emerged. From the data a detailed analysis of capability gaps has been undertaken with the aim of establishing opportunities for improvements in multi-modal travel. As expected travellers who utilise multi-modal travel options face significant issues when transitioning from one mode of transport to another and this issue increases as the number of different modes of transport used increases. It is also clear that the continued take up of smart phones and associated travel related applications offers considerable opportunities to tackle the “pain points” that have been highlighted. The formal release of the final report for Traveller Needs is set for October 2015 so this session will provide an initial view of the output of this rich source of data, we expect the data to be a critical input for a number of studies and projects related to improved multi-modal travel over the next 12 months.

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Overview of Traveller Needs Dr Nick Knorr - view bio

Programme Director – Transport Systems Catapult

Presentation of Main Findings Philipp Schartau - view bio

Manager – Corporate Value Associates

Q&A and Summary

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Low Carbon Commercial Vehicles

15th September – Main Plenary Hall – 14:00-15:30

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Chairman's Opening Remarks Andy Salter - view bio

Managing Director – Road Transport Media

Heavy Duty Vehicles: Efficiency Opportunity, Options, Demonstration and Barriers Chris Thorne - view bio

CTO – Heavy Duty Vehicles – Energy Technologies Institute (ETI)

Mechanical Energy Recovery System for Commercial Vehicles Joanna Brahova - view bio

Business Development Director – Torotrak Group

Electric Range Extended Trucks Bridging the Gap Between Diesel and Batteries Asher Bennett - view bio

Founder and CEO – Tevva

The History of Truck Fuels and the Options for the Future Martin Flach - view bio

Product Director – Iveco UK and ROI

Q&A

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Vehicle Lightweighting

14th September – Seminar Dome – 11:00-12:15

Chaired by Dr John Morlidge, Project Lead - Aerospace – Innovate UK – view bio

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Flax / Carbon Hybrids for Light Weighting and Cost Reduction of Automotive Parts Gareth Davies - view bio

Commercial Manager – Composites Evolution

Affordable Composites Supply Chain Development Henry Sarel-Cooke - view bio

Business Development Manager – GKN Autostructures

ULTRAN - Ultra Lightweight TRansmission ANd driveline: Novel Methodology for Design and Development of a Lightweight Vehicle Transmission and Driveline System Lead Speaker: Jaimie Foster - view bio

Project Engineer- Drive Transfer and Structures Research – Jaguar Land Rover



Supporting presentations by speakers from Tata Steel, GRM Consulting Ltd, Ricardo, American Axle Manufacturing, Lubrizol and the Universities of Southampton, Newcastle and Warwick

Q&A

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Digital Engineering, Modelling and Simulation (Session 1)

14th September – Seminar Dome – 14:00-15:30

Chaired by Jon Horsley, Programme Director – The Digital Engineering & Test Centre – view bio

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New Data Based Modelling Approach for Powertrain Simulation and Optimization Nick Keeling - view bio

Sales Director – ETAS Ltd

Dr Thomas Kruse - view bio

Senior Product Manager – ETAS GmBH

Electric Machine Design for Automotive Applications Dr David Staton - view bio

President – Motor Design Ltd

The Impact of STRIVE in Bentley Carol Holden - view bio

Chief Executive – Northern Automotive Alliance

How McLaren and the DETC are Bringing Gaming Technology into Automotive Design Mark Roberts - view bio

Design Operations Manager – McLaren Automotive

Q&A

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Digital Engineering, Modelling and Simulation (Session 2)

14th September – Seminar Dome – 15:30-16:30

Chaired by Dr Byron Mason, Senior Lecturer in Advanced Propulsion – Loughborough University – view bio

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Virtual Testing of the Full Vehicle System Mike Dempsey - view bio

Managing Director – Claytex Services Ltd

Electrical/Electronic Architecture and System Optimisation using Development Platform Software Iain Cunningham - view bio

Technical Specialist - System Design and Diagnostics – Vector GB Limited

Design Process Improvement by Effective Use of Simulation Dr Kathryn Taylor - view bio

R&D Project Engineer – Romax Technology

Q&A

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Low Emission Buses

15th September – Seminar Dome – 09:30-10:45

LowCVP

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Welcome, Chair Gloria Esposito - view bio

