Final program Future of Charging Symposium 201917 January 2019
19 and 20 February 2019
We are proud to announce the final program of the third international Future of Charging Symposium. This 2 day event aims to bridge cutting-edge academic research and challenges practitioners in the field; new insights and practical results will be delivered that support the very ambitious roll out of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles until 2030. Dates: 19 and 20 february.
Program Tuesday, 19 February
On 19 February, leading experts in the field will provide keynotes in plenary sessions. Participants can also join in parallel sessions on four challenging topics:
- Charging policies in cities: preparing for mass adoption of EV
- Smart Charging Myths Debunked
- The customer journey when rolling out EV charging networks
- Zero emission city logistics and trucks
Keynotes from experts
Leading experts in the field will provide keynotes in plenary sessions on the first day of the symposium. Expect the latest insights from Prof. Dr. Ir. Ing. Rudi Bekkers, professor of Standardisation and Intellectual Property at Eindhoven University of Technology; Dr. Ing. Daniel Stetter, Head Smart Energy Systems of Fraunhofer IAO Stuttgart; Ir. Simone Maase, Project Manager and Research Associate E-Mobility at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and others.
Program Wednesday, 20 February
On 20 january, the program offers four exclusive deep dive sessions. Participants can engage with other experts in either one of three hackathons or a site visit to an unique European project. These sessions will result in new applied research projects.
Both days will take place at Eindhoven University of Technology.
This symposium is made possible through the effort of the following partners: Eindhoven University of Technology, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, Fraunhofer IAO, TKI Urban Energy, Automotive NL, BW e-mobil, DOET, Park ’n Charge and NKL Nederland.
Visit the symposiums website for the complete program, list of speakers and practical information.
Or register directly here. You can attend one or both days.