Register now! ARCHI 2018 - 8 February 2018Location: Delft University of Technology (DUT)We invite yo...


Register now! ARCHI 2018 - 8 February 2018

Location: Delft University of Technology (DUT)

We invite you to sign up

The Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS), Delft University of Technology (DUT), Dutch INCERT, The Netherlands Knowledge Platform for Charging infrastructure (NKL) and TKI Urban Energy cordially invite researchers, academics, applied researchers and practitioners to share knowledge, spur innovation and create new linkages in the field of charging infrastructure for electric mobility. We are looking forward to see you on the 8th of February 2018 in Delft.

Make sure you register for ARCHI Symposium Applied Research on Charging Infrastructure before the 5th of February 2018. Capacity is limited so make sure you sign up to reserve your seat. Sign up here.

Status and Trends

Technological developments

Fast Charging infrastructure

Charging behaviour

Simulating electric mobility

Smart Charging

Full Program ARCHI 2018 - The future of Charging Infrastructure

Keynotes: status and perspectives of charging infrastructure
We have an outstanding line-up of 5 keynote speakers presenting an update on status and perspectives of charging infrastructure, fast charging, international developments in relation to energy transition. Presentations from: Prof. Joeri van Mierlo (VU Brussels), Crijn Bouman (ABB), Prof. Rik De Doncker (RWTH Aachen), Roel Smelt (MisterGreen) and Prof. Pavol Bauer (TU Delft).

Parallel sessions: simulation, technology, smart charging and consumer behavior
In 4 parallel sessions you hear about the latest developments of future charging technologies (inductive, bidirectional), Smart Charging (overview of smart charging alternatives and two concrete cases), electric mobility simulation models and consumer behavior (length of charging sessions, price differentiation and charge behaviour). Speakers ARCHI 2018

Meet market players and science and share ideas

Get to know the vision and ambitions of market parties and learn more about the research findings of knowledge institutes on the topic of charging infrastructure. Our goal is to create a platform where science, industry and government can meet and share ideas. We invite all practitioners, researchers and other interested parties in the field of charging infrastructure to join us and participate. 
Register before 5 February 2018

TKI Urban Energy provides project overview and insight
in national funding opportunities

Smart Charging of electric vehicles can contribute to the flexibility of the energy system. TKI Urban Energy acknowledges the importance of Smart Charging and has included Energy Services for EV as part of her program. Yvonne Boerakker, Program Director at TKI Urban Energy says: "We are very enthusiastic about the ARCHI symposium. It is The Place to get insight in the latest developments, share knowledge and meet experts on Smart Charging. We are convinced that it will lead to interesting new ideas and concepts.TKI gladly contributes. In 2017 ARCHI was a great success and we expect it to be a very successful event this year again."

TKI Urban Energy supports the development of energy innovations which contribute to a fast transition to a sustainable, reliable and affordable energy system and infrastructure in the built environment. It strengthens the economic competition of companies and knowledge institutions involved.

Yvonne Boerakker gives an indication of the current subsidized projects of Smart Charging and the possibilities of main national funding sources (TKI, RVO, NWO-SIA, NKL).

Guided tour of High Voltage Laboratory (optional)

During a guided tour of the High Voltage Laboratory of Delft University of Technology (optional) you will see actual prototypes and demonstrators of bidirectional chargers, solar integrated charging systems and inductive charging technology. Program ARCHI 2018

Exhibitors and sponsor opportunities

ARCHI provides the opportunity for companies and/ or knowledge institutes for hiring exhibition space. Interested in sponsorship opportunities? Read more.


Get inspired: ARCHI Magazine 2017

As a result of last year's symposium a digital magazine has been published. Here you can find more detailed information on participating speakers and the symposium.

Over 100 researchers, academics and practitioners came to the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam to share valuable knowledge. All information, presentations and videos are presented in ARCHI Magazine, an online magazine. Get inspired!

Click here for ARCHI magazine 2017

Looking forward to meet you February 8th in Delft