Dr Arpad W. Imre, Energy Storage Technologist, Powertrain Systems
Bosch Engineering GmbH
Nov 19, 2014.
• The Large Variety of Rechargeable Electric Storage Technologies.
• From Requirements to Individual System Solutions.
• Why to Combine Various Technologies in Power Train?
Speaker Biography (Arpad W. Imre)
After completing his master studies in physics Arpad Imre joined the doctoral school of the University Debrecen (Hungary) and then in 2000 he received a Ph.D. degree in solid state physics. From 2000 he worked as a scientific co-worker at the University Münster (Germany). In 2008 he joined the Corporate Sector Research of Robert Bosch Group. His scope of work firstly included the technical lead of the pre-development of energy storage systems considering their integrity in the drive train of the battery electric vehicles. Then he coordinated the electrothermal and mechanical design of a dual-cell battery within FP7 project SuperLIB. In 2012, he joined the Bosch Engineering GmbH (Germany) where he is responsible for rechargeable energy storage technology assessment.
Company Profile (Robert Bosch Corp)
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