EEHE 2019

22. Mai 2019

09:00  -  09:10

Dipl.- Ing. Bernd Hömberg
Haus der Technik e.V.

Dr. Carsten Hoff

Dipl.-Ing. Ottmar Sirch
BMW Group

09:10  -  09:30

09:30  -  10:10

Electrifying Everything
Pushing Forward With Plug-In Hybrids and All-Electric Drives
Dr. Andreas Fink
Head of Business Unit Electric Traction Drive (Division e-Mobility), ZF Group

10:10  -  10:25

10:25  -  12:25

Session 1A

Electric Charging – Components, Systems and Infrastructure
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Andreas Hinderlich · Dirk Balzer

10:25Evaluation of Voltage Increase to 800V in Battery Electric Vehicle Powertrain Systems and Ultra Fast Charging InfrastructureRobert StanekP3 automotive GmbH
10:55Funded Project for smart charging infrastructure for EVs up to 22kWDr. Dirk BalzerOpel Automobile GmbH
11:25How Smart Grid Charging turns EV's from a Problem into a Grid AssetDolf JoekeseMotorwerks
11:55Challanges of High Power Charge to electrical and themal connectivityMarco WolfTE Connectivity Germany GmbH


Session 1B

48V Power Supply Architectures and Components
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Ottmar Sirch · Ludwig Brabetz

10:25Components, systems and architectures and design tools for Micro up to Full Hybrid, Plug-in-Hybrid and Electric VehiclesDr.-Ing. Klaus MuehlbauerContinental Automotive GmbH, Powertrain
11:25Concept for a 48V / 12V Supply Rail with Integrated Power Converter and ECUsJulian TaubeTechnische Universität München
11:55Scalable 48V Power Distribution NetworksDr. Achim HenkelRobert Bosch GmbH


Session 1C

Enabling Technologies
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Vera Lauer · Hans-Georg Herzog

10:25Enabling Technologies – die attach and substrate technologies for power electronicsDr. Louis CostaAB Mikroelektronik GmbH
10:55Future Packaging Technologies in Power Electronic ModulesDr. Christoph BayerFraunhofer Institut für Integrierte Systeme und Bauelementetechnologie IISB
11:25Challenges of thermal management for high power applications inside Mild-Hybrid vehiclesChristian FischerHELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA
11:55High power density and low ESR Aluminium Electrolytic Capacitors for automoitive powertrain systemsFabio MelloTDK Europe GmbH

12:25  -  13:55

13:55  -  14:25

48V Battery Market in China
Sessionleiter: Andreas Hinderlich

Market development for 48V Batteries and Power Electronics in China – from perspective of a Tier 1 supplier
Jan Peter Willemsen // Hella Shanghai Electronics Co., Ltd.

13:55  -  14:25

Electrical Motors
Sessionleiter: Hans-Georg Herzog

Magnet-Free Electric Machines & Drives for Electric Vehicles
John Graboswki // ON Semiconductor

14:25  -  14:55

Kurzpräsentationen ausgewählter Poster
Sessionleiter: Dr.-Ing. Tomas Reiter

14:25Usage of single-stage topologies and WBG-device-based switching for a new generation of On-board Chargers (OBCs)Maximilian NaumowHELLA Electronics Corporation
14:351-3kW High Performance 48 V to 12 V Multi-Phase Synchronous Buck Converter for Automotive Solutions using eGaN® FETsDR. Michael de RooijEfficient Power Conversion
14:45Optimization of electric vehicle drives by means of integrated component designDaniel KieningerRWTH Aachen University
14:5510 Effects of interaction of road users with automated vehiclesDipl.-Ing. Marco AbbondanzieriAnalog Devices

14:55  -  15:25

15:25  -  17:25

Session 2A

Li-Ion Batteries in 48V Vehicles
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Marc Thele · Carsten Hoff

15:2548V Mild Hybridization by implementing the HELLA Dual-Voltage-Battery-ManagementBernd FähnrichHELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA
15:55Optimizing the Set of Batteries for the 48V/12V Vehicle Power NetDr. Christina AntoniusJohnson Controls Advanced Power Solutions GmbH
16:25The application of 48V LTO system in hybrid electric vehiclePh.d Guoqiang AoShanghai Azureve Technology Co., Ltd
16:55Thermal Assessment and Optimization of a Commercial 48 V LpTO Automotive Battery SystemM.Sc. Ziyi WuFH Aachen


