• Matthias Hammerl

    Senior Expert High Power Electronics, Vitesco GmbH

    Bio:
    Matthias Hammerl studied Electrical Engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Regensburg, Germany. For 16 years, he has been engaged in the development of power electronics for automotive applications. His current position within Vitesco Technologies is Senior Expert for High Power Electronics.

    Title of presentation:
    Power Electronics for next generation drivetrain

    Abstract of presentation:
    E-mobility has grown up. The number of electric vehicles on our streets are increasing. The question now is not how to build an electric vehicle - it is how to optimize the drivetrain. OEM requirements are now increasing the efficiency and reducing the costs. Vitesco Technologies as a Tier1 proactively develops new Components / Systems with WBG materials which increase system efficiency and reduce cost significantly.
     

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    • Hovedbanegården
      30-11-2 -
      Organized by SDU

      E-mobility will dominate future transportation. The automotive industry will transform from a mainly mechanically driven industry towards an electrically driven industry with an opportunity of having new players in that field. Power electronics and battery technologies will be the key disciplines supporting that trend.

      Program:
      Introduction: “Electrification of the mobility sector - next generation e-cars”, Thomas Ebel, Associate Prof. Dr., Centre for Industrial Electronics, SDU
      Scientific Talk: “Reliability challenges and prospects in modern components for e-mobility”, Francesco Iannuzzo, Prof. Dr., AAU
      Business Talk: “Power electronics for next generation drivetrain” Matthias Hammerl, Senior Expert High Power Electronics, Vitesco GmbH (Continental), Germany
      Scientific talk: “Future Batteries”, Thomas Ebel, Associate Prof. Dr., Centre for Industrial Electronics, SDU
      Scientific talk: “Intelligent Charging Infrastructures - State-of-the-Art and Perspectives”, Associate Professor Robert Brehm, Centre for Industrial Electronics, SDU
      Panel discussion: “Challenges of soon having 1 million EV on the Danish roads” - all participants

      Session coordinator: Ass. Prof. Dr. Thomas Ebel, Centre for Industrial Electronics, SDU
      Facilitator: Bjørn Godske, journalist, Ingeniøren
      E-Mobility - Power electronic as a driver for future e-mobility
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