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14th stuttgart
international symposium
AUTOMOTIVE And ENGINE TECHNOLOGY
18TH AND 19TH MARCH 2014 | Haus der wirtschaft, Stuttgart
Program
02
contents
Greeting of Prime Minister 03
Foreword
05
Program Guide
07
Program Tuesday
08
Program Wednesday
12
Speakers, Chairpersons,
Advisory Board Members
16
Call for Papers 2015
20
Organizer, Event Management
22
Exhibition
23
Information about the Conference 24
Registration Fees
26
Registration
27
ISS 2014
The App for the Symposium
For the first time at the 14th Stuttgart International Symposium
you can receive all information in the form of a mobile app
for your smartphone. This can be found in the app or PlayStore
under the name »Stuttgart Symposium«. The conference code
to upload the event is »iss2014«.
FKFS - Research Institute of Automotive Engineering
and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart
Scientific Management
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Bargende
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Christian Reuss
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jochen Wiedemann
Research & Development
in AUTOMOTIVE and Engine Technology
ISS2014 | 03
official greeting
winfried kretschmann
Within the field of mobility, an independent turnaround in the energy policy is taking
place. Environmental protection and the conservation of dwindling resources are
important driving forces of this development, which represents major technological
challenges for companies and research institutes. For this purpose, new technologies
must be developed and existing ones improved. Accordingly, the Research Institute of
Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines in Stuttgart is placing the14th Stuttgart
International Symposium on Automotive and Engine Technology under the motto
»Renewable energies and future mobility concepts«. I was very happy to assume
patronage of the event.
With over 800 professional attendees, more than 110 lectures and an accompanying
exhibition, the Stuttgart Symposium is considered as one of the most important
discussion boards for the range of automotive and engine development in Europe. It
is an excellent platform for the representatives of industry and research to discuss
new ideas and to present the performance of the industry in Baden-Wuerttemberg.
With this year’s focus on the main topic the symposium will go far beyond the
development of vehicles and engines. It includes both the integration of diverse
transport modes and systems as well as energy efficiency control of various types
of motor vehicles.
Another important objective of the Baden-Wuerttemberg state government is the
resource-conserving energy production. In the field of transport alternative forms
of propulsion must be developed with future technologies and corresponding IT
solutions, which enable an intelligent integration and application for all road users
and participants.
It is about nothing less than the future of mobility!
Speed, flexibility and environmental friendliness will be the main criteria. The well
working cooperation between science and industry in Baden-Wuerttemberg is a key
prerequisite for the development of modern mobility concepts.
My thanks go to the event organizers and promoters, whom I would like to congratulate
for the extensive and exciting program of the 14th Stuttgart International Symposium
of automotive and engine technology. To all indoor exhibitors, as well as visitors,
I wish inspiring and productive discussions.
Winfried Kretschmann
Prime Minister of the
State of Baden-Wuerttemberg
04
Scientific Advisory Board
Prof. Dr. Michael Bargende
FKFS/IVK, University of Stuttgart
Dr. Volker Brichzin
Prof. em. Dr. Ulf Essers
BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH FKFS/IVK, University of Stuttgart
Dr. Reiner Künzel
MAHLE International GmbH
Dr. Rolf Leonhard
Robert Bosch GmbH
Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss Wolfgang Siebenpfeiffer
FKFS/IVK, University of Stuttgart ATZ|MTZ|ATZelektronik
Dr. Achim Wiebelt
MAHLE Behr GmbH & Co. KG
Prof. Dr. Jochen Wiedemann
FKFS/IVK, University of Stuttgart
Wolfgang Hatz
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Franz Loogen
e-mobil BW GmbH
Dr. Harald Naunheimer
ZF Friedrichshafen AG
Alfred Weber
MANN+HUMMEL GmbH
Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber
Daimler AG
Dr. Martin Wierse
Modine Europe GmbH
Wolfgang Zahn
ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG
Research & Development
in AUTOMOTIVE & Engine Technology
welcome !
The automotive industry is globally facing a number of
challenges: The legal limitation of CO2 emissions,
the finite nature of reserves of fossil fuels and the
increasing traffic congestion in urban areas and megacities are important issues. The need for affordable
mobility systems which are resource-efficient as
well as sustainable and climate neutral, but which also
meet high safety standards and high levels of social
and political acceptance, is increasingly clear. The
automotive industry is therefore intensively working on
alternative vehicle and mobility concepts. Additionally,
previous research approaches are joined more
and more by concepts from the fields of electricity and
electronics, mechatronics, information technology
and computer science. To promote research in the
various areas it is important to share and unify
the research results from academia and industry.
The14th Stuttgart International Symposium Automotive and Engine Technology
18th and19th March 2014
provides an important platform for the automotive
industry. The program of the symposium was expanded
from four to six parallel sessions in order to meet the
increased topics as well as the very high number of
excellent submissions of papers. Due to the resulting
variety of topics that will be presented by leading
experts in more than110 lectures, we hope to have
arranged an interesting program for you. The lecturerelated discussions and the accompanying exhibition
offer an opportunity for further professional exchange.
We look forward to welcoming you in Stuttgart,
the birthplace of the automobile and wish you
enjoyable and informative days at the14th Stuttgart
International Symposium.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Bargende
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Christian Reuss
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jochen Wiedemann
ISS2014 | 05
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Automotive and ENGINE TECHNOLOGY
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ISS2014 | 07
OVERALL VIEW
TUESDAY 18TH MARCH 2014
8:00 Registration/Signing-in
könig-karl-Halle 2nd floor
9:00 Welcome Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss, Chairman of the Board of Management FKFS, Managing Director IVK, University of Stuttgart.
Opening Adress Prof. Dr. Wolfram Ressel, Rector of the University of Stuttgart.
9:15 Shaping the Future – Innovations for Mobility Solutions
Dr. Volkmar Denner, Chairman of the Board of Management, Robert Bosch GmbH.
CO2: Automotive Industry takes the Challenge
Dr. Jean-Michel Billig, Executive Vice President – Engineering & Quality, Renault SAS
10:30 Coffee break
könig-karlhalle 2nd floor
Meidinger-Saal
1st floor
CI Engines Components
pg. 8 11:00 Innovative Vehicles
bertha-benzSaal 1st floor
REUTLINGEN ROOM KARLSRUHE ROOM mannheim ROOM
2nd floor
1st floor
1st floor
Batteries
Driving Dynamics I
pg. 8 pg. 8 Production +
Electrical Power
Management Design I
pg. 9 pg. 9 pg. 9
12:30 Lunch break
14:00 Advanced Driver
Hybrid I
Assistance Systems I
pg. 8 SI Engines - Ignition Driving Dynamics II FVV Projects
pg. 8 pg. 8 pg. 9 Production +
Design II
pg. 9 pg. 9
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Vehicle Layout
Emissions I
pg. 10 Power Supply
Energetic Efficiency Software Processes Railway Vehicles
Network
pg. 10 pg. 10 pg. 11 pg. 11 pg. 11
18:00 End of the parallel sections
19:00 Social evening to take place in the »Alte Stuttgarter Reithalle« pg. 11
WEDNESDAY 19TH MARCH 2014
könig-karlhalle 2nd floor
8:30 E-Mobility
Meidinger-Saal
1st floor
bertha-benzSaal 1st floor
Driving Comfort
Emissions II
pg. 12 pg. 12 REUTLINGEN ROOM KARLSRUHE ROOM mannheim ROOM
2nd floor
1st floor
1st floor
Tyres
Alternative Powertrain + Small Engines
pg. 12 pg. 13 Spitzencluster
pg. 13 pg. 13
10:00 Coffee break
10:30 SI Engines
Hybrid II
pg. 12 Aerodynamics I
pg. 12 Simulation +
Vehicle Acoustics
Electronic
Analysis I
Architecture
pg. 12 pg. 13 pg. 13 pg. 13
12:30 Lunch break
13:30 CI Engines
Vehicle Concepts
pg. 14 Aerodynamics II
pg. 14 Simulation +
Drivertrain Testing
Advanced Driver
Assistance Systems II Analysis II
pg. 14 pg. 15 pg. 15 pg. 15
15:00 Coffee break
könig-karl-Halle 2nd floor
15:30
Panel discussion »Renewable energies and future mobility«
Keynotes:
›› Franz Untersteller MdL, Minister for the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector Baden-Wuerttemberg
›› Prof. Dr. Herbert Kohler, Vice-President Group Research and Sustainability Daimler AG
Participants:
›› Prof. Dr. Lino Guzzella, Rector of ETH Zürich
›› Margret Hucko, Editor of Auto-Ressort SPIEGEL ONLINE GmbH
›› Prof. Dr. Herbert Kohler, Vice-President Group Research and Sustainability Daimler AG
›› Birgit Primer, Deputy Editor-in-Chief auto motor und sport
›› Franz Untersteller MdL, Minister for the Environment, Climate Protection and the Energy Sector Baden-Wuerttemberg
›› Dr. Wolfgang Warnecke, Shell Chief Scientist Mobility
Moderation:
›› Dietmar Goericke, Managing Director FVV e.V.
