VISION & GOALS

Conquering the sky through e-mobility and zero emissions – this is the vision of aeronautics research at German Aerospace Center.

Radical improvements have to be made to realize the vision of carbon free aircraft technology and electric flights, as well as Concept studies for the construction of airplanes, energy systems and combustion engines, aspects of certifications and systems integration: E²Flight® conference covers all these aspects on the way to clean global aviation.

Since 2015 we support this idea by holding the E²Flight® conference in Stuttgart. Particularly contributions made by speakers from industry and scientists of various disciplines, encourage the exchange of knowledge and views.

Engineers, researchers from universities as well as research centers, research groups and ministries with a connection or interest in electric powered aircraft are the target audience of the symposium.


TARGETS

The focus of the two-day conference is an overall concept for electric flight with following issues:

• Energy and systems
• Batteries, fuel cells, refueling, charging, and required infrastructure
• Hybrid electric systems including internal combustion engines and generators
• Inverters, energy transfer, and electric motors
• Aspects of certification
• Aircraft projects and system integration

Targets


AGENDA

2050 – ZERO EMISSION AIR TRANSPORT

Thursday, Feb 20, 2020
09:30 am
Start of Registration
10:00 am
Opening
10:30 am
Keynotes
1:15 pm
Start of Session I: Energy Storage / Energy Conversion
4:00 pm
Start of Session II: Components & Powertrains
5:30 pm
Closing
6:30 pm
Come Together self-payment
Friday, Feb 21, 2020
8:30 am
Start of Session III: Configuration & Integration
11:15 am
Start of Session IV: Projects


TRAVEL & TICKETS

THE VENUE

E²Flight® conference 2020 is being held at Mövenpick Hotel Airport Stuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany.

Mövenpick Hotel Stuttgart Airport
Flughafenstrasse 50
70629 Stuttgart

For further information, please visit the website

Single rooms can be booked at a special rate under the keyword „E2FLIGHT“. Please contact the hotel directly

TICKETS

Prior registration is necessary in order to attend the symposium.

The cost for a two-day pass is € 220 incl. VAT.
The cost for a two-day pass for students is € 80 incl. VAT.

The registration fee provides
• full participation to the conference
• Refreshments during the conference
• Invitation to lunch

THE VENUE

E²Flight® conference 2020 is being held at Mövenpick Hotel Airport Stuttgart in Stuttgart, Germany.

Mövenpick Hotel Stuttgart Airport
Flughafenstrasse 50
70629 Stuttgart

For further information, please visit the website https://www.movenpick.com/en/europe/germany/stuttgart/hotel-stuttgart-airport/location/

Single rooms can be booked at a special rate under the keyword „E2FLIGHT“. Please contact the hotel directly

TICKETS

Prior registration is necessary in order to attend the symposium.

The cost for a two-day pass is € 220 incl. VAT.
The cost for a two-day pass for students is € 80 incl. VAT.

The registration fee provides
• full participation to the conference
• Refreshments during the conference
• Invitation to lunch


E²FLIGHT VOICES

PROF. DR.-ING. JOSEF KALLO

Coordinator Energy System Integration, Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics German Aerospace Center

„Energy storage and electrochemical energy conversion are key technologies for electric flight. It is a privilege to be a part of this exciting new development.“

PROF. DR.-ING. JOSEF KALLO

Coordinator Energy System Integration, Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics German Aerospace Center

„Energy storage and electrochemical energy conversion are key technologies for electric flight. It is a privilege to be a part of this exciting new development.“
Dr. Andreas Klöckner

DR.-ING. ANDREAS KLÖCKNER

Coordinator Electric Flight, Programme Strategy Aeronautics, German Aerospace Center

“The vision of quiet and climate-friendly aviation of the future is at the heart of DLR's aeronautics research. Hybrid-electric commercial aircraft have the potential to bring about a mobility revolution that is now within reach.”
Dr. Andreas Klöckner

DR.-ING. ANDREAS KLÖCKNER

Coordinator Electric Flight, Programme Startegy Aeronautics, German Aerospace Center

“The vision of quiet and climate-friendly aviation of the future is at the heart of DLR's aeronautics research. Hybrid-electric commercial aircraft have the potential to bring about a mobility revolution that is now within reach.”

JOHANNES GARBINO-ANTON, M. SC.

IBEFA project coordinator for hybrid-electric aircraft propulsion Berlin-Brandenburg Aerospace Alliance, BBAA e.V.

“Electric propulsion opens up the aircraft design space with new paradigms and allows for multidisciplinary optimization. We invite you to take part in this exciting interdisciplinary dialog.”
Johannes Garbino-Anton, M. Sc.
Johannes Garbino-Anton, M. Sc.

JOHANNES GARBINO-ANTON, M. SC.

IBEFA project coordinator for hybrid-electric aircraft propulsion Berlin-Brandenburg Aerospace Alliance, BBAA e.V.

“Electric propulsion opens up the aircraft design space with new paradigms and allows for multidisciplinary optimization. We invite you to take part in this exciting interdisciplinary dialog.”
Dr.-Ing. Len Schumann

DR.-ING. LEN SCHUMANN

Manager production, maintenance and repair, Wolf Hirth GmbH

“Electric aircraft represent a significant advance in terms of energy consumption and noise in the area of ​​short-haul flights. With ideas for interesting presentation topics for the symposium, I want to contribute to harnessing this potential in new aircraft designs.”
Dr.-Ing. Len Schumann

DR.-ING. LEN SCHUMANN

Manager produktion, maintanance and repair, Wolf Hirth GmbH

“Electric aircraft represent a significant advance in terms of energy consumption and noise in the area of ​​short-haul flights. With ideas for interesting presentation topics for the symposium, I want to contribute to harnessing this potential in new aircraft designs.”

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