Agenda at a Glance

Speakers

Eylül Callozzo

Project Engineer - Energy Storage Systems and Cell Testing at Aston Martin Lagonda

Dr. Eddie Cussen

Reader in Functional Materials. at The University of Sheffield

Dr. Stephen Lambert

Chair, AESIN; Head of Electrification at McLaren Applied

Angus Lyon

Director at Rockfort Engineering

Jacqui Murray

Deputy Challenge Director – Faraday Battery Challenge at Innovate UK at Innovate UK, part of UKRI

Manos Poulioudis

Director - Electric Powertrain Technology at Talos Electromobility

Dr. Wasim Sarwar

Head of Research & Advanced Engineering at Rimac Automobili

David Thackray

Marketing Director at Tevva

Prof. Pam Thomas

Chief Executive Officer at Faraday Institution

Wednesday 29th June, 2022


9.20 am -
10.20 am

Keynote: Leaders in Conversation: What are the Key Factors for Success on the International Battery Stage and How Will the UK Compete?


10.30 am -
11.30 am

Keynote: Leaders in Conversation: Have the Pandemic and Ambitious Carbon Targets Changed the Outlook for EVs?


12.00 pm -
13.00 pm

Keynote: Leaders in Conversation: Are We Designing the Right Platforms for the Electric Vehicles of Today and Tomorrow?


Track 1: Prospects for Li-ion, Solid State and Beyond. BCS Theatre


Track 2: The Rapid Electrification of Non-Passenger Vehicles. VEX Theatre


14.00 pm -
15.00 pm

Solid State Powered Cars in 2024? When and How Will Remaining Barriers be Overcome?


14.00 pm -
15.00 pm

How Far Can We Futureproof the Transition to Zero Emission Technology for Medium to Heavy Duty Vehicles?


15.30 pm -
16.30 pm

Which Alternatives to Li-ion are Demonstrating the Most Commercial Promise?


15.30 pm -
16.30 pm

Meeting the Growing and Diverse Electrification Needs of Urban Fleets

Thursday 30th June, 2022


Track 1: Improving Battery Performance, Sustainability, Safety and Cost. BCS Theatre


Track 2: Accelerating EV Technology Development. VEX Theatre


9.20 am -
10.25 am

Tackling Second Life, Recycling and the Circular Economy.


9.20 am -
10.25 am

Developing the Skills and Investment Needed to Produce Competitive EV and Battery Technology


10.30 am -
11.35 am

Can Digital Tools Safely Increase the Speed and Reduce the Cost of Battery Development and Testing?


10.30 am -
11.35 am

Are We Doing Enough to Harness Cutting Edge Electric Design Technology?


12.00 pm -
13.00 pm

Going Further and Faster in Battery Innovation with New Regulatory Frameworks.


12.00 pm -
13.00 pm

Improving EV Performance and Efficiency with Power Electronics.


14.00 pm -
15.00 pm

Can We Achieve Ultra Fast Charging and Optimal Performance Conditions Using Better Thermal Management?


14.00 pm -
15.00 pm

Will We See One Type of E-Motor Architecture Dominate?


15.10 pm -
16.15 pm

Will Batteries Inevitably Get Bigger?


15.10 pm -
16.15 pm

Advancing Powertrain Innovation: Turnkey Solutions or Purpose Built Architecture?