List of upcoming events (latest update January 14)
Jun 17, 2014
A list of upcoming events of interest to readers of EVWorld, including conferences, webinars, ride-and-drive events, and expositions. Also includes links to events and their sponsors.
Latest Update: 2019 January 14 18:29 EST (minor corrections).
I am maintaining an ongoing list of upcoming events. It is also available at www.PROACCTIVE.info#Group-U or an abridged version at www.LeviCar.com/#Upcoming – look at the middle and right-hand columns. The mobile versions are at m.PROACCTIVE.info#Group-U and at m.LeviCar.com#Upcoming.
These events have to do with electric and alternative-fuel propulsion, as well as alternate guideway architectures, such as monorails, troughs, tubes, and suspended vehicles. Also, a few events that discuss policy matters are also included.
The events include both those for professionals, such as conferences, lectures, and webinars; and also shows, expos, and tours for the popular audience.
At the bottom of the list are links to six spreadsheets containing all the information for all events, past, present, and future, that were ever published here, including some for which I haven’t had the chance to “code”. If you missed something and is no longer shown on this page, it will still be in one of the spreadsheets, albeit in a less convenient format.I have included a source link for most of these, that is, a link to the web page where I found them. Not all events on these web pages get included in my list, so you might want to check these web pages yourself.
|EVWorld’s Industrial Calendar: http://evworld.com/calendar.cfm.|
IEEE Transportation Electrification:
IEEE Transportation Electrification Webinars: https://tec.ieee.org/education/webinars/
IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society: https://www.ieee-itss.org/
IEEE Systems Council: https://www.ieeesystemscouncil.org/pages/conferences/
IEEE Vehicle Technology Society http://www.vtsociety.org/; (Conferences).
Society for Automotive Engineering|
SAE’s Event Calendar: https://www.sae.org/attend/
SAE’s Student-Event Calendar: … /attend/student-events/
SAE’s Learning Center: https://www.sae.org/learn/professional-development
SAE webcasts: https://www.sae.org/webcasts.
| Transportation Research Board (Recent Announcements)|
TRB Calendar: http://www.trb.org/Calendar/Calendar.aspx.
Electric Mobility Canada|
EMC Events: https://emc-mec.ca/event/.
The International Maglev Board|
|Plug In America:
National Drive Electric Week: https://driveelectricweek.org/.
|Advanced Automotive & Industrial
|Ertico, ITS Europe|
Annual Congresses: http://ertico.com/projects/congresses/
|Association for European Transport|
Battery Webinars and Seminars: http://plugvolt.com/.
You may bookmark these links.
Here are the current and upcoming events:Let cursor dwell on picture to see Fragment Identifiers and Recent History (if any)
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SAE CEU Course: Fuel Cells for Transportation, Troy, MI – January 15 to 17, “… for engineers and particularly engineering managers who want to jump-start their understanding of [fuel cells].” (main page). 1.8 CEUs; Instructors: Dr. John F. Elter and Dr. Bin Du.
PlugVolt Webinar: Finding Your Place as the Industry Doubles Down on Electrified Vehicles, January 16, 10 to 11 am EST, A raft of new [electric] vehicles is arriving in 2019. Alan Baum, Principal, Baum & Associates, (main page), (series link). Fee is $99. (Recorded webinars). Contact: E‑mail; 877‑PLUGVOLT (877‑758‑4865).
Webinar: Drive Electric Earth Day: How To Participate, January 22 “ You will learn more about how EVs can become a part of your community’s Earth Day celebration.” (main page). Mandatory Free Registration.
Advanced Automotive & Industrial Battery Conference – europe, Strasbourg, France – January 27 to 31, “… research and development of the chemistries and materials supporting the next generation of electric vehicle batteries …” (main page). Contact: E-mail (781) 972‑5400, fax: (781) 972‑5425.
Automated and Connected Commercial Vehicles: Next Steps for ‘Hands-Off’ Operation – February 7, 1:00 – 2:00 pm EST, presented by Chris Woodard (Danfoss Power Solutions), and Jace Allen (dSPACE Inc.); Moderated by Lisa Arrigo – “… explores how we get from advanced driver-assistance systems and wireless connectivity, … to the “holy grail” of Level 5 autonomous” (main page).main page).
• TransportationCamp South, Atlanta, GA – February 9, “… seeks to bring together participants from across the Southeast region.” (main page).
• TransportationCamp PHL, Philadelphia, PA – March 30, “… we welcome you … for a day filled with ideas at the intersection of transportation, technology, and urbanism.” (main page).
SAE CEU Course: High Voltage Vehicle Safety Systems and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Garden Grove, CA – February 18, “High voltage vehicle safety is a primary concern for [anyone] involved in developing, diagnosing or repairing hybrid or electric vehicles.” (main page). 0.7 CEUs; Instructor: Dr. Mark Quarto.
SAE 2019 Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Technologies Symposium (HVTS), Anaheim Garden Grove, CA – February 19 to 21, “… discuss the latest technology, applications, and overall development challenges for electric and hybrid-electric vehicles …” (main page).
SAE CEU Course: Principled Negotiation, Troy, MI – April 2, “Successful negotiations occur when all parties want the agreement to stay in force and when everyone has a vested interest in making things work.” (main page). 0.7 CEUs; Instructor: Eric Timmis.
SAE 2019 Government/ Industry Meeting, Washington, DC – April 3 to 5, “ … discuss the effect of government action and regulations … on future vehicle design.” (main page). Overlaps with the Washington Auto Show. Contact page.
The 13th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference (SYSCON 2019), Orlando, FL – April 8 to 11, “… System-level thinking is essential … not only for technical systems, but also for society at large. …” (main page). Contact form; get newsletter.
SAE CEU Course: Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Engineering Academy, Troy, MI – April 8 to 12, “ …intensive learning experience [on] hybrid and electric vehciles …” (main page). 3.8 CEUs; Instructors: Saeed Siavoshani, Richard Byczek, Kevin Konecky, Gene Liao, Manoj Shah, Robert Spotnitz, and Thomas Stoltz.
InterTraffic Istanbul (Turkey) – April 10 to 12, “… perfect gateway to the traffic technology market in Turkey and the surrounding regions.” (main page); (plus … ITSUP – The event for smart‑mobility startups). (Exhibitors’ info.) Contact page.
2019 International Conference on Microwaves for Intelligent Mobility, Detroit, MI – April 15 to 16, “… covers all key enabling technologies for intelligent mobility, …” (main page); (General Chairs’ Message). Contact page.
Advanced Clean Transportation (ACT) Expo, Long Beach, CA – April 23 to 26, with Networking Tour on April 22, “The Largest Advanced Transportation Technology & Clean Fleet Event.” (main page). (News); Subscribe for Updates; (Get Brochure); (Agenda);(Agenda Track); (Exhibitors’ info.); Expo (April 24‑25). Contact page.
2019 IEEE 89th Vehicular Technology Conference: VTC 2019-Spring, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – April 28 to May 1, “[The new] … innovative Industry Track … will feature panels and presentations with industry leaders sharing their perspectives on the latest technologies.” (main page). Organizing Committees; Workshop Papers: (due Jan. 22, Subm. e‑mail); Recent Results: (due Jan. 22).
5th International Conference on Vehicle Technology and Intelligent Transportation Systems (VEHITS 2019), Heraklion, Crete, Greece – May 3 to 5, “… innovative applications, tools and platforms …” (main page). Colocated with SmartGreens 2019. Call for Position Papers – works-in-progress and speculative ideas (due Jan. 24), (Submissions login), (Guidelines), (Template), (Glossary). Contact page.
EV VÉ 2019 Conference and Trade Show, Québec City, Québec, Canada – May 6 to 9, “Focusing on all modes of ground electric transportation,… the most important and respected event in the EV industry in Canada.” (main page). Ride & Drive, May 6, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm, with Press Conference and Media Ride 10:00 to 11:00 am; Exhibitor’s info. Contact page.
Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo Europe, Stuttgart, Germany – May 7 to 9, “Europe’s largest and fastest-growing trade fair and conference for H/EV and advanced battery technology” (main page). Colocated with next event. Exhibitors’ info. Contact page.
Battery Show Europe 2019, Stuttgart, Germany – May 7 to 9, “…unparalleled opportunity to source the latest design, production, and manufacturing solutions from across the battery supply chain…” (main page). Colocated with previous event. Exhibitors’ info. Contact page.
2019 IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference (ITEC) and EXPO Asia-Pacific, Jeju, Korea – May 8 to 10, “New Paradigm Shift, Sustainable E-Mobility” – (main page). Call for Papers (Paper Submission due Feb. 13); Contact: E‑mail +82 (0) 64‑754‑3657.
Connected and Automated Vehicle Engineering 2019, Santa Clara, CA – May 13 to 16, “Where Auto Meets IoT – Enabling the Era of Electrified Automated Mobility on Demand” (main page); (agenda). Colocated with “Internet of Things World” May 14 to 15. Contact page.Conference and Expo – May 16 to 19.
• Expo – May 17 to 18, “…largest expo built specifically for the global innovation community.”
• SBIR / STTR Spring Innovation Conference – May 16 to 19, “…… nation’s largest source of early stage / high risk R&D funding for small business.”.
• DTC Spring Conference and Expo – May 16 to 19, “Accelerating Private-Sector Innovation into Defense Application.”
International Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition, Lyon, France – May 19 to 22, “Sustainable mobility is a core concern for all industrial players and public authorities.” (main page).
SAE CEU Course: Fundamentals of Powertrain Design for Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Shanghai, China – May 21 to 22, “… success will depend on engineering personnel knowing how to develop and manufacture HEV powertrains. …” (main page). 1.3 CEUs; Instructor: Zhihui Duan.
• Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design & Technology Symposium Europe – “… Human-Machine Interface (HMI), … technological and passenger-protection implications, … passenger comfort and info‑tainment … .” (main page). Call for Papers (due Jan. 18), (submissions page).
• Autonomous Vehicle Software Symposium – “… dramatically reduce development timescales while boosting security and effectively tackling AI challenges and the decision-making processes.” (main page). Call for Papers (due Jan. 18), (submissions page).
• CONTACT: for conference, and for Submissions of Papers: Andrew Boakes, Conference Director, +44 1306 743744, fax: +44 1306 742525.
InterTraffic China, Shanghai, China – May 27 to 29, “… the Chinese government plans to spend billions on road and railway construction ….” (main page); (plus … ITSUP – The event for smart‑mobility startups). (Exhibitors’ info.) Contact page.
AutoDrive Challenge™ (Student Competition), Ann Arbor, MI – May 29 to June 5 “This … competition will task students to develop and demonstrate a full autonomous driving passenger vehicle.” (main page); Contact page.
30th IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium 2019, Paris, France – June 9 to 12, “… the latest advances in theory and technology related to intelligent vehicles.” (main page). Workshop and Tutorial proposals (due Feb. 7); (List of accepted workshops). Full Papers (due Jan. 31 final); (Information for authors). Contact: E-mail.
SAE CEU Course: Introduction to NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harshness) Aspects of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles, Grand Rapids, MI – June 14, “… it is also important to consider … reduced … noise levels on pedestrian safety. …” (main page). 0.7 CEUs; Instructor: Kiran Govindswamy.
Advanced Automotive & Industrial Battery Conference, San Diego, CA – June 24 to 27, “… batteries with enhanced performance, durability, cost, and abuse tolerance…” (main page); (Speaker Proposals). Contact: E-mail (781) 972‑5400, fax: (781) 972‑5425.
July 2019 Battery Seminar, Plymouth, MI – July 16 to 18, “Conference fostering joint development efforts to advance energy storage solutions” (main page).
