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In this section, you will find information to assist you with the planning and successful production of your 2004 EET paper

 

Paper guidelines

All 2004 EET papers will be published in electronic format on a CD-ROM. Papers will be searchable by keyword, author, title, category and session title, creating a powerful and useful reference tool for the Electric Drive field. Your efforts in writing these papers in the format described on this page are, therefore, essential. Below, you will find guidelines for file and graphics formats. Please follow these guidelines to ensure that your paper is produced accurately.

  • File Size and Format

The full paper should not exceed 12 pages (A4 format) and should not exceed 1.5 MB. If necessary, use compression software as WinZip (Windows) for transfer to decrease the file size of your document.
Papers should be prepared and saved in Microsoft Word 2000 or Word 97 or pdf file and should be e-mailed to 2004eet@apve.pt

  • Paper Template

For easy formatting, you can download a paper template, with more formatting specifications and type styles. By using this, all type styles and margins are set for you. Do not create any new styles within this template; simply replace your text with the text provided.

  • Graphics

All graphics must be inserted in the MS-Word document. Graphics, pictures and other non-text elements could increase unnecessarily the file size. To avoid this, graphics must be prepared at the right size and colour depth before including them into the final document. Take into account that colour graphics will be printed in black and white in most cases. Animations and/or moving pictures are prohibited. The use of JPG or GIF-format is the best solution to decrease the total size of your document.


 

Keywords

 

Absorbent Glass Mat
AC Motor
Accelerator Pedal
AC-DC
Air Conditioning
Airport
Algorithmic
Alternative Fuel
Aluminum Air
Auxiliary
AVERE
Battery
Battery Charge
Battery Charge Equalization
Battery Management
Battery Model
Battery Pack
Bicycle
Bike
Bi-polar
Boat
Braking
Brushless Motor
Bus
Calculation
California Air Resources Board
California Fuel Cell Partnership
Capacity
Car Car-Sharing
CARB (CA Air Resources Board)
Carbon Electrodes
Catalyst
Cell Uniformity
Cell Voltage
Charge Equalization
Charger
Charging
Chopper
City Traffic
Clutch
CNG
Cold Start
Commercial
Common Rail
Communication
Communication link
Component
Compressor
Conductive Ceramic Electrodes
Conductive Charger
Configuration
Contract
Control System
Controller
Converter
Cooler
Cooling
Cost
Current Density
CVT(continuous variable transmission)
Cycle Life
Data Acquisition
DC Motor
DC-AC
DC-DC
Demonstration
Department of Energy
Department of Transportation
Depth of Discharge
DI Bed
DI Water
Diagnosis
Diesel Engine
Diesel Hybrid
Discharge Rate Double-layer Capacitors
Drive
EDTA
Education
Efficiencies
Efficiency
Electric
Electric Brakes
Electric Drive
Electric Launch
Electric Personal Assistive Motor Device
Electric Power Steering
Electric Vehicle
Electrodes
Electrolyte
Electronic
EMC
Emissions
End Plates
Energy
Energy Consumption
Energy Density
Energy Recovery
Energy Source
Energy Storage
Enivronmental Protection Agency
Environment
EPACT (energy policy act)
EPAMD
Equivalent Series Resistance
EU (European Union)
EV (electric vehicle)
EVAAP
Fast Charge
Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard
Field Weakening
Finite Element Calculation
Fleet
Flooded Battery
Flow Field
Flywheel
FMVSS
Forklift
Fuel
Fuel Cell
Gas Transition
Gasoline Conversion
Gasoline Engine
Gear Golf Cars Goods Delivery
Graphite Plates
Gravimetric Density
Grid-connected
H2 Cylinder
H2 Production
H2 Storage
Heat Exchanger
Heat Pump
Heavy Duty
HEV (hybrid electric vehicle)
Human transporters Humidification Hybrid
Hybrid Strategy
Hydrogen
Hydrogen Storage
IC Engine (ICE)
Incentive
Induction motor
Inductive Charger
Industrial
Industrial
Infrastructure
Instrumentation
Intelligent
Internal Resistance
Inverter
JARI
JEVA
L-A
Laboratory
Laws
Lead-acid Battery
Leasing
LEV
Li-Ion
Liquid hydrogen
Lithium Metal
Lithium Polymer
Lithium-Ion battery
Load Management
Low Emission Vehicle
Low Speed Electric Vehicle
Low Storage
LSV
Maintenance
Mandate
Market
Marketing
Material Handling
Materials
MEA
Medium Duty
Membrane
Metal Oxide Electrodes
Methanol
Methanol Conversion
METI Micro-Logistics in Urban Areas Micro Buses Mini Buses
Military Application
Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Mobility
Modeling
Module
Monopolar
Motor
Motor Design
Motorcycle
Nafion
Natural Gas
Navigation Neighborhood Distribution
NEV (neighborhood EV)
Nickel Cadmium
Nickel Metal
Nickel Metal Hydride
Nickel Zinc
Ni-Mh
Noise
Off-board
Off-peak
Off-road
On-board
Open Circuit
Optimization
Osmotic Transfer
Parallel Hybrid
Partial Oxidation
PAS (power assistant system)
Passenger Car
PEM (proton exchange membrane)
Permanent Magnet Motor
Peukert Curve
Photovoltatic
Planetary
Platinum Loading
Plug-in Hybrid
Policy
Power
Power density, W/kg
Power Steering
Powertrain
POX
Preferential Oxidation
Pressurized
Primary Energy
Prismatic
Programme
Promotion
Propulsion System
Proton Exchange
PROX
Pseudo-capacitors
Public Policy
Public Transportation
Pumps
Purchase Subsidy
Radiator
Ragone Plot
Range
Rare Earth Material
Recombinant
Recycling
Reformers
Regen
Regenerative Braking
Regulation
Reliability
Research
Resistivity
Resonant Converter
Response Time
Safety
Sales
Scooter
Sealed
Sealed Gel
Secondary Battery
Self-discharge
Semi-conductor
Series
Series Brakes
Series HEV
Shift-by-wire
Short Circuit
Simulation
Sodium Sulfur
Sodium-nickel Chloride
SoFC
Soft-switching
Solar Energy
Specific Energy, Wh/l
Specific Power, W/l
Spiral Wound
Stack
Standardization State of Art
State of Charge
Steam Reforming Storage
Subsidy
SULEV
Sun Energy
Super Capacitor
Super Low Emission Vehicle Sustainable Transport Systems
Switching Mpeed
Switching Reluctance Motor
Synchronous Motor
System
Taxation Taxi
Telfon
Thermal Management
Thin Metal Film
Torque
Torque Blending
Traction Control
Training
Transistors
Transmission Tricycles
Truck
ULEV (ultra low emission vehicle)
Ultra Capacitor
Valve Regulated
Van Vehicle Technology
Vehicle
Vehicle Performance
Volumetric Density
Water Cooled
Wheel Hub Motor
ZEV (zero emission vehicle)
Zinc Air
Zinc Bromine