Head of Projects – Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

Low Emission Buses: The Future, Now! Daniel Hayes - view bio

Project Officer – Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

City Mobility from Volvo Adrian Felton - view bio

City Mobility Manager Volvo Bus – Volvo Group UK

Low Emission Buses, an Operator’s Perspective Mark Munday - view bio

Technical Director – First UK Bus

Magtec EV Repowers Simon Buckley - view bio

Programme Manager EV Repower – Magtec (Magnetic Systems Technology Ltd)

European Strategy on Hydrogen Buses Michael Dolman - view bio

Principal Consultant – Element Energy

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Go Ultra Low Cities

15th September – Seminar Dome – 11:00-12:15

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Chair’s Introduction Ben Wicks - view bio

PR Manager – Go Ultra Low

OLEV GUL City Scheme Overview Steve Ives - view bio

Head of Competitions – Office for Low Emission Vehicles

Milton Keynes – A Go Ultra Low 'Experience’ Brian Matthews - view bio

Head of Transport Innovation – Milton Keynes Council

Nottingham Go Ultra Low City Rasita Chudasama - view bio

Principal Transport Planner – Nottingham City Council

Go Ultra Low Oxford – Residential On-street Charging Elizabeth Bohun - view bio

Environmental Sustainability Project Officer – Oxford City Council

Q&A

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Air Quality and Low Emission Vehicles

15th September – Seminar Dome –14:00-15:30

Chaired by Eman Martin-Vignerte, Head of Political Affairs and Government Relations – Bosch – view bio

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Delivering Sustainable Transport Services: Low Emission Technologies and Better Urban Planning Prof John Murlis - view bio

Vice President – Environmental Protection UK

The Development Challenge for Thermal Propulsion Systems Andy Ward - view bio

Head of Global Engines Research & Development – Ricardo UK

Emission Control Catalyst Technologies for Internal Combustion Engines Dr Claus Goersmann - view bio

Technology Strategy Manager – Johnson Matthey, Emission Control Technologies Division

Impact on Traffic on Inner City Driving Cycles, Vehicle Emissions and Fuel Economy Liam Kennedy - view bio

Principal Engineer - Fuel and Lubricant Testing – Millbrook

Electric Cars for Mobile Environmental Measurement and Management Prof Roland Leigh - view bio

Director of Enterprise, Institute for Space and Earth Observation – University of Leicester

Q&A

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Road Load Reduction

10th September – Seminar Dome –11:15-12:00

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    Chaired by: Chris Walsh - view bio

Head of Consultancy and Technical Support – Cenex

Life Cycle Assessment and Natural Capital Valuation Ian Ellison

Sustainability Manager – Jaguar Land Rover

Automotive Composites Research at WMG Helena Simmonds- view bio

Lead Engineer – WMG

Q&A

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Powertrains and Transmissions (1)

10th September – Seminar Dome –12:30-13:30

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The Ricardo Low Cost, Mild Hybrid, Electric Automated Manual Transmission (EAMT) Jonathan Seed- view bio

Chief Engineer Design and CAE – Ricardo

Potential of 48V Boardnet Michael Stapelbroek - TBC
Rapid Assessment of Electric Supercharger System Layouts for Engine Downsizing
Alessandro Renna - view bio

Chief Engineer – AVL

Q&A

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Powertrains and Transmissions

10th September – Seminar Dome –13:15-14:30

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    Chaired by: Jon Beasley - view bio

Director - Technology and Projects – APC UK

Integration of Form and Function: The Ricardo InPacT Powertrain Dr Simon Edwards - view bio

Global Director, Technology – Ricardo

Advanced Steels for Future Automotive Powertrain Andy Clough

Manager Technology – Tata Steel

Measurement and Reduction of Parasitic Losses of Heavy Duty Axles for On-and Off-Highway Applications Barry James - view bio

Chief Technical Officer, Head of R&D – Romax Technology

A Numerical Study of Electrically-Assisted Boosting System Layouts Dr Richard Burke - view bio

Lecturer – University of Bath

Q&A

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Powertrain Modelling Simulation

10th September – Main Plenary Hall – 14:30-15:30

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    Chaired by: Prof David Greenwood - view bio

