As batteries for electric vehicles become smaller and more performant, they also produce more heat which must be dissipated safely. With a myriad of companies developing best-in-class thermal interface materials that combine high thermal conductivity and low viscosity with the ability to maintain insulating properties, OEM interest in thermal management is burgeoning to new levels.
The Global EV Advanced Materials & Thermal Management 2021
, will take place online on 7 & 8 July 2021, focusing on real application case studies to optimize cost efficiency, driving range, battery health, and vehicle performance.
Examine the latest OEM and Technology perspectives on:
- Strategies For Integrating Thermal Management Systems In EV Platforms
- Advanced Thermal Interface Materials To Protect EV Batteries/Battery Cells
- Thermal Management For Solid-State & Beyond Li-Ion Batteries
- Strategies to Prevent and Limit Thermal Runaway Incidents
- Manage The Impact Of Ultra-Rapid Charging On Thermal Management
- EV Battery Pack Safety And Reliability With Thermal Management And Sealing
- New Developments in Heating and Cooling Technologies for Cabin Comfort
- Powertrain Thermal Management
- Cooling Methods for Power Electronics
For this year's event, we are seeking three best-in-breed vendors that provide thermal management products, cooling systems, packaging materials, amongst other categories.
Who is this event designed for & who should attend?
- Electric, Autonomous and Hybrid Vehicles Manufacturers
- Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers in the EV space, including:
- Battery and Fuel Cell Manufacturers
- Battery Management Systems Suppliers?
- Lithium-Ion/Li-Ion Battery Companies
- Solid-State Batteries Companies
- Electrified Powertrain Systems and Component Suppliers
- Thermal/Cooling Systems and Related Component Manufacturers
- eMobility/Charging Infrastructure Companies
- High Voltage Systems and Power Semiconductor Suppliers
- CAE Software and Modelling Suppliers
- Benchmarking Engineering Services Providers
- Engineering Consultancies
With Job titles including but not limited to:
- CEOs, VPs, Directors, Heads of, Technical Leads, Managers, Engineers, Scientists of:
- BEV, Hybrids and Mild-Hybrid
- Energy Storage
- Cooling and Thermal Management
- Research, Development & Innovation
- eMobility & Charging Infrastructure
- Powertrain Engineering & Propulsion
- Systems & Control Engineering
- Vehicle Architecture, Body Structure & BIW
"This is an eye opener regarding the status of the implementation across the industry."
Guillermo Molina-Arellano, Safety Officer, Volvo 3P, Sweden
"The conference with the widest variety: speakers and participants from all kinds of companies and from all around the world. This makes the discussions and debates really interesting."
Adam Schnellbach, Functional Safety Group Leader, MAGNA Powertrain AG & Co. KG, Germany
- Pranav Nagaveykar, Engineer, EV Battery Design, Ford Motor Company
- Pranesh Dewangan, Deputy Manager - Battery Thermal Management, Mahindra Electric Mobility
- Jorge Varela Barreras, Senior Researcher in Battery Modelling, Imperial College
- William Walker, Battery Thermal Engineer, NASA
- Thomas Kraft, Business Development Manager E-Mobility, FUCHS GLOBAL OEM DIVISION
- Neelaish Pant, Thermal Engineer, Euler Motors
- Vikrant Aute, Research Scientist &Co-Director, Center for Environmental Energy Engineering at the University of Maryland
- Andre Schlott, Head of Business Unit Energy and Thermal Management, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials IFAM
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