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AABTAM Symposium
Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market
Wednesday, June 20 to Friday June 22, 2012

AABC Europe 2012. AABTAM Symposium: Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market - Session 3

Session 3:
Advances in Battery Performance for Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

In this session, major automakers as well as Li-Ion cell and pack developers will discuss various cell and pack designs and performance for each of the x-EV architectures with emphasis on life, safety, and cost-performance trade-offs.

Matthias Ullrich

Session Chairman:
Matthias Ullrich, Manager Advanced Battery Technology, Volkswagen AG

Dr. Ullrich manages advanced battery technology at Volkswagen AG where he is in charge of the predevelopment of battery technology and development of battery modular concepts with a focus on management system, safety, and life. From 1994 to 2000 he was with VARTA where he worked on lithium ion cells development and automotive battery systems.

  1. XEV Battery Technology Status and Trends
    Menahem Anderman, President, Advanced Automotive Batteries
  2. Battery System of Opel Ampera and Chevrolet VOLT: Validation and Field Experience
    Roland Matthé, Technical Fellow Global Battery Systems & Manager Electrification Architecture, Adam Opel AG, General Motors Europe Engineering
  3. Large Li-Ion Mechanical Cell Design Trade-offs for Best Performance, Manufacturability, and Reliability
    Anthony Wong, V.P. of Business Development & V.P. of EV Engineering, ATL
  4. Paving the Way for Large-Format Li-Ion Technology Made in Germany
    Henrik Hahn, Managing Director, Evonik Litarion GmbH
  5. Cost of EV Battery Systems - Key Factors and Trends
    Alexander Reitzle, Senior Engineer, Platform validation, SB LiMotive Germany GmbH