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THE LEADING EVENT FOR THE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING COMMUNITY

Call for Papers

 

 Call for Papers deadline: Friday 13th January 2023

After the success for CWIEME Berlin 2022, we are delighted to announce the call for papers for CWIEME Berlin 2023 is now open!  

CWIEME Berlin is the place where engineers, purchase managers and CEO's spark conversations and find the components, raw materials, and process machinery to produce the next generation of electric cars, household appliances, beauty technology up to delivery drones - to name but few! Bringing together all elements of the global coil winding, transformer, electric motor, generator and e-mobility supply chain for valuable networking and insightful information sharing amongst your customers, colleagues and peers – CWIEME Berlin is the place to be in May 2023!

To ensure the content at our events is of the highest standard and informed, by the industry, for the industry, CWIEME has appointed an Advisory Board consisting of well-respected and highly knowledgeable individuals who provide valuable industry insight and advice, supporting the on-going development and growth of CWIEME global events.

Our aim is to have representation from across the supply chain on our boards, which we feel is key to ensuring we cover the depth and breadth of issues and opportunities facing the industry.

Our current CWIEME Advisory Board members are:

  • Christian Kehrer,Business Development Director, Altair
  • Christoph Donker, Director EMEA Marketing, Altair
  • Dr. Jari Hyvönen,Senior Project Manager PPE Powertrain, Audi
  • Javiera McGuiggan, Assistant Vice President, Global Business Leader, Cargill
  • Chris Gerber,CEO & Board Member- Founder and Managing Partner, Genesiss Consulting
  • Claudio Vittori,Senior Technical Research Analyst – Powertrain & E-Mobility Component Research, S&P Global Mobility
  • Henry Stienen,CEO JL Mag Europe
  • Jurre Stienen,Strategic Account Manager, JL Mag Europe
  • Giampiero Pari, Member of the Board, Marsilli Automation Technology
  • Hassan Zaheer,Chief Commercial Officer (CCO), Power Technology Research
  • Saqib Saeed,Chief Researcher Officer, Power Technology Research
  • Konstantinos Laskaris,Principal Motor Designer, Tesla
  • Raf Schuermans, Technical Senior Manager- Advanced Powertrain, Toyota
  • Mladen Banovic,Editor-in-Chief, Transformer Magazine
  • Ales Bertuzzi,Owner, Transformer Process
  • Elizabeth Donnelly,FRSA, MRAeS MINCOSE, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), WES (Women’s Engineering Society)
  • Dr. Ranran Lin, Global Category Manager for Insulation Materials, Permanent Magnets, and Cables. Supply Chain Management. Large Motors and Generators & IEC LV Motors, ABB

You are now invited to submit one or two original papers for this conference for acceptance by the panel. Acceptance criteria will be on relevance and innovation, and we welcome real life, case studies.

At this stage, the only requirements are a working title, subject area, and brief description of the proposed content (typically a 200| 400-word abstract).

In order to meet the conference-planning timetable and to ensure submission to the Advisory Board, please submit your proposal by Friday 13th January 2023 - please email your abstract either to Victoria Pope or to Alexandra da Fonte Martins

Important notice: Supplier company presenters of the accepted papers will be subject to registration fees as outlined by CWIEME.

We look forward to hearing from you and to receiving your abstracts shortly.

MAIN FOCUS THEMES 2023

MARKET OVERVIEW & INDUSTRY TRENDS

  • Geo-Political Risks and & Overseas Competition
  • Electrical Steel Market: Drivers, Challenges, and Opportunities
  • Supply of Electrical Steel (GO &NGO) and Market Drivers
  • Demand and Capacity for EV Grade NGO
  • Industry Sustainability Challenges

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION IN THE INDUSTRY

  • Inspirational Stories| Case Studies from Industry Leaders
  • Insights into What a More Diverse Workforce Can Mean for Your Organisation
  • Development and Implementation of New Initiatives Promoting a More Inclusive Sector

TRANSFORMERS MARKET TRENDS & INNOVATIONS

  • Transformer Market Sizing and Growth 
  • Forecast the Infrastructure Developments: Globally and Regionally
  • Eco Design Transformers: European Commission Requirements
  • How can Transformers improve the grid? Renewable energy and smart grid
  • New Technologies, Components and Service Digitalisation
  • Innovation of Transformer Oils: Gas to Liquid Technologies
  • Higher Sustainability with Lower Losses and Use of Recycle and Renewable Materials

MATERIAL INNOVATION & ADVANCEMENTS  - MAGNETS&TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS

  • Hight Tech Adhesives
  • Techniques to Produce a Constantly Better Grain Oriented Electrical Steel
  • Recycling of Rare Earth (re) Permanent Magnets (Based on Nd- Fe- B)
  • NdFeB /SmCo Dual Material Design for Cost Reduction and Secure Supply
  • Resins Capability to Offer Protection Against High Temperatures
  • Magnet Bonding Rotor Success Stories
  • New Magnet Wire, New Products at High Performance and Carbon Neutral

