The Monthly Newsletter of the IEEE Vehicular Technology Society—October 2017

 

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About the Conference

The 2017 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC) will be held in Belfort, France, under a shared organization between FEMTO-ST CNRS Institute, FCLAB CNRS Research Federation, University of Franche-Comte and University of Technology Belfort-Montbéliard and IEEE Vehicular Technology Society.

The conference aims to provide a forum for sharing knowledge, experience and creative ideas in vehicle power and propulsion. It will include keynote papers by authoritative speakers, technical sessions, tutorial sessions, poster sessions, special and invited sessions, and exhibitions. 

Regular tracks will be devoted to

  • Energy Storage and Generation, Components and Systems
  • Power Electronics, Motor Drives and Electric Power Systems
  • Vehicular Electronics and Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Control and Energy Management of Transportation Systems
  • Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Transportation Systems
  • Charging Systems and Infrastructures
  • Hydrogen Refueling Infrastructures and Fuel Cell Vehicles

A Carbon Care Philosophy

Moreover, VPPC 2017 will be organized in a carbon care philosophy. Indeed, the CO2 emissions associated with the travel of attendees will be compensated by funding carbon reduction projects.

Venue

VPPC 2017 will be held at Atria Novotel Congress Center in Belfort, France. Belfort is a beautiful city in northeastern France in the Burgundy - Franche-Comte region, situated between Lyon and Strasbourg. It is located on the Savoureuse river, on the strategically important natural route between the Rhine and the Rhône, close to the Vosges mountains. Belfort is the hometown of Alstom company where the first TGVs (High Speed Trains) were produced, as well as being the GE Energy European headquarter and a center of excellence for the manufacturing of gas turbines.

More Information, Registration and Paper Submission (STILL OPEN)

More than 200 papers have already been accepted for presentation during the conference. Nevertheless, recent results can still be submitted until 30 October 2017, through “Recent result tracks” on the conference website.

For registration and getting informed, see the conference website: http://www.vppc2017.org



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Abbas Jamalipour

 
 
 
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