EVS36 — 36th Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exposition
Dialogue Sessions

Dialogue with the Experts - Session B - Screen 08

Tuesday, June 13, 2023

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Hall C

2:00 pm-2:15 pm

One charging station is not the other: spatial-temporal analysis of public charging stations

Simon Weekx
Vrije Universiteit Brussel – MOBI

Simon Weekx graduated in 2020 with a Master of Science in Business Engineering in Management Information Systems from the University of Antwerp. Currently, he is a PhD researcher at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel at the research group Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology (MOBI), under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Lieselot Vanhaverbeke. His research focuses on the data-driven planning of electric vehicle charging infrastructure in urban areas.

2:18 pm-2:33 pm

Importance of interoperability for a seamless EV charging experience

Lukas Schriewer
P3 Group

Lukas Schriewer leads the Charging Technology team at P3 Group. For more than 8 years he has gained in-depth expertise in the areas of product development for charging hardware and software solutions, interoperability testing of charging infrastructure (EV – EVSE – Backend) and operational excellence for network operators. During this period he worked with automotive OEMs, HW manufacturers, CPOs, MSPs and utility companies. His daily work also focuses on the design of technology roadmaps, the development of smart operation models and the strategic supplier evaluation for charging infrastructure products and services. Before joining P3, he has studied industrial engineering at RWTH Aachen University and Polytechnic University of Turin.

2:36 pm-2:51 pm

Reducing costs, speeding deployment, and increasing quality of EV charging installations

Alex Stonich
Shoals Technologies Group
United States

Alex Stonich is the eMobility Regional Sales Manager for Shoals Technologies Group. He has spent most of his career on numerous sales teams within the Solar Industry pushing disruptive products that challenge traditional installation methods. In early 2022, Alex entered the eMobilty space with Shoals to continue to do what Shoals does best, provide time and labor-saving solutions to large scale deployments.

2:54 pm-3:09 pm

Motion control system development of serial hybrid electric tracked vehicles

Dersu Çeliksöz
FNSS Defence Systems Inc.

Dersu Çeliksöz has Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Degree from Middle East Technical University since 2021. He is working as Control System Design Engineer on E-Mobility Design Solutions Unit at FNSS Defense Systems Inc. since September, 2021. Also, he is studying Mechanical Engineering Master of Science Program at Middle East Technical University since January, 2022.

3:12 pm-3:27 pm

Battery sizing & EV mode PMU algorithm in military armored hybrid electrical vehicles

Göktuğ Burak Çalık