Professor, Advanced Propulsion Systems – Warwick University

High Voltage Component Thermal Management: Using MBSE Methods Dr Charles Jones- view bio

Technical Specialist Electronics and Controls – AVL

Simulation of Dynamic Torque Ripple in an Auxiliary Power Unit for a Range Extended Electric Vehicle Dian Liu - view bio

PhD Student – University of Bath

Rapid Concept Design and Optimisation of Hybrid Electric Powertrains Over Multiple Drive Cycles Dr Kathryn Taylor - view bio

R&D Project Engineer – ROMAX Technology

Q&A

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Vehicle Applications

10th September – Main Plenary Hall – 15:30-16:45

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    Chaired by: Mike Richardson -

Chief Technical Specialist – Low Carbon Vehicles

Through-the-Road Parallel Hybrid with In-wheel Motors Mike Bassett - view bio

Head of Hybrid Group – MAHLE Powertrain

Fuels cells at Low Temperatures Jeremy Bowman

Application Lead, Motive – Intelligent Energy

F1 to Low CO2 Road Cars to Formula-e; a Cycle of Williams Battery Development Ian Cluett - view bio

Head of Programmes and Commercial – Williams Advanced Engineering

Q&A
Closing Remarks Mike Richardson-

Chief Technical Specialist, Low Carbon Vehicles – Jaguar Land Rover

Robert Evans- view bio

CEO – Cenex

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Project Evoque_e

9th September – Workshop Dome – 13:30-16:30

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Battery Electric Vehicle: Achieving Competitive Range and High Performance
Introduction to Project Evoque_e Mark McNally - view bio

Senior Advanced Research Technology Demonstration Manager – Jaguar Land Rover

The Technical Challenges & System Outline Omar Mustufvi - view bio

Research Project Engineer - Low Carbon Vehicles – Jaguar Land Rover

Thermal System Design and Controls Dr Charles Jones - view bio

Technical Specialist, Electronics & Controls – AVL

Battery Manufacturing & Optimisation Ian Cluett - view bio

Head of Programmes & Commercial – Williams Advanced Engineering

Vehicle Stability Control (Torque Vectoring & Regen Braking) - Theory Dr Efstathios Velenis - view bio

Department of Automotive Engineering – Cranfield University

Vehicle Stability Control (Torque Vectoring & Regen Braking) - Application Nick Carpenter - view bio

Technical Director – Delta Motorsport Ltd

NdFeB Electric Machine Design Dr Alex Michaelides - view bio

Senior Technical Specialist - Electrical Machines and Power Electronics – Jaguar Land Rover

High Speed Ferrite Electric Machine Design Dr James Widmer - view bio

Centre for Advanced Electrical Drives, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering – Newcastle University

Electric Axle Drives - Integration Challenges Jiri Marks - view bio

Programme Engineering Manager - eDrive System Development – GKN Driveline Lohmar

Q&A
Achieving High Performance with Optimised Fuel Economy: Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle
14:50 The Technical Challenges System Design & Control Łukasz Maliczenko - view bio

WP 1 Lead, Senior Research Project Engineer, Low Carbon Vehicles – Jaguar Land Rover

  Assembly Integration and Package Colin Lea - view bio

Advanced Research Project Engineer - Powertrain – Jaguar Land Rover

  Clutch Selection and Development Colin Lea - view bio

Advanced Research Project Engineer - Powertrain – Jaguar Land Rover

  Mechanical Design of Low Cost Electric Machine Neil Cheeseman - view bio

Senior Manager Business Development - Electric & Hybrid Propulsion Systems and Motorsport – Zytek

  Electromagnetic Design & Performance of Electric Machine Dr Alex Michaelides - view bio

Senior Technical Specialist - Electrical Machines and Power Electronics – Jaguar Land Rover

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Mild Hybrid Electric Vehicle: Achieving High Fuel Economy with Low Cost Machines
15:40 MHEV - Technical Challenges and Architecture Outline Michael Finnegan - view bio

Senior Project Engineer - Powertrain Research and Technology – Jaguar Land Rover

  Hybrid Module - Controls Strategies and Key Attributes Łukasz Maliczenko - view bio