Session 2B

Power Electronics System Engineering
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Dieter Polenov · Marc Nalbach

15:25Lifetime Analysis of Electronics and Power Electronic Components in Electric VehiclesDr. Martin BrüllContinental Automotive GmbH
15:55Voltage Ripple on Electric Vehicle System Test BenchesJózsef Gábor PázmányDr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche Aktiengesellschaft
16:25Possibilities and Potentials of Active EMI Cancellation for the Volume Reduction of DC/DC Converters in AutomobilesAndreas BendicksTU Dortmund
16:55Comparison of 800V Traction Inverter with SiC-MOSFET versus Si-IGBT Power SemiconductorsDr.-Ing. Marco DenkZF Friedrichshafen AG


23. Mai 2019

08:30  -  10:30

Session 3A

Battery Management
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Marc Thele · Dirk Uwe Sauer

8:30Advanced Battery ManagementProf. Dirk Uwe SauerISEA Institut für Stromrichtertechnik und Elektrische Antriebe
9:00Utilizing upcoming centralized control units to boost State of Health (SOH) precision by advanced online algorithms in automotive Battery Management System (BMS) applicationsGuido EckersFEV Europe GmbH
9:30Safety, reliability, and availability as key aspects of the battery power supply for autonomous driving electric vehiclesAlexander GitisRWTH Aachen University
10:00IoT functionality extensions for a battery health monitoring systemFelix KortmannHELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA


Session 3B

Safety of Vehicle Power Supply
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Vera Lauer · Jan Lichtermann

8:30Ring Structures in Automotive Power Nets: Idea And ImplementationM. Sc. Laurenz TippeTechnische Universität München
9:00Smart Nodes as Cornerstones of Fault Tolerant Electrical Systems for Automated VehiclesDipl.-Ing. Christian SültropFraunhofer Institut für Integrierte Systeme und Bauelementetechnologie IISB
9:30Towards reliable power supply for highly automated drivingDr. Kay KlobedanzHELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA
10:00Reduce overall costs and complexity of HV systems by smart implementation of active insulation measurement methodsDaniel KleinHELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA

10:30  -  10:50

10:50  -  12:50

Session 4A

Power Electronics Applications
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Friedrich Graf · Tomas Reiter

10:50High Power Density Modular Six Phase Drive InverterDipl.-Ing. Niklas LangmaackTechnische Universität Braunschweig
11:20Limits of SiC MOSFETs – Parameter Deviations for Safe Parallel OperationTeresa BertelshoferUniversität Bayreuth
11:50Totem Pole Power Factor Correction, Efficiency Comparision with Different Semiconductor TechnologiesBernhard StillerInfineon Technologies AG
12:20Very compact 166A THT coupled inductor used in a 48V<->12V 2kW 4-phase interleaved converterM.Sc. Patrick DeckTechnische Hochschule Köln


Session 4B

Methodology for Safe Power Supply
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Hartmut Pröbstle · Peter Schmitz

10:50Predictive powermanagement for automated vehiclesJanis LehmannUniversität Kassel
11:20Optimization of fault-tolerant power supply systemsStefan SchwimmbeckBMW Group
11:50Model-based analysis of transient processes in highly available powernet systemsMartin BaumannBMW Group
12:20Solid-state safety switch for fault-tolerant automotive power net applicationsFabian SchippergesDr. Ing. h. c. F. Porsche AG

12:50  -  14:15

14:15  -  14:35

Sessionleiter: Vera Lauer


14:35  -  14:45

14:45  -  16:15

Session 5A

Vehicle Concepts
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Stephan Frei · Friedrich Graf

14:45On the fast track to electrification: the E-DEUTZ approach for non-highway applicationsThomas BrehmerDeutz AG
15:15Application of 48 V Systems to Class L VehiclesDr. Daniel KanthRobert Bosch GmbH
15:45Marketable electric drivetrain concepts for small tractorsDr. Stephan HammesAVL TEG GmbH


Session 5B

Power Electronics Technologies
Veranstaltungsort: tbd
Sessionleiter: Tomas Reiter · Dieter Polenov

14:45Reliability Testing and Automotive Qualification of 650V GaN FETsJim HoneaNexperia
15:15SiGe Discrete Rectifiers: a new Technology with Enhanced Safe Operating Area for High Efficient and High Power-Density ApplicationsDr.-Ing. Reza BehtashNexperia Germany GmbH
15:45New Developments in joining and cutting technologies for (power) electronics with laserJörg SmolenskiTrumpf Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH