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									  SAE 2011 Hybrid Vehicle Symposium + EV Day: Innovation and
    Application of Vehicle Electrification – Preliminary Agenda
                   February 9-11, 2011, Hilton Anaheim, California, USA

Symposium Organizers: Craig Childers, CARB; John M. German, ICCT; Ming Kuang, Ford Motor
Company; Robert Larsen, Argonne National Laboratory; Owen Thunes, Nissan; Justin Ward, Toyota
Technical Center
Agenda – Day 1
Wednesday, February 9, 2011                                              as of 01.10.11
Time                                              Description
7:00 am      Registration
   8:00      Welcome/Introductions – Janel Show, SAE International / Owen Thunes, Nissan
   8:15      A Journalist’s Perspective – Dennis Simanaitis – Road & Track Magazine
   8:45      Focus Group Studies/other – Stephen Popiel – Synovate Motoresearch
   9:15      Consumer Behavior and Risk Aversion, David Greene – ORNL
   9:45      Consumer Response to HEVs and PHEVs: Real World Result, Ken Kurani - UC-Davis
  10:15      Break
  10:45      OEM – Toyota – Vern Francisco
  11:15      OEM – Daimler – Neil Armstrong
  11:45      OEM – Ford – Chuck Gray
  12:15      Lunch –
   1:15      Robert Larsen, Argonne National Labs
             Technology Applied to CR-Z HEV Propulsion System, Takeo Nishibori, Honda
   1:45      Development of Hybrid System for Mid-Size Sedan, Seok-Joon Kim, Hyundai
   2:15      OEM - Nissan – Tetsuya Takahashi
   2:45      General Motors Hybrid Systems and New e-Assist Powertrain, Pete Savagian, GM
   3:15      OEM – TBD
   3:45       Break
   4:15      OEM Hybrids Panel Discussion – Moderator, Robert Larsen
             THEME: Challenges of a Complex Marketplace
             Daimler – Neil Armstrong
             Ford – Chuck Gray
             GM – Pete Savagian
             Honda – Takeo Nishibori
             Hyundai – Seok-Joon Kim
             Nissan – Tetsuya Takahashi
             Toyota – Vern Francisco
             OEM - TBD
   5:30      Reception immediately following adjournment
  SAE 2011 Hybrid Vehicle Symposium + EV Day: Innovation and
    Application of Vehicle Electrification – Preliminary Agenda
                February 9-11, 2011, Hilton Anaheim, California, USA

Agenda – Day 2
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Time                                            Description
 7:00 am   Registration
    8:00   Welcome/Introductions – Janel Show, SAE International / Ming Kuang, Ford
    8:15   Thermal Management – Bob Taenaka, Ford Motor Company
    8:45   Automotive high power semiconductor and packaging trends for future E-Mobility
           applications - Jochen Hanebeck, Infineon Automotive Division
    9:15   What has Toyota Learned from PHEV Prius? – Doug Coleman, Toyota
    9:45   Break
   10:15   Legislation & International Trends Effecting Development of Hybrids – Alan Lloyd,
           ICCT
   10:45   Beyond MPG: Characterizing and Conveying the Efficiency of Advanced Plug-In
           Vehicles – Michael Duoba, Argonne National Laboratory
   11:15   Advanced Automotive Vehicle Market and Battery Technology and Market - Menahem
           Anderman, Advanced Automotive Batteries
12:00 pm   Lunch
    1:00   John German, ICCT
           Energy Storage Systems Panel Discussion - Moderator, John German
           THEME: Are Energy Storage Systems Ready for Prime Time?
           -- Argonne National Laboratory, Khalil Amine
           -- Advanced Auto Batteries, Menahem Anderman
           -- A123 – Philip Stephenson
           -- JCI – Tom Watson
           -- LG Chem Power, Inc (LGCPI) – Prabhakar Patil
           -- Ford - Bob Taenaka
           -- Nissan - TBD
           -- Other Battery Mfg - TBD
    2:30   Break
    3:00   Li-Air Batteries, Long-term Durability Testing of Li-Ion Batteries – Khalil Amine
    3:30   Supplier Discussions
           THEME: Technology Advances for HEV/PHEV Development
              - Magna E-Cars: Bob Storc (Electric Powertrain Assembly (EPA) module as a
                  Compelling Technical Solution)
              - Bosch: Joe Slenzak (P2 Full Hybrid Technology)
              - Remy Electric Motor Technology: David Fulton (Contingency Planning:
                  Building A More Agile System for the “What Ifs” of HEV/EV)
   5:00    Reception immediately following adjournment
   SAE 2011 Hybrid Vehicle Symposium + EV Day: Innovation and
     Application of Vehicle Electrification – Preliminary Agenda
                     February 9-11, 2011, Hilton Anaheim, California, USA

 Symposium Organizers: Craig Childers, CARB; Ming Kuang, Ford Motor Company; Robert Larsen,
 Argonne National Laboratory; Owen Thunes, Nissan; Justin Ward, Toyota Technical Center

 Agenda – Day 3
 Friday, February 11, 2011
Time                                              Description
 7:00 am     Registration -
    8:00     Welcome/Introductions – Marc LeDuc, SAE International / Craig Childers, CARB
    8:15     Market Analysis Mini-e – UC-Davis, Tom Turrentine
    8:45     PHEV/HEV Overview, EPRI, Mark Duvall
    9:15     Can America Plug In? – Leviton, Manoj Karwa
    9:45     Break
   10:15     Codes and Standards – Argonne National Labs, Ted Bohn
   10:45     Introduction of the EV Project – the Largest Deployment of Electric Vehicles and
             Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructures Ever Undertaken - Idaho National
             Laboratory, John Smart
   11:15     Dynamometer Evaluation of Five Electric Vehicles Designed for Urban Deliver Route
             Services – Oak Ridge National Labs, Perry Jones
11:45 am     Lunch Keynote: An Overview of the Progressive Automotive X-PRIZE, Steve
             Wesolowski
1:00 pm      Justin Ward, Toyota
             Ford’s Technology/Strategy Regarding EV– Chuck Gray

    1:30     Development of the Nissan LEAF - Shigetoshi Tokuoka, Nissan
    2:00     Driving with Grid Energy - The Chevrolet Volt Extended Range EV – Pete Savagian, GM
    2:30     Toyota’s Technology/Strategy Regarding EV– Takehito Yokoo
    3:00     Break
    3:30     Tesla Technology/Strategy Regarding EV – Speaker TBD
    4:00     Mitsubishi Technology/Strategy Regarding EV – David Patterson
    4:30     BMW Technology/Strategy Regarding EV - Andreas Klugescheid
    5:00     OEM Panel Discussion - Moderator, Craig Childers
             THEME: Competing in the Automotive Market
             Panelists: Ford, GM, Nissan, Tesla, Mitsubishi, Toyota
    6:30     Conclusion

								
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