Battery Technologies & BMS 2023 Conference

Focusing on Safety, High Energy Density & Performance

October 24-26, 2023- Berlin, Germany

For the EV manufacturer, safety has never been more important, and reducing the cost of battery while optimising energy density and fast charging are key goals. While there are on-going advancements in battery technologies and cell chemistries, OEM have never been more focused on achieving these key goals and are looking for technologies that are safe, more efficient, cost-competitive, sustainable and promise higher energy density than before.

I invite you to view this year's Battery Technologies for EV/HEV 2023 event agenda, which is wholly focused on three of the OEM's biggest priorities: increasing energy density, optimising safety and improving performance.

This year, our Automotive Battery Technologies 2023 gives the industry an event that is focused on the biggest challenges in the battery technology and BMS space, with agenda covering not just technology for technology's sake, but honing in on solutions that technical battery and BMS experts and executives are looking for, including:
  • The Trade-Off Between Battery Cost, Safety, Energy Density & Performance
  • Improving Battery Safety & Preventing Thermal Runaway
  • Optimising Battery Management Systems
  • Designing Better Battery Packs
  • Assessing Future Chemistries & Technologies That Promise Higher Energy Density
  • Battery Recycling & Battery Supply


  • Faisal Altaf, Chief Engineer / Chief Architect - ESS Functions and BMS, Volvo Group
  • Victor Lakhodynov, Head of High Voltage Battery Systems, Arrival
  • Dr. Kamel Azzouz, Head of Research & Innovation (Thermal Powertrain), Valeo
  • Damir Cindri?, Head of Battery Systems Engineering, Rimac Technology
  • Ekaterina Sergeeva, Product Lead, Charging Systems, Arrival
  • Mustafa Yusein, Principal Battery Engineer, Rimac Technology
  • Dr. Emre Özgül, Supervisor - Engine Performance & Energy Management, Ford Otosan
  • Roeland Bisschop, Global Battery Certification Expert, Volvo Energy
  • Giorgio Corbetta, EU Affairs Director, EUROBAT - Association of European Automotive and Industrial Battery Manufacturers
  • Pau Sanchis Matoses, Senior EU Affairs & Policy Manager, EUROBAT - Association of European Automotive and Industrial Battery Manufacturers
  • Scott Yarham, Global Lead, Battery Metals, S&P Global
  • Peter Bugryniec, Research Associate, The University of Sheffield
  • Dr. Andreas Würsig, Head of Business Unit "Battery Systems FAB-SH", Fraunhofer ISIT
  • Victoria Hugill, Research Analyst, Rho Motion
  • Christian Werlich, Group Leader “Battery Analytics and Systems”, Fraunhofer ISIT
  • Freya Hunter, Project Manager, Automotive IQ

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