IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference to Discuss New Technology, Opportunities for Electrified Vehicles


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PISCATAWAY, NJ --July 7, 2014: IEEE, the world's largest professional organization advancing technology for humanity, today announced a Call for Papers for the IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference (IEVC) to be held 17-19 December 2014, at the Florence Congress Centre in central Italy. The IEEE IEVC serves the global engineering community as a leadership platform to identify market, technology and standardization opportunities for electrified vehicles and related infrastructure.

This three-day event presents a unique opportunity to contribute to an exchange and showcase of the latest ideas, innovations and strategic developments, such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and Automated Driving, and other applications throughout the transportation electrification ecosystem. The IEVC organizers are now accepting abstracts on the following topics:

EV communications, in-vehicle network, connected vehicles, autonomous vehicles, and platooning EV standards, policy, education, market, supply chain, and manufacturing Wireless charging, conductive charging and superfast charging EV mobility, eco-driving, fuel cell vehicles, hybrids, plug-ins, and energy production A complete list of the topics for submission can be found here: IEEE Topics. Abstract submissions for the IEEE IEVC close on 31 July 2014.

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