The NeMo and ELECTRIFIC projects are teaming up to offer a Workshop on Electric Vehicle Systems, Data and Applications as part of the ACM e-Energy Conference that will take place on 12-15 June 2018 in Karsruhe, Germany. Paper submissions are open until 13 April.
The workshop is part of the ninth ACM International Conference on Future Energy Systems (ACM e-Energy), which aims to be the premier venue for researchers working in the broad areas of smart energy systems, smart grids, and energy-efficient computing and communication systems. It is organised in partnership with the ELECTRIFIC project (www.electrific.eu), which looks into the development of seamless electromobility through smart vehicle-grid integration.
Electromobility is an essential component in decarbonising road transportation and mobility, but obstacles remain on the road to a wider acceptance of electric vehicles in society. The purpose of this Workshop is to examine the latest development of areas that are expected to play a major role towards enhancing electric vehicle performance.
The session will cover issues related to the improvement of the battery management system, the extensive use of information and communication technologies to increase energy efficiency and thus the range of the vehicle, the revision of the electric and electronic architecture to reduce complexity and the number of components and interconnections, as well as improvements in energy efficiency, functionality and modularity and the development of tools and networks that enable interoperable charging and services provision to electric vehicle users.
Information and submission guidelines are available here.
For more information, please visit the project’s website.