16:30 Keynote Silke Krebs, Minister in the State Ministry Baden-Wuerttemberg
16:45 Closing remarks Prof. Dr. Jochen Wiedemann, Board of Management FKFS, Professor of Automotive Engineering IVK, University of Stuttgart
17:00 End of the event
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PROGRAM TUESDAY 18TH MARCH 2014
König-Karl-Halle 2nd floor
9:15 Plenary session (see Overview pg. 7)
10:30 Coffee break
König-Karl-Halle 2nd floor
Meidinger-Saal 1st floor
Bertha-Benz-Saal 1st floor
Innovative Vehicles
CI Engines - Components
Batteries
11:00 Urban EV Project Visio.M/Concept
Highlights and latest Prototype
Test Results
Stefan Riederer, BMW Research and
Technology
11:00 Advanced diesel fuel injection equipment... a never ending BOSCH story
Jürgen Hammer, M. Raff, D. Naber,
Robert Bosch GmbH
11:00 A123 battery life simulation and
validation test results
Roland Jeutter, A123 Systems GmbH;
J. Kessen, A123 Systems LLC
11:30 Power and efficiency – Technical
solutions for high-performance
sport cars to achieve future CO2
limits
Bernhard Bihr, G. Pieraccini, H. Hofmann,
S. Freudenstein, Bosch Engineering GmbH
11:30 Air Intake Module with cascaded
integrated indirect charge air
cooling for car diesel engines
Simon Schneider, J. Stehlig, A. Eilemann,
MAHLE Behr GmbH & Co. KG
11:30 Integrated Electronics for Intelligent
Battery Sensors
Jürgen Kernhof, A. Ghazi, M. Radovic,
ZMDI
12:00 »e-generation« - key technologies for
the next generation of electric
vehicles
Michael Dimitrov,
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
12:00 Thermal management for a light-dutyvehicle with diesel engine: Evaluation
of an optimized cooling system with
variable cooling components
Wolfgang Wenzel, J. Tsai, J. Shutty,
M. Becker, BorgWarner, Inc.; T. Buchholz,
BorgWarner Cooling Systems GmbH
12:00 Development of Active Battery
Management System for Test Car
and Test Results
Dan Jiang, M. Hübner, HTW Dresden
Advanced Driver Assistance
Systems I
Hybrid I
SI Engines - Ignition
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Tobias Flämig-Vetter
Chairperson: Prof. Karl-Ernst Noreikat
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Christian Beidl
14:00 Ego-motion estimation in urban areas
Claudius Gläser, L. Bürkle, F. Niewels,
Robert Bosch GmbH
14:00 Emission Optimal Hybrid Vehicle
Operation with Thermal Exhaust
Model
Florian Kunkel, R. Isermann,
IAT, TU Darmstadt
14:00 Spark plugs for modern engines:
Challenges and solutions
Igor Orlandini, A. Schneider, T. Ruf,
Robert Bosch GmbH
14:30 New working model for collaboration
of OEM and supplier in development
of advanced driver assistance
functionalities for series production
Ulrich Zoelch, C. Dorrer, M. Krenn, M.
Peller, P. Varadi, BMW AG; D. Böttcher,
J. Diebold, H. Stübing, Continental AG
14:30 Model-based design of hybrid
electrical vehicle devices using
automated optimization strategies
Johannes Friebe, T.-S. Dao, Maplesoft
GmbH; C. Schwarz, ISKO engineers AG
14:30 Simultaneous spatial resolved
visualization of fuel/air ratio and
residual gas distribution in an
optically accessible SI-engine
Thomas Mederer, M. Wensing, LTT,
Friedrich-Alexander-University,
Erlangen Nuremberg
15:00 An efficient environment model for
automated driving functions
Ralph Grewe, A. Hohm, S. Lüke,
Continental AG
15:00 Definition and Implementation of a
Benchmarking in order to derive Success Factors of Hybrid Power Trains
Kevin Matros, A. Albers, M. Behrendt,
F. Brezger, B. Steiger, IPEK, University
of Stuttgart; H. Holzer, W. Bohne,
BMW Group
15:00 Potential of corona ignition on CNG
engines utilizing EGR
Georg Rixecker, A. Schenk, V. Brichzin,
BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH;
M. Becker, University of Erlangen/
BorgWarner, Inc.
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Frank Gauterin
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Thiemann
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Werner Tillmetz
12:30 Lunch break
15:30 Coffee break
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König-Karl-Halle 2nd floor
9:15 Plenary session (see Overview pg. 7)
10:30 Coffee break
Reutlingen ROOM 2nd floor
Karlsruhe ROOM 1st floor
Mannheim ROOM 1st floor
Driving Dynamics I
Electrical Power Management
Production + Design I
11:00 An effective Process for trackside
Vehicle Development
Paolo Bortolussi, L. Pascali, Dr. Ing.
