The Collabat webinar series starts with its 1st Webinar from the BMS Subcluster: “New developments on Battery Management Systems (BMS) for next generation EV Batteries”
From LIBERTY project our project coordinator Eduardo Miguel will moderate the webinar and Radu Schwarz from Fraunhofer IISB will speak about “Flexible open source BMS adaptable to different use cases”.
- Date: 21st of November
- Time: 09:00 – 11:00
Please register following this link.
During the webinar, our speakers will present the latest developments and innovations beyond the state of the art in AI based, flexible, connected and adaptable BMS. The event will conclude with a panel discussion uncovering common insights and lessons learned across cluster activities. The event will conclude with a panel discussion uncovering common insights and lessons learned across cluster activities.
Next Collabat webinar dates:
- Testing Webinar: 29th November
- LCA Webinar: 5th December
This webinar is an initiative of COLLABAT, a cluster of 4 projects (ALBATROSS, HELIOS, LIBERTY, MARBEL), all funded under the EU Horizon 2020 topic “Next generation and realisation of battery packs for BEV and PHEV” (LC-BAT-10-2020). This collaboration promotes important synergies to accelerate the development of this research and technological field towards a sustainable addition to European advanced manufacturing capabilities.
- Eduardo Miguel – LIBERTY coordinator, will moderate the webinar
- Radu Schwarz – LIBERTY from Fraunhofer IISB: Flexible open source BMS adaptable to different use cases
- Lluís Trilla – Deputy Head of Power Systems @IREC: Modular and connected BMS technology
- Juan Alberto Romero – @Vitesco Technologies: Balancing strategies for batteries with mixed chemistries
- Efe Afacan – Battery Mech. Development Team Leader @FEV: AI based BMS models
Who should attend and why?
- Undergraduate, graduate, or master students willing to learn about methodologies for testing and validation of battery packs.
- Researchers from universities or research centers specializing on testing components for automotive applications and EV batteries.
- Professionals from companies in the electromobility sector (OEMs, Tier 1 and Tier 2).
Members of other European projects.