Advisory Board

Advisory Board

Conference chair

EEHE · electrical + electronic systems in hybrid and electric vehicles
electrical energy management

Conference chair

Dipl.-Ing. (Univ.) Ottmar Sirch

Ottmar Sirch studied electrical engineering, specialising in semiconductor technology, at the Technical University of Munich until 1985. From 1985-2001, he worked at Siemens AG in the semiconductor division, later Infineon Technologies AG, as a technology developer, fault analyst and key account manager, as well as in strategic sales.

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Dr.-Ing. Carsten Hoff

Carsten Hoff is Managing Director of CLAAS E-Systems and in this role is responsible for all group-wide electronics activities of the CLAAS Group. His work focuses on E/E architecture, connectivity, automatic steering systems and the human-machine interface.

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Scientific Advisory Board

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Dipl.-Ing. Peter Schmitz

Ford Research and Innovation Center Aachen Peter Schmitz is Manager for Advanced Power Supply & Energy Management in Ford’s global Research & Advanced Engineering Organization.

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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Dirk Uwe Sauer

RWTH Aachen University Dirk Uwe Sauer received a diploma degree in physics from University of Darmstadt and a PhD in electrochemistry from University of Ulm.

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Dipl.-Ing. Markus Demmerle

Expert HV SystemCommercial Vehicle Development, Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center GmbH Graduate engineer Markus Demmerleis currently Expert HV SystemCommercial Vehicle Development at Hyundai Motor Europe

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Dr.-Ing. Tomas Reiter

Infineon Technologies AG Tomas Reiter studied electrical engineering and information technology and received the Doctoral degree from the Technical University of Munich. His main research

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Georg Herzog

Technical University Munich Prof. Herzogresearches in the field of energy-efficient, electromechanical drives. Key areas of work are the design and optimisation of hybrid-electric and battery-electric

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Dr. rer. nat. Hartmut Pröbstle

BMW GroupSoftware, ElectronicsSimulation, Data Analysis (EE-40) Dr Hartmut Pröbstlestudied physics at the University of Würzburg, where he completed his doctorate in experimental physics on nanostructured

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Dr. Vera Lauer

Daimler AG Since 2012, Dr Vera Lauer has been responsible for pre-series and series development of HV electrical systems for hybrids and BEVs; HV electrical

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stephan Frei

TU Dortmund University Stephan Frei studied electrical engineering in Saarbrücken and Berlin, specialising in theoretical electrical engineering. In 1995, he received his diploma from the

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Dr.-Ing. Anatoliy Lyuba

Vitesco Technologies GmbH Department Leader, Advanced System EngineeringP EC SE EPC ASE Address:Vitesco Technologies GmbHSiemensstr. 1293055 Regensburg, Germany Phone: +49 941 790 7697Fax: +49 941

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M.Sc. Juris Tlatlik

HELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA Juris Tlatlik studied electrical engineering at the University of Paderborn, among other places, and started his professional career as a

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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Ludwig Brabetz

University of Kassel Prof. Ludwig Brabetzstudied physics at the University of Münster and earned his doctorate at the University of Siegen. Since 2007, he has

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Dipl.-Ing. Roland Matthé

Technical Fellow Global Battery Systems & Manager Electrification Architecture, StellantisPropulsion Systems EngineeringOpel Automobile GmbH Biography: Roland Matthé, a graduate engineer, is “Technical Fellow” for battery

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Dipl.-Ing. Manuel Gärtner

STMicroelectronics STMicroelectronicsBahnhofstraße 1885609 Aschheim-Dornach, Germany Brief biography Manuel Gärtner has been with STMicroelectronics Munich since 1999 and works as Senior Team Leader and Marketing Manager

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Call for papers

Submission deadline until October 28, 2022

Join us in shaping EEHE 2023 – we look forward to receiving your presentation or scientific poster. Submissions in the ‘Call for papers’ are now open. You can find the relevant subjects as well as the online form for your upload here. For each contribution, 20 minutes are allocated for the presentation and 10 minutes for questions and discussion. The conference language is English. Papers and slides in English!

This is how you take part:

Choose the topic category you would like to contribute to and submit a short description of your presentation, your abstract. After the submission deadline on October 28, 2022, the programme advisory board with renowned experts from industry and research institutions will review the proposals. The advisory board evaluates the submissions thematically and with regard to their subject matter. He then compiles the lecture agenda from the submissions.

As soon as the agenda proposal is finalised, the authors will be informed immediately.

In addition to the lectures, we also offer a poster exhibition. Instead of giving a lecture, you can present your projects and research results there on a scientific poster and give a personal presentation to the conference participants on site.

We look forward to receiving your submission!