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PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Monday, October 6, 2014
Lunch break 12:30 –14:30
A
Opening Plenary
14:30 – 16:50
B1
Mobile Applications Fuel Cells I
B2
Hydrogen Generation
B3
Stationary Applications Batteries
B4
Hydrogen + Battery Storage I
B5
Special markets
C Closing 17:00 – 17:30
9:30 – 12:30
9:30 – 10:30
10:40 – 12:30 Lunch break 12:30 –14:30
14:30 – 16:50
D
Opening
Plenary
E1 Stationary Applications Fuel Cells I
F1 Stationary Applications Fuel Cells II
E2 Hydrogen + Battery Storage II
F2 Mobile Applications Fuel Cells II
E3 Production Fuel Cells
F3 Supply + Infrastructure II
E4 Mobile Applications Batteries
Status seminar of the Leading-edge cluster
F4 Electric Mobility South-West
E5 Supply + Infrastructure I
F5 Production Batteries
G Closing 17:00 – 17:30
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
11:00 – 12:30 Lunch break 12:30 –14:30
14:30 – 16:50
H
WES Plenary
“Mobility of
the future”
I1 System Components Fuel Cells
J1 Research + development Fuel Cells
I2 Battery: System components/Production
J2 Research + development Batteries
I3 Connected drive
J3 Efficiency hybrids
I4 Smart Intermodality
J4 Urban mobility concepts
I5 E-drive trends
J5 Innovative business cases
BATTERY+STORAGE
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K Closing 17:00 – 17:30
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
9:30 – 10:50
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ROOM PLAN
Ground floor
Plenary room
C 1.1.2
Know-how und Service aus einer Hand
› Beratung für Ihre individuellen E-Mobilitätslösungen
Catering
area
› Aufbau einer Ladeinfrastruktur im privaten, halböffentlichen und öffentlichen Bereich
C 1.2. 1
Canada reception
Get together
WES Lounge
Ihr kompetenter
Partner fГјr die
E-Mobilität »
Trade fair
Hall C2
Conference
room
C 1.2.2
› Umfassender Service für einen Rundum-sorglos-Betrieb
Speakers
room
Check-in
Stairs/elevator
to conference
area
Main
Entrance
› Bereitstellung von Zugangs- und Abrechnungssystemen
› Einbindung in den deutschlandweiten Ladeverbund
- Nutzung aller PartnerLadestationen
- Roaming in ganz
Deutschland und
darГјber hinaus
- Einfacher Zugang
Гјber RFID-Karte
oder App*
CA 1.1.2
B1 C
A B1 C
D E3 F2 G
D E1 F1 G H I3 J3 K
C 1.2.2
H
I4 J4
K
B2 E3 F5 I5 J5
B2 E1 F1 I5 J5
First floor
C 9.2
C 8.1
* bei verschiedenen
Roaming-Partnern
C 7.3
C 7.1
C 6.1
C 5.3
C 5.2
www.enbw.com/e-mobilitaet
B3 E5 F2 I1 J1
C 6.1
Stairs/elevator
to ground floor
B3 E5 F3 I1 J1
B5 E2 F3 I2 J2
C 5.3
B4 E4 F4
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I4 J4
B5
E2 F5 I2 J2
C 5.2
B4 E4 F4 I3 J3
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SESSIONS
Monday, October 6, 2014
B1 Mobile Applications Fuel cells I
A Opening Plenary
Room C 1.1.2
Chair:
JГјrgen Zurheide, DГјsseldorf, Germany
09:30 Welcome address
Dr. Walter Rogg, Wirtschaftsförderung Region
Stuttgart GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
09:35
The „German Energiewende“ – political, economical and ecological perspectives
Minister Franz Untersteller MdL, Ministerium fГјr
Umwelt, Klima und Energiewirtschaft BadenWГјrttemberg, Stuttgart, Germany
09:55
Integrated energy systems in Germany
Dr. Klaus Bonhoff, NOW Nationale Organisation
Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellentechnologie GmbH, Berlin, Germany
10:15
Report on Remap 2030
Prof. Roland Roesch, IRENA Innovation and
Technology Center, Bonn, Germany
10:35
Coffee break
11:00
The FCH JU program, achievements and prospects
under Horizon 2020
Bert De Colvenaer, Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Joint
Undertaking, Brussels, Belgium
11:30 Advanced energy technology developments for
sustainable transportation, the U.S. Department
of Energy perspectives
