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chassis.tech plus 2021

29-06-2021 – 30-06-2021 – virtually at your workplace

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Program

Be inspired by top-class keynotes and trend-setting presentations. Use the networking area and exhibition area for in-depth discussions and contacts away from the "daily business".

 

Networking areas for the 4 professional sections

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CHASSIS.TECH SECTION − Palaishalle

SUSPENSION AND RIDE COMFORT

Moderation

Martin Schwarz
Process Responsible Driving Dynamics, BMW Group, Germany

Experimental nonlinear system identification of a shock absorber focusing on secondary ride comfort

Ronnie Dessort
PhD Student Modeling, Simulation Mechanical Chassis, Objectification, BMW Group, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Maximilian Meissner, Dr. Sebastian Kolmeder, BMW Group, Germany; Jan Kubenz, Prof. Dr. Günther Prokop, Dresden Institute of Automobile Engineering (IAD), TU Dresden, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH SECTION Palaishalle
Session: SUSPENSION AND RIDE COMFORT

Nonlinear model predictive control for active and semi-active suspension control

Miguel Dhaens
Engineering Manager, Tenneco Automotive Europe bvba, Belgium

Coauthors: Kylian Praet, Tenneco Automotive Europe bvba, Belgium; Dr. Patrick Gruber, Prof. Aldo Sorniotti, Centre for Automotive Engineering, University of Surrey, United Kingdom

CHASSIS.TECH SECTION Palaishalle
Session: SUSPENSION AND RIDE COMFORT

Study for ride comfort application by functional models: new excitation method and model extension

Lorenzo Falchi
Engineer, Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Florian Goy, Christian Ludwig, Alessandro Salgarello, Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center GmbH, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH SECTION Palaishalle
Session: SUSPENSION AND RIDE COMFORT

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STEERING.TECH SECTION − Festsaal

ALL-WHEEL STEERING

Moderation

Dr. Christoph Bittner
Director Development Chassis Systems, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Germany

The rear-axle steering with large angles of the new S-Class from Mercedes-Benz

Dr. Magnus Rau
Manager Rear-Axle Steering, Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany

Coauthors: Ralph Michalski, Björn Spangemacher, Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany

STEERING.TECH SECTION Festsaal
Session: ALL-WHEEL STEERING

Development of an active rear-steering system with large-angles to achieve both natural feel and a small turning radius at low speed

Yohei Nagai
Engineer, 2nd Chassis & Vehicle Safety System Engineering Dept., AISIN Seiki, Co., Ltd., Japan

Coauthors: Yoshiaki Tsuchiya, AISIN Seiki, Co., Ltd., Japan

STEERING.TECH SECTION Festsaal
Session: ALL-WHEEL STEERING

City buses with all-wheel steering – best practice example of MOVITAS

Wolfgang Stadie
Head of Sales & Marketing, ME Mobil Elektronik GmbH, Germany

Erik Henneken
Manager E-Mobility, Tribus Group, Netherlands

STEERING.TECH SECTION Festsaal
Session: ALL-WHEEL STEERING

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BRAKE.TECH SECTION − Fürstensalon

FUTURE BRAKE SYSTEMS AND TESTING TECHNOLOGY

Moderation

Alexander Gaedke
Vice President, Program Management IPB, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

Future brake systems: requirements and solutions

Matthias Greiner
Senior Vice President Platform Development, Brake Systems, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Martin Kremer, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

BRAKE.TECH SECTION Fürstensalon
Session: FUTURE BRAKE SYSTEMS AND TESTING TECHNOLOGY

Investigation of the fluctuation range of the cold compressibility of brake linings

Falko Wagner
Academic & Research Staff Member, Department of Vehicle Research, TU Chemnitz, Germany

Coauthors: Hannes Gurk, Prof. Dr. R. Mayer, TU Chemnitz, Germany

BRAKE.TECH SECTION Fürstensalon
Session: FUTURE BRAKE SYSTEMS AND TESTING TECHNOLOGY

An innovative HiL test environment with a fully integrated brake system including an automated evaluation tool

