EVS was born as an event for academics working on electromobility to discuss about and develop the technologies that would shape the future of this sector.
And for fifty years it has been doing exactly that! This was such a fruitful work that industry quickly got involved as it wanted to hear what the brightest minds in the sector had to say. Policymakers also joined in the event, as the discussion happening there have always been extremely helpful to set the best policy course for a future that is economically, environmentally and humanly sustainable.
EVS32, happening on the 19-22 May in Lyon, is no difference. We will be joined by world renown experts, such as Professor C.C. Chan and Professor Joeri Van Mierlo, who will present the state-of-the-art technologies.
The scientific program, composed of more than 150 lectures, will cover key topics such as the development of new battery technologies, the creation of new infrastructures for charging and the evolution of the market.
Just one example of a great session is the Open IEA HEV Taskforce 40 “Critical Raw Materials for Electric Vehicles” (CRM4EV) Workshop focusing on providing accurate, credible and up to date information on materials which are considered as (potentially) critical for a quick ramp up of electric vehicles sales.
The event will truly provide with a glimpse of the future – don’t miss out! Register today!