Peter Devlin, Department of Energy, Washington DC, United States
12:00
Overview of Korean energy policy and industry
Prof. Woo-Kum Lee, Woosuk University HF RIC,
Jeollabuk-do, Korea
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Room C 1.1.2
Session chair:
Dr. Manuel Schaloske, e-mobil BW GmbH, Stuttgart,
Germany
14:30
Toyota fuel cell hybrid vehicle
Yukihiro Sonoda, Toyota Motor Europe N/V S/A,
Zaventem, Belgium
15:00 Development of a 300cmВІ stack for automotive
applications
Dr. Jörg Karstedt, ZBT Duisburg GmbH Fuel
Processing, Duisburg, Germany
15:30
Coffee break
15:50 LA/Long Beach port authority, trucks and tractors: CO2 free transportation
Martin SchГјrmann, Vision Motor Corp, Long Beach, CA, United States
16:20
Honda’s fuel cell activities in Europe –
lessons learned and outlook
Thomas Brachmann, Honda R&D Europe
(Deutschland) GmbH, Offenbach, Germany
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SESSIONS
Monday, October 6, 2014
B2 Hydrogen Generation
Room C 1.2.2
Session chair:
Dr. Christopher Hebling, ISE Fraunhofer-Institut fГјr Solare Energiesysteme, Freiburg, Germany
14:30 PtG plant „Energiepark Mainz“ – Project status
and outlook
Dr. Christoph Stiller, Linde AG Linde Gas
Headquarters, Pullach, Germany
15:00 Alkaline membrane electrolysis for micro
distributed energy storage
Paolo Bert, Acta S.p.A., Crespina (PI), Italy
15:30
Coffee break
15:50 Methanol Reformer – The next milestone for
FC powered submarines
Karsten Reiners, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems GmbH Business Unit HDW, Kiel, Germany
16:20 MW scale PEM Electrolysis
Mark Schiller, Proton OnSite, Wallingford, CT,
United States
B3 Stationary Applications Batteries Room C 6.1
Session chair:
Dr. Michael Krausa, KLiB Kompetenznetzwerk
Lithium-Ionen-Batterien, Berlin, Germany
14:30 Energy storage systems for grid services
Thomas Speidel, ads-tec GmbH, NГјrtingen, Germany
15:00 Large-scale Redox-Flow-Batteries
Dr. Jens TГјbke, ICT Fraunhofer-Institut fГјr Chemische Technologie, Pfinztal, Germany
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15:30
Coffee break
15:50 Electrochemical energy storage systems for grid connected PV systems
Dr. Bernhard Riegel, HOPPECKE Batterien GmbH,
Brilon, Germany
16:20 Parallel use of multiple applications on a stationary BMW 2nd life battery storage
Daniel Hustadt, Vattenfall Europe Innovation GmbH Gesellschaft fГјr Energie, Hamburg, Germany
B4 Hydrogen + Battery Storage I
Room C 5.2
Session chair:
Prof. Dr. K. Andreas Friedrich, Deutsches Zentrum fГјr Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V., Stuttgart, Germany
14:30 Energy storage in Ontario
Robert Stasko, Energy Storage Ontario, Ontario, Canada
15:00 ETOGAS – smart energy conversion
Stephan Rieke, ETOGAS GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Dr. Christian Meyne, ETOGAS GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
15:30
Coffee break
15:50 sunfire SOC technology for Power-to-Liquids/
Power-to-Gas applications
Björn Erik Mai, sunfire GmbH, Dresden, Germany
16:20 PtG project of ITM
Phil Doran, ITM Power GmbH, Schmitten, Germany
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SESSIONS
Monday, October 6, 2014
C Closing
B5 Special markets
Room C 5.3
Session chair:
Dr. Klaus Bonhoff, NOW Nationale Organisation
Wasserstoff- und Brennstoffzellentechnologie GmbH, Berlin, Germany
14:30 Projects, applications and cluster activities in
the CleanPowerNet
Mark-Uwe Osswald, FutureE Fuel Cell Solutions GmbH, Wendlingen a.N., Germany
(Dr. Henrik Colell, Heliocentris Academia GmbH,
Berlin, Germany)
15:00 Portable fuel cells and distributed power generation
Dennis Hayter, Intelligent Energy Ltd., Loughborough, Leicestershire, United Kingdom
15:30
Coffee break
15:50
H2IntraDrive – Fuel cell powered industrial
truck application in the BMW plant Leipzig.