Anton Tworek
Master student, Department of Automotive Engineering, Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Mathias Lidberg, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

BRAKE.TECH SECTION Fürstensalon
Session: FUTURE BRAKE SYSTEMS AND TESTING TECHNOLOGY

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TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION − Königssaal

INNOVATIONS IN TIRES AND WHEELS

Moderation

Stefan Dittmar
Team Leader Wheels, TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH, Germany

The "Mobility Ring" – a new concept for recovery of mobility after a tire breakdown

Prof. Dr. Günter Leister
CEO, tire.wheel.mobility solutions, Germany

Coauthors: Clemens Grosse-Vehne, GV Engineering GmbH, Germany; Maik Andriani, FAIST Light Metals Ltd., Italy

TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION Königssaal
Session: INNOVATIONS IN TIRES AND WHEELS

Development of a forged-equivalent aluminum wheel in the Mubea Cast Forging (MCF) process

Josef Gartner
Head of Process Development, Mubea Performance Wheels GmbH, Austria

Markus Huber
SE-Team Manager – Wheels, Tyres, Tyre Pressure Monitoring Systems, AUDI AG, Germany

Coauthors: Achim Gembatzki, Mubea Performance Wheels GmbH, Austria

TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION Königssaal
Session: INNOVATIONS IN TIRES AND WHEELS

The wheel attachment in transition towards e-mobility – new challenges driving new test procedures

Dr. Daniel Koch
Director Research & Development, ABC Umformtechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

Coauthors: Kevin Teitscheid, Lukas Hinnecke, ABC Umformtechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION Königssaal
Session: INNOVATIONS IN TIRES AND WHEELS

Coffee break – Use the time for the virtual exhibition and networking

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Meet the speakers

Meet with the speakers for in-depth Q&A via video chats during break.
(20 min./max. 50 ppl.)

  • Session Suspension and ride comfort
  • Session All-wheel steering
  • Session Future brake systems and testing technology
  • Session Innovations in tires and wheels

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CHASSIS.TECH SECTION − Palaishalle

ACTIVE SUSPENSION AND LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN

Moderation

Klaus Baltruschat
Senior Account Manager, Head of Sales: Tires & Wheels, TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH, Germany

Reusable architectures for safety-critical smart-actuator systems

Dr. Connel Williams
Senior Engineering Manager, ZF Group, United Kingdom

Coauthors: Kartal Cagatay, Siddharth Chaujar, Mitesh Jobanputra, ZF Group, United Kingdom

CHASSIS.TECH SECTION Palaishalle
Session: ACTIVE SUSPENSION AND LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN

The complexity of HV-component development with a focus on suspension systems

David Benz
Senior Developer Test Systems, Silver Atena GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Stefan Pfau, Silver Atena GmbH, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH SECTION Palaishalle
Session: ACTIVE SUSPENSION AND LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN

An innovative and safe active lightweight design chassis concept

Oliver Deißer
Scientific Engineer, Vehicle Architectures and Lightweight Design Concepts, DLR – Institute of Vehicle Concepts, Germany

Coauthors: Thomas Grünheid, DLR – Institute of Vehicle Concepts, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH SECTION Palaishalle
Session: ACTIVE SUSPENSION AND LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN

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STEERING.TECH SECTION − Festsaal

DEVELOPMENT METHODS

Moderation

Dirk Ferge
Senior Manager Business Development & Innovation, JTEKT Europe, Germany

A virtual development approach using an advanced HiL steering bench

Dr. Fabio Gerbino
Driving Simulators Responsible, Maserati S.p.A., Italy

Coauthors: Dr. Andrea Spicuglia, Dr. Enrico Talarico, Maserati S.p.A., Italy; Dr. Claudio Annicchiarico, Dr. Cesare Certosini, Meccanica 42, Italy

STEERING.TECH SECTION Festsaal
Session: DEVELOPMENT METHODS

Precise calibration of steering feel based on model identification

Fan Xu
Steering Design Senior Engineer, GAC R&D Center, China

Coauthors: Changyun Xie, Dr. Xiang Wang, Man Yang, Yuchuan Gu, GAC R&D Center, China

