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IEEE VPPC 2010 presentation

IEEE VPPC 2010 presentation. Prof. A. Bouscayrol Prof. D. Hissel Dr. R. Trigui. IEEE ( Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). non-profit organization on electrical engineering / 38 societies 375,000 members (including 80,000 student members) / 160 countries

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IEEE VPPC 2010 presentation

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  1. IEEE VPPC 2010 presentation Prof. A. Bouscayrol Prof. D. Hissel Dr. R. Trigui

  2. IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) • non-profit organization on electrical engineering / 38 societies • 375,000 members (including 80,000 student members) / 160 countries • 1,300 standards / 144 transactions, journals and magazines • 1.7 million documents (Xplore, digital Library) • sponsors more than 850 conferences annually • Vehicular Technology Society (VTS) : • land, airborne and maritime mobile services • communications services • vehicular electrotechnology, equipment and systems…. • Power Electronics Society (PELS): • power electronics applications (including transportation systems), • electronic devices, magnetic components • control and regulation (including control of electric drives) …. http://www.ieee.org/

  3. VPPC History • IEEE Vehicle Power Propulsion Conference • IEEE VTC: focus on communication technology • VPP Conference (Paris, Sept. 2004, T. M. Guerra, 100 attendees) • VPPC’05 (Chicago, Sept. 2005, A. Emadi) • VPPC’06 (Windsor, UK, Sept. 2006, J. Economou, 120 attendees) • VPPC’07 (Dallas-Arlington, USA, Sept. 2007, B. Fahimi, 150 attendees) • VPPC’08 (Harbin, China, Sept. 2008, CC Chan, 350 attendees) • VPPC’09 (Detroit-Dearborn, USA, Sept. 2009, C. Mi, 400 attendees) • VPPC’2010 (Lille, France, Sept. 2010, A. Bouscayrol ) • VPPC’2011 (Chicago, Sept. 2010, A. Emadi) • VPPC’2012 (Seoul) • VPPC’2013 (Montreal)

  4. VPPC topics & applications Topics Applications • Advanced vehicles • Vehicular electric systems • Vehicular power electronics • Vehicle motor drives • Energy storage systems • Vehicle modeling and analysis • Vehicle dynamics and control • Electric Vehicles • Hybrid Electric Vehicles • Fuel Cell Vehicles • but also • more efficient subways and trains • more electric aircrafts • more electric propulsion ships • other new vehicles special section VPPC’2010 in IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology Scientific and technical forum papers Keynotes /Tutorial / Exhibits… VPPC papers can be submitted to IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology or IEEE transactions on Power Electronics http://www.vppc2010.com/

  5. The conference VPPC 2010 Tuesday Aug. 31: Registration / Tutorials WednesdaySept. 1: Keynotes / lectures / dialogue sessions Welcome Party ThursdaySept. 2: Keynotes / lectures / dialogue sessions Gala Diner Friday Sept. 3: Keynotes / lectures / Technical tours Saturday Sept. 4: “Braderie de Lille” Sunday Sept. 2: great annual flea market over 1 million visitors every year

  6. The conference (past event) “Braderie de Lille” – September 4 – 5 (the biggest flea market in Europe) Professional tradesmen set up stands on the streets and the citizens of Lille sale or exchange their unwanted possessions throughout Lille. more than 1 M visitors! Part of the celebration is eating moules-frites - mussels and chips -, with a pint of beer.

  7. London Amsterdam Cologne Lille 1h20 Brussels 0h35 1h 0h50 TGV (railway) Paris airport Lille, Northern France at the crossroad of Paris, London and Brussels Direct Access from CDG Paris Airport (less than 1h, 22 TGVs daily) • London • 10 Eurostar daily • Brussels • 14 TGVs daily • Paris • 26 TGVs daily • Lille airport • 70 destinations France

  8. Lille & industry Northern France Premier region for the railway industry Siemens TS (Lille) Alstom (Valenciennes) Bombardier (Crépin)… “international cluster on transportation systems” i-Trans 2nd most important region for the automotive industry Renault (Douai) Toyota (Valenciennes) Valéo (Etaples) … Lille and its suburbs More than 1.5 million inhabitants 1/3 under the age of 25 (4th largest city in France) 4 Universities / 18 graduate schools more than 150,000 students

  9. Lille & Culture • Elected European Capital of Culture in 2004 • Fine Arts Museum, • (2nd most important museum after the Louvre) • Museum of Art and Industry (Roubaix) • (located in a vintage art-deco bath room) • National Orchestra of Lille • (director: JC Casadesus) • Lille Opera House • and also • 20 museums, 11 theatres, • 16 orchestras, • numerous concert rooms, • Lille 3000 festival events…

  10. LTE LTN MEGEVH network Lille LAMIH Valenciennes (Energy management of Hybrid Electric Vehicles) Paris 6 projects 6 PhDs in progress 4 PhDs defended 7 industrial partners 10 academic Labs Belfort Lyon Bordeaux Laplace Toulouse http://l2ep.univ-lille1.fr/megevh.htm

  11. Chair and co-chairs General Chair Prof. Alain BOUSCAYROL University of Lille, L2EP Coordinator of MEGEVH, national research network for Hybrid Vehicles Co-Chairs Prof. Daniel HISSEL University of Franche Comté, FEMTO-ST Member of the scientific committee of MEGEVH President of the IEEE VTS French Chapter Dr. Rochdi TRIGUI INRETS, LTE Member of the scientific committee of MEGEVH Honorary-Chair Prof. C. C. Chan University of Hong-Kong, Harbin Institute of Technology Fellow IEEE, President, World Electric Vehicle Association and Electric Vehicle Association of Asia Pacific and a very motivated team from the MEGEVH network!

  12. Conference centre “Lille Grand Palais”, Lille Downtown • “ Lille Europe “ railway station: 5 min on foot • “ Lille Flandres “ railway station: 5 min on foot • Lille Airport: 5 min by taxis, 15 min by shuttle bus • Lille subway: 3 min on foot • Hotels, downtown, 5 to 15 min on foot a pleasant and practical location http://www.lillegrandpalais.com/

  13. Lille downtown In the heart of the historical centre Hotels (2,000 rooms) Railway stations 5 min on foot Conference Centre Lille downtown

  14. All the VPPC’2010 team will welcome you for a valuable scientific and friendship conference with benefits of French culture in a Carbon Care Philosophy!

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