CERC – Clean Vehicle Consortium Annual Meeting
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Come hear the latest in clean vehicle research from the leading investigators in the US and China. A plenary session with government and industry leaders will be followed by technical breakout sessions covering:
- Advanced Batteries and Energy Conversion
- Advanced Biofuels, Clean Combustion & Auxiliary Power Units
- Vehicle Electrification
- Lightweight Structures
- Vehicle-Grid Integration
- Energy Systems Analysis, Technology Roadmaps & Policies
Attendees to include representatives from: U.S. Department of Energy, Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology, participating universities, national labs and industry
Hosted by the University of Michigan Energy Institute and presented in conjunction with Argonne National Lab U.S.-China Electric Vehicle and Battery Technology Workshop
When: August 27 & 28, 2012 / download CERC flyer (PDF).
With Funding Provided by:
and by other industrial partners.
Technical Exchange and Research Conducted By:
and by other U.S. and Chinese partners.
Conference Registration - For Members Only
Monday, August 27th
Key Note Speaker: Pat Davis, DOE Vehicle Technologies Program Manager
Dr. Xinbao GAO, CTO, Wanxiang Group, New energy division
John Viera, Ford, Director, Sustainability & Vehicle Environmental Matters
Wei CAI, Jingjin, Vice Ph.D, Vice President
Tony Burrell, ANL-battery testing and recycling
Feng WU, BIT, Professor
Haoran Hu, Eaton Corporation, Chief Scientist
Jianqiu LI,THU, Professor
Technical Breakout Sessions
Project Poster Sessions
Dinner 6 - 8 pm: Lurie Reflecting Pool
Tuesday, August 28th
Technical Breakout Sessions Continued
Conference Wrap Up: 2012 progress & 2013 Goals
Full CERC-CVC Annual Meeting Agenda can be downloaded here: 2012 CERC-CVC Annual Meeting Agenda
The 2012 Annual CERC-CVC conference will be held in Ann Arbor at the University of Michigan. Near the heart of North American automotive development, the University’s North Campus Research Complex is only 25 miles from the Detroit Metropolitan Airport.
Building 18, North Campus Research Complex
2800 Plymouth Rd.
Ann Arbor MI, 48105
Conference accommodations have been arranged at the Holiday Inn of Ann Arbor on Plymouth Road, one mile from the North Campus Research Complex. Shuttle buses will be provided in the morning and evening for transportation to and from the conference. A special conference rate that includes breakfast has been negotiated for the attendees. These special room rates will be held until July 30, 2012.
Room choices with breakfast:
|Room Type||Room Rate ($ USD)|
|1 KING BED NONSMOKING||$109/night plus tax|
|2 DOUBLE BEDS NONSMOKING||$109/night plus tax|
From Detroit Airport: Hail taxi at airport ground transportation station. (30 Minutes)
Driving: NCRC Building 18 Map
From Campus: Campus Bus Routes to NCRC Building 18
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Telephone: 734 763-7401