STEERING.TECH SECTION Festsaal
Session: DEVELOPMENT METHODS

A steering system designed by an integrated approach, manufactured for small series

Claudio Ricci
Head of Advanced Vehicle Dynamics, Danisi Engineering S.r.l., Italy

Coauthors: Silvio La Tassa, Marco Fainello, Danisi Engineering S.r.l., Italy

STEERING.TECH SECTION Festsaal
Session: DEVELOPMENT METHODS

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BRAKE.TECH SECTION − Fürstensalon

BRAKE-DUST EMISSIONS AND LEGISLATION

Moderation

Dr. Ralf Stroph
Team Leader Vehicle Dynamics Research, BMW Group, Germany

Preview of future developments in non-exhaust emissions

Christof Danner
Project Manager Chassis, AVL List GmbH, Austria

Coauthors: Alexander Pichler, AVL List GmbH, Austria

BRAKE.TECH SECTION Fürstensalon
Session: BRAKE-DUST EMISSIONS AND LEGISLATION

Friction, wear and emissions in brakes

Prof. Dr. Georg Ostermeyer
Head, Institute of Dynamics and Vibration, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

Coauthors: Jrec Kijanski, TU Braunschweig, Germany

BRAKE.TECH SECTION Fürstensalon
Session: BRAKE-DUST EMISSIONS AND LEGISLATION

Comparison of the particle emission behavior of automotive drum brakes and disc brakes

Dr. David Hesse
Research Assistent, Department of Automotive Engineering, Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany

Coauthors: Christopher Hamatschek, Prof. Dr. Klaus Augsburg, Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany; Dr. Sebastian Gramstat, Dr. Anton Stich, AUDI AG, Germany

BRAKE.TECH SECTION Fürstensalon
Session: BRAKE-DUST EMISSIONS AND LEGISLATION

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TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION − Königssaal

VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND NVH

Moderation

Edwin van der Stad
Vice President Europe, Nexen Tire Europe s.r.o., Germany

Influence of wheel bending stiffness on lateral tire characteristics

Michael Linden
Research Assistant, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Coauthors: Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University, Germany

TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION Königssaal
Session: VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND NVH

Tire model to feature multi-body simulation-based NVH assessment of a car including air cavity

Dr. Peter Kindt
Senior R&D Engineer – NVH/Acoustics, Goodyear S.A., Luxembourg

Michal Milata
Development Engineer Simulation Acoustics Complete Vehicle / Body Structure, AUDI AG, Germany

Coauthors: Frank Petry, Rutger Uil, Giulio Barbaglia, Goodyear S.A., Luxembourg; Dr. Stefan Uhlar, Dr. Zdenek Kunicky, AUDI AG, Germany; Dr. Manfred Bäcker, Axel Gallrein, Francesco Calabrese, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics (ITWM), Germany

TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION Königssaal
Session: VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND NVH

Early assessment of tire-related ride and NVH comfort based on component and system-level measurements

Ventseslav Yordanov
Scientific Researcher Driving Dynamics & Acoustics, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Coauthors: Jan Friederichs, Ruslan Latfullin, Olaf Uszynski, Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Johannes Wiessalla, Ford-Werke GmbH, Germany

TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION Königssaal
Session: VEHICLE DYNAMICS AND NVH

Lunch break – Use the time for the virtual exhibition and networking

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Meet the speakers

Meet with the speakers for in-depth Q&A via video chat during break.
(20 min./max. 50 ppl.)

