Initiative seminar 2018 Electromobility

Initiative seminar on Electromobility

What role do electric vehicles play for how we plan our cities, for our economy, our health and for the environment – today and in the future?

Having been around for more than a century, electric vehicles are now coming into use on a scale that may have major implications on travel and transportation – by air, by water and by land. Areas of Advance Transport and Energy are happy to welcome you to a full day at Chalmers, where we discuss different aspects on electromobility.

WHEN: 13 September 2018
WHERE: Palmstedssalen, Chalmersplatsen 1, Göteborg
COST: The seminar is free of charge. Registration is mandatory.
The seminar will be in English.


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PROGRAMME

Welcome
Sinisa Krajnovic, director Transport Area of Advance
Maria Granh, director Energy Area of Advance

VISIONS FOR THE FUTURE
Moderator: Maria Grahn, Chalmers

Key note: Electric aircraft – opportunities and challenges
Andreas Schäfer, UCL

Electrification of mobility: Expectations and prospects
Tim Schwanen, University of Oxford

A fossil independent vehicle fleet – effects on the Swedish economy
Ann Charlotte Mellqvist, Rise

LIVEABLE CITIES
Moderator: Michael Browne, University of Gothenburg

Key note: The Norwegian electromobility success
Tom Norbech, Statens Vegvesen

A regional development perspective on the electrification of transport
Hans Fogelberg, Region Västra Götaland

Cities and electric urban transit
Ivana Tasic, Chalmers

Are the buyers ready for electric cars?
Frances Sprei, Chalmers

Is there a market for electromobility in urban freight?
Laetitia Dablanc, University Paris East

Electric mobility in future city planning
Viveka Risberg, Göteborgs stad Stadsbyggnadskontoret


LUNCH


Demonstration during lunch
Electric aircraft models - Anders Forslund, Chalmers

TECHNOLOGY ASPECTS ON ELECTROMOBILITY
Moderator: P-O Arnäs, Chalmers

Key note: The marriage between electric vehicles and the electricity grid. System perspectives of two large scale transitions
Maarten Messagie, MOBI

What environmental risks do the batteries add to electric vehicles and how can we handle them?
Mia Romare, IVL

The potential impact of electric powertrains on vehicle dynamics, control systems and active safety
Mathias Lidberg, Chalmers

Electromobility research in Sweden
Elna Holmberg, Swedish Electromobility Centre


COFFEE


POLICIES, REGULATIONS AND DRIVING FORCES
Moderator: Frances Sprei, Chalmers

Business potential of electrified vehicles in Sweden
Stefan Pettersson, Rise

Regulatory outlook for electric vehicles
Annika Ahlberg Tidblad, Volvo Car Corporation

A national laboratory for electromobility – why?
Johan Hellsing, CEVT

Conclusions and summary
Sinisa Krajnovic, Maria Grahn

Published: Mon 19 Mar 2018. Modified: Thu 16 Aug 2018