12 keynote speakers are planned around key topics related to Electrification, Sustainability, Aerospace, and much more.
Board Member, Advisor of several Tech-Companies
Head of Global Energy Services, ENEL X e-Mobility
Ascent Aerosystems and Vertical Aerospace
Advisor, C-exec, Board Member
Hybrid Electric Systems Lead for GE Aviation
William Clay Ford Professor of Technology, Professor Mechanical Engineering University of Michigan
Associate Administrator, NASA’s Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate
Senior Vice President of Engineering and Products at Cubic Transportation Systems.
Professor and Director of the China-US Clean Vehicle Joint Research Center at Tsinghua University
Senior Staff Engineer, Motor and Propulsion, Faraday Future
Executive Director, New Product and Service Introduction Pratt & Whitney Canada
Expert at the National Science Foundation & Professor, Illinois Institute of Technology
Town Hall Panels
This year at ITEC+EATS will host three town hall panels. Each panel will have six to eight highly positioned speakers in the industry. These panels are meant to be interactive and provide ample time for discussion between panelist and audience.
Power Electronics for Aerospace Workshop Series (PEASA)-High Voltage
The workshop aims to provide a forum for researchers, engineers, policy makers, and stakeholders to share latest developments of power electronics technologies for aerospace applications.
Industry panels bring together 4-5 experts around a specific topic. Each expert will give a short presentation followed by Q&A.
Six tutorials are planned for this year’s conference. 90 minutes of in depth coverage of a topic.
Design of Electrified Propulsion Aircraft
Advanced Battery Management Techniques: Advanced Adaptive Cell Modeling
Accelerating Battery Advances: From the Ground to the Air
Introduction to Sustainable Aviation
Capacitors for Aerospace Energy Storage and More
Thermal Loss Modeling for System-Level Simulations of Automotive Applications
Six short courses are planned for this year’s conference. 3 hours of in depth coverage of a topic.
and Fuel Cells for Aircraft Electrification
Powertrain Modeling: Degradation and Lifetime of Powertrain
Using Simulink for Battery Systems Development
eMachine Optimization: From Machine Parameters to Thermals and NVH
Software Defined Power Electronics
Machine Design: Traction Vs. Aircraft
These sessions are given by experts in the industry to address specific innovations and solutions in transportation electrification.
More than 300 digests have been submitted to the 2022 ITEC+EATS conference. The final, accepted papers will be presented in two poster sessions and twenty oral presentation sessions. The presentation sessions will cover areas including:
Electric Machines for Aerospace and Traction Applications
Vehicle Chargers: Wireless, Onboard and Fast
Aircraft and Vehicle Propulsion Systems
Energy Storage: State Estimation, Modeling, Design
Vehicle to Grid and Power Systems
Control of Motors, Power Electronics, and Vehicle Systems
Autonomous Vehicles, Smart Mobility, and Fault Diagnostics
Wide Bandgap Inverters and DC/DC Converters
Optimal Control of DC/DC Converters