Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market
Wednesday, February 5 to Friday February 7, 2014
AABC 2014 - AABTAM Symposium: Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market - Session 2
Energy Storage for Low-Voltage Hybrids
As carmakers look into low-cost hybridization for high-volume offerings, determining the optimal vehicle configuration depends largely on the availability and affordability of the energy-storage device for the proposed architecture. In this session, vehicle-powertrain and electrical-system developers and their current and prospective energy-storage system suppliers, including lead-acid, Li-Ion and nickel-based batteries, as well as EC capacitors, will discuss the systems under development and their cost/performance trade-offs.
Session Chairman:Daniel Kok, Manager, Advanced Electrified Powertrain Systems,
Ford Motor Co.
Dr. Daniel Kok is Ford Motor Company's Manager for Advanced Electrified Powertrain Systems.
In 1994, he graduated as M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering and started working as a Research Associate at Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands. From 1999 to 2000, he worked for TNO Automotive in Delft, The Netherlands, as Project Leader Hybrid Electric Vehicles. In 1999, he received his Ph.D. degree based on a thesis "Design Optimisation of a Flywheel Hybrid Vehicle". In 2000, he joined the Ford Research Center in Aachen, Germany as Technical Specialist. In July 2005, he transferred to the Ford Dunton Engineering Center in the UK as Global Manager for Micro-Hybrid Systems. In November 2011, he transferred to Ford Dearborn Engineering Center in the US. In his current position, he is responsible for the system design of Ford’s next generation of electrified vehicles.
- Overview of Micro-Hybrid Development in the European Market
Daniel Kok, Manager, Advanced Electrified Powertrain Systems, Ford Motor Co.
- Safe, Cost-Effective and Environmentally Friendly Energy Storage for Micro and Mild Hybrids
Perry Kramer, Research Scientist, East Penn Mfg. Co.
- Low-Voltage Storage to Enable High-Volume Energy Efficiency
Craig Rigby, Vice President, Product Management and Strategy, Johnson Controls Power Solutions
- Recent Advancements at the USABC and Requirements Development for 48V HEV Batteries
Oliver Gross, Energy Storage Systems Specialist, Chrysler LLC – USABC
- Advanced Energy Storage Solutions for Low-Voltage Hybrids
Young Duk Kim, Vice President, Product Planning, Advanced Automotive Battery Division, LG Chem
- Analysis of Global Specifications for 12V Lithium-Ion Batteries
Jeff Kessen, Vice President of Corporate Strategy, A123 Systems