Mark Wyatt, Duke Energy's vice president - Smart Grid & Energy Systems – "The Electric Vehicles Theatre of Operations."
Dennis R. Beal, FedEx Express vice president of Global Vehicles – "The Road to Vehicle Sustainability."
Tuesday Plenary Sessions (March 6 – 8am)
Dr. Peter Frise, Auto 21 Scientific director and CEO – "The Future Electric Car - More Than Just a Battery & a Motor."
Heiko Weller, Bosch Engineering GmbH director e-mobility Group – "Individual E-Mobility Solutions for Automotive & Off-Highway Applications - A System View."
Dale Hill, ProTerra co-founder – "Fast Charge Bettery Electric Buses - A Paradigm Shift in the International Transit Industry."
Wednesday Plenary Sessions (March 7 – 8am)
Michael Austin, BYD USA vice president – "The New Energy Revolution."
Walter Kulyk, Federal Transit Administration's director, Office of Mobility Innovation– "DOT & its View on the Impact of Vehicle Electrification in the Public Transportation Sector."
Thursday Plenary Sessions (March 8 – 8am)
Phil Lessner, KEMET CTO and Johnny Boan, KEMET vice president sales – "E-Supply Chain Investment: Business & Technology Overview from a Capacitor Manufacturer."
Michael Taljonik, MBTech manager – "OBDII (OnBoard Diagnostics) Compliance of PHEVs."
David Woessner, P3 North America Strategy Consulting Practice – "Electric Vehicle: The Path to Long-Term Profitability."
Technical Tours & Special Events
Attendees will have the option of taking several technical tours during the conference:
Tuesday, March 6 – Clemson University-International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) Campus Tour; or, South Carolina Technology and Aviation Center (SCTAC) Drive-Along Event
Thursday, March 8 – KEMET Lab/Plant Tour and ProTerra Tour; or, 2) Clemson Main Campus Tour.
Conference Technical Program (March 5 – 8)
The conference technical program consists of presentations and poster sessions from leading experts in electric vehicle design and manufacturing, utility and infrastructure development, and component manufacturing. The complete conference program is available at: http://electricvehicle.ieee.org/program.html. Topics include:
- EV system architecture concepts for BEVs, PHEVs, HEVs & FCEVs
- EV system design – motor drives, controllers, heating/cooling systems
- EV energy storage – battery chemistries, ultra-capacitors, fuel cells
- EV charging – AC & DC conductive, wireless, smart, and fast-charging systems
- Power grid and renewable energy source interface for EV deployment
- EV fleet & infrastructure maintenance & management
- EV design for mass production and manufacturability
- Information technology & communications for EV deployment
- Global standards development for the emerging EV ecosystems
Sponsoring organizations of IEVC 2012 include the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES), IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS), the IEEE Power Electronics Society (PELS), the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (VTS), IEEE-USA, and the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE International). CU-ICAR and others are key partners in IEVC 2012.
For more information about IEVC 2012 or to register, visit electricvehicle.ieee.org.