A new benchmark? Analysis and reporting.
Robert Micheli, Technische Universität München
Lehrstuhl für Fördertechnik Materialfluss Logistik, München, Germany
Hannes Schöbel, Linde Material Handling GmbH,
Aschaffenburg, Germany
16:20 Fuel cells and telecommunications backup power
at reasonable cost
Martin Tröger, Hydrogenics GmbH, Gladbeck, Germany
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Room C 1.1.2
17:00 Hydrogen for transportation enabling renewable
energies
Prof. Dr. Detlef Stolten, Forschungszentrum JГјlich GmbH, JГјlich, Germany
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SESSIONS
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
D Opening Plenary
Room C 1.1.2
09:30 Energy storage as part of the German Energiewende
Prof. Dr. Eicke R. Weber, ISE Fraunhofer-Institut fГјr
Solare Energiesysteme, Freiburg, Germany
10:00 Promoting green products and services:
Psychological challenges
Prof. Dr. Hans Spada, Universität Freiburg Institut
fГјr Psychologie, Freiburg, Germany
E1 Stationary Applications Fuel cells I
Room C 1.2.2
Session chair:
Johannes Schiel, VDMA, Berlin, Germany
10:40 Fuel cells for the domestic energy supply –
from R&D to market
Markus Edel, EnBW Vertrieb GmbH, Stuttgart,
Germany
11:10 Ultra-clean power at Bridgeport Multi-MW
fuel cell park
Anthony Leo, FuelCell Energy Inc., Danbury,
United States
11:40 Stationary energy supply and fire prevention
with fuel cells – a practical experience
Lars Frahm, N2telligence GmbH, Wismar, Germany
12:10 ene.field
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MINISTERIUM FГњR UMWELT, KLIMA UND ENERGIEWIRTSCHAFT
U N S E R E PA R T N E R
Landesagentur für Elektromobilität und
Brennstoffzellentechnologie Baden-WГјrttemberg GmbH
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SESSIONS
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
11:10 Elcore 2400: value creation strategy in the
CHP growth market
Dr. Manfred Stefener, elcore GmbH, MГјnchen,
Germany
E2 Hydrogen + Battery Storage II
Room C 5.3
Session chair:
Alfons Westgeest, EUROBAT, Brussels, Belgium
10:40 Power-to-Hydrogen: A techno-economical
assessment
Christoph Noack, DLR Deutsches Zentrum fГјr
Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V., Stuttgart, Germany
11:40 Merck KGaA as a core MEA component supplier: Commercializing robust and scalable technology to get the most out of the platinum catalyst
Zeeshan Mahmood, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany
12:10 Challenges in electrode production from LAB 2 FAB
Dr. Ludger Michels, COATEMA Coating Machinery GmbH, Dormagen, Germany
E4 Mobile Applications Batteries
Room C 5.2
11:10 Monitoring storage RFPs: Where is the market
moving?