h.c. F. Porsche AG; N. Castrup, RWTH
Aachen University
11:00 Modular Modelling of a PEM-Fuel
Cell System for Automotive
Applications
Raphael Hans, ETAS GmbH
11:00 Experimental study of neutral fibre
shifting during hemming processes
for automotive aluminium alloys
Severin Hönle, M. Liewald, IFU,
University of Stuttgart
11:30 Integrated vehicle dynamics
control – an innovative approach
for linking multiple chassis
actuators
Lars König, B. Gutmayer, D. Merlein,
T. Walter, Bosch Engineering GmbH
11:30 Photovoltaic based inverter charger
Martin Neuburger, Esslingen University
of Applied Sciences
11:30 Virtual production planning and
dimensional accuracy prediction
of sheet metal components in the
bodyshell work
Christian Kästle, Daimler AG; M. Liewald,
K. Roll, IFU, University of Stuttgart
12:00 Linking of vehicle dynamics development tools and chassis systems
Jan-Hendrik Herold, FKFS; H.-C. Reuss,
FKFS/IVK, University of Stuttgart;
L. Pascali, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
12:00 Range extending for electric vehicle
operation in urban-regional areas
Jens Bachstein, Andreas Daberkow,
Heilbronn University of Applied
Sciences; H.-C. Reuss FKFS/IVK,
University of Stuttgart
12:00 Adaptive crash structures made ​​
of fibre reinforced plastics –
Characterization and simulation
Christian Kurzböck, T. Jost, Centre of
Excellence – Das virtuelle Fahrzeug
Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
Driving Dynamics II
FVV Projects
Production + Design II
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Oliver Sawodny
Chairperson: Dr. Karl Kollmann
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Thomas Maier
14:00 Improvement of collision avoidance
systems by using a propulsion system
for advanced brake performance
Sven Knecht, J. Neubeck, FKFS;
J. Wiedemann, FKFS/IVK, University of
Stuttgart
14:00 Characterisation of Gasoline
Biofuels regarding Combustion
Anomalies
Marco Günther, B. Morcinkowski,
F. Kremer, S. Pischinger, RWTH Aachen
University
14:00 Tribological Properties of Thermally
Sprayed Cylinder Liner Coatings
Andrei Manzat, R. Gadow,
IFKB, University of Stuttgart
14:30 Torque vectoring control for in-wheel
motor drive electric vehicles based
on state variable feedback
Yuan Feng, Z. Yu, L. Xiong, J. Liu,
Tongji University
14:30 In-cylinder causes of particle
emissions on DISI engines
Helge Dageförde, H. Kubach, T. Koch,
IFKM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
(KIT); U. Spicher, MOT GmbH
14:30 Ductility characterisation of crashrelevant body structural parts made
of aluminium
Marie-Louise Flörchinger, Graduate
School of Excellence advanced
Manufacturing Engineering, M. Liewald,
IFU, University of Stuttgart
15:00 Design of a decision maker for an
evasive or braking manoeuvre
Carlo Ackermann, R. Isermann, IAT,
TU Darmstadt; S. Min, C. Kim, Hyundai
Motor Group
15:00 Particle Number Measurement
Techniques
Thomas Maier, G. Wachtmeister,
LVK, TU Munich
15:00 Competitive Fibre Reinforced
Composites with Increased Thermal
Stability for Application in Exhaust
Systems
Patrick Weichand, R. Gadow, IFKB,
University of Stuttgart
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Ferit Kücükay
Chairperson: Prof. Nejila Parspour
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Rainer Gadow
12:30 Lunch break
15:30 Coffee break
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PROGRAM tuesday, 18TH MARCH 2014
König-Karl-Halle 2nd floor
Meidinger-Saal 1st floor
Bertha-Benz-Saal 1st floor
Vehicle Design
Emissions I
Power Supply Network
16:00 Aerodynamics Development of Road
and Racing Cars – Similarities and
Differences
Jörg Müller, J. Monchaux, AUDI AG
16:00 Advanced systems and trends for
powertrain emission measurement
Masayuki Adachi, K. Ishida, HORIBA, Ltd.
16:00 Online thermal monitoring for power
semiconductors for power electronics
of electric and hybrid electric vehicles
Manuel Warwel, G. Wittler, Esslingen
University of Applied Sciences; M. Hirsch,
Robert Bosch GmbH; H.-C. Reuss,
FKFS/IVK, University of Stuttgart
16:30 The role of aerodynamics at
Mercedes Benz
Teddy Woll, Daimler AG
16:30 Reduction of engine out emission
and fuel consumption by variable
EGR distribution in diesel under
varying fuel qualities
Thorsten Schnorbus, Y. Hu, T. Körfer,
FEV GmbH; M. Miccio, FEV Italy S.l.r.;
J. Schaub, VKA RWTH Aachen
16:30 Control concept for the electrical
integration of thermoelectric
generators into a vehicle power
supply
Jan Hendrik Carstens, C. Gühmann,
TU Berlin
17:00 Vehicle concepts of the future
Claus Ehlers, Daimler AG
17:00 Sensor based regeneration control
of a Lean Nox Trap based on a high
dynamic Nox sensor.
Bernhard Breitegger, A. Beichtbuchner,
AVL List GmbH; M. Kilinc, Continental
Automotive GmbH; C. Doppler, Centre
of Excellence – Das virtuelle Fahrzeug
Forschungsgesellschaft mbH; K. Hadl,
TU Graz
17:00 Breakthrough of an electrically
driven air-conditioning compressor
due to 48V?
Jan Ackermann, T. Steinmetz,
C. Brinkkötter, IAV GmbH; S. Hertel,
Consulting4Drive; D. Kettner,
A /C Innovations GmbH
17:30 Potentials of virtual chassis
development
Andreas Wagner, AUDI AG
17:30 Impact of engine combustion on the
reactivity of diesel soot from commercial vehicle engines
Sven Lindner, A. Massner, O. Röhl,
U. Gärtner, Daimler AG; T. Koch, IFKM,
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
17:30 48V at Mercedes-Benz – Opportunities for further applications
Michael Timmann, Daimler AG
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein
18:00 Finish
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Georg Wachtmeister
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Klaus Dietmayer
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Reutlingen room 2nd floor
Karlsruhe room 1st floor
Mannheim room 1st floor
Energetic Efficiency
Software Processes
Railway Vehicles
16:00 Pre-development validation of
an engine mounted encapsulation
approach on a vehicle as »EcoInnovation« by means of EU Regulation 725/2011
Davide Caprioli, T. Bürgin, Autoneum
Management AG
16:00 Apply ISO 26262 to large SW
Models
Heiko Dörr, I. Stuermer, Model
Engineering Solutions GmbH
16:00 Future diesel engines for railcars –
efficient and low-emission
Andreas Wegmann,
Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG
16:30 Efficient Truck Cabin Cooling With
Waste Heat during Driving and
Parking
Dirk Neumeister, R. Burk, L. Ludwig,
A. Wiebelt, MAHLE Behr GmbH & Co. KG
16:30ODX process from the view of an
automotive supplier
Dietmar Natterer, T. Ströbele, F. Krauss,
ZF Friedrichshafen AG
16:30 DynoTrain – vehicle reaction – track
quality – contact geometry in
realtime
Thomas Kolbe, R. Kratochwille,
DB Systemtechnik GmbH
17:00 Sensitivity analysis on factors
influencing the overall rolling
resistance of commercial vehicles
Werner Krantz, IVK, University of
Stuttgart; J. Neubeck, FKFS;
J. Wiedemann, FKFS/IVK, University
of Stuttgart
17:00 From SULEV ANB-Concept to
complete ECU software
(SW Development in IAV)
Olaf Friedrichs, W. Han, P. Stracke,
D. Heß, F. Bunar, S. Schirmer, IAV GmbH
17:00 Road/Rail trucks – very special rail
vehicles
Joachim Feuchter, ZWEIWEG International GmbH & Co. KG
17:30 Evaluation of the Energy Demand
for Air Conditioning by Means
of Weather and Mobility Data
Peter Megyesi, Alexander Basler,
B. Freese, M. Roth, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG; F. Gauterin, FAST,
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
17:30 Powertrain co-simulation on
top of standards
Corina Mitrohin, C. Störmer,
C. Malz, ETAS GmbH
17:30 The new light rail vehicle DT8.12
for Stuttgart
Matthias Jost, Stadler Pankow GmbH
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Horst E. Friedrich
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Karl-Ludwig Krieger
Chairperson: Prof. Dieter Bögle
18:00 Finish
from 19.00: GALA DINER at the »Alte Stuttgarter REITHALLE«
Tuesday, 18th March 2014 | 19:00: Festive Evening Reception in
the »Alte Stuttgarter Riding Hall« Maritim Hotel | Seidenstraße 34 |
70174 Stuttgart
Experience an exceptional evening of amusing entertainment.
Program: 19:00 Champagne Reception
Welcome:
Professor Michael Bargende, Board of Management FKFS and Professor
of Automotive Powertrains of The Institute for Internal Combustion
Engines and Automotive Engineering, IVK University of Stuttgart
Followed by dinner
Live Act:
Opera Nova plays Beatles songs - from Classic to Rock
Line-Up:
Werner Dannemann – Guitar, Vocals
Daniela Meta Epple – Mezzo-Soprano
Zorana Memedovic – Violin, Soprano
Wolfgang Schiller – Keyboards
End around 23.00
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PROGRAM WEDNESDAY 19TH MARCH 2014
König-Karl-Halle 2nd floor
Meidinger-Saal 1st floor
Bertha-Benz-Saal 1st floor
E-Mobility
Driving Comfort
Emissions II
Chairperson: Prof. Johann Tomforde
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Stefan Böttinger
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Thomas Koch
8:30
Electric vehicles the solution for
the future?
