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: Kursaal
Sessionleiter: Andreas Hinderlich · Dr. Dirk Balzer

10:25Evaluation of Voltage Increase to 800V in Battery Electric Vehicle Powertrain Systems and Ultra Fast Charging InfrastructureRobert Stanek
Max Wojtynia, Lisa Steiner
P3 automotive GmbH
10:55Funded Project for smart charging infrastructure for EVs up to 22kWDetlev Endner
Michael Kahlstatt, Roland Matthè
Opel 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 Wolf
Uwe Hauck
TE Connectivity Germany GmbH


Session 1B

48V Power Supply Architectures and Components
Veranstaltungsort: Spiegelsaal
Sessionleiter: Ottmar Sirch · Prof. Dr. Ludwig Brabetz

10:2548 V High Power Electric Drive for Excellent CO2 Emissions & Electric Driving FeaturesDr.-Ing. Klaus Muehlbauer
Dr. Stefan Lauer, Siegmund Deinhard, Friedrich Graf
Continental Automotive GmbH, Powertrain
10:55Concept for a 48V / 12V Supply Rail with Integrated Power Converter and ECUsJulian Taube
Joachim Fröschl; Prof. Hans-Georg Herzog
Technische Universität München
11:25Scalable 48V Power Distribution NetworksDr. Achim HenkelRobert Bosch GmbH
11:55Considerations regarding energy supply requirements for 48V architectures coming along with autonomous drivingFlorian KühnlenzVolkswagen AG


Session 1C

Enabling Technologies
Veranstaltungsort: Saal Bad Homburg
Sessionleiter: Dr. Vera Lauer · Prof. Dr. 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

Mittagessen mit Postersession und Ausstellung

Emporensaal / Außenbereich / Restaurant

12:25  -  13:55

Overview 1A


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.

Overview 1B


13:55  -  14:25

Electrical Motors
Sessionleiter: Hans-Georg Herzog

Magnet-Free Electric Machines & Drives for Electric Vehicles
Andrea Colognese // 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)Dr.-Ing. André Körner
Scott E. Bauer
Hella KGaA Hueck & Co.
14:351-3kW High Performance 48 V to 12 V Multi-Phase Synchronous Buck Converter for Automotive Solutions using eGaN® FETsDr. Michael de Rooij
S. Biswas, E. A. Jones, J. S. Glaser
Efficient Power Conversion
14:5598% Efficient Bidirectional Buck-Boost Controller for 12V-12V Redundant Battery Systems in Autonomous VehiclesDipl.-Ing. Marco AbbondanzieriAnalog Devices

Kaffeepause mit Postersession und Ausstellung

Emporensaal / Außenbereich / Restaurant

14:55  -  15:25

15:25  -  17:25

Session 2A

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

15:2548V Mild Hybridization by implementing the HELLA Dual-Voltage-Battery-ManagementBernd Fähnrich
Dr. André Körner
15:55Optimizing the Set of Batteries for the 48V/12V Vehicle Power NetDr. Christina Antonius
Dr. Jörn Albers
Johnson Controls Advanced Power Solutions GmbH
16:25The application of 48V LTO system in hybrid electric vehiclePh.d Guoqiang Ao
Lilly Han, Jia Ye
Shanghai Azureve Technology Co., Ltd
16:55Thermal Assessment and Optimization of a Commercial 48 V LpTO Automotive Battery SystemM.Sc. Ziyi Wu
Hans Kemper, Stefan Pischinger
FH Aachen


Session 2B

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

15:25Lifetime Analysis of Electronics and Power Electronic Components in Electric VehiclesDr.-Ing. Ayman Ayad
Dr. Martin Brüll, Dr. Andreas Greif, Sebastian Rogge, Siegmund Deinhard
Continental Automotive GmbH
15:55Voltage Ripple on Electric Vehicle System Test BenchesJózsef Gábor Pázmány
Samuel Siegel, Dr. Klaus Rechberger, Prof. Dr. Bernard Bäker
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche Aktiengesellschaft
16:25Possibilities and Potentials of Active EMI Cancellation for the Volume Reduction of DC/DC Converters in AutomobilesAndreas Bendicks
Tobias Dörlemann, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stephan Frei, Norbert Hees, Marc Wiegand
TU Dortmund
16:55Comparison of 800V Traction Inverter with SiC-MOSFET versus Si-IGBT Power SemiconductorsDr.-Ing. Stefan HainZF Friedrichshafen AG