Dr. Michael Salomon, Clean Horizon, Paris, France
Session chair:
Prof. Dr. Werner Tillmetz, ZSW Zentrum fГјr Sonnen-
energie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung, Ulm, Germany
11:40 The role of energy storage in smart grids:
Implementing large scale Li-ion storage systems
based on the Smart Region Pellworm project
FrГ©dГ©ric Ridou, Saft Batterien GmbH, NГјrnberg,
Germany
10:40 The BMW i3 and i8 – a new class of electric cars
Dr. JГјrgen Hildinger, BMW Group, MГјnchen, Germany
11:10 City eTaxi-competitive emobility: emission-free complete system for cities
Paul Leibold, Vispiron Carsync GmbH Adaptive
City Mobility, MГјnchen, Germany
11:40 The next generation of automotive batteries!
Dr. Jörg Huslage, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg, Germany
12:10 Lithium-ion batteries for clean electric propulsion in the marine industry
Dr. Rajshekar and Prof. Dr. Sankar Das Gupta,
Electrovaya Inc – HQ and University of Toronto,
Mississauga, ON, Canada
12:10 (Prof. Dr. K. Andreas Friedrich; Dr. Josef Kallo)
Functions of grid integrated lead based battery energy storage
Dr. Rainer Bussar, Exide Technologies GmbH,
BГјdingen, Germany
E3 Production Fuel Cells
Room C 1.1.2
Session chair: Fuel cell: Production
Dr. Massimo Venturi, NuCellSys GmbH, Kirchheim/Teck-Nabern, Germany
10:40 Cost-effective bipolar plate production process
Dr. Uwe Maier, ElringKlinger AG, Dettingen/Erms, Germany
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Tuesday, October 7, 2014
F1 Stationary Applications Fuel cells II
Room C 1.2.2
E5 Supply + Infrastructure I
Room C 6.1
Session chair:
Dr. Ulrich Bünger, LBST Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik GmbH, Ottobrunn, Germany
10:40 H2USA – driving towards the goal
Morry B. Markowitz, FCHEA Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Energy Association, Washington DC, United States
11:10 The next phase of hydrogen fuel infrastructure
in Norway
Ulf Hafseld, HYOP as, Kjeller, Norway
11:40 New method for fueling hydrogen into high
pressure tanks
Masanori Monde, Kyushu University HYDROGENIUS, Fukuoka, Japan
Hydrogen infrastructure in Japan
Kiyoshi Yoshizumi, New Energy and Industrial
Technology Department Organization (NEDO), Kawasaki City, Japan
12:10 Metastudy: The role of hydrogen in the
German Energiewende
Dr. Ulrich Bünger, LBST Ludwig-Bölkow-Systemtechnik GmbH, Ottobrunn, Germany
Session chair:
Prof. Dr. Wolfram MГјnch, EnBW Holding AG,
Karlsruhe, Germany
14:30 Europe�s first fuel cell mCHP for homes –
development, market entry and its challenges
Toshiki Shimizu, Panasonic Corporation,
Kusatsu City, Shiga, Japan
15:00 Integrated or stand alone fuel cell? Results of two different system approaches based on BlueGEN technology
Tobias Barth, EWE Aktiengesellschaft, Oldenburg,
Germany
15:30
Coffee break
15:50 100 kW to Multi-MW stationary stand-by and
primary fuel cell systems
Mark Kammerer, Hydrogenics GmbH, Gladbeck,
Germany
16:20 Compact or high efficient: SOFC design for
power supply and mCHP
Guido Gummert, SOFCPOWER SpA, Mezzolombardo-Trento, Italy
H2 infrastructure in the state of
Baden-Württemberg – latest trends
Stefan Gloger, Ministerium fГјr Umwelt, Klima und Energiewirtschaft Baden-WГјrttemberg, Stuttgart,
Germany
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F2 Mobile Applications Fuel cells II
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Session chair:
Heinrich Klingenberg, hySOLUTIONS GmbH,
Hamburg, Germany
14:30 CHIC: Clean hydrogen in european cities:
demonstration of 55 FC hydrogen busses
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Hamburg, Germany
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JГјrgen Rechberger, AVL List GmbH, Graz, Austria
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15:50 Characterization of automotive fuel cells
Ulf Groos, ISE Fraunhofer-Institut fГјr Solare
