Eco-Mobility 2019

 

14th International A3PS Conference

Eco-Mobility 2019
Diverse Powertrain Concepts
for a carbon-neutral future

14 and 15 November 2019          Vienna, Austria

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The automotive industry’s strive for low emissions and high energy efficiency brought up a large diversity in the field of (vehicle) propulsion systems. Driven by changing market demands and increasingly strict regulations the challenge remains for OEMs and suppliers as well as for academia to improve technical solutions while coping with the wide spectrum of powertrain types and vehicle models, in a most cost-efficient way.

  • Will diversity be the appropriate solution, offering the most efficient propulsion system for each of the different requirements?
  • Will diversity increase or decrease in the near future?
  • How can diversity be handled – as challenge for R&D and manufacturing?
  • Which powertrain technologies will serve future mobility needs best?
  • What will be the impacts of resources on the further development, now and up to 2050?
    Will potential shortages eliminate some powertrain solutions?

The full range of propulsion systems will be on the conference agenda. Eco-Mobility 2019 will discuss the impacts of different propulsion system solutions and provide in-depth information on latest developments and innovative strategies.
Leading representatives from industry, R&D and technology policy will report on the activities and strategies for the successful development and market introduction of advanced propulsion systems and fuels.

 

Schedule and Programme

Day 1 (14 Nov, Thursday) Day 2 (15 Nov, Friday)

Keynotes
from politics, industry
and R&D institutions

Session 3
Fuel Cell Vehicles and Hydrogen

Specialist Presentations

Session 1
Advanced Combustion Engine and Fuels

Specialist Presentations

Session 4
Advanced Vehicle Concepts

Specialist Presentations

Session 2
Battery Electric Vehicles

Specialist Presentations

Plenary discussion
Social Evening
Networking with participants, speakers, exhibitors

 

The Eco-Mobility 2019 also features an exhibition of vehicles, components and posters, open on both days.

Look forward to top-class speeches - amongst others by representatives of:

 

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Venue

Gironcoli-Kristall, Donau-City-Straße 9, 1220 Vienna, Austria

 

Tickets

Packages

  Price (*1)
Regular Tickets € 450,-
Special Tickets for  
     A3PS-Members € 200,-
     Members of Austrian Automotive Clusters (*2) € 300,-
     Students € 30,-

(*1) 0% VAT (A3PS is exempt from VAT)
(*2) ACstyria, Automobil-Cluster Upper Austria

 

Registration

Registration for the conference is open.
Register now!

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Organizers

General Chairs: DI Hanno Miorini, Dr. Michael Nöst
Programme Chair: DI Wolfgang Wimmer
Committee:    Dr. Christian Chimani, Dr. Andreas Dorda, DI Roland Hintringer, DI Wolfgang Kriegler,
DI Hanno Miorini, Dr. Michael Nöst, Dr. Reinhard Pfliegl, DI Thomas Uitz

 

Downloads

Conference programme

Flyer "Save-the-Date"

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Presentations

Day 1

Conference Opening (2019-11-14)

Keynotes Day 1 (2019-11-14)

The E-VOLVE Cluster of EU H2020 Projects – Innovative Electric Vehicles and Components

R&D and market trends in Korean EV industry

Can in-wheel powertrains reduce the cost of EVs?

Gorazd Lampic // Elaphe

Advanced Combustion Engines and Fuels (2019-11-14)

Powertrain transformation - CO2 reduction meets fun-to-drive

Harald Naunheimer // Magna Powertrain

Electrified drivetrains for non road machinery

Josef Ratzinger // TU Graz (IVT)

On road emissions of NH3, NO and NO2 of Euro 6c and Euro 6dtemp vehicles

Bernhard Lechner // Virtual Vehicle

Hybridisation efforts within EU project ADVICE: high efficiency, low cost

Bernhard Brandstätter // ADVICE Consortium

Battery Electric Vehicles (2019-11-14)

eCULT - a lightweight and affordable 48V urban vehicle

Martin Gossar // FH Joanneum

Charging infrastructure for electric vehicles: demand, cost and impact on the energy supply in Austria by 2030

Thomas Bruckmüller // TU Wien (IFA)

Trends and future technologies for xEV: the perspective of the battery system

Gernot Kraberger // Samsung SDI

Li-Ion-battery recycling - from research idea to industrial plant solution

Day 2

Keynotes Day 2 (2019-11-15)

Powerfuels: A necessary contribution to CO2-free mobility

Roland Fortenbach // Bosch

Fuel Cell Vehicles and Hydrogen (2019-11-15)

Advanced fuel cell systems for transport applications

Jürgen Rechberger // AVL

Well-to-Wheel potentials of H2-mobility

Patrick Pertl // HyCentA

WIVA P&G Energy model region

Horst Steinmüller // WIVA P&G / JKU Linz

HyStORM - sustainable, decentralized hydrogen generation and storage

Sebastian Bock // TU Graz (CEET)

Advanced Vehicle Concepts (2019-11-15)

Wire based additive manufacturing of Al- and Mg-based light weight components

Christian Chimani // AIT

Cooperative cooling systems for sustainable & emission-free temperature-controlled city logistics

Dominik Radler // PRODUCTBLOKS

Catenary electrification of heavy road freight: a rationale and a path forward

Gerrit Stumpe // Siemens Mobility

Engineered for the future – the Concept Fire Truck

Michael Friedmann // Rosenbauer