Gerhard Hettich, EAST Consulting
Engineering for Automotive Systems
and Technologies
8:30
Consistent assessement of chassis
relevant ride comfort on roads and
test rigs
Markus Eisenbarth, G. Boisdequin,
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG; F. Gauterin,
FAST, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
(KIT)
8:30
Exhaust Gas Treatment with Compact
DEF Mixing Section and SCR
Coated DPF for Future Emission
Standards
Tobias Ohrnberger, C. Becker, Bosch
Emission Systems GmbH; H. Härle,
Robert Bosch GmbH
9:00
The electrification of the power train
makes it possible – Realisation
of electric concept vehicles as a
source of innovation
Marco Rohe,
Schaeffler Engineering GmbH
9:00
Derivation of Disturbance Reaction
Requirements for Steering and
Suspension based on Vehicle Targets
Martin Muenster, M. Lehner, BMW AG
9:00
Analysis of pressure and air-assisted
atomisers for Urea-SCR injection in
diesel engine exhaust
Alexander Spiteri, P. Dimopoulos
Eggenschwiler, Y. Liao, Empa, Swiss
Federal Laboratories for Materials
Science and Technology
9:30
918 Spyder - Concept of a
super sports car for the future
Frank-Steffen Walliser,
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
9:30
Approach for determination of
objective characteristic parameters
to predict vehicle vibrations caused
by powertrain
Rui Cai, R. Spengler, C. Olfens, Daimler
AG; A. Albers, M. Behrendt, IPEK,
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
9:30
Effect of biofuels on particle
emissions from compression and
spark ignition engines
Ezio Mancaruso, S. Di Iorio,
P. Sementa, B. M. Vaglieco,
Istituto Motori – CNR
10:00 Coffee break
SI Engines
Hybrid II
Aerodynamics I
10:30Gasoline engine – Fit for the future
powertrain
Stefan Kampmann, R. Busch,
A. Kufferath, Robert Bosch GmbH
10:30 Approach of a method for evaluation
of hybrid drivetrains
Jörg-Michael Birkhold, J. Kerner,
L. Spiegel, I. Stache, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG; A. Albers, IPEK, Karlsruhe
Institute of Technology (KIT)
10:30 New electrical windtunnel external
balance system
Tomokazu Oyama, A & D Company
Limited; J. Bredenbeck, A & D Europe
GmbH
11:00 Blue Direct – Technology for a
worldwide market
Anton Waltner, F. Altenschmidt,
Daimler AG
11:00 Analysis of the optimum compactclass passenger car drive-line
configuration for differing usage
patterns
Marco Warth, M. Bassett, J. Hall, B. Mahr,
MAHLE Powertrain Ltd.
11:00 Prospects of experimental aerodynamics
Andreas Dillmann, DLR, Institute for
Aerodynamics and Fluid Engineering
11:30Gasoline engine – Fit for the future
powertrain
Roland Sargenti, C. Hauck, W. Buck,
J. Burckhardt, M. Gickeleiter,
D.-G. Steinhauser, H. Kristen, Dr. Ing.
h.c. F. Porsche AG
11:30 Research on the fuel-efficiency of
parallel hybrid vehicles as a basis
for the design of rule-based
operating strategies
Daniel Görke, IVK, University of Stuttgart;
M. Bargende, FKFS/IVK, University of
Stuttgart; U. Keller, N. Ruzicka,
S. Schmiedler, Daimler AG
11:30 918 Spyder – The triathlete in
aerodynamics
Christian del Gaizo, H. Maier, M. Roll,
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
12:00 The Volkswagen WRC Engine
Donatus Wichelhaus, Volkswagen
Motorsport GmbH
12:00 Co-simulation and »control orientated« modelling in the development
of a hydraulic hybrid powertrain
Agostino Gambarotta, P. Casoli,
N. Pompini, L. Riccò, University of Parma
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Stefan Pischinger
12:30 Lunch break
Chairperson: Prof. em. Dr. Günter Hohenberg
Chairperson: Dr. Teddy Woll
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Reutlingen Room 2nd floor
Karlsruhe Room 1st floor
Mannheim Room 1st floor
Alternative Powertrain +
Small Engines
Tyres
Leading edge cluster
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Cornel Stan
Chairperson: Dr. Andreas Wagner
Chairperson: Franz Loogen
8:30
Experimental study of the in-engine
variability of a free piston linear
generator
Alexander Heron, H. E. Friedrich, F. Kock,
F. Rinderknecht, J. Haag, DLR e. V.
8:30
The new Hohenheim Tyre Model for
Comfort Analysis
Paul Witzel, S. Böttinger, University of
Hohenheim
8:30
Project BIPoLplus - wireless electric
vehicle charging with 22kW
Karlheinz Baier, Daimler AG; M. Scholz,
P3 automotive GmbH
9:00
Split-crankshaft engine: concept
for a combustion engine with a
two-piece disengageable crankshaft
Johannes Bergmaier, G. Wachtmeister,
LVK, TU München; P. Fischer,
H. Pflaum, K. Stahl, FZG, TU München
9:00
Utilisation of customer-relevant
driving behaviour for reliable friction
potential estimation by scaling nonlinear tyre models
Hans-Martin Kroll, FTM, TU München;
B. Buschardt, AUDI AG; K. Schmidt, Audi
Electronics Venture GmbH; M. Lienkamp,
FTM, TU München
9:00
ELISE – a telematic data gateway
for electric vehicles
Thomas Kotschenreuther, A. Rupalla,
RA Consulting GmbH
9:30
Potential of fuel-injection in twostroke gasoline engines for use in
hand-held power tools
Armin Kölmel, T. Gegg, S. Meyer,
ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG; A. Trattner,
R. Kirchberger, H. Eichlseder, TU Graz
9:30
Reference testing method for
rolling resistance tyre evaluation
Jakub Vidner, Kistler Automotive GmbH;
F. Masera, BiA Italia; O. Chabut, Kistler
France SASU
9:30
Epromo: Cluster Project to research
on process modular manufacturing
assembly and testing concepts for
the production of electrical traction
motors
Günther Heidmann, teamtechnik
Maschinen und Anlagen GmbH
10:00 Coffee break
Electronic Architecture
Simulation + Analysis I
Vehicle Acoustics
10:30 Real-Time Metrics for Automotive
Ethernet Architectures
Kai Richter, S. Schliecker,
Symtavision GmbH
10:30 Constraints of the combustion
process for a supercharged
DISI-engine for applications in
motorsports
Christian Pötsch, R. Kudicke, G. Wachtmeister, LVK, TU München; D. Wichelhaus, Volkswagen Motorsport GmbH
10:30 Identification and definition of
acoustic relevant limit values for
electric vehicles
Jan Fischer, A. Albers, M. Behrendt,
IPEK, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
(KIT); D. Lieske, Daimler AG
11:00 High data rates and short latencies
for future vehicle networks – Have
conventional microcontroller
concepts reached their limits?
