Call for Paper: The 2012 IEEE International Electrical Vehicle Conference (IEVC)

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Technology, Engineering, Standards – Challenges and Opportunities

March 4-8, 2012

Greenville, South Carolina, USA

Sponsored by IEEE and CUICAR (Clemson University International Center of Automotive Research)

The first IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference provides a unique cross-organizational platform to exchange information among thought leaders of the fast-growing electric mobility ecosystem and to discuss new trends in technology, engineering, standards and deployment aspects on a global scale. IEVC is a venue for electrical vehicle designers, component and infrastructure system developers, manufacturers, utility experts, corporate executives, technical analysts, researchers, educators, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, legislators, regulators and standardization experts to share a joint interest in the transformation of the transportation industry via electrification.

IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference (IEVC) organizers are seeking technical papers on the technology, standards and engineering of electric vehicles. Of specific interest for this conference are papers related but not limited to the following areas:

* EV system architecture concepts for passenger, service and utility vehicles (BEV, PHEV, HEV, FCEV)

* Innovations in EV component design

* EV motor drives and controllers

* EV high voltage wiring

* Heating and cooling systems for EV’s

* Innovations in EV energy storage solutions (e.g. battery chemistry, ultra capacitor, fuel cell, battery management system)

* EV systems modeling, simulation and testing

* AC and DC conductive charging, wireless charging, smart charging, fast charging

* Power grid and renewable energy resource interfacing for EV mass deployment

* Design for manufacturing for EV mass production

* EV fleet and infrastructure asset management

* Design for EV maintainability

* Information Technology and Communication services for the EV ecosystem

* Global standards development for EVs and their impact on EV deployment, R&D and manufacturing

* Trends in EV deployment, supply chain and manufacturing

* EV-related educational programs for engineers, legislators and the public

Accepted papers will be presented during the inaugural conference, March 4-8, 2012, at the TD Convention Center in Greenville, S.C. They will also be published in conference proceedings and available through the IEEE Xplore digital library.

Paper registration, submission and publication: Submissions must describe original work not previously published or currently under review for publication in another conference or journal. All papers for 2012 IEEE IEVC must be submitted electronically via the EDAS system at:

http://edas.info/N11141

Further EDAS system information can be found at:

http://edas.info

Detailed paper submission guidelines and the IEEE format paper template is accessible on the conference web site at:

http://electricvehicle.ieee.org

IMPORTANT DATES

Extended Abstract Registration: 23:59 EST on October 15, 2011

Acceptance Notification: December 15, 2011

Full paper Submission Deadline: 23:59 EST on February 1, 2012

CONTACTS

Questions about paper technical focus: Mladen Kezunovic, Technical Program Chair, kezunov@ece.tamu.edu

Questions about Author’s instructions and EDAS submission: Le Xu, Publications chair, LXu@Quanta-Technology.com

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Technology, Engineering, Standards – Challenges and Opportunities

March 4-8, 2012

Greenville, South Carolina, USA

Sponsored by IEEE and CUICAR (Clemson University International Center of Automotive Research)

The first IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference provides a unique cross-organizational platform to exchange information among thought leaders of the fast-growing electric mobility ecosystem and to discuss new trends in technology, engineering, standards and deployment aspects on a global scale. IEVC is a venue for electrical vehicle designers, component and infrastructure system developers, manufacturers, utility experts, corporate executives, technical analysts, researchers, educators, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, legislators, regulators and standardization experts to share a joint interest in the transformation of the transportation industry via electrification.

IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference (IEVC) organizers are seeking technical papers on the technology, standards and engineering of electric vehicles. Of specific interest for this conference are papers related but not limited to the following areas:

* EV system architecture concepts for passenger, service and utility vehicles (BEV, PHEV, HEV, FCEV)

* Innovations in EV component design

* EV motor drives and controllers

* EV high voltage wiring

* Heating and cooling systems for EV’s

* Innovations in EV energy storage solutions (e.g. battery chemistry, ultra capacitor, fuel cell, battery management system)

* EV systems modeling, simulation and testing

* AC and DC conductive charging, wireless charging, smart charging, fast charging

* Power grid and renewable energy resource interfacing for EV mass deployment

* Design for manufacturing for EV mass production

* EV fleet and infrastructure asset management

* Design for EV maintainability

* Information Technology and Communication services for the EV ecosystem

* Global standards development for EVs and their impact on EV deployment, R&D and manufacturing

* Trends in EV deployment, supply chain and manufacturing

* EV-related educational programs for engineers, legislators and the public

Accepted papers will be presented during the inaugural conference, March 4-8, 2012, at the TD Convention Center in Greenville, S.C. They will also be published in conference proceedings and available through the IEEE Xplore digital library.

Paper registration, submission and publication: Submissions must describe original work not previously published or currently under review for publication in another conference or journal. All papers for 2012 IEEE IEVC must be submitted electronically via the EDAS system at:

http://edas.info/N11141

Further EDAS system information can be found at:

http://edas.info

Detailed paper submission guidelines and the IEEE format paper template is accessible on the conference web site at:

http://electricvehicle.ieee.org

IMPORTANT DATES

Extended Abstract Registration: 23:59 EST on October 15, 2011

Acceptance Notification: December 15, 2011

Full paper Submission Deadline: 23:59 EST on February 1, 2012

CONTACTS

Questions about paper technical focus: Mladen Kezunovic, Technical Program Chair, kezunov@ece.tamu.edu

Questions about Author’s instructions and EDAS submission: Le Xu, Publications chair, LXu@Quanta-Technology.com

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