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ARCHI Applied Research on Charging Infrastructure

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Welcome on the 2nd Symposium Applied Research on Charging Infrastructure – ARCHI-2018, which is planned on February 8th, 2017 at 9.30-18.00 hrs

Location: Delft University of Technology

Why this symposium?

  1. To present key research findings of different research institutes in the  field of charging infrastructure for electric vehicles
  2. To bring together leading researchers and practitioners from the     industry.
  3. To provide an overview of established knowledge and identify knowledge gaps.
  4. To provide a platform for researchers to present their research to academic peers, industry experts and practitioners
  5. To contribute to innovative practices on the crossroads of research and practice

 The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences[i] RvdH1] (AUAS), Delft University of Technology (DUT)[RvdH2] UT), Dutch INCERT1 and NKL2 cordially invites researchers, academics, applied researchers and practitioners to the second executive symposium about Applied Research on Charging Infrastructure (ARCHI).

The market for electric vehicles is growing fast. Market segments varying from personal transport, taxis, city logistics to public transport are shifting towards electrification of their fleet. Battery development drive down costs and increase the range of electric vehicles, while smart grids facilitate a more seamless integration of electric vehicles in electricity grid.

Developing and planning appropriate charging infrastructure is increasingly the big challenge for the large uptake of electric vehicles. Rapid developments in charging technology such (ultra)fast charging and inductive charging may very well change the way we charge our electric vehicles in the future. In parallel developments with smart charging and connections to the energy markets are likely to relieve impact on the energy system while adding revenue streams for electric vehicle drivers.

ARCHI is organized to provide a platform to discuss the challenges around future charging infrastructure. It aims to bridge cutting edge research from researchers and concerns and challenges that practitioners in the field are faced with regarding the roll out of charging infrastructure. The first ARCHI symposium brought together 100+ key researchers and practitioners active in the field of charging infrastructure (see magazine on impressions of ARCHI-2017).

ARCHI-2018 will build on the elements of ARCHI-2017 and extend the programme in the following ways:

  • parallel sessions with tracks on to be selected topics
  • increase international character with international speakers
  • actively facilitate connections between researchers and practitioners

Save the date!

Reserve February 8th 2018 in your calendar, more information about the program, call for abstracts and speakers will follow soon. Let us know if you are interested and please send an to info@nklnederland.nl

Organizing partners:

The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) consists of seven faculties, has a total of 46,000 students and offers 80 bachelor and master programmes. Research programmes of the AUAS is applied in nature, considering the Amsterdam region as its living la and is carried out in close cooperation with professional partners. E-mobility research is carried out witjin the Urban Technology research programme.


Best regards,

The organization committee



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