Energiesysteme, Freiburg, Germany
16:20 Business case for heavy duty fuel cells
Jeffrey Glandt, Ballard Power Systems Inc.,
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Room C 6.1
Session chair:
Philippe Mulard, Air Liquide Hydrogen Energy,
Sassenage, France
14:30 Enhancing H2 infrastructure in Germany –
50 fueling station program
Patrick Schnell, TOTAL Deutschland GmbH,
Berlin, Germany
15:00 Insights from hydrogen infrastructure in the
UK and France
Ben Madden, Element Energy Limited, London,
United Kingdom
15:30
Coffee break
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SESSIONS
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
+ ProBat – Planning of Quality-Oriented Flexible
Series Battery Production Systems
15:50 Hydrogen infrastructure in North America –
the Four Corners Hydrogen Energy Center in
Woodside, California
Colin Armstrong, HTEC Hydrogen Technology &
Energy Corp., North Vancouver, BC, Canada
16:20 Real time data monitoring for hydrogen
fueling stations
Dr. David Wenger, Wenger Engineering GmbH,
Ulm, Germany
F4 Status seminar of the Leading-edge cluster
Electric Mobility South-West
Room C 5.2
Session chair:
Anja Walter, e-mobil BW GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
14:30 Official opening by Theresia Bauer MdL, Minister of Science, Research and Arts in Baden-WГјrttemberg
14:45
Official presentation of the cluster image film
14:50
Preliminary results of the research projects from the fields of innovation automotive, energy, information and communication technology (ICT) and production
Field of innovation production:
Dr. Ralf Schurer, DГјrr Systems GmbH, Germany
+ AutoSpEM – Automated Handling for the
Process-Capable and Economic Production of
Storage Batteries for Electric Mobility
+ Effect 360° – Efficient Engines – Effectively
Industrialized
+ Epromo – Development of a Process-Modular
Production Concept for e-Motor Production
+ OptiFeLio – Optimised Design and Production
Concepts for the Production of Lithium-Ion
Battery Cases
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Field of innovation energy:
Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss, FKFS Stuttgart,
Germany
+ AUTOPLES - Automated Parking & Charging of
Electric Vehicles
+ BIPoLplus - Non-Contact Inductive and
Position-Tolerant Charging
+ InnoROBE - Innovative Regenerative On-Board Energy Converter
15:30
Coffee break
15:50
Field of innovation automotive:
Gudula Deiringer, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Germany
+ DiNA – Diagnosis and After-Sales Services for
Electric Vehicles
+ Elise – Standalone Charging Unit and System
Integrated Data Gateway for Electric Vehicles
+ e-volution – Full vehicle integration of innovative concepts for efficient and performant electric
vehicles
+ GaTE – Holistic Thermal Management for Electric Vehicles
Field of innovation ICT:
Detlef Schumann, bridgingIT GmbH, Germany
+ BiE – Benchmarking of Integrated Electric-Mobility
+ eFlotte – e-Fleet Management
+ Green Navigation
+ IeMM – Intermodal e-Mobility Management
+ IMEI – Integrated Infrastructure for Mobility and Energy
SGI – Smart Grid Integration
16:30
Comparison of international leading automotive
regions
Dr. Christoph Zanker, Fraunhofer ISI, Germany
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Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
F5 Production Batteries
Room C 5.3
Session chair:
Dr. Eric Maiser, VDMA, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
14:30 Solutions for Li-Ion battery volume production – VDMA Roadmap battery production equipment 2030
Dr. Eric Maiser, VDMA, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
(Heiner Hans Heimes, Production Engineering of E-Mobility Components (PEM), University of Aachen)
15:00 How to be competitive in the booming li-ion
market – European machine makers can make
a difference!
