EV Charging in the Transition to Electrified Transportations

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Speaker 1: Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) is the interface between the power system wiring in a home or building and the on-board electric vehicle charging system.  The presentation will discuss the purpose and basic functions of the EVSE, including how this equipment is designed to safely deliver power to the vehicle.

Speaker 2: EV chargers connect electric vehicles to premises wiring for the purposes of charging, power export, or bidirectional current flow.  The presentation will discuss different types of EV chargers, recent development, technological trends that EV charging industry are faced with today.



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  • Date: 03 Oct 2023
  • Time: 05:00 PM to 06:30 PM
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  • Starts 21 September 2023 09:53 AM
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Paul Reid Paul Reid of Schneider Electric USA

Topic:

EV Charging in the Transition to Electrified Transportations

Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) is the interface between the power system wiring in a home or building and the on-board electric vehicle charging system.  The presentation will discuss the purpose and basic functions of the EVSE, including how this equipment is designed to safely deliver power to the vehicle.

Biography:

Paul Reid is an Offer Architect for final distribution electrical systems with responsibility for development and support of advanced function circuit protection products.  Paul has over 25 years of product development experience with Schneider Electric.  He is actively involved in technical committees and task groups for standards development organizations including UL, CANENA, NEMA, and IEC.

Paul holds a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from The University of Iowa. He is based in Cedar Rapids Iowa

Address:3700 6th Street SW, , Cedar Rapids, United States, 52404

George Gao George Gao of Schneider Electric USA

Topic:

EV Charging in the Transition to Electrified Transportations

EV chargers connect electric vehicles to premises wiring for the purposes of charging, power export, or bidirectional current flow.  The presentation will discuss different types of EV chargers, recent development, technological trends that EV charging industry are faced with today.

Biography:

Zhi “George” Gao (S’03–M’07–SM’11) received M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical and computer engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, in 2004 and 2006, respectively.

He has close to 20 years of industry experience in product engineering, applied research, engineering management and technical services.  He is currently a technical staff with Schneider Electric Innovation business group in Raleigh, NC.  His research interests include design and control of EV chargers for residential, commercial and infrastructure applications.  He is the holder of 20 issued U.S. patents and has published 10 refereed articles at IEEE transactions and other technical journals.

Dr. Gao was an Associate Editor of the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON INDUSTRY APPLICATIONS.  He served as the Vice Chair of the Power & Energy/Industry Applications Society (PES/IAS) Joint Chapter in the IEEE Eastern North Carolina Section (ENCS), and helped the Chapter win the 2013 IAS Outstanding Chapter Award.  He is also the recipient of the 2012 IEEE Industry Applications Society Andrew W. Smith Outstanding Young Member Award.

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Agenda

5:00 – 5:30PM social with pizza and soft drinks

5:30 – 6:30PM presentations by Paul and George with Q&A at the end