Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market
Wednesday, June 26 to Friday June 28, 2013
AABC Europe 2013 - AABTAM Symposium: Advanced Automotive Battery Technology, Application and Market - Session 3
Li Ion Battery Technology for HEVs and PHEVs
Major automakers as well as Li-Ion cell and pack developers discussed various cell and pack designs and performance for each of the xEV architectures, focusing on life, safety, and cost-performance trade-offs.
Session Chairman:Arnold Lamm, Head, High Voltage Battery Systems,
Dr. Lamm studied mechanical and chemical engineering at the Rhine-Westphalia Technical University (RWTH), Aachen. He obtained his PhD from the Jülich GmbH research center, and joined Daimler AG (former Daimler-Ben) in1995. Since then he has worked in different positions as senior manager for “Fuel Cell Stack and System Technology”, “Energy Storages” (Hydrogen tank, High-Voltage-Batteries) and “Fuel Cell Drivetrain”. In April 2009 Dr. Lamm became member of the board of German ACCUmotive at Nabern, and has been responsible for the development of Li-Ion batteries (Hybrid, EV, Plug-in). In December 2010 Dr. Lamm took over a new department at Daimler AG: “Characterization of HV Battery Systems“. He is member of the AG2 in the National Platform Electro Mobility in Germany.
- Battery Choices for PHEV Applications
Dr. Arnold Lamm, Head, High Voltage Battery Systems, Daimler AG
- Technology for Automotive Cells
Dr. Kiho Kim, Vice President, Samsung SDI
- 48V Li-Ion Automotive Battery System - Requirements and Design Criteria
Holger Lüdtke, Chief Technical Officer, SK Continental E-motion Germany GmbH
- A123 Battery Life Simulation and Validation Test Results
Jeff Kessen, Director, Automotive Marketing, A123 Systems
- Li-Ion Technology Evolution for xEVs: How far and how fast?
Dr. Menahem Anderman, President, Advanced Automotive Batteries