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We love research. And we love sharing our knowledge and science. The variety of topics around prime movers is great: alternative fuels – components, lubricants and materials – acoustics, mechanics and friction – climate and air emissions and, of course, advanced engineering and development tools to construct and design high-efficiency and ultra low emission turbomachinery and internal combustion engines (CI and SI). Our innovation network includes around 170 companies and more than 100 research centers, institutes and universities in Germany and Europe. Our newsletter, media information and publications as well as the articles in our partner magazines MTZ / ATZ will give you an insight into the research output of the FVV. And if you do not find what you are looking for, please let us know. We’re here to help!
Petra Tutsch, Communications

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The Transformation of the Automotive Industry: 19th Stuttgart International Symposium "Automotive and Engine Technology"

The Stuttgart International Symposium is established as one of the most important discussion forums in the field of vehicle and engine development with about 900 participants // More than 100...

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Energy sources and powertrain systems: 6th International Engine Congress 2019

The place to be for the IC engine community // In the spotlight: Energy systems and powertrains 2050 // Main topics: Engines and fuels forming an integrated system // Keynote speaker Dr Ulrich Kramer...

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Better calculations, less CO2: FVV awards the Hans Dinger Prize 2018 to young researchers

The Hans Dinger Prize was awarded for the 7th time this year // The first three prizes were awarded for outstanding scientific work in the research fields of »development tools« and »materials« in the...

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For members and friends of the FVV we issue for free an electronic newsletter. It informs you regularly about news from our innovation network and interesting facts about industrial joint research and technology promotion. The subscription is free and can be stopped at any time. Sign up now!

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Frankfurt/M., 22.11.2017

Prof. Dr. Peter Gutzmer elected new President of the FVV

Prof. Dr. Peter Gutzmer (Schaeffler AG) was elected as the new President of the FVV (Forschungsvereinigung Verbrennungskraftmaschinen | Research Association for Combustion Engines) at the autumn meeting of the FVV Board held in Frankfurt/M. on 17 November 2017. At the same time, Kai Knickmann (MANN+HUMMEL GmbH) was elected as Deputy President.

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Frankfurt/M., 01.06.2017

More power. Less cost. FVV starts research on advanced fuel cells for 2025

FVV | The Research Association for Combustion Engines is committed to the further development of the fuel cell. The aim is to make emission-free long-range and freight mobility affordable. A new planning group led by Dr Merten Jung (BMW) has started work and is now launching the first research projects.

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Discover with us the worlds leading specialist magazines

The FVV cooperates with the national and international magazines for automotive and engine technology development – MTZ worldwide | Motortechnische Zeitung and ATZ worldwide | Automobiltechnische Zeitschrift. The FVV research and technology (RTD) performers report regularly on technically interesting results from industrial collective research projects and, three times a year, we give an overview on our current research priorities.

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Here you will find up-to-date presentations, publications and documentation materials (eg logos). Templates and form sheets for project administration in the context of industrial collective research (eg guidelines or templates for project outlines for FVV members and RTD performers only) can be found in the menu under »Research«.

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