 

Call for Papers

 

The 2004 European ELE-DRIVE Transportation Conference & Exhibition, EET for short, on “Urban Sustainable Mobility is possible – now!” to be held at Estoril, Portugal, on the 18 and 19 March 2004, will be the opportunity to discuss:

  • state of the art of Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles
  • successful demonstrations developed in several European cities
  • market niches
  • vision of the cities on sustainable transport systems for mobility and goods distribution
  • research and development activities
  • the need for a short-, medium-, long-term roadmap for the implementation of Electric Driven Vehicles technology

This European AVERE Conference aims at filling the gap between two successive European venues of the very successfully EVS, Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition, the world’s largest event on Electric Driven Vehicles, that takes place in Europe only every 4-5 years.

With a four-day public Exhibition, including several Demonstration and Ride & Drive actions, this event will be a unique opportunity for car and components manufacturers, energy and infrastructure suppliers, research institutes and public and private actors to present their last progresses in the field.
The Conference venue will be at the Estoril Congress Centre, near the Casino in Estoril, located in the heart of the Lisbon costal area, within the famous locations of Estoril, Cascais and Sintra. Both Estoril and Cascais are connected by rail to Lisbon downtown (30 km) and by bus to Sintra.

International Steering Committee: Athanassios Safacas, University of Patras, Greece | Antoni Szumanowski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland | Arne Johansson, Catella Generics AB, Sweden | Bertrand Heilbronn, EDF Transports et Véhicules Electriques, France | Carlos Barroso, Siemens, Portugal | Carlos Sousa, Almada Energy Agency, Portugal | David F. Porter, UNIPEDE-EURELECTRIC | Dietrich Naunin, Technical University Berlin, Germany | Dionissios Negkas, Hellenic Institute of Electric Vehicles, Greece | Francis Wolters, Electrabel, Belgium | Frédéric Vergels, AVERE, Belgium | Gaston Maggetto, VUB, AVERE, CITELEC, EPE, Belgium | Georges Dick, AMAVE, Monaco | Giampiero Brusaglino, Fiat Centro Ricerche, Italy | Gunter Schaedlich, Accumulatorenwerke Hoppecke, Germany | Jacques Lemonnier, AVERE-France | Jorge Esteves, IST / CAUTL, Portugal | José Maia, EST Setúbal / CAUTL, Portugal | José Quadrado, ISEL / CAUTL, Portugal | José Sabino, GolfJardim, Portugal | José Sequeira, IST, Portugal | Joseph Beretta, PSA Peugeot Citroën, France | Karl Ernst Noreikat, DaimlerChrysler AG, Germany | Lívio Honório, EDP, Portugal | Mario Conte, ENEA, Italy | Peter Van Den Bossche, CITELEC, Belgium | Pietro Menga, C.E.I.-CIVES, Italy | René Bautz, Gaznat, Switzerland | Robert Stüssi, Perform Energia, Portugal | Thor Erik Musæus, Norstart, Norway | Urban Karlström, VTI, Sweden

Topics:

  1. Vehicle technology, state of the art and R&D
  2. Energy sources, storage and distribution
  3. Special focus topics:

    a. Market niches: neighbourhood mobility, public transportation, taxi, car-sharing, goods delivery and micro?logistics in urban areas
    b. Small vehicles: off- and on-road use, bicycles, tricycles, scooters, adapted golf cars, micro- and mini?buses, human transporters, etc…;
    c. Roadmap assessments: BEV-HEV-FCEV, short-, medium-, long-term technology roadmaps
    d. Vision of the cities: sustainable transport systems in cities for mobility and goods distribution

Submission Of Paper Summaries: prospective authors are kundly invited to send synopses to the conference secretariat using e-mail 2004eet@apve.pt.

The synopses should consist of three parts:

A) paper title, author(s) name(s) and affiliation, postal adress, telephone and fax numbers and e-mail adress, topic number, keywords and indication of preference for dialogue or lecture presentation
b) a short abstract not exceeding 100 words
c) two to thre pages extended abstract, outlining the work to be presented, the objectives and the goal achieved, inclusion of key figures, tables, diagrams, and, mainly, reference are strongly encouraged.

Deadlines


submission of abstracts and extended abstracts: 10 november 2003

notification of papers acceptance: 10 december 2003

submission of full papers: 15 february 2004

 

 
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