Improving Energy Efficiency in Electric Vehicles
Increasing the range of electric vehicles remains one of the biggest challenges in the automotive industry.
As a result, 38 partners from 3 EU-funded projects organise a one-day event to share their insights on the latest trends and technologies to improve energy efficiency in electric vehicles.
The Evs event’s organisers are 3 EU-funded projects that have taken up the challenge of systematic energy management of electric vehicles based on the integration of components and sub-systems.
XERIC – Innovative climate-control system to extend the range of electric vehicles and improve comfort.
JOSPEL – Low energy passenger comfort systems based on the joule and peltier effects.
OPTEMUS - Optimised energy management and use (holistic vehicle-occupant-centred approach.
Soccorso Nino GAETA – GVS - Italy
Prof. Matthias ULBRICHT – University of Duisburg-Essen - Germany
Dr. Steffano LAZZARI – University of Genoa - Italy
Prof. Gilbert M.RIOS – European Membrane House CEO - Belgium
Soccorso Nino GAETA – GVS, Italy
European Membrane House – www.euromemhouse.com
ASTER - http://www.aster.it
Participation is free of charge: registration is mandatory within November, 18
Have a look at the agenda