Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market
Wednesday, February 8 to Friday February 10, 2012
AABC 2012. AABTAM Symposium: Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market - Session 4
Battery Pack Components and Integration for Electrified Vehicles
Electrical management is crucial to ensure the reliability and safety of automotive batteries in the field. In this session, developers of battery-management electronics and pack integration hardware will discuss requirements, challenges, and solutions for a cost-effective integration of energy-storage packs into electrified vehicles.
, Leader Energy Storage,
Since 2010 Mr. Keller has been leading the energy-storage development group at Volkswagen AG. Between 2005 and 2010 he led the Battery Systems development department at Continental Temic, receiving the “Ferdinand Porsche” Prize in Mary 2009 in recognition of the development of the first application of a lithium-ion battery to high-volume vehicle. Mr. Keller studied Electrical Engineering (Automation) in Karlsruhe, Germany. He started his professional career in 1996 as a Development Engineer at a German industry supplier for power electronics and electric motor products before moving to the hybrid system group of Continental Temic.
- Functional Architecture of Modular High-Voltage Batteries
Michael Keller, Lead Energy Storage, Volkswagen AG
- Thermal Management of Li-Ion-Batteries – System Requirements, Concepts and Optimized Component Solutions
Christian Pankiewitz, Senior Manager System Development, SB LiMotive
- A Comparison of Lithium-Ion Cell Cooling Methods
John Burgers, Advanced Product Technology Manager, Dana
- Affordable Batteries for Future xEVs
Uwe Wiedemann, Product Manager, Global Competence Team, AVL List GmbH
- Simulation and Virtual Product Development of Batteries
Sandeep Sovani, Manager, Global Automotive Strategy, Ansys, Inc.
- Battery Management Electronics to Meet Automotive Requirements
Bob Shoemaker, Systems Engineering Manager, Texas Instruments, Inc.