WP 1 Lead, Senior Research Project Engineer, Low Carbon Vehicles – Jaguar Land Rover

  Hybrid Module - Design and Integration Christian Schmidt - view bio

Design Engineer - Powertrain Integration and Electrification Systems – AVL

  Electric Machine - Electromagnetic Design and Analysis Prof. Phil Mellor - view bio

Electrical Engineering – University of Bristol

  Electric Machine - Mechanical Development and Build Neil Cheeseman - view bio

Senior Manager Business Development - Electric & Hybrid Propulsion Systems and Motorsport – Zytek

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APC Workshop

14th September – Workshop Dome – 14:00-15:30

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UK Capabilities Study

14th September – Workshop Dome –

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The Future of Transport is Intelligent Mobility

15th September – Workshop Dome – 09:30 - 10:45

Presented by Dr Paul Zanelli, Chief Technical Officer – Transport Systems Catapult – view bio

A transport revolution is coming and the Transport Systems Catapult (TSC) is aiming to make the UK a world leader in transport innovation through a shared vision of the future of transport - the Technology Strategy for Intelligent Mobility.

Exclusive to LCV 2016, this presentation and interactive session from the TSC’s renowned Dr Paul Zanelli, will look at the future of transportation and how industry, academia and government can work together to capture new opportunities in the global market.

Dr Zanelli will also present for the first time new ‘Technology Road Maps’. These have been created working alongside organisations such as Uber, Ford and the DfT and lay out the steps necessary to achieve breakthroughs in areas such as ‘Mobility as a Service’ and self-driving cars.

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Battery Technologies

15th September – Workshop Dome – 11:00-12:15

Chaired by Mike Richardson, Chief Technical Specialist, Hybrids and Electrification – Jaguar Land Rover – view bio

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The Energy Research Accelerator

Battery Capability Development at WMG and the ERA Scale-Up Centre
Dr Emma Kelly - view bio

Chief Operating Officer – Energy Research Accelerator

Prof David Greenwood - view bio

Professor of Advanced Propulsion Systems – Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG)

Advances in Automotive Batteries: a Dual Perspective from both a Chemistry/Materials Developer and a Systems Supplier Dr Valentina Gentili - view bio

Principal Scientist – Johnson Matthey Battery Systems

What is Acceptable Safety? Perspectives on EV Battery Technology Dr Annika Ahlberg Tidblad - view bio

Senior Engineer – Scania CV AB

Novel Battery Management System (BMS) Balances Load, Reduces Cost, and Improves Cell Efficiency and Charging Times Peter Allan - view bio

Electronics Design Engineer – Hyperdrive Innovation

Q&A

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Energy for Transport; Alternative Fuels and Energy Infrastructure (Session 2)

15th September – Workshop Dome – 14:00-15:30

Chaired by Adrian Vinsome, Head of Energy Research – Cenex – view bio

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Charging Infrastructure to Support EV Market and Smart Grid: Learnings and Trends Sébastien Albertus - view bio

EV Infrastructure and Services Director & eMI3 Chairman – Renault

Lessons from Developing and Operating a Charge Point Network in the Nordic Markets Rami Syväri - view bio

Head of International Sales & Business Development – Fortum Charge & Drive

Vehicle-to-Grid Research and Innovation Projects Dr Rebecca Gough - view bio

Technical Specialist – Cenex

Assessment of Vehicle to Grid Economics for EV Users Adam Chase - view bio

Director – E4tech

‘E-STOR Ready’ – the Enablement of EV Charging Hubs Using Battery Storage Systems Ian McDonald - view bio

Technical Director – Connected Energy

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Automotive Electronics Showcase

14th September – Hall 2 Presentation Zone – 10:00-12:15

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Session Opening Paul Jarvie - view bio

Director – AESIN

Introduction to AESIN MEP Dr Will Drury - view bio

Global Technical Expert – Power Electronics – Ricardo

A Technical Analysis of the Fuel Cell Industry in 2016 Dr Ralph Clague - view bio

Technical Director – ETI Group

Save Energy with Embedded Software Andrew Patterson - view bio

Business Development Director, Automotive Embedded Software Division – Mentor Graphics

Low Carbon Traffic. Integrating Siemens Traffic Controls and the Connected Vehicle Paul Brookes - view bio

