The ITEC 2021 Organizing Committee has a great team of highly invested individuals that have built a program that aims to address the wide scope of challenges to sustainable transportation. ITEC’s program endeavors to provide attendees first with a broad view of transportation infrastructure from an administration level, to then lead them through the individual components of the sustainable transportation industry.

 

Keynote Speakers:


Ken Morris

Executive Chief Engineer of Global Electric Propulsion Systems, GM

Martin Bush

Global Engineering Manager – John Deere

Tara Vatcher

Global Director of Software Engineering – FCA

Zilai Zhao

Director, eMobility Engineering – Systems, E-Components and HV Batteries – Navistar, Inc

Dwarka Simili

Global Senior Manager – Controls, Power Drive Systems – BorgWarner

Armen Baronian

Director, Power Systems and Emerging Technologies- Eaton

 

 

Short Courses and Tutorials:


Electric Powertrain: Power Electronics and Drives for Hybrid, Electric and Fuel Cell Vehicles

John Hayes – University College Cork & Dr. G. Abas Goodarzi – US Hybrid & US Fuelcell

 

Wireless Power Transfer

Omer Onar – Oak Ridge National Labs

 

Challenges and Solutions of WBG based Power Electronics for Vehicle Electrification

Lihua Chen – Ford Motor Company & Jin Wang – Ohio State University

 

Aircraft Transportation Electrification Eco-System and Technologies

Rodger Dyson – NASA

 

Stray Current in Rail Transit: History, Challenges and Opportunities

Xiaofeng Yang – Beijing Jiaotong University

 

Calibrating Optimal IPMSM Torque Control with Flux-Weakening Using Model-Based Calibration

Dakai Hu – Mathworks

 

How to Be Mobile with GaN Power Technology

John Glaser – Efficient Power Conversion

 

Battery Chargers, Highly Efficient and Compact Converters, Multi-objective Optimizations

Holger Fink – BRUSA Electronik AG

 

EMC Designs and Considerations for Electric Vehicles (EVs)

Michele Liu – Tesla

 

Industry Panels:


Power Electronics in Electrified Aerospace Applications

 

Power Electronics in Electrified Automotive Applications

 

Commercial Vehicle Electrification

 

Battery Management Challenges in Transportation Electrification

 

Transportation Electrification: Policy, Infrastructure and Grid Impacts

 

EV Motor Designs

 

Virtual Prototyping and Virtual Design

 

Extreme Fast Charging

 

 

 

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