EVS36 — 36th Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exposition
Lecture Sessions

4A - Standardization Strategies

Tuesday, June 13, 2023

9:45 am - 11:15 am

Ballroom B3

9:45 am-10:01 am

Standardizing V2G: A critical factor in decarbonization

James Mater
QualityLogic, Inc
United States

James is one of the industry-leading experts on smart grid standards, interoperability, and the maturity of eco-systems of products based on these standards. James has given dozens of presentations and authored multiple papers on interoperability in the smart grid. He is a member of IEEE 2030.5 WG, the IEEE 1547.1 and 1547.2 Work Groups, UL 1741 SC, SunSpec J3072 Profile, OpenADR Profile WG and more. He is currently Co-Founder and Director of Strategy for QualityLogic’s Smart Grid Business and gives workshops and presentations on EV Communications standards

10:01 am-10:17 am

OCPP interoperability: Democratized future of charging

Silke Kirchner
Webasto Charging Systems, Inc.
United States

Silke Kirchner received her Ph.D. in Physics with a focus on Nanophotonics at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich, Germany. She became a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Rice University in Houston, Texas and the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in Pasadena, California, where she was part of the Joint Center for Artificial Photosynthesis (JCAP) and devoted her research to Nanophotonics for a Closed Carbon Cycle. As of 2018 Silke is a Product Manager for Digital Solutions in the Automotive Industry. She has taken active part in several automotive standardization forums, such as the International Committee for Display Metrology (ICDM) and the German Flat Panel Forum (DFF) to help define OEM specifications for the quality control of display solutions in the automotive interior.

10:17 am-10:33 am

CHAdeMO EPAC Project: DC charging standard for Electrically Power Assisted Cycles (EPACs)

Daisuke Takahashi
CHAdeMO organizaion

Daisuke Takahashi is the project leader of EPAC Working-Group in CHAdeMO Association. He is the chief researcher of Takahashi eBike Laboratory LLC, after +20 years’ experience in EPAC industry at Bosch eBike system & Yamaha Motor Corporation. He is specialized in product safety and standardiation related to EPAC and led the development of ISO/TS 4210-10 as the project leader.

10:33 am-10:49 am

Forecasting flexibility of charging of electric vehicles: Tree and cluster-based methods

Evgenii Genov
Vrije Universiteit Brussel – MOBI

Evgenii Genov is a PhD researcher at the EVERGI group. He studies the applications of deep learning to energy forecasting. Evgenii has obtained a double MSc degree in energy engineering from KU Leuven and KTH, Stockholm. He completed his BSc at Utrecht University and majored in Physics and Mathematics.

10:49 am-11:05 am

The private charger --- local charging station management from different perspectives

Peter Van den Bossche
Vrije Universiteit Brussel – MOBI

Peter Van den Bossche, civil mechanical-electrotechnical engineer, promoted in Engineering Sciences from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel on the PhD thesis ”The Electric vehicle, raising the standards”. He is currently lecturer at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Since more than 15 years he is active in several international standardization committees, currently acting as Secretary of IEC TC69.