  • Session Active suspension and lightweight design
  • Session Development methods
  • Session Brake-dust emissions and legislation
  • Session Vehicle dynamics and NVH

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CHASSIS.TECH SECTION − Palaishalle

NVH

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Pim van der Jagt
Technical Director, AB Dynamics Europe GmbH, Germany

Holistic approach to axle NVH assessment and optimization

Dr. Hendrik Sell
Head of Methods & Tools, Vibracoustic SE & Co. KG, Germany

Coauthors: Enrico Kruse, Vibracoustic SE & Co. KG, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH SECTION Palaishalle
Session: NVH

Potential of road surface replicas for use on laboratory test rigs

Gunnar Böttcher
Research Assistant Research Area Vehicle Dynamics & Acoustics, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Coauthors: Ruslan Latfullin, Thomas Böttcher, Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein, Institute for Automotive Engineering (ika), RWTH Aachen University, Germany; Björn Reff, Ford-Werke GmbH, Germany; Christian Carrillo Vásquez, fka GmbH, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH SECTION Palaishalle
Session: NVH

Acoustic challenges in the development of a mechatronic active roll control system

Harald Schäfer
Acoustics Expert, Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG, Germany

Coauthors: Mark Nichols, Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH SECTION Palaishalle
Session: NVH

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STEERING.TECH SECTION − Festsaal

STEER-BY-WIRE

Moderation

Kristof Polmans
Senior Vice President Research and Advanced Engineering, thyssenkrupp Presta AG, Liechtenstein

Driving the future – benchmarking and verification of drive-by-wire functions

Christian Wagner
Development Engineer, Steering & Functional Safety Chassis, IAV GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Ronny Lepke, Luciano Stasi, Dr. Marcus Perner, Martin Gebhardt, IAV GmbH, Germany

STEERING.TECH SECTION Festsaal
Session: STEER-BY-WIRE

Steering safety and availability standards for steer-by-wire systems

Dr. Michael Hales
Engineering and Product Line Director Steer-by-Wire, Nexteer Automotive Corp., United States of America

Coauthors: Kathryn Pattok, Nexteer Automotive Corp., USA

STEERING.TECH SECTION Festsaal
Session: STEER-BY-WIRE

Evaluation Method of subjective rating for SbW Controllability with Physiological Signal Analysis

Jens Müller
Senior Manager Steering, Mando Corporation Europe GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Harrison Bhae, Dr. Taeyun Koo, Mando Corporation, South Korea

STEERING.TECH SECTION Festsaal
Session: STEER-BY-WIRE

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BRAKE.TECH SECTION − Fürstensalon

DRIVETRAIN ELECTRIFICATION, PARKING BRAKES AND BIG DATA

Moderation

Dr. Falk Hecker
VP Technology – Driver Assistance and Automated Driving, Knorr-Bremse Systeme für Nutzfahrzeuge GmbH, Germany

Functional enhancement of an electric parking brake by "sensorless" motor angle measurement

Alexander Hoßfeld
PhD Student Active Safety, ZF Group, Germany

Coauthors: Erwin Michels, ZF Active Safety GmbH, Germany; Prof. Dr. Ulrich Konigorski, Control Systems and Mechatronics Laboratory, TU Darmstadt, Germany; Hermann Briese, DMecS Development of Mechatronic Systems GmbH & Co. KG

BRAKE.TECH SECTION Fürstensalon
Session: DRIVETRAIN ELECTRIFICATION, PARKING BRAKES AND BIG DATA

Evolution of commercial vehicle brake systems through drive train electrification

Matthias Seidenschwang
Chief Product Owner E-Mobility eCUBATOR, Knorr Bremse Systeme für Nutzfahrzeuge GmbH, Germany

BRAKE.TECH SECTION Fürstensalon
Session: DRIVETRAIN ELECTRIFICATION, PARKING BRAKES AND BIG DATA

Connected and virtualized development of Bosch Chassis Systems Control

Andreas Hoffmann
Project Manager Connected Braking Systems, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

Dimitrios Stavrianos
Project Manager Connected Digital Twin, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Tobias Augustin, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

BRAKE.TECH SECTION Fürstensalon
Session: DRIVETRAIN ELECTRIFICATION, PARKING BRAKES AND BIG DATA

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TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION − Königssaal

ENVIRONMENT AND NEW LEGISLATION

Moderation

Ralf Schweizer
