Call For Presentations
Contributors will be notified about whether the abstract has been accepted by February 19, 2016. (If you have not received notification by February 19 please contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
Abstracts for the 2016 CERV Conference will be considered for a panel presentation. Each panelist will receive 15-20 minutes to present and will then participate in a Q&A session.
Abstracts for panel presentations can be submitted in one of the following session topic areas which includes:
- Perspectives from Vehicle OEMs on the Future of Wireless and Other Novel Methods of Power Transfer and the Long-Term Viability of Electric Roadways.
- Updates from Technology Providers and Tier 1 Suppliers: Recent Advances in Wireless Charging Systems and the Role of Emerging Standards
- A Review of System-Level Studies and Models Exploring the Energy, Environmental and Economic Benefits of Electrified Roadways
- Advances in In-Motion (Dynamic) Inductive Wireless Charging Research and Demonstration
- Emerging Non-Inductive Approaches to Charging of Stationary and Moving Vehicles (Catenary, Slide-in Electric Road System, Capacitive Wireless Power Transfer, etc.)
- In-Motion Charging and Automated/Connected Vehicles - Synergetic Potential
- Aggregated Potential of EVs: Impacts on the Electric Grid, EVSE Infrastructure, and Vehicle Energy Management Systems
- National/International Collaboration on Electric Roadways and In-Motion Charging: Issues and Opportunities
- Other relevant topic area
Each submission should include a 150 word abstract as well as learning objectives and presenter biography. All abstracts must be in English. Presenters must register for the CERV Conference.