23. Mai 2019

08:30  -  10:30

Session 3A

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

8:30Future 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 SystemGuido Eckers
Dr. Dominik Schledde, Dr. Felix Adler, Dr. Mirco Küpper
FEV Europe GmbH
9:30Safety, reliability, and availability as key aspects of the battery power supply for autonomous driving electric vehiclesDr.-Ing. Alexander Gitis
Hendrik Zappen, Marcus Knips, Georg Fuchs, Prof. Dirk Uwe Sauer
RWTH Aachen University ISEA Sofion
10:00IoT functionality extensions for a battery health monitoring systemFelix Kortmann
Alexander Warnecke


Session 3B

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

8:30Ring Structures in Automotive Power Nets: Idea And ImplementationM. Sc. Laurenz Tippe
Julian Taube, Joachim Fröschl, Hans-Georg Herzog
Technische Universität München
9:00Smart Nodes as Cornerstones of Fault Tolerant Electrical Systems for Automated VehiclesDipl.-Ing. Christian Sültrop
Dr. Thomas Lang, Robert Bosch GmbH
Fraunhofer Institut für Integrierte Systeme und Bauelementetechnologie IISB
9:30Towards reliable power supply for highly automated drivingDr. Kay Klobedanz
Dr. Stefan Grösbrink
10:00Reduce overall costs and complexity of HV systems by smart implementation of active insulation measurement methodsMario Lehr
Daniel Klein (Hella GmbH & Co. KGaA)
Bender GmbH & Co. KG

Kaffeepause mit Postersession und Ausstellung

Emporensaal / Außenbereich / Restaurant

10:30  -  10:50

10:50  -  12:50

Session 4A

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

10:50High Power Density Modular Six Phase Drive InverterDipl.-Ing. Niklas Langmaack
Dr.-Ing. G. Tareilus, Prof. Dr.-Ing. M. Henke
Technische Universität Braunschweig
11:20Limits of SiC MOSFETs – ParameterTeresa Bertelshofer
Mark.-M. Bakran
Universität Bayreuth
11:50Totem Pole Power Factor Correction, Efficiency Comparision with Different Semiconductor TechnologiesBernhard Stiller
Toralf Hoffmann
Infineon Technologies AG
12:20Very compact 166A THT coupled inductor used in a 48V<->12V 2kW 4-phase interleaved converterM.Sc. Patrick Deck
Christian P. Dick
Technische Hochschule Köln


Session 4B

Design of Reliable Power Net Systems
Veranstaltungsort: Spiegelsaal
Sessionleiter: Hartmut Pröbstle · Peter Schmitz

10:50Predictive powermanagement for automated vehiclesJanis Lehmann
Benjamin Löwer, M.Sc., Universität Kassel / Dr.-Ing. Mohamed Ayeb, Universität Kassel / Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Ludwig Brabetz, Universität Kassel
Universität Kassel
11:20Optimization of fault-tolerant power supply systemsStefan Schwimmbeck
Quirin Buchner, Hans-Georg Herzog
BMW Group
11:50Model-based analysis of transient processes in highly available powernet systemsMartin Baumann
Christoph Weissinger, Hans-Georg Herzog
BMW Group
12:20Solid-state safety switch for fault-tolerant automotive power net applicationsFabian Schipperges
Stefan Schumi, Infineon Technologies
Dr. Ing. h. c. F. Porsche AG

Mittagessen mit Postersession und Ausstellung

Emporensaal / Außenbereich / Restaurant

12:50  -  14:15

Overview 2A


14:15  -  14:45

Sessionleiter: Vera Lauer

Codes & Standards for Electric Vehicles
Andreas Piepereit // Daimler AG

Overview 2B


14:15  -  14:45

Sessionleiter: N.N.

Opportunities for electronics components from new HEV architectures
Dexin Chen, Senior Analyst, IHS Markit

Kaffeepause und Ausstellung

Emporensaal / Außenbereich

14:45  -  15:00

14:50  -  16:20

Session 5A

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

14:50On the fast track to electrification: the E-DEUTZ approach for non-highway applicationsThomas BrehmerDeutz AG
15:20Application of 48 V Systems to Class L VehiclesDr. Daniel KanthRobert Bosch GmbH
15:50Marketable electric drivetrain concepts for small tractorsDr. Stephan Hammes
Thomas Woopen


Session 5B

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

14:50Reliability Testing and Automotive Qualification of 650V GaN FETsJim Honea
Saurabh Pandey
15:20SiGe Discrete Rectifiers: a new Technology with Enhanced Safe Operating Area for High Efficient and High Power-Density ApplicationsDr.-Ing. Reza Behtash
Jan Birger Preibisch, Jan Fischer
Nexperia Germany GmbH
15:50New Developments in joining and cutting technologies for (power) electronics with laserJörg Smolenski
Oliver Bocksrocker
Trumpf Laser- und Systemtechnik GmbH

16:20  -  16:30