Head of R&D, Mobility Division Traffic Solutions – Siemens

12V to 48V Powertrain Systems Electrification Ryan Maughan

Managing Director – AVID

Analytical / Reliability Case Study Stewart McCracken - view bio

Managing Director – MCS Ltd

Presentation Title to be Confirmed Garry Myatt

Head of Business Development – Exception EMS

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Materials Showcase

14th September – Hall 2 Presentation Zone – 14:00-15:15

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KTN
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Welcome and Introduction Ajay Kapadia - view bio

Advanced Composites Lead – KTN

Key Note Address Will Searle - view bio

Founder and Managing Director – Axillium Research

Mainstream Vehicles can be Light and Fun! Lyndon Sanders - view bio

Director and General Manager – Far Composites

Measurement in the Development of Low Carbon Vehicles Paul Fitzsimons - view bio

Advanced Manufacturing Business Development Manager – National Physical Laboratory (NPL)

Joining Technology for Lightweight Thermoplastic Composite Components Dr Roger Wise - view bio

Director – Ultrawise Innovation Ltd

Light Weighting Vehicles - Opportunities and Innovation Dr Bijoysri Khan - view bio

Founder – InCOM-Tech (UK) Ltd

Axial Continuous Metal Expeller Dr Zen Cassinath

Director – Advanced Metal Casting

Single Minute Production of Long Fibre Carbon Fibre Parts David Skertchly

Chief Technical Officer – Auxetic Performance ltd

Closing Remarks Ajay Kapadia - view bio

Advanced Composites Lead – KTN

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Propulsion Technologies (Session 2)

15th September – Hall 2 Presentation Zone – 11:00-12:00

Overseen by Dr Viv Stephens, Programme Director – Niche Vehicle Network – view bio

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Dedicated Hybrid Transmissions as the Integrating Technology in Future Vehicles James Setter - view bio

Head of Automotive & Engineering Business Unit - Xtrac Ltd

Gain Performance and Efficiency through Improved Battery Life Cycle Management Heiner Schmeck - view bio

CEO and Partner – CTC Cartech Company GmbH

Alexander Kohs - view bio

Project Manager E-Mobility, Engineering Services - CTC Cartech Company GmbH

Extreme Downsizing for Gasoline Engines – Fun to Drive with Extremely Low Emissions Dr Raul Tharmakulasingam - view bio

Team Leader, Thermodynamic Simulation & TC Development - FEV Gmbh

Advanced Diesel Electric PowerTrain (ADEPT) - Cost Effective Mild Hybridisation at 48V Dr Gareth Milton - view bio

Chief Engineer - Ricardo UK Ltd

Meeting the Challenge of Testing High Power EV Drivelines Darren Carter - view bio

Business Development Manager - Intertek Transportation Technologies

Q&A

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Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (Session 2)

15th September – Hall 2 Presentation Zone – 14:00-15:30

Overseen by Dr Peter Speers, Principal Technical Specialist – Cenex – view bio

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The Impact of Connectivity/ Autonomous Driving on Electric Vehicles Ben Scott - view bio

Senior Analyst – IHS Markit

Will Connected and Automated Vehicles be Low Carbon Vehicles? Rebecca Advani - view bio

Senior Technologist – Transport Systems Catapult

An Innovative Facility for Testing Connected and Autonomous Vehicles Prof Paul Jennings - view bio

Professor of Experiential Engineering – Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG)

The Future of Urban Mobility is Autonomous, Connected, Wireless and Electric Simon Arbuthnot - view bio

Senior Director, Business Development – Qualcomm Europe Inc

FLOURISH - Empowering Systems and People Rebecca Tommey - view bio

Intelligent Mobility Consultant – Atkins

Cybersecurity Considerations in Today's Connected and Autonomous Vehicles Stephen Waldron - view bio

Local Product Line Manager – Vector GB Ltd

ParkNow: The Pan European Parking Solution, Reducing Journey Times Through Connected Vehicles Luc Warner - view bio

UK Marketing Director – Parkmobile Group BV

Accelerating Automated Driving by Connected Validation and Big Data Analysis Simon Morley - view bio

Lead Project Manager for MOVE_UK – Robert Bosch Limited

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