Burkhard Triess, U. Lauff, ETAS GmbH
11:00 Multi-Component Modelling of Liquid
Fuel for an Improved Analysis of
Fuel-Dependent Processes
Marlene Wentsch, A. Perrone, M. Chiodi,
FKFS; M. Bargende, FKFS/IVK,
University of Stuttgart; D. Wichelhaus,
Volkswagen Motorsport GmbH
11:00 Comparison of vehicle rolling noise
on the test bench and on the road
Boris Boskovic, Stuttgart University of
Applied Sciences; M. Krämer,
P. Brandstätt, Fraunhofer Institute for
Building Physics
11:30 What CAN FD offers for automotive
networking
Harald Eisele, Adam Opel AG;
K. P. Orlando, General Motors
11:30 Lumped-parameter modelling and
analysis of automotive waste heat
recovery system based on an organic
rankine cycle
Marcello Canova, L. Fiorentini, The Ohio
State University; A. Gambarotta,
M. Crialesi-Esposito, University of Parma;
K. Laboe, M. Zajac, Chrysler Group LLC
11:30 Wind noise testing at the full scale
aeroacoustic wind tunnel of Shanghai
Automotive Wind Tunnel Center
Yinzhi He, Z. Yang, Shanghai Automotive
Wind Tunnel Center
12:00 Localising minor damages in cars
by means of structure-borne sound
analysis
Andre Kneifel, J. Harmstorf,
S. Gontscharov, K.- L. Krieger, ITEM,
University of Bremen; K. H. Hellbernd,
Hella Fahrzeugkomponenten GmbH
12:00 Lean Stratified Turbocharged Gasoline Engines to Meet Emissions and
Fuel Economy Targets in 2018
Richard Osborne, C. Rouand, K. Pendlebury, M. Keenan, Ricardo UK; S. Edwards,
T. Hametner, Ricardo Deutschland;
D. Walters, P. Bowen, Cardiff University
12:00 Active versus passive Sound
systems for intake system
Matthias Alex, B. Huurdeman,
Mann+Hummel GmbH
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Clemens Gühmann
12:30 Lunch break
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Roland Baar
Chairperson: Dr. Detlef Schulze-Fehrenbach
14
PROGRAM mittwoch 19TH MARCH 2014
König-Karl-Halle 2nd floor
Meidinger-Saal 1st floor
Bertha-Benz-Saal 1st floor
CI Engines
Vehicle Concepts
Aerodynamics II
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Peter Eilts
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Thomas Vietor
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Andreas Dillmann
13:30 With diesel into the age of super
ultra low emission vehicles
Jürgen Gerhardt, H. Lüders, D. Samuelsen,
S. Scherer, M. Strobel, Robert Bosch
GmbH
13:30 [email protected] - »Synergies Through the
Integration of Independent Electric
Motors with a Lightweight Suspension under Consideration of Intelligent Driving Strategies«
Andreas Höfer, H. Friedrich, A. Schumann,
V. Bosch, DLR e. V.; A. Wiesebrock,
IVK, University of Stuttgart
13:30 Optimization of climatic wind tunnel
operation by analyzing influences
of relative humidity on the temperatures of vehicle components
Andrea Nati, BMW AG
14:00 Combination of electrically heated
cat and SCRF for demanding V-TDI
projects
Stefan Möhn, U. Weiß, Z. G. Pamio,
H. Lörch, J. M. Haas, AUDI AG
14:00 Analysis of new freedom in future
vehicle interiors
Theodoros Tzivanopoulos, J. Stieg,
Volkswagen Konzernforschung –
Volkswagen Group Research Wolfsburg; P. Krasteva, T. Vietor, IK, TU
Braunschweig
14:00On-road aerodynamic efficiency
under realistic transient wind
conditions
Ales Alajbegovic, B. Duncan,
J. Gargoloff, Exa Corporation
14:30 Diesel engine and aftertreatment
strategies to meet real driving
emissions legislation
Roscoe Sellers, A. Ward, Ricardo UK;
T. Hametner, Ricardo Deutschland
GmbH
14:30 Analysis of Chinese Market
demands concerning chassis
attributes
Felix Schröder, A. Wagner, AUDI AG
14:30 Numerical Aeroacoustics at
Mercedes Benz – Progress and
Challenges
Volker Schwarz, M. Eiselt, M. Maihöfer,
A. Schell, H. Tokuno, R. Toppinga,
Daimler AG
15:00 Coffee break
König-Karl-Halle 2nd floor
15:30 Plenary Session and Panel Discussion (see Overview pg. 7)
17:00 End of Conference
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Reutlingen ROOM 2nd floor
Karlsruhe ROOM 1st floor
Mannheim ROOM 1st floor
Advanced Driver Assistance
Systems II
Simulation + Analysis II
Drivertrain Testing
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Klaus Müller-Glaser
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Helmut Eichlseder
Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Berhard Geringer
13:30 ECODyNIS - »Ensured Electro-Mobility and Effective CO2-Reduction by
Dynamical Navigation in Settlements
using Traffic Information via Digital
Radio«
Gert Siegle, ECODyNIS-Konsortium
13:30 Model-based Calibration of Engine
Controller Using Transient Design
of Experiments
Nils Tietze, Bosch Engineering GmbH;
U. Konigorski, TU Darmstadt; C. Fleck,
T.-D. Nguyen-Tuong, Robert Bosch
GmbH/Corporate Research
13:30 The chassis dynamometer as a real
world driving environment
Till Weber, C. Beidl, vkm, TU Darmstadt;
T. Düser, AVL Zöllner GmbH; C. Gietzelt,
TÜV Hessen
14:00 Robust traction control coordinated with driver intention
Chi JIN, L. Xiong, Y. Chen, Tongji
University
14:00 TRSim Air Path – A Library to
Simulate the Air Path of Any Diesel
Engine
Christian Bessai, F. Cornelius, D. Heß,
P. M. Isaac Delso, IAV GmbH
14:00 Model-based load change reaction
optimization using vehicle drivetrain
test beds
Julien Pillas, F. Kirschbaum,
Daimler AG
14:30 Automatic cruise control for electric
vehicles – Statistical consumption
and driver acceptance analysis in a
representative test person study
on public roads
Andreas Freuer, M. Grimm, FKFS;
H.-C. Reuss, FKFS/IVK, University of
Stuttgart
14:30 Precise simulation of diesel engine
emissions by coupling 1-D with
data-based models
Thorsten Huber, T. Kruse, ETAS GmbH;
G. Cornetti, Robert Bosch GmbH
14:30 Hardware-software co-simulation
for the control of an engine testbed
Josef Zehetner, M. Benedikt, Virtual
Vehicle Research Center; M. Wierse,
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG; H. Kokal,
M. Paulweber, AVL List GmbH;
G. Stettinger,Alpen-Adria University,
Klagenfurt; B. Toye, Porsche Engineering Services GmbH
15:00 Coffee break
König-Karl-Halle 2nd floor
15:30 Plenary Session and Panel Discussion (see Overview pg. 7)
17:00 End of Conference
16
Speakers, Chairpersons, Advisory Board members
Carlo Ackermann
rtm, TU Darmstadt
Christian del Gaizo
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Jürgen Gerhardt
Robert Bosch GmbH
Jan Ackermann
IAV GmbH
Dr. Volkmar Denner
Robert Bosch GmbH
Prof. Dr. Berhard Geringer
ifa, TU Wien
Dr. Masayuki Adachi
HORIBA, Ltd.
