Call For Presentations

Abstract submission is now closed.

Abstract Guidelines

Abstract Notification
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

Presentation Formats
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.

Session Topics
Abstracts for panel presentations can be submitted in one of the following session topic areas which includes:

  1. Perspectives from Vehicle OEMs on the Future of Wireless and Other Novel Methods of Power Transfer and the Long-Term Viability of Electric Roadways.
  2. Updates from Technology Providers and Tier 1 Suppliers: Recent Advances in Wireless Charging Systems and the Role of Emerging Standards
  3. A Review of System-Level Studies and Models Exploring the Energy, Environmental and Economic Benefits of Electrified Roadways
  4. Advances in In-Motion (Dynamic) Inductive Wireless Charging Research and Demonstration
  5. Emerging Non-Inductive Approaches to Charging of Stationary and Moving Vehicles (Catenary, Slide-in Electric Road System, Capacitive Wireless Power Transfer, etc.)
  6. In-Motion Charging and Automated/Connected Vehicles - Synergetic Potential
  7. Aggregated Potential of EVs: Impacts on the Electric Grid, EVSE Infrastructure, and Vehicle Energy Management Systems
  8. National/International Collaboration on Electric Roadways and In-Motion Charging: Issues and Opportunities
  9. 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.