MOTOR & DRIVE SYSTEMS

  • High– Efficiency Motor Drive Architecture
  • Adjustable Speed Drives Part Load Efficiency
  • Apply Magnetic Sensors into Specialty Motors
  • Insulation Technologies Development and Innovation 
  • Innovative cooling/ heating architectures
  • Bonding & Accelerating Technologies 
  • BEV & FCEV Drivetrain (e-axles i.e 400V/ 800 V/48V)
  • E- Drive Transmission Concepts (Lay -Shaft & Coaxial| Single and Multi- Speed Transmissions| High- Speed Transmissions)
  • Electric Motors:
    • Axial Flux, Radial Flux Machines
    • Motor Winding Technologies
    • Automotive Simulation Models (ASM)
    • Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors (PSM)
    • Externally Excited Synchronous Electric Motor (EESM)
  • Power Electronics:
    • Si/SiC Inverters
    • Integrated Power Electronics
  • Fuel Cell Propulsion Technology:
    • Rotor/Stator technology and supply chain

INDUSTRY 4.0’s: KEY TECHNOLOGIES & CASE STUDIES

  • Practical Applications of Autonomous Robotics
  • Digital Manufacturing
  • Simulation Tools
  • Virtual, Mixed and Augmented Reality
  • Data Integration from Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Application of Industrial Internet of Things (Iot)
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) And Data- Driven Innovation

E- MOBILITY: ECONOMIC TRENDS, STRATEGIES & INDUSTRY OVERVIEW 

  • Insights into the Transformation Towards New Mobility Solutions: Strategies and Scenarios
  • Specific Government Policies and Regulations Promoting E- Mobility
  • Regulatory Impacts Carbon Footprint and Life-Cycle Assessment
  • Challenges for the Sector and How the Industry is Coping with all the Changing Requirements 
  • Driveline Technologies of Hybrid and Fully Electric Vehicles
  • Incentive programs available around electric vehicles and charging infrastructure

CLIMATE CHANGE: ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS REGARDING EMISSIONS

  • European Green Deal Fit For 55 Legislation Package and its Commitment to Reduce Net Greenhouse Gas Emissions by At Least 55 Per Cent By 2030 
  • Fit For 55 Legislation PackageMeans for the Industry and to Europe, Become the First Climate- Neutral Continent by 2050 
  • Roll- Out Plans and Evaluate the Challenges and Opportunities: TheAlternative Fuel Infrastructure Directive(Afid) In the EU and Other Governments 
  • How Decarbonisation and Emission Regulations are Changing the Powertrain Market. Delivering a Carbon Neutral Future:
    • Changes to the Powertrain Regarding its Main Components and Systems
    • Balance Between Innovation and Sustainability.
    • Successful Electrification Strategies
    • Suppliers' Strategies in Response to a Shifting Component Market
    • Strategies Followed by OEMs

SPECIAL VEHICLES ELECTRIFICATION 

  • Global Initiatives Accelerating the Transition Towards Electric Bus and Truck Adoption 
  • Impact of Electrification in Transport Sector by Private and Public Entity Carbon-Neutrality Targets 

COMPONENT INNOVATIONS: PERFORMANCE, DESIGN AND SUSTAINABILITY 

  • Technologies to Improve Thermal Conductivity and Reduce the Overall E-Motor Temperature
  • Laser Methods to Support E- Mobility
  • Hairpin Technologies for Traction Motors at Electric Vehicles
  • Technologies Rare Earth- Free for E- Mobility Motors
  • Motor Optimisation and Advanced Powertrain Technologies
  • Permanent Magnet Rotor Temperature Measurement for E- Motors 
  • Special Alloys for E- Mobility

CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE 

  • Policy Instruments Promoting Charging Infrastructure
  • Market Energy Mix and Infrastructure: Electricity Generation
  • Charging Infrastructure Technologies
  • Emerging trend on vehicle-side technology impacting infrastructure business
  • Roadblocks of infrastructure deployment
  • Operational Change Impacts
  • Hydrogen Fuelling Stations (HFS): Technologies, Distribution & Business Models
  • Green Hydrogen
  • E-Fuels: Production, Efficiency, and Cost

BATTERY MARKET: CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES 

  • Battery Market Overview and The Role of Batteries in The Transaction to Electric Mobility
  • Battery Lifetime, Recycling and Second Life
  • Battery Raw Materials: Availability, Costs & Sustainability Concerns 
  • Energy Storage & Battery Technologies:
    • Cell Chemistries & Cell Formats
    • Battery Cooling and Safety
    • Battery Management
  • Fast- Charging Technologies & Inductive Charging
  • Batteries Standardisation

THERMAL DOMAIN: NEW CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITY WITH ELECTRIFICATION 

  • WLTP Vs Real vehicle range
  • the challenge of BEV comfort
  • Emission norms, the future of ICE and impact on thermal supply
  • Smart heat pumps and integrated thermal modules: increased complexity, reduced packaging
  • fuel cell thermal components.
  • Fluid Demand