Programme and Presentations

Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Time

Topic

09:40-10:00

Opening Session

09:40 -10:00

Opening/welcome speeches by the two Workshop Co-Chairs

  • Dr. Robert Basmadjian, Chair of Computer Network and Communication at University of Passau / Energis SA. 
  • Christina Anagnostopoulou, Researcher, Scientific Project manager, Institute of Communication and Computer Systems (ICCS), Greece

10:00-10:30 

Coffee break

10:30-12:30

Session I:"European advances in the Electromobility area" (Part I)

Moderator: Dr. Robert Basmadjian, Chair of Computer Network and Communication at University of Passau / Energis SA. 

10:30-10:40

“Introduction - NeMo Hyper-network for Electromobility””,

Christina Anagnostopoulou, ICCS, Greece

10:40-10:50

Introduction – ELECTRIFIC Enabling seamless Electromobility through smart vehicle-grid integration” 

Sonja Klingert, University of Mannheim, Germany

10:50-11:00

What is the NeMo Hyper-Network, how will it work and how can you engage with it?” 

Thomas Walz, IBM, Germany

11:00-11:10

““eMobility roaming IT topologies – NeMo’s contribution

Jean-Marc Rives, GIREVE, France

11:10-11:20

Service Creation and Delivery

Johannes Fähndrich, Technical University of Berlin, Germany

11:20-11:30

“Smooth Integration of EVs in the European Power Grid

Ammar Alyousef,  University of Passau, Germany

11:30-11:40

Artificial Intelligence for Electromobility

Marek Cuchy, CVUT, Czech Republic

11:40-11:50

Optimized EV fleet charging scheduling and battery health” 

Markus Eider, Deggendorf Institute of Technology, Germany

11:50-12:00

Encouraging grid-friendly driving and charging behavior

Florian Kutzner, University of Mannheim, Germany

12:00-12:10

 "User perception of e-mobility"

Olivier Lenz, FIA, France

12:00-12:30

Questions & Answers

12:30-14:00 

Lunch Break

14:00-15:40

Session II “Technical and Scientific developments” (Paper session)

Moderator: Andrew Winder, ERTICO-ITS Europe, Belgium

14:00-14:20

Experimental performances assessment of a dynamic wireless power transfer system for future EV in real driving conditions” 

Stéphane Laporte, VEDECOM, France

14:20-14:40

Dynamic EV Battery Health Recommendations” 

Markus Eider, Deggendorf Institute of Technology, Germany

14:40-15:00

Flexibility Reward Scheme for Grid-Friendly Electric Vehicle Charging in the Distribution Power Grid

Philipp Danner, Bayernwerk AG, Germany

15:00-15:20

Approximation Scheduling Algorithms for Electric Vehicle Charging with Discrete Charging Options

Majid Khonji, Masdar Institute, UAE

15:20-15:40

 

Coordinating E-Mobility Charging for Frequency Containment Reserve Power Provision

Jonas Schlund, FAU, Germany

15:40

End of workshop

15:30-16:00

Coffee