EVS36 — 36th Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exposition
Lecture Sessions

7B - Charging and Battery Performance

Wednesday, June 14, 2023

8:00 am - 9:30 am

Ballroom B4

8:00 am-8:20 am

Effects of bi-directional charging on the energy and range of a 2018 model year battery electric vehicle

Aaron Loiselle-Lapointe
Environment and Climate Change Canada

Aaron Loiselle-Lapointe has more than 10 years of experience testing electric mobility technologies in-use, on chassis dynamometers and for certification auditing. Aaron's research focusses on the effects of operating conditions on electric mobility performance and degradation. Previous to this, Aaron conducted in-use emission and fuel consumption tests on marine and locomotive engines. Aaron has a Masters of Applied Science degree in Environmental Engineering and a Bachelor’s of Engineering degree in Aerospace Engineering.

8:20 am-8:40 am

Electrical protection systems for grid forming electric vehicles in island grids

Simon Haverkamp
umlaut energy GmbH

Simon Haverkamp studied electrical engineering at RWTH Aachen University in Germany. Since 2014 he is working at umlaut Part of Accenture Industry X. He is managing a team responsible for technical topics related to charging infrastructure.

8:40 am-9:00 am

Analysis of charging and discharging of electric vehicles

Jéssica Santos Döhler
Uppsala University

Jéssica Santos Döhler is a PhD student in electrical engineering at Uppsala University, focusing her research on static converters for interface with the electrical grid and integration of renewable energy sources into the electrical power system. In 2020 she received a M.Sc. Degree in electronic systems. She is currently involved in projects revolving microgrids.