IMPORTENT DAYS

2017-2

10

Submission open

2017-4

15

Registration open

2017-5

30

Draft deadline

2017-5

30

Notification

2017-6

10

Earlybird deadline

2017-6

30

Full paper deadline

2017-7

10

Registration deadline
WELCOME TO ISEV 2017

In order to build cleaner and more efficient vehicles, the automobile technology worldwide tends to develop in the directions of fuel decarburization, energy diversification and power electrition. Electric vehicles (EVs), which represent energy-saving and new energy automobiles, become an effective way to solve the problems of air pollution, oil shortage, larger power demanding and the sustainable development of automobile industry, hence, attracting the worldwide attention and progressing in a rapid rate. For the purpose of knowing the latest development trends, promoting international academic communication and discussing on the key technologies of electric vehicles, the International Symposium on Electric Vehicles (shorted as ISEV2017) will be hold in Sweden on July 26th~29th, 2017.

The theme of the ISEV2017 is “Researching, engineering, developing and application of Electric Vehicles”. ISEV2017 program will feature keynote speeches, workshops and paper sessions. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
1. Power Electronics and Electric Motor Drives
2. Electric Machines and Actuators
3. Thermal Management, Packing, and Optimization for Traction Drive Systems
4. Battery, Battery Management, Charging Systems and Infrastructures
5. Electric, Hybrid Electric and Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle System Architectures
6. Connected and Automated Vehicles, Smart Mobility, and Vehicle Security
7. Smart Grid, Electrical Infrastructure and V2G
8. Wireless power transfer for electric vehicles
9. Electrification of Heavy-Duty and Off-Road Vehicles
10. Modeling, Simulation and Control
11. Design optimization for vehicle structures
12. Codes, Standards, Policies, and Regulations for Transportation Electrification.

Conferfence Chairs

A/Prof. Rui Xiong, Beijing institute of Technology, China
Prof. Suleiman M Sharkh, University of Southampton, UK
Hosts