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Promoting climate-neutral and technology-neutral policy options

Parliamentarians of the FDP parliamentary group took up invitation of AIF and FVV to a briefing event // Industry presented latest findings of a study on future energy sources to politicians:...

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The Powertrain Transition | New VDMA-FVA-FVV study report published

VDMA, FVA and FVV publish new study on the electrification of the automotive powertrain and its impact on the mechanical engineering and supply industries - For the first time passenger cars,...

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Best Paper Award & recommendations for the ASME Jornal: ASME Turbo Expo 2019 comes to a successful end for the FVV/W10/W14 delegation

More than 2,500 experts from all over the world discussed at the 2019 ASME Turbo Expo Conference innovative scientific issues on turbine technology, research, development and applications in the...

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2019 Powertrain Expert Forum: ONE FOR ALL | 3 ATZlive conferences at one place

ATZlive unites the well-established conferences "Charge Cycle and Emission Control", "Friction in the Powertrain and Vehicle" and "Simulation and Testing" in the Powertrain Expert Forum // Prof. Dr....

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CfP | The Powertrain of Tomorrow 2020

Increasingly stringent legislation on CO2 emissions as well as newly designed, more demanding test cycles including real driving situations are causing a paradigm change. Electrification is advancing,...

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CfP | 7th International Engine Congress 2020

The awareness that the electrification of automotive powertrains can only develop in an evolutionary manner has ensured that internal combustion engines continue to hold the pole position in the...

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AiF publishes facts & figures for 2018

In 2018, the AiF and its subsidiaries awarded 474.3 million euros in public funding from the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) as part of pre-competitive Industrial Collective...

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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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DFG presents "2018 Funding Atlas": Strong research meets effective promotion

Research Focus Europe shows the formative role of Germany and the United Kingdom / High stability in the German research system / Third-party funding remains at a high level - new dynamics of the...

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A Day to Feel the Future - BMWi/AiF Innovation Day 2018

The headline of the 25th Innovation Day in Berlin on 7 June 2018 was "25 Years of Promoting Innovation - 10 Years of ZIM - 1 Day to Feel the Future. 300 companies and industry-related research...

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