The first IEEE International Electric Vehicle Conference (IEVC) will facilitate the exchange of information on new global trends in technology, engineering, standards and deployment aspects among academic and industrial thought leaders of the fast-growing electric mobility ecosystem via a unique cross-organizational platform. IEVC is an international venue for those with an interest in the transformation of the transportation industry via electrification, including electrical vehicle designers, component and infrastructure system developers, manufacturers, utility experts, corporate executives, technical analysts, researchers, educators, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, legislators, regulators and standardization experts.

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Whether you would like to do a news story, conference preview or an in-depth exploration of a particular technology, please contact one of us for the additional information or interview opportunities.

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2012 IEEE IEVC Paper Abstracts

Abstracts of selected papers presented at the 2012 IEVC conference have been made available to journalists. Each one-page abstract contains a description of the paper, as well as the authors' affiliation and contact information; and may be downloaded for the purpose of writing news stories about the conference. They are arranged by topic areas as described in the draft advance program, also posted on this website.

Copies of the full conference proceedings will be available approximately 6 weeks after the close of the conference (mid-April). Please contact us if you have any questions.

PT1_EV Infrastructure/International View

PT2_EV Global Standards

PT3_EV Systems Architecture

PT4_EV Infrastructure

PT5_EV Component & Energy Storage Technologies

PT6_EV Mobility

PT8_EV Power Electronics

PT9_EV Systems Modeling, Simulation & Testing