11. A3PS-Conference – “Eco-Mobility 2016”

Monday, October 17, 2016 - 08:45 to Tuesday, October 18, 2016 - 16:00
Tech Gate, Donau-City-Street 1, 1220

This year‘s conference motto:

"Feasible Propulsion and Vehicle Technologies versus Political Visions"


  • International Keynotes
    from Politics, Industry and R&D Institutions
  • Exhibition
    with Vehicles, Components and Postersession
  • Plenary Discussion
  • Networking at “Wiener Kaffeehaus”
  • Social Evening with Anniversary Celebration
    “10 Years A3PS”
  • Conference Fee: 300,- EUR


This year’s conference will have a focus on the field of tension between technological feasibility and political trends. As every year we have invited leading representatives from OEMs, energy suppliers, automotive suppliers and technology policy institutions reporting on the activities for the successful development and market introduction of advanced propulsion systems and fuels.

Following the presentations of the keynote speakers, the member institutions of the A3PS will present their research activities in this area. The Austrian automotive supply industry, Austrian research institutions and Universities, as well as energy suppliers are closely connected to major  OEMs and provide valuable engineering and production services to them. This refers for example to companies such as AVL, Magna, Fronius, Plansee, energy provider OMV, as well as the Technical Universities Vienna, Graz, Leoben and Research Centers like AIT (Austrian Institute of Technology).

This year's Speaker include:

  • Ingolf Schädler (bmvit)
  • Klaus Fronius (Fronius)
  • Otmar Bitsche (Porsche)
  • Jörg Wind (Daimler)
  • Gerald Killmann (Toyota)
  • Stefan Seger (Samsung SDI)
  • Joachim Taiber (International Transportation Innovation Center)
  • Christoph Stiller (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
  • Serkan Arslan (NVIDIA)
  • Henning Lohse-Busch (Argonne National Laboratory)
  • Andrea Ricci (Innovation for Sustainability)
  • John Farrell (NREL)
  • Gianni Lopez (Centro Mario Molina Chile)
  • Alfonso Cadiz (Ministerio de Transportes y Telecomunicaciones Chile)
  • plus many presentations from A3PS members

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