More Electric Aircraft Europe Conference

Hamburg, Germany

More Electric Aircraft Europe 2019

Hybrid-electric distributed propulsion system - Optimal electric systems - High temperature power electronics - Thermal management - Superconducting machines

More Electric Aircraft (MEA) applications demand high reliability, high availability, and high power density while aiming to reduce weight, complexity, fuel consumption, operational costs, and environmental impact. New electric driven systems can meet these requirements and also provide significant technical and economic improvements over conventional mechanical, hydraulic, or pneumatic systems.

However, the MEA puts some challenges on the aircraft electrical system, both in the amount of the required power and the processing and management of this power.

Join us to share ideas, problems and solutions relating to technological developments as well as future concepts associated to more electrical aircraft.

Reasons to Attend

  • Optimal design of electric systems for MEA
  • Move to More Electric Aircraft - results and upcoming projects
  • Power Electronics: High temperature PE
  • Potentials, challenges and limits of intelligent and effective thermal management
  • Hybrid-electric distributed propulsion system
  • Energy storage as the key to MEA design success
  • Superconducting Machines and Power Systems


  • Prof. Dr. Josef Kallo, Coordinator electric flight, German Aerospace Center (DLR)


  • Ph.D. Daniel Izquierdo-Gil, High/Low Voltage Power Electrics Expert, Airbus Defence and Space
  • Dr. Kamiar Karimi, Senior Technical Fellow, Energy Management and Power Systems, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, USA
  • Luiz Valentini, Engineering Manager, Embraer X
  • Evgeni Ganev, Chief Engineer Electromechanical Power Systems, Honeywell International
  • Fabrizio Cuomo, Systems Engineer, Leonardo Aircraft
  • Dr. Linda Brussaard, Electrical Systems Expert, European Aviation Safety Agency
  • Marcello Kivel Mazuy, EREA FSE coordinator, CIRA
  • Tugba SARAC, Airworthiness and Certification Specialist, Turkish Aerospace
  • Rolf Stuber, Head of Design, SmartFlyer Ltd.
  • John McGinnis, CEO, Synergy Aircraft
  • Dr. Tim Coombs, Senior Lecturer, Cambridge University
  • Eric Darcy, Battery Technical Discipline, NASA
  • Michiel Sellier, Europe Representative, Ampaire
  • Antonio Tripoli, Head of Preliminary Design & Projects, ATR
  • Debjani Ghosh, Researcher, Institute of energy conversion and storage
  • Pier Paolo De Matteis, Aeronautics - Technology Integration and Flight Demostrators Deputy, Centro Italiano Ricerche Aerospaziali
  • Arnaud Didey, Founder & CEO, Neoptera
  • Igor Perkon, R&D Program Manager, Pipistrel
  • Norman Pereira, Aerospace Engineer, FAA
  • Peter van Duijsen, Rsearcher, TU Delft
  • Pascal Thalin, SAE Aerospace Standards Europe, SAE
Pre-conference Workshop-Day - 28th October, 2019

Conference Day One - 29th October, 2019

Conference Day Two
- 30th October, 2019


Venue to be confirmed
Hamburg, Germany

More information to follow...

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