Prof. Dr. Klaus Dietmayer
University of Ulm
Dr. Claudius Gläser
Robert Bosch GmbH
Dr. Ales Alajbegovic
Exa Corporation
Prof. Dr. Andreas Dillmann
DLR, Institute for Aerodynamics
and Flow Technology
Daniel Görke
IVK, University of Stuttgart
Matthias Alex
Mann+Hummel GmbH
Prof. Dr. Roland Baar
TU Berlin
Jens Bachstein
Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences
Karlheinz Baier
Daimler AG
Prof. Dr. Michael Bargende
FKFS/IVK, University of Stuttgart
Alexander Basler
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Prof. Dr. Christian Beidl
vkm, TU Darmstadt
Johannes Bergmaier
lvk, TU Munich
Christian Bessai
IAV GmbH
Bernhard Bihr
Bosch Engineering GmbH
Jean-Michel Billig
Renault SAS
Dr. Jörg-Michael Birkhold
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Prof. Dieter Bögle
Prof. Dr. Stefan Böttinger
University of Hohenheim
Paolo Bortolussi
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Michael Dimitrov
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Dr. Heiko Dörr
Model Engineering Solutions
Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein
ika, RWTH Aachen
Dr. Claus Ehlers
Daimler AG
Prof. Dr. Helmut Eichlseder
IVT, TU Graz
Prof. Dr. Peter Eilts
ivb, TU Braunschweig
Harald Eisele
Adam Opel AG
Markus Eisenbarth
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Prof. em. Dr. Ulf Essers
FKFS/IVK, University of Stuttgart
Yuan Feng
Tongji University
Joachim Feuchter
ZWEIWEG International GmbH & Co. KG
Jan Fischer
IPEK, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Prof. Dr. Tobias Flämig-Vetter
Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State
University
Boris Boskovic
Stuttgart University of Applied Sciences
Marie-Louise Flörchinger
Graduate School of Excellence advanced
Manufacturing Engineering, IFU, University
of Stuttgart
Bernhard Breitegger
AVL List GmbH
Andreas Freuer
FKFS
Dr. Volker Brichzin
BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH
Dr. Johannes Friebe
Maplesoft GmbH
Rui Cai
Daimler AG
Prof. Dr. Horst E. Friedrich
DLR e. V.
Marcello Canova
The Ohio State University
Olaf Friedrichs
IAV GmbH
Dr. Davide Caprioli
Autoneum Management AG
Prof. Dr. Rainer Gadow
IFKB, University of Stuttgart
Jan Handrik Carstens
TU Berlin
Prof. Agostino Gambarotta
University of Parma
Andreas Daberkow
Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences
Prof. Dr. Frank Gauterin
FAST, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Helge Dageförde
FKM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Ralph Grewe
Continental
Prof. Dr. Clemens Gühmann
TU Berlin
Marco Günther
RWTH Aachen University
Prof. Dr. Lino Guzzella
ETH Zürich
Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hammer
Robert Bosch GmbH
Raphael Hans
ETAS GmbH
Wolfgang Hatz
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Dr. Yinzhi He
Shanghai Automotive Wind Tunnel Center
Günther Heidmann
teamtechnik Maschinen und Anlagen GmbH
Jan-Hendrik Herold
FKFS
Alexander Heron
DLR e. V.
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Hettich
EAST Consulting Engineering for Automotive
Systems and Technologies
Prof. em. Dr. Günter Hohenberg
IVD Prof. Hohenberg GmbH
Andreas Höfer
DLR e. V.
Severin Hönle
IFU, University of Stuttgart
Thorsten Huber
ETAS GmbH
Margret Hucko
SPIEGEL ONLINE GmbH
Roland Jeutter
A123 Systems GmbH
Dan Jiang
HTW Dresden
Chi Jin
Tongji Univeristy
Matthias Jost
Stadler Pankow GmbH
Dr. Stefan Kampmann
Robert Bosch GmbH
Christian Kästle
Daimler AG
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Dr. Jürgen Kernhof
ZMDI
Silke Krebs
Minister in the State Ministry
Baden-Württemberg
Sven Knecht
FKFS
Prof. Dr. Karl-Ludwig Krieger
ITEM, University of Bremen
Andre Kneifel
ITEM, University of Bremen
Prof. Dr. Thomas Koch
IFKM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Prof. Dr. Herbert Kohler
Daimler AG
Thomas Kolbe
DB Systemtechnik GmbH
Dr. Karl Kollmann
Dr. Armin Kölmel
ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG
Dr. Lars König
Bosch Engineering GmbH
Hans-Martin Kroll
FTM, TU Munich
Prof. Dr. Ferit Kücükay
IfF, TU Braunschweig
Peter Megyesi
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Christian Kurzböck
Centre of Excellence – Das virtuelle
Fahrzeug Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
Dr. Corina Mitrohin
ETAS GmbH
Franz Loogen
e-mobil BW GmbH
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Dr. Reiner Künzel
MAHLE International GmbH
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lvk, TU Munich
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Andrei Manzat
IFKB, University of Stuttgart
Thomas Mederer
LTT, Friedrich-Alexander University,
Erlangen Nuremberg
Sven Lindner
Daimler AG
Dr. Werner Krantz
IVK, University of Stuttgart
Dr. Ezio Mancaruso
Istituto Motori – CNR
Florian Kunkel
IAT, TU Darmstadt
Dr. Rolf Leonhard
Robert Bosch GmbH
Thomas Kotschenreuther
RA Consulting GmbH
Prof. Dr. Thomas Maier
IKTD, University of Stuttgart
Stefan Möhn
AUDI AG
Dr. Jörg Müller
AUDI AG
Prof. Dr. Klaus Müller-Glaser
ITIV, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Martin Münster
BMW AG
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Speakers, Chairpersons, Advisory Board members
Andrea Nati
BMW AG
Dr. Volker Schwarz
Daimler AG
Till Weber
vkm, TU Darmstadt
Dietmar Natterer
ZF Friedrichshafen AG
Roscoe Sellers
Ricardo UK
Andreas Wegmann
Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG
Dr. Harald Naunheimer
ZF Friedrichshafen AG
Wolfgang Siebenpfeiffer
ATZ/MTZ/ATZelektronik
Patrick Weichand
IFKB, University of Stuttgart
Prof. Martin Neuburger
Esslingen University of Applied Sciences
Prof. Dr. Gert Siegle
ECODyNIS-Konsortium
Marlene Wentsch
FKFS
Dr. Dirk Neumeister
MAHLE Behr GmbH & Co. KG
Alexander Spiteri
Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for
Materials Science and Technology
Dr. Wolfgang Wenzel
BorgWarner, Inc.
Prof. Karl-Ernst Noreikat
NorCon
Dr. Tobias Ohrnberger
Bosch Emission Systems GmbH
Dr. Igor Orlandini
Robert Bosch GmbH
Dr. Richard Osborne
Ricardo UK
Tomokazu Oyama
A&D Europe GmbH
Prof. Nejila Parspour
IEW, University of Stuttgart
Julien Pillas
Daimler AG
Prof. Dr. Cornel Stan
Research and Transfer Centre e.V.
at the West Saxon University of Applied
Sciences of Zwickau
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Thiemann
HSU Hamburg
Nils Tietze
Bosch Engineering GmbH
Prof. Dr. Werner Tillmetz
Centre for Solar Energy and
Hydrogen Research BW
Michael Timmann
Daimler AG
Prof. Dr. Stefan Pischinger
VKA, RWTH Aachen University
Prof. Johann Tomforde
Competence & Design Center
for Mobility Innovations
Christian Pötsch
lvk, TU Munich
Burkhard Triess
ETAS GmbH
Brigit Priemer
auto motor und sport
Theodoros Tzivanopoulos
Volkswagen Konzernforschung – Volkswagen
Group Research Wolfsburg
Prof. Dr. Wolfram Ressel
University of Stuttgart
Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss
FKFS/IVK, University of Stuttgart
Dr. Kai Richter
Symtavision GmbH
Dr. Stefan Riederer
BMW Forschung und Technik
Dr. Georg Rixecker
BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH
Marco Rohe
Schaeffler Engineering GmbH
Dr. Roland Sargenti
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Prof. Dr. Oliver Sawodny
ISYS, University of Stuttgart
Dr. Simon Schneider
MAHLE Behr GmbH & Co. KG
Dr. Thorsten Schnorbus
FEV GmbH
Felix Schröder
AUDI AG
Dr. Detlef Schulze-Fehrenbach
Daimler AG
Franz Untersteller MdL
Minister for the Environment, Climate
Protection and The Energy Sector
Baden-Württemberg
Jakub Vidner
Kistler Automotive GmbH
Prof. Dr. Thomas Vietor
ikt, TU Braunschweig
Prof. Dr. Georg Wachtmeister
LVK, TU Munich
Dr. Andreas Wagner
AUDI AG
Dr. Frank-Steffen Walliser
Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG
Anton Waltner
Daimler AG
Dr. Wolfgang Warnecke
Deutsche Shell Holding GmbH
Dr. Marco Warth
MAHLE Powertrain Ltd.
