Annual Conference 2015

On 26 and 27 August 2015 the 2nd SCCER Mobility Annual Conference took place at ETH Zürich with more than 120 participants from academia and industry.

Panel discussion
Topics discussed at the workshop
Participants Conference

Overview and Selected Topics from the Capacity Areas

Welcome and Introduction
Prof. Konstantinos Boulouchos, ETH Zürich, Head SCCER Mobility

Systems and Components for E-Mobility (A1)
Prof. Andrea Vezzini, BFH TI Biel, Deputy Head SCCER Mobility

Chemical Energy Converters (A2)
Christian Bach, EMPA

Minimization of vehicular energy demand (A3)
Prof. P. Ermanni, ETH Zürich

Integration, Operation and Optimization o Mobility Systems (B1)
Prof. Vinzenz Härri, HSLU Luzern

Integrated Assessment of Mobility Systems (B2)
Dr. Stefan Hirschberg, PSI

Mobility 2050: National and International Perspectives

Individualized support for your business
André Droux, CTI Head Innovation Mentor

From around the World with Zero-emisions to E-Mobility Think-tank
Tobias Wülser, Co-founder and CEO of Designwerk GmbH, Fehraltorf

The EU White Paper on Transport: The Vision and How to Get There
Dr. Ralf Brand, TRANSFORuM Project Coordinator, Ruprecht Consult, Cologne

Mobility 2050 in Switzerland:

Importance of Regulatory Measures and Institutional Support to Innovative Solutions
Christoph Schreyer, Federal Office of Energy BFE

Swiss Transport Perspectives 2040: Work in Progress
Dr. Nicole Mathys,Federal Office for Spatial Development ARE

Vision und Strategy Implementation of the Federal Office of Transports
Dr. Markus Liechti, Federal Office of Transport BAV

Mobility in Switzerland 2050: Challenges for the Federal Roads Office
Daniel Kilcher, Federal Roads Office ASTRA

Poster List
A1 E-Mobility:
01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 42
A2 Chemical Energy Converters:
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19
A3 Minimization of Vehicular Energy Demand:
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27
B1 Integration and Optimization:
28 29 30 31 32 40
B2 Integrated Assessment of Mobility Systems
33 34 35 36 37 38 39 41

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