Electric & Hybrid Aerospace Technology Symposium 2017
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The Electric & Hybrid Aerospace Technology Symposium is being held in the conference rooms located in Conference Centre East of the Koelnmesse, Germany.

Conference Centre East.
Koelnmesse (East Entrance)
Messeplatz 1
50679 Cologne
Germany

 
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2017 Confirmed Speakers

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Day 1 Speakers

Mark Scully
Head of technology - advanced systems and propulsion
Aerospace Technology Institute
UK
Pierre Crespi
Innovation director
Air Liquide Advanced Technologies
FRANCE
Glenn Llewellyn
General manager, electrification - corporate technology office
Airbus
FRANCE
Gregory Albright
Vice president of business development
AllCell Technologies
USA
Andreas Klöckner
Coordinator electric flight, program directorate aeronautics
Deutsches Zentrum fĂŒr Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
GERMANY
Josef Kallo
Head of energy systems integration, institute of engineering thermodynamics
Deutsches Zentrum fĂŒr Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)
GERMANY
RĂ©gis Rossotto
PCM electric/hybrid propulsion
EASA
GERMANY
Simon Taylor
Chief technologist
GKN Fokker
NETHERLANDS
Alex Major
Founder and chairman
Green Flight Foundation
USA
Akira Nishizawa
Section leader
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
JAPAN
Seokmin Ahn
Principal researcher
Korea Aerospace Research Institute
KOREA
Sean Clarke
X-57 principal investigator
NASA
USA
Ajay Misra
Deputy director, research and engineering
NASA Glenn Research Center
USA
Simon Krueger
Aerospace consultant
P3 Aviation GmbH
GERMANY
Manuel La Rosa Betancourt
Founder and director
PI Integral Solutions Limited
GERMANY
Alan Newby
Director of aerospace technology and future programmes
Rolls-Royce
UK
Stephen Long
System architect, systems design integration
Rolls-Royce
USA
Frank Anton
Vice president Siemens eAircraft
Siemens AG
GERMANY
Jonathan Menu
Research engineer
Siemens Industry Software NV
BELGIUM
Anubhav Datta
Associate professor
University of Maryland
USA
Christopher Cadou
Associate professor
University of Maryland
USA
Peter Malkin
Strategic research advisor
Newcastle University
UK
Patrick Norman
Lecturer
University of Strathclyde
UK

Day 2 Speakers

José Rui Marcelino
CEO
Almadesign Lda
PORTUGAL
Nelson CĂĄmara Aguiar
R&D advanced consultant, Aeronautics, Space and Defence Division
Altran
SPAIN
Diana Siegel
EVTOL program manager
Aurora Flight Sciences
SWITZERLAND
Steven Jacobson
CEO
Autonodyne LLC
USA
Darrell Swanson
Principal consultant
AviaSolutions
UK
Andrey Dunaevskiy
Program manager
Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute
RUSSIA
Semyon Mikhalyov
Research officer
Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute
RUSSIA
Anton Varyukhin
Head of department
Central Institute of Aviation Motors
RUSSIA
Nicholas Sills
Founder
ContraElectric Propulsion Ltd
UK
Ricardo Reis
Product development engineer
Embraer Portugal
PORTUGAL
Manfred Reichel
Section manager CT.2.2
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
GERMANY
Omer Bar-Yohay
CEO
Eviation Aircraft Ltd
ISRAEL
Sergey Khalyutin
CEO
Experimental Laboratory NaukaSoft
RUSSIA
David Jenson
Aerospace engineer
Federal Aviation Administration
USA
Gregory Bowles
VP - global innovation and policy
General Aviation Manufacturers Association
USA
Pete Bunce
CEO
General Aviation Manufacturers Association
USA
Cristian Anghel
Technology fellow
Honeywell Aerospace
USA
Mircea Popescu
Chief design engineer
Motor Design Ltd
UK
Alexander Schneegans
Managing partner
PACE Aerospace Engineering and Information Technology GmbH
GERMANY
Martin Goodhand
Research engineer in aerodynamics
Rolls-Royce plc
UK
Pierre-Alain Lambert
Head, energy & propulsion
Safran Tech
FRANCE
Feriel Samouda
Aeronautical engineer
Star Engineering
FRANCE
Mike Benzakein
AVP, aerospace research
The Ohio State University
USA
Philip Mellor
Professor of Electrical Engineering
University of Bristol
UK
Panagiotis Laskaridis
Head hybrid electric propulsion group
Cranfield University
UK
Tom Gunnarson
Lead of regulatory affairs
Zee Aero
USA
Topics areas covered:
  • The possibilities created by aircraft hybridisation
  • Commercial aircraft application possibilities and research
  • Battery technologies
  • Electric motor technologies
  • Environmental impact
  • Real-world fuel-saving possibilities
  • Energy-storage systems
  • Solar possibilities
  • Efficiency and durability
  • Increasing flight range through hybridisation
  • The possibilities of pure electric-only commercial and military flight
  • Safety and legislative considerations
  • Case studies on existing global electric and hybrid research programmes
  • Overcoming engineering challenges
  • Best design practices
  • Investment possibilities
  • Additional advantages of increased electrification
  • Range-extender technologies