Manuel Warwel
Esslingen University of Applied Sciences
Alfred Weber
Mann+Hummel GmbH
Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber
Daimler AG
Dr. Donatus Wichelhaus
Volkswagen Motorsport GmbH
Dr. Achim Wiebelt
MAHLE Behr GmbH & Co. KG
Prof. Dr. Jochen Wiedemann
FKFS/IVK, University of Stuttgart
Dr. Martin Wierse
Modine Europe GmbH
Paul Witzel
University of Hohenheim
Dr. Teddy Woll
Daimler AG
Wolfgang Zahn
ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG
Dr. Josef Zehetner
Virtual Vehicle Research Center
Dr. Ulrich Zoelch
BMW Group
1+1
=
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Behr is becoming part of the MAHLE Group. At 10 major research and development
centers in Stuttgart (Bad Cannstatt, Feuerbach), Northampton, Detroit (Farmington Hills,
Troy), Tokyo (Kawagoe, Okegawa), Shanghai, Pune, and São Paulo (Jundiaí), over
4,000 engineers and technicians are now working on the ongoing development of
the automobile and powertrain.
Together, they are facing global challenges in these research and development centers,
particularly with respect to reduced fuel consumption and lower emissions, as well as
improved comfort. Solutions are also found for local customers that are tailored to the
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Call for papers – 17 th and 18 th March 2015
15th Stuttgart International Symposium
We invite you to submit a lecture proposal.
TOPICS IN 2015
CALL FOR PAPERS
››Automotive Engineering
› Aerodynamics/Aeroacoustic
› Design
› Energy and Thermal Management
› Driver Models
› Vehicle Dynamics, Chassis and Suspension Systems
› Vehicles in the light of Demographic Change
› Vehicle Concepts
› Vehicle Safety
› Body Engineering and Lightweight Design
› Noise, Vibration and Harshness
› Tires and Tire Models
Are you interested in presenting a paper on one of these subjects? Please
submit your paper proposal on our website www.fkfs.de/symposium on
1 December 2013 on the earliest.
››AUTOMOTIVE POWERTRAINS
› Diesel, Gasoline and Gaseous Fuel Powered Engines:
Injection, Mixture Formation and Combustion;
Engine Charge Cycle and Charging;
Emissions and Exhaust After-Treatment;
Acoustics, Mechanics, Cooling and Thermal Management
› Hybrid Technology
› Electric Powertrains and Traction Batteries
› Transmission, Ancillaries and Components
› Measuring and Testing Technology
› Alternative Fuels and Powertrain Concepts
››AUTOMOTIVE Electronics and Software
› Driver Assistance Systems
› Electric Mobility, Battery Charging Systems and Strategies
› Power Electronics and On-Board Power Supply
› Sensors and Actuators
› Networking and Systems Architecture
› Diagnosis and Testing
› Software and Development
››Production, ENGINEERING DESIGN AND MATERIAL TECHNOLOGY
› Versatile Production
› Energy Storage
› Multi-Material-Mix
› Biomechanical Aspects in Production/Ergonomics
› Engineering Design
› CAX Methods
› Precision/Production/Power/Forming/Energy and Traffic Engineering
› Materials Technology, including Plastics Technology
Lecture Languages
German and English with simultaneous interpretation.
Presentations with English titles are given in English.
Closing Date 31st May 2014
Your submission proposal should contain:
››Title of the presentation in German and English (max. 100 characters,
including spaces)
››Name of the presenter and any co-authors, company address, phone
number and e-mail address
››Main points of the paper‘s contents and a short abstract in English (max. 1,500 characters)
››Relation to one of the above topics
››Brief information about innovative value of work
Time Schedule
Submission of abstracts: 31st May 2014
Notification of authors: 19th September 2014
Submission of lecture manuscripts 9th January 2015
The event program will be published in November 2014.
INFORMATION
FKFS Research Institute of Automotive Engineering and
Vehicle Engines Stuttgart | Uta Fuchs | Pfaffenwaldring 12
70569 Stuttgart | Phone +49 711 70685-65628 | [email protected]
www.fkfs.de
PARTICIPANTS
The Stuttgart Symposium is adressed to employees of car manufacturers
and their suppliers in the fields of research and development as well
as development service providers, software companies and universities.
Accompanying EXHIBITION
Take this opportunity to present your latest products and services to
the public at the conference in our exclusive exhibition.
Receive more information at:
FKFS | Susanne Jenisch | Phone +49 711 685 - 65612
[email protected]
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Organizers
the Organizer
FKFS – Research Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle
Engines Stuttgart
FKFS is an independent institute and provedes research and development
services for the international automotive industry. The Institute offers
highly specialized test stands and test facilities with a unique range of
self-developed measurement and testing, years of experience with
the development of simulation tools and excellent know-how of the
employees. www.fkfs.de
Participants
The Stuttgart Symposium is aimed at managers and employees of car
manufacturers and their suppliers in the fields of research and
development, manufacturing, aerodynamics, simulation, drive and
transmission, as well as development service providers, software
companies and universities.
Cooperation
FVV – Research Association for Combustion Engines
Professional Congress Organizer
The FVV – founded in 1956 – has developed itself to the world’s unique
network of research in engines and turbomachinery. It promotes the
collective, pre-competitive research in the industry and joins industrial
efficiency and emissions of engines and turbines continuously – for the
benefits of the economy, environment and society. www.fvv-net.de
If you have any questions relating to the symposium, please do not
hesitate to contact us.
EMENDO Event & Congress | Office Region Stuttgart | Esslinger Str. 1
73765 Neuhausen | Phone: +49 711 4605376-8 | Fax: +49 711 4605376-9
[email protected] | www.emendo-events.de
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Exhibition
Exhibition
On Tuesday and Wednesday, an accompanying exhibition will take place in the foyers of the event facilities. Manufacturers and suppliers to the
automotive industry will present the latest developments in vehicle, engine and measurement technology.
Exhibition maps and detailed exhibitor profiles are available on site. Find out about the exhibitors www.fkfs.de/symposium or check out the new
app for your Smartphone.
Exhibition opening times:
Tuesday 18th March 2014 | 8:00 – 18:00
Wednesday 19th March 2014 | 8:00 – 17:00
If you are also interested in being present as an exhibitor at the symposium, please contact
EMENDO Event & Congress | Phone +49 711 4605376-8 | [email protected]
List of exhibitors 14th Symposium 2014
A&D Europe GmbH | ATZ/MTZ | AVL LIST GmbH | BorgWarner | CD-adapco | Centro Estero per l’Internazionalizzazione s.c.p.a. | CFDnetwork GmbH
Controlled Power Technologies Ltd. | DAIMLER AG | Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR) | dSPACE GmbH
ElringKlinger Motortechnik GmbH | e-mobil BW GmbH | ETAS GmbH | FEV GmbH | Forschungsinstitut für Kraftfahrwesen und Fahrzeugmotoren
Stuttgart (FKFS) | HEAD acoustics GmbH | Hidria AET d.o.o. | IAV GmbH | Kistler Instrumente GmbH | MAHLE GmbH | MANN + HUMMEL GmbH
Microflown Technologies BV | Model Engineering Solutions GmbH | Austrian Foreign Trade Centre | OVALO GmbH
Robert Bosch GmbH | Schaeffler Engineering GmbH | Springer Vieweg | Springer DE | TheSys GmbH | Vector Informatik GmbH
As at: October 2013
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Information about the Conference
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Directions
B27
Information on transport at: www.hausderwirtschaft.de
Haus der Wirtschaft | Willy-Bleicher-Straße 19 | 70174 Stuttgart
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Catering
During the break times you are welcome to use one of the three catering
stations. These can be found in the exhibition area of the Eyth and List
hall and next to the König-Karl-Hall. Lunch, cold drinks and coffee breaks
are included in the Symposium price.
