chassis.tech plus 2022
05-07-2022 – 06-07-2022 – Munich or virtually via live stream
Chassis systems today have to be developed in such a way that a car can either drive itself or be driven by a driver. But the trends towards automated driving and powertrain electrification are also increasingly finding their way into sports cars and motorcycles, and this is having repercussions on every chassis architecture. Once again, the balancing act between high driving comfort and high performance for sporty driving needs to be mastered in one system. For chassis engineers, this is a herculean task with many conflicting objectives. Only with agile development methods and computer simulations, which are now faster than ever before due to increasing computing power, as well as driving simulators as an intermediate stage towards road tests, will it still be possible today to design chassis, braking, and tirewheel systems that are fit for the future.
The 13th International Munich Chassis Symposium chassis.tech plus will bring together numerous experts in wheel suspension systems, steering, brakes, and wheels/tires for an exchange of experience and constructive discussions. This is your opportunity to show us what your innovative research and development activities currently look like. On behalf of the Scientific Advisory Board, we cordially invite you to submit a paper and to contribute to the success of this globally recognized event. After the symposium, your paper will be published as part of the conference proceedings at Springer Vieweg and on the online platforms Springer Link and Springer Professional.
We look forward to talking with you.
Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer
University of Applied Sciences
TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH
Dr. Alexander Heintzel
ATZ | MTZ Group
INTERDISCIPLINARY SECTION CHASSIS.TECH PLUS
On the basis of the short version of the paper, the Scientific Advisory Board for the Symposium will decide whether to accept it.
The time allowed for presentation is 20 minutes with a subsequent discussion. The registration fee will be waived for one speaker per paper presented. The presentation language is either German or English. The language of the manuscripts and slides is English. After the event, your paper will be published as part of the conference proceedings at Springer Vieweg and on the online platforms Springer Link and Springer Professional.