Pierre Blanc, LeclanchГ© SA, Yverdon-les-Bains,
Switzerland
15:30
Coffee break
15:50
The laser – The right tool for battery production Marc Kirchhoff, TRUMPF Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH, Ditzingen, Germany
16:20
Successful establishment of battery
manufacturing turnkey solutions
Holger Gritzka, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering GmbH, Hohenstein-Ernsttahl, Germany
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Room C 1.1.2
17:00
Linking product development stage to
appropriate sources of finance
Simon Robeson, Core Technology Ventures Services, United Kingdom, Consett
17:45 – Room C 1.2.1
19:15
Canada reception H WES Plenary “Mobility of the future”
Room C 1.1.2
Chair
Franz Loogen, e-mobil BW GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
09:30 Welcome address
Franz Loogen, e-mobil BW GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
09:45 Keynote
Economic policy towards a sustainable and
prospective electro mobility
Uwe Beckmeyer MdB, Bundesministerium fГјr Wirtschaft und Energie, Berlin, Germany
10:00 Keynote
Mobility of the future – intelligent and connected
Winfried Hermann MdL, Ministerium fГјr Verkehr und
Infrastruktur Baden-WГјrttemberg, Stuttgart, Germany
10:15 Clean cars on smart roads: the Dutch way
Prof. Dr. Maarten Steinbuch, Technische Universität Eindhoven, AZ Eindhoven, Netherlands
10:30 Keynote
The triple star of zero-emission-mobility: Technology, cost and infrastructure
Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck, Daimler AG Fuel Cell Battery Drive Development, Kirchheim-Teck/Nabern,
Germany
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SESSIONS
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
12:00 I1 System Components Fuel cells
Room C 6.1
Session chair:
Dr. Josef Kallo, DLR Deutsches Zentrum fГјr Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V., Stuttgart, Germany
11:00 Market introduction of AVL THDA stack monitoring
Katharina Renner, AVL List GmbH, Graz, Austria
11:30 Development of a cost- and functional optimized
industrial stack compression system
Dr. Wieland Bundschuh, Scheuermann+Heilig GmbH, Buchen-Hainstadt, Germany
(Simon Volk; Dr. Peter Beckhaus, Zentrum fГјr
Brennstoffzellentechnik ZBT)
12:00 Challenges in component testing for fuel cell
systems in vehicle drive train
Dr. Alexander Kabza, ZSW Zentrum fГјr Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung, Ulm, Germany
I2 Battery: System components / Production
Industry 4.0 – Lessons learned from electronics
production MES systems
Ulrike Meyer, Trebing & Himstedt ProzeГџautomation GmbH & Co. KG, Schwerin, Germany
I3 Connected drive
Room C 5.2
Session chair:
Prof. Dr. Hartmut Schmeck, FZI Forschungszentrum
Informatik, Karlsruhe, Germany
11:00 Looking ahead with eHorizon
Dr. Michael J. Ruf, Continental Automotive GmbH, Villingen-Schwenningen, Germany
11:30 Opportunities and challenges on the way towards autonomous driving
Klaus Verweyen, Audi AG, Ingolstadt, Germany
12:00 IT security for connected cars
Prof Dr. Jörn Müller-Quade, FZI Forschungszentrum
Informatik, Karlsruhe, Germany
I4 Smart Intermodality
Room C 1.1.2
Session chair:
David Hermanns, CyberForum e.V., Karlsruhe, Germany
Room C 5.3
Session chair:
Dr. Wolfgang Weydanz, Siemens AG, Erlangen, Germany
11:00 Intermodal trip chains – functionality and planning Rimbert Schürmann, PTV Planung Transport Verkehr AG, Karlsruhe, Germany
11:00 Line Integration - the key to a high efficient battery production
Peter Haan, Siemens AG, NГјrnberg, Germany,
11:30 Blue solutions for optimization of urban transport Jacques Mercier, Blue solutions, Puteaux, France
12:00 Stuttgart services – innovativ, electrically and
