ENERGETIC takes part in the 2023 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference

From October 24 to 27, members of the research team from the ENERGETIC project at INSA Strasbourg within the ICUBE laboratory, including first-year Ph.D. engineering researcher in computer science and electrical engineering, Ms. Cyrine SOUFI, accompanied by their supervising professor Tedjani Mesbahi, visited the Polytechnic University of Milan (Politecnico di Milano). The purpose of the visit was to attend the IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference 2023 (IEEE VPPC 2023) in Milan and explore potential collaborations.

The 2023 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference, scheduled from October 24 to 27, will serve as a platform for engineers, researchers, and professionals to engage in interactive and multidisciplinary discussions on electrified vehicle power, propulsion, and related technologies. The conference aims to foster a global network for green e-motion. It will feature keynote presentations by authoritative speakers, technical sessions, tutorial sessions, poster sessions, special and invited sessions, and exhibitions. Proposals for special sessions are welcomed, and accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore, subject to meeting the platform’s scope and quality requirements.

During the conference, Ms. Cyrine SOUFI delivered an oral presentation on her research, which was conducted in part within the framework of the European project ENERGETIC. The presentation focused on the Digital Battery Passport as an Enabler of Environmental Impact Assessment in Electric Vehicle Applications.

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