Contact information
hotel
For questions about the event please contact:
[email protected] | Phone +49 711 4605376-8
In numerous hotels of different price ranges we have established an
on-call contingency for you. For more information please visit the
website www.hrs.de/stuttgarter symposium or directly contact
our hotel reservation service
Internet
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B27
Tübingen
A81
WiFi Hotspots are available on site. If you need access, you should
contact the staff at the registration counter on site.
Parking
Hofdienergarage: Access via Schellingstraße.
The maximum daily rate is €12.
© Haus der Wirtschaft, Stuttgart
HRS Hotline (Available 24 hours)
Phone: +49 221 2077600
Fax: +49 221 2077666
E-Mail: [email protected]
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The event ticket Deutsche Bahn can be obtained over the
Hotline +49 1806 311153 (€ 0,30/call from a German landline (mobile
network tariffs vary), using the keyword »FKFS«.
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With the Event Ticket Deutsche Bahn you travel from € 99 to Stuttgart and
back, regardless of which station in Germany.
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Information for arrival by public transport, please visit the website for
public transport at: www.vvs.de
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›› Tram: lines S1 to S6, stop estelle city center (Stadtmitte)
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Rooms & Halls
Conference
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Exhibition
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Foyer
Reception | Coatroom
main entrance
Willy-Bleicher-Straße 19
Registration
Language
The registration desk is located in the foyer on the 1st floor.
The official symposium language is German. However, there will be
some lectures in English. In addition, all presentations will be simultaneously interpreted in both directions (except for presentations in the
conference rooms of Mannheim and Karlsruhe):
Opening times:
Tuesday 18th March 2014 | 8:00 – 18:30 Uhr
Wednesday 19th March 2014 | 7:30 – 17:30 Uhr
Phone +49 711 4605376-8
Shuttle service
With friendly support of AUDI AG and Daimler AG, you may take
advantage of a free shuttle service and be driven to your hotel, the
airport or train station.
Please book your travel request at the Information Counter on the
2nd floor in front of the König-Karl-Hall.
In the morning there is a shuttle service from the Maritim Hotel to
the Haus der Wirtschaft.
Please consider that only transfers in the Stuttgart area are provided.
German – English and English – German
The interpreting equipment required for this can be obtained at the
registration counter on site. To borrow interpreting equipment, have
the bar code on your name plate ready.
TAXI PHONE NUMBERS
TaxiAutoZentrale Stuttgart | Phone: +49 711 5510000
Taxi fare between Stuttgart Airport and Haus der Wirtschaft: approx. € 30
Taxi fare between Stuttgart Main Train Station and Haus der Wirtschaft:
approx. € 7
Event Location
Haus der Wirtschaft | Willy-Bleicher-Straße 19 | 70174 Stuttgart
Phone +49 711 123-0 | www.hausderwirtschaft.de
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Participant Information
Fees
Payment
Symposium participation fee
Participants with university discount
€ 995 excl. VAT
€ 495 excl. VAT
Day ticket
Day ticket with university discount
€ 595 excl. VAT
€ 395 excl. VAT
After your online registration, you have the choice of online payment (by
debit, credit card or PayPal), as well as payment by invoice. When you
log in to the registration fax form on the last page of this program booklet,
you will subsequently receive an invoice. The payment on site is only
possible by credit card or ATM card, cash can not be accepted.
The participation fee includes:
››Access to all events on both days and with a day ticket
(respectively for the day booked)
››Conference documentation
››Lunch, cold drinks and coffee at break times
››Access to the formal evening reception on18th March 2014
Students
€ 77 including VAT
For students of the University of Stuttgart a limited number of free
tickets are available. These can be collected upon presentation of the
certificate of enrollment of:
Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive
Engineering IVK Further information: [email protected]
Terms & Conditions of Participation of
Companies
1 General
The Research Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines
Stuttgart FKFS, Pfaffenwaldring 12, 70569 Stuttgart is organising the
14th Stuttgart International Symposium on Automotive and Engine
Technology 2014.These Terms & Conditions apply for the registration of
the 14th Stuttgart International Symposium. Other agreements must
be confirmed in writing by FKFS.
2 Registration and Confirmation
You can check the registration portal, log in via email, fax or mail. After
your registration you will receive a written confirmation.Your data will
be electronically stored in a database for internal purposes. It will not
be passed on to third parties.
3 Cancellation of a participant
If cancellation occurs before 18 February 2014 a processing fee of € 50.00
will be charged. In case of cancellation before 4 March 2014, a processing
fee in the amount of 50 % of the bill will be charged. Subsequently the
processing fee is equivalent to the amount of the registration fee. The
same applies if the participant fails to appear. The cancellation must be
in written form. Relevant for the term protection is the date of the
postmark. We are happy to accept a substitute participant at no additional
cost.
4 Cancellation by the organizer
For short-term default of a speaker due to force majeure, illness, accident
or any other circumstances the FKFS is not responsible for, another
qualified person is appointed to the exclusion of any claims for damages.
FKFS reserves the possibility of a final cancellation of the event due to
technical or organizational reasons, such as failure to achieve the
minimum number of participants, force majeure or other circumstances
the FKFS is not responsible for. Already paid participation fees will then
be refunded. Any further claim for reimbursement of expenses shall not
exist.
5 Participation fee and conditions of payment
We ask for payment within 14 days after receipt of invoice. The participation
fee for the complete conference includes access to all events on both
days, the conference documentation, lunch at the venue each day, refreshments and participation in formal evening reception. When booking
a day ticket the admission is limited to all events on a particular day.
The remaining services are not affected by this restriction.
6 Copyright
The conference documentation may not be reproduced or distributed to
third parties without written consent from FKFS. Audio and video
recordings of the event are not allowed.
7 Applicable law and jurisdiction
German law applies. Jurisdiction is Stuttgart. These Terms and Conditions
exist in German and English. In the event of a discrepancy or ambiguity,
the German version is binding.
8 Other provisions
Should one or more provisions of the conditions be or become invalid, the
validity of the remaining terms and conditions remain unaffected.
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Registration
18 TH AND 19 TH MARCH 2014 | STUTTGART
EMENDO Event & Congress
Office Region Stuttgart
Esslinger Str. 1
73765 Neuhausen a.d.F.
Germany
By Fax to:
+49 711 46053769
The online registration for the symposium is available on the
Website www.fkfs.de/symposium or simply scan the adjacent QR
code.
Registration Details
Surname
First Name
Academic Title
Company | Institution
Department
Position
Participation Fee
University Staff
€ 995,– (excl. VAT)
€ 495,– (excl. VAT)
Day Ticket € 595,– (excl. VAT)
University Staff € 395,– (excl. VAT)
18th March 2014
19th March 2014
Students € 77,- (incl. VAT)
For students of the University of Stuttgart a limited number of free
tickets are available. These can be collected upon presentation of
the certificate of enrollment of: Institute for Internal Combustion
Engines and Automotive Engineering IVK
For more information: [email protected]
Participation at the Evening Reception
ON 18TH MARCH 2014
I will bring an accompanying person along to the evening reception
for the price of € 100,– (excl. VAT).
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Postcode | City
Please Complete
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official list of participants.
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Phone | Fax
E-Mail
I agree that I will be listed as participant in the official smartphone
app »ISS 2014« for the symposium. I am aware that other users can
send me personal messages via the app.
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I have read and accepted the terms and conditions on page 26 with my
signature. I agree that my data will be stored for congress-related
purposes.
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Date, Signature
Within a few days after booking you will receive a confirmation e-mail
and an invoice. Please enter your e-mail address legibly for this.
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