networked in Stuttgart and region
Jörn Meier-Berberich, Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG, Stuttgart, Germany
11:30
The eyes of the machine – vision systems as
essential part of battery manufacturing automation
Dr. Heiko Frohn, VITRONIC Dr.-Ing. Stein Bildverarbeitungssysteme GmbH, Wiesbaden, Germany
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Wednesday, October 8, 2014
I5 E-drive trends
Room C 1.2.2
Session chair:
Dr. Steven Peters, Karlsruher Institut fГјr Technologie wbk Institut fГјr Produktionstechnik, Karlsruhe, Germany
11:00 Integrated e-mobility solutions of a drive and
chassis supplier
Dr. Bernd Vahlensieck, ZF Friedrichshafen AG,
Friedrichshafen, Germany
11:30 The gearless in-wheel hub motor for commercial
vehicles
Harald Ludescher, Ziehl-Abegg GmbH, KГјnzelsau,
Germany
12:00 Drive systems for e-cars - state of the art
and research
Prof. Nejila Parspour, Universität Stuttgart Institut
fГјr Elektrische Energiewandlung, Stuttgart, Germany
J1 Research + development Fuel Cells
Room C 6.1
Session chair:
Dr. Volker Peinecke, ZBT Zentrum fГјr Brennstoffzellen-
Technik GmbH, Duisburg, Germany
14:30
Challenges in PEFC stack development
Dr. Mathias Reum, Proton Motor Fuel Cell GmbH,
Puchheim, Germany
15:00 H2/O2 FC system with high power density and
efficiency for UPS applications
Christian Peter, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villingen PSI,
Switzerland,
15:30
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15:50 Precious metal free fuel cell catalysts, concepts
and limits
Dr. Barr Halevi, Pajarito Powder, Albuquerque,
United States
16:20
Characterization methods for bipolar plate
materials – identifying low cost solutions for
industrial use
Dr. Thorsten Derieth, ZBT Zentrum fГјr BrennstoffzellenTechnik GmbH, Duisburg, Germany,
Dr. Holger JanГџen, Forschungszentrum JГјlich GmbH
IEK-3: Elektrochem. Verfahrenstechnik, JГјlich, Germany
J2 Research + development Batteries
Room C 5.3
Session chair:
Dr. Jens TГјbke, ICT Fraunhofer-Institut fГјr Chemische Technologie, Pfinztal, Germany
14:30 ZSW pilot production line for large scale
Lithium-Ion-Batteries
Wolfgang Brugger, ZSW Zentrum fГјr Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung, Ulm, Germany
15:00 Critical steps within the electrode and cell
production
Henrike Bockholt, Technische Universität Braun-
schweig Institut fГјr Partikeltechnik, Braunschweig,
Germany
Jan Schmitt, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany
15:30
Coffee break
15:50 Lithium-sulfur batteries: New insights and
developments
Prof. Dr. K. Andreas Friedrich, Deutsches Zentrum fГјr Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. Institut fГјr technische
Thermodynamik, Stuttgart, Germany
16:20 Striving for energy density – High voltage
materials for li-ion batteries
Dr. Christian BrГјnig, Clariant Produkte GmbH,
Moosburg, Germany
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J3 Efficiency hybrides
Room C 5.2
Session chair:
Dr. Thomas Meyer, KIT Karlsruher Institut fГјr
Technologie, Karlsruhe, Germany
14:30 Hybrid powertrain research and benefits
Prof. Dr. Saeid Habibi, McMaster University Depart.of Materials Science&Engineering, Hamilton, Canada
15:00 The city of tomorrow – on the way to
interconnected decentralization
Dr. Eckhart Hertzsch, Fraunhofer-Institut fГјr
Bauphysik IBP, Berlin, Germany
15:30
Coffee break
15:50 Energiewende on 4 wheels – chance for
electric mobility
Peter Siegert, MITSUBISHI MOTORS Deutschland GmbH, RГјsselsheim, Germany
16:20 Smart and green urban transport in the Netherlands
Daniel de Klein, AutomotiveNL, HN Helmond,
Germany
15:00 Hybrid commercial vehicles – how to define
efficiency?