29th Annual INCOSE International Symposium, Orlando, FL – July 20 to 25, “Premier Systems Engineering Conference” (main page). Submission Links: Calls for Submissions, Submission forms and Templates; Paperless Presentations: Abstracts due Feb. 15. Contact page.
SAE CyberAuto Challenge™, Warren, MI – July 21 to 26, “… brings together all of the players—from researchers, hackers, engineers, and aspiring students – at this groundbreaking event in automotive cybersecurity.” (main page). Who should attend? What is the CyberAuto Challenge? Terms of Participation. Application Link: (due Mar. 2). Sponsor.
The 23rd International Symposium on Transportation and Traffic Theory, Lausanne, Switzerland – July 24 to 26, “…all scientific, fundamental and methodological aspects of transportation systems spanning all modes of transport…” (main page).
2019 Conference on Electrical Machines and Systems, Harbin, China – August 11 to 14, “… exchange useful information and experiences about electrical machine, control, drive, system …” (main page). Call for Papers, one-page digests (due Apr. 1), (Detailed instructions). Contact page
• Call for Papers: Abstracts due Jan. 31 20:00 EST.
2019 JSAE/SAE Powertrains, Fuels, and Lubricants Meeting, Kyoto, Japan – August 26 to 29 with Welcome Party on August 25; (conference includes a section on Hybrid & Electric Powertrains). (main page). Contact: E‑mail
SAE CEU Course: Principled Negotiation, Troy, MI – August 29, “Successful negotiations occur when all parties want the agreement to stay in force and when everyone has a vested interest in making things work.” (main page). 0.7 CEUs; Instructor: Eric Timmis.
SAE CEU Course: Fundamentals of Powertrain Design for Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Shanghai, China – September 4 to 5, “… success will depend on engineering personnel knowing how to develop and manufacture HEV powertrains. …” (main page). 1.3 CEUs; Instructor: Zhihui Duan.
Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo, Novi, MI – September 10 to 12, “… learn about up-to-the-minute innovations, access high-quality education, and network with peers.” (main page). Colocated with next event.. Contact/Exhibitors’ page.
National Drive Electric Week, Various Locations – September 14 to 22, “ … a nationwide celebration to heighten awareness of today’s widespread availability of plug-in vehicles and highlight the[ir] benefits …” (main page). (2018 Events); (2019 Events so far); (Volunteer to Organize an Event); (Learn about Hosting an Event); (Sponsorship).
North American International Powertrain Conference, Chicago, IL – September 18 to 20, previous editions have been by invitation only; “… an exclusive, executive-level event …” (main page) (alternate page).
The 2019 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation, Sacramento, CA – September 22 to 29, “… the foremost interdisciplinary, interagency supported conference addressing the broad range of ecological issues related to transportation systems in all modes.” (main page). Contact: Fraser Shilling E‑mail 530‑752‑7859.
2019 IEEE 90th Vehicular Technology Conference: VTC2019-Fall, Hawaii, USA – September 22 to 25, “Intelligent Connection & Transportation” (main page). Contact the Committees; Gerhard Bauch, Conference Chair. Call for Papers (Five-Page Papers due Feb. 25, Track Descriptions); Workshop Proposals: (up to 6‑page proposal only – due Feb. 25, Subm. e‑mail); Workshop Papers: (Five-Page Papers paper only – due May 30, Subm. e‑mail); Tutorials: (brief descriptions due Mar. 18, Subm. e‑mail).
IISSE 2019 (IEEE Symposium on Systems Engineering), Edinburgh, Scotland, UK – October 1 to 3, “ … multiple disciplines and specialty areas associated with the engineering of complex systems.” (main page). Call for Papers: Abstract (Industry papers) & Manuscript (Academic/Research papers) submission due April 26 (pdf). Contact form.
Electric Vehicles International Conference & Show, ICPE Solar Park, Bucharest, Romania – October 3 to 4, “… a hub for electric mobility professionals and also for electric cars enthusiasts.” (main page). Call for Papers (Abstracts due Jan. 31); (Author’s guide). Contact page (with map).
SAE CEU Course: Fuel Cells for Transportation, Troy, MI – October 8 to 10, “… for engineers and particularly engineering managers who want to jump-start their understanding of [fuel cells].” (main page). 1.8 CEUs; Instructors: Dr. John F. Elter and Dr. Bin Du.
Defense TechConnect Fall Summit and Expo, National Harbor, MD – October 8 to 10, “Connecting the top DOD offices with the world's best technologies.” (main page). Colocated with next two events. Call for Innovations. Exhibitors’ info. Contact page
SBIR/STTR FALL Innovation Summit, National Harbor, MD – October 8 to 10, “Delivering Innovation – Accelerating Commercialization – Innovation bull; Investment • Acceleration” (main page). Colocated with previous and next events.
European Transport Conference (ETC), Dublin, Ireland – October 9 to 11, “… networking and exchange of ideas, information and opportunities amongst … transport professionals and accademics.” (main page). Call for Papers and Posters (abstracts due Feb. 5), (Submissions page). Contact: +44 (0) 15 64 793552.
2019 Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC), Hanoi, Vietnam – October 14 to 17, “… electified vehicle power, propulsion and related technologies.” (main page). Call for Papers (Digests and Abstracts due Mar. 31).
26th ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems) World Congress, Singapore – October 21 to 25, “Smart Mobility, Empowering Cities” (main page). Call for Papers (Abstracts due Jan. 22 11:59 pm GMT+8 extended), (Brochure), [Submissions login page (papers and special-interest sessions)]. Newsletter. (Exhibitors’ info.).
Innovations in Mobility, Novi, MI – October 28 to 31, “Join Us in a Revolutionary Transformation” (main page). Student / Young Professional Paper Competition – Limited to authors up to 34 years old. Call for Papers (Abstracts due Mar. 25).
SAE CEU Course: Introduction to NVH (Noise, Vibration, and Harshness) Aspects of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles, Troy, MI – November 4, “… it is also important to consider … reduced … noise levels on pedestrian safety. …” (main page). 0.7 CEUs; Instructor: Kiran Govindswamy.
InterTraffic Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia – November 7 to 9, “… regional showcase for infrastructure, safety, parking, smart mobility and traffic management.” (main page). (Exhibitors’ info.) Contact page.
The Future of Transportation World Congress 2019, Vienna, Austria – November 26 to 28, “2020 - 2030 and Beyond – The Images of Change – the Future will be Quick to Arrive and Highly Disruptive” (main page). Call for Papers (Proposals due date TBD), (Submissions page). Contact page.
SAE CEU Course: Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Engineering Academy, Troy, MI – 2019 December 2 to 6, “… intensive learning experience [on] hybrid and electric vehciles …” (main page). 3.8 CEUs; Instructors: Saeed Siavoshani, Richard Byczek, Kevin Konecky, Gene Liao, Manoj Shah, Robert Spotnitz, and Thomas Stoltz.
SAE CEU Course: Principled Negotiation, Troy, MI – 2019 December 12, “… Successful negotiations occur when all parties want the agreement to stay in force and when everyone has a vested interest in making things work. …” (main page). 0.7 CEUs; Instructor: Eric Timmis.
InterTraffic Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands – 2020 April 21 to 24, “Experience the latest solutions for today's and tomorrow’s challenges with all the experts in the field.” (main page). (Exhibitors’ info.) Contact page.
TRA 2020 – Transport Research Arena, Helsinki, Finland – 2020 April 27 to 30, “Rethinking transport – towards clean and inclusive mobility” (main page). Preliminary Call for Papers (due sometime in April). Contact page.
This blog will be updated as time goes on. Please check back every two weeks or so.
Spreadsheets showing all events ever presented here, and some that
Spreadsheet for 2014 Events
Spreadsheet for 2015 Events
Spreadsheet for 2016 Events
Spreadsheet for 2017 Events
Spreadsheet for 2018 Events
Spreadsheet for 2019-2020 Events
Contact me to request Additions and Corrections (email).
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