Winners & Losers In The E-Mobility Revolution
13 - 14 May 2020 Estrel Convention Center, Berlin, Germany

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Electric Vehicle Materials Europe will be held over 13 - 14 May, 2020, in Berlin, Germany. The event will reveal the latest advances and roadmaps for novel materials in the rapidly evolving electric vehicle industry, balancing the latest insight from OEMs with important breakthroughs from new leaders. IDTechEx finds the companies and researchers that break the mould.

What to expect:

    • Identification and application of novel materials emerging in the electric vehicle powertrain.
    • The latest technological insights from leading OEMs.
    • A comprehensive analysis of electric vehicle markets beyond cars.

Understand disruptive change from:

  • The use of novel materials in emerging energy storage technologies and components: what’s possible when.
  • Structural electronics and the merging of systems

Advanced Functional Materials:

  • Carbon nanotubes (CNT)
  • Die-attach materials
  • Encapsulation materials
  • Graphene
  • Thermal Management Materials
  • Light-weighting
  • Polymer Composites
  • Polymer Housings
  • Structural Electronics and Solar Cars

Advanced Li-ion and Beyond Li-ion:

  • Silicon Anodes
  • NMC811
  • Li-metal
  • Solid-state Electrolyte
  • Reducing Cobalt
  • PEM Fuel Cells

Voice of the OEMs:

  • Opportunities and Challenges for the Auto Industry
  • Plans and Outlooks: Plug-in Hybrids, Battery-only and Fuel-cell Electric Vehicles
  • Beyond Cars: Heavy-duty, Off-road, Micro-mobility, Aerospace, Marine
  • Emerging Markets

So what is changing?

Batterymakers and OEMs are searching for new materials and techniques that improve both battery performance and help shift away from unsustainable raw materials such as Cobalt. Whether an incremental transition to Si-dominant anodes, or a step-change to Li-metal or solid-state batteries, Electric Vehicle Materials Europe 2020 reveals the latest developments, with a view on what’s hype and what’s reality.

Battery developments are not the only important consideration: range sells electric cars, and innovating with components outside the battery, for example motor efficiency, are just as pivotal to range as energy density gains, as Tesla has proven. Indeed, the largest cost component of electric vehicles increasingly shifts towards power electronics and electric motors, as batteries prices tumble. Abundant opportunities are emerging for new materials in future generations of advancement of these components, from thermal management to light-weighting.


Electric Vehicle Materials is co-located with five synergistic events, creating the IDTechEx Show! Access all sessions with your conference pass – over 250 speakers in total.
Electric Vehicle Materials Europe 2020
Electric Vehicle Materials Europe 2020
Electric Vehicle Materials Europe 2020
Electric Vehicle Materials Europe 2020
Electric Vehicle Materials Europe 2020

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