Helge-Frank MГјller, Daimler AG TP/AGH, Stuttgart, Germany
15:30
Coffee break
15:50 Energy Efficiency: Changes in the value chain of Bosch – driven by eMobility
Dr. Ingo Ramesohl, Robert Bosch GmbH, Ludwigsburg, Germany
16:20 The powertrain of the Porsche Panamera
S E-Hybrid
Daniel Semmler, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Weissach,
Germany
J4 Urban mobility concepts
Room C 1.1.2
Session chair: Dr. Rainer BareiГџ, Ed. ZГјblin AG ZT-Haustechnik,
Stuttgart, Germany
14:30 Strategy for E-mobility in Copenhagen
Tanja Ballhorn Provstgaard, City of Copenhagen
Environmental department, Copenhagen, Denmark
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J5 Innovative business cases
Room C 1.2.2
Session chair: Prof Dr. Uta Mathis, Hochschule Esslingen Hochschule fГјr Technik, Esslingen, Germany
14:30 Timing and scoping of change for a successful
transformation of business models during the
transition to electricmobility
Dr. Harald Proff, Kienbaum Managment Consultants GmbH, DГјsseldorf, Germany
15:00 Project LIS: Challenge from Germany’s largest
public charging infrastructure in Stuttgart
and region
Lars Walch, EnBW AG, Karlsruhe, Germany
15:30
Coffee break
15:50 Smart cable, simple socket: Revolutionizing
charging and billing for EVs
Arwen Colell, ubitricity Gesellschaft fГјr verteilte
Energiesysteme mbH, Berlin, Germany
16:20 SLAM – an interconnected speed charge project
Michael Meurer, BMW AG, MГјnchen, Germany
Alexander Schmidt, IAO Fraunhofer-Institut fГјr
Arbeitswirtschaft und Organisation, Stuttgart,
Germany
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Room C 1.1.2
17:00 Closing remarks
Franz Loogen, e-mobil BW GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Room C 1.2.1
17:30
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Förderprogramm
„Wärmewende im Heizungskeller“
Der Ausbau der Kraft-Wärme-Kopplung führt zu einem
effizienteren Umgang mit Energie, senkt den Verbrauch von
fossilen Brennstoffen und stellt einen wichtigen Beitrag zum
Klimaschutz dar. Mit innovativen Mikro-Kraft-Wärme-Kopplungsanlagen (Mikro-KWK) auf Basis von Brennstoffzellentechnologien kommt eine neue Gerätegeneration auf den
Markt, die fГјr eine besonders effiziente Versorgung einzelner
Gebäude mit Strom und Wärme geeignet ist. Gegenüber
konkurrierenden KWK-Technologien wie dem Otto- und Stirlingmotor hat die Brennstoffzelle große Vorteile. Dazu zählen insbesondere der höhere elektrische Wirkungsgrad und die
positive THG-Bilanz.
Deshalb hat sich das Ministerium fГјr Umwelt, Klima und
Energiewirtschaft Baden-Württemberg entschlossen, ein Förderprogramm aufzulegen. Gefördert werden hocheffiziente Brennstoffzellen-Mikro-KWKs im Leistungsbereich bis 10 kWel.
Die Förderung wird als Anteilsfinanzierung in Form eines einmaligen Zuschusses und gestaffelt nach der Leistung gewährt.
Das Programm ist fГјr den privaten und gewerblichen Nutzer
von Brennstoffzellen-Heizgeräten konzipiert.
Weitere Infos unter www.um.baden-wuerttemberg.de/
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