Misa (Micha) Milosavljevic

Project Leader – Electric Powertrain Components and Systems IFP Energies Nouvelles

10 years of experience in the automotive domain. 
Micha obtained his Master degree in Mechanical Engineering from “SupMeca Paris” and received the specialization in Energy and Powertrains from “IFP-School”. 
After 2 years working on the next generation of gasoline internal combustion engines at Renault, he joined IFP Energies nouvelles in 2012 where he occupied different positions as a System simulation engineer, Powertrain engineer and System architect mainly in relation with hybrid powertrain systems and turbocharger electrification. His current position is Project manager leading collaborative research and industrial projects for IFPEN in the field of new electric motor topologies and associated power electronics.


Full Agenda Sessions

E-Mobility Motors: Two Technologies Rare Earth-Free

  • The demand for neodymium is expected to grow by 6% annually over the period to 2030, which leads to a significant gap in supply by the end of the decade
  • Are there enough resources to meet the growing demand and to enable the high uptake of EVs in the coming decades?
  • The  ReFreeDrive project funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme has pushed the boundary of two motor technologies which do not use any critical raw material:
    • Induction with copper rotor (both die-cast and fabricated versions) and synchronous reluctance (either assisted with ferrite magnets or without).
  • Advanced design and multiple innovations introduced: optimised electrical steels, special copper alloys, new manufacturing methods, hairpin winding, innovative cooling

Wednesday 11 May 10:50 - 11:20 Room 1

Add to calendar 05/11/2022 10:50 05/11/2022 11:20 E-Mobility Motors: Two Technologies Rare Earth-Free
  • The demand for neodymium is expected to grow by 6% annually over the period to 2030, which leads to a significant gap in supply by the end of the decade
  • Are there enough resources to meet the growing demand and to enable the high uptake of EVs in the coming decades?
  • The  ReFreeDrive project funded by the European Commission Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme has pushed the boundary of two motor technologies which do not use any critical raw material:
    • Induction with copper rotor (both die-cast and fabricated versions) and synchronous reluctance (either assisted with ferrite magnets or without).
  • Advanced design and multiple innovations introduced: optimised electrical steels, special copper alloys, new manufacturing methods, hairpin winding, innovative cooling
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