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6th Symposium programme

 

  1st day

Hour

Content 

8:00 Registration, breakfast and networking
9:00 Welcome speech: HE Mr. Marco Hennis, Netherlands Ambassador
 9:30 Introductory lecture, or what you don’t want to hear; Primož Lemež
9:50 e-mobility in Germany; Dr. Bernhard Hauer, German Embassy
10:10 Moon – Porsche Slovenia; business models of the future, Danilo Ferjančič
10:40 Oslo, Sveinung André Kvalø
11:00 Vienna, Harald Böck
11:20 Review of e-mobility in the Netherlands; Bearte De Bray
11:40 Coffee Break/socializing
11:50 Ljubljana, David Polutnik
12:10 Panel with representatives of participating cities and Ljubljana, moderating by Primož Lemež
13:00 Maarten Stol, Principal Scientific Advisor, BrainCreators; Artificial intelligence
13:30 Luka Bradeško, Institute Jožefa Štefana; Artificial intelligence
 14:00 Lunch, individual presentations, networking
 
Car and batteries Grids and infrastructure National and local policies to promote e-mobility
15:00 Electric vehicles and artificial intelligence
The Netherlands, Maarten Stol
ELAAD, Netherlands, Bearte de Bray Moon – Porsche Slovenija, Dušan Lukič
15:15 Electric Vehicles and Artificial Intelligence Luka Bradeško Cities and countries; Germany; Dr. Bernhard Hauer, Austria; Harald Böck, Slovenia and Ljubljana; David Polutnik and Darko Trajanov, The Netherlands; Bearte de Bray, Oslo and Norway; Sveinung André Kvalø, Christina Bu; moderating by Primož Lemež
15:30 Panel on Artificial Intelligence, Luka Bradeško in Maarten Stol Elektro Ljubljana
16:00 The batteries; where we are going and what lies ahead
Michel Adamič
Panel on networking and what cars mean for electrical grid, Baerte De Bray, Gregor Omahen ELES, moderating by Marko Logonder
16:30 – 17.30 Closing panel; Danilo Ferjančič, Baerte De Bray, Sveinung André Kvalø, Harald Böck, Christina Bu, Maarten Stol, Primož Lemež, moderating by Dušan Lukič
  2nd day
 
Hour Content Lecturer
8:00 Registration, breakfast and networking
9:00 Welcome speech
9:10
Why is Norway successful!? Christina Bu
9:40 ELES, home charging; what you need to think is that electricity can be cheap! Uroš Salobir
10:05 Development of Electric Vehicles and Batteries Andrej Pečjak, Metron Institute
10:30 Gen-I Maša Švab, Head of the Department of Emobility
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 BEM German E-Mobility Association, Frank Müller: What Berlin and Germany are doing at the moment Frank Müller
11:35 Mitsubishi Motors Europe Matthieu Campion
12:00 Elektro Ljubljana Jurij Curk
12:30
Short presentation of Slovenian charging statistics Primoz Lemez, the panel on statistics elsewhere in Europe: Norway / Netherlands / Germany / Slovenia: charging cars; Christina Bu, Frank Müller, moderating by Primož Lemež
13:30 Lunch, individual presentations, socializing

Electric vehicles

Charging and charging infrastructure

Electric vehicles and cities

14:30 Renault Gen-i; Dr. Dejan Paravan Zalazone, the largest testing ground for autonomous vehicles
14:45 Nissan ELES; grids and EV
15:00 Porsche Slovenija, Dušan Lukič Norway/Netherlands/Germany, good and bad practices Christina Bu/Sveinung André Kvalø/Frank Mueller/Dejan Paravan, moderating by Uroš Salobir Electrical vans, Transport Magazine, Matjaž Gregorič
15:30 Electric Drive Systems from MAHLE, Miran Purgar Europlakat: business model;
Bicikelj and why it is so successful!
16:00 Gen-i, Sandi Kavalič Short presentation of DARS, Danilo Štor and plans for construction of infrastructure along the motorway junction. Panel on the Importance of Public Infrastructure and Networks for E-Mobility and price for charging, Christina Bu, Uroš Salobir, Andrej Pečjak, Darko Trajanov, moderating by Primož Lemež
16:15 AMZS, diagnostic centre for electric vehicles
16:30 Plenary session and acceptance of the Declaration