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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 presentations of this international event and the parallel technical exhibition combine proven solutions with innovative concepts // Focus topic: The Transformation of the Automotive Industry // As always, the FVV is represented with three presentations
The 20th Stuttgart International Symposium "Automotive and Engine Technology" will take place in Stuttgart from 17 – 18 March 2020.
The zero carbon car – technical challenges of the future
The mobility transition and intermodal mobility; car sharing versus shared space, digitalization, automation and networking, e-fuels, batteries or fuel cells after all? The current discussions concerning the future of personal transport are generally characterized by uncertainty and open questions, rather than clear answers and confidence. This is perturbing the industry: unsettling it on the one hand and on the other hand making it more important than ever to get to grips with the issues involved.
With its focus on “The challenges of future technology” and its diverse program of lectures, the 20th Stuttgart International Symposium grapples with these questions. It hopes to help the industry approach these future-related topics and provide a platform for – potentially controversial – discussions.
As always, the FVV is represented with a briefing session on milestone projects:
Chairman: Dietmar Goericke
1301 | NO2 / HCHO Lean Gas Engine: Investigation of mechanisms and thermodynamic conditions influencing in-cylinder formation of NO2 and HCHO in lean gas engines | Denis Notheis, Prof. Dr. Matthias Olzmann (IFKM | Karlsruher Institut für Technologie), Dr. Frank P. Zimmermann (Daimler AG)
1253 | Fuels for PHEV Vehicles: Investigation of interactions between fuels and fuel leading components in Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV) | Wilfried Plum, Sebastian Feldhoff (OWI Oel-Waerme-Institut gGmbH), Jens Staufenbiel, Prof. Dr. Markus Jakob (Hochschule Coburg), Prof. Dr. Thomas Garbe ( VOLKSWAGEN AG)
1005 | XME Diesel: (Bio) methyl ether as an alternative fuel for bivalent Diesel combustion | Prof. Dr. Georg Wachtmeister (TU München | LVK), Dr. Werner Willems (FORD Forschungszentrum Aachen GmbH)
The program structure has also changed. In response to requests from our participants we are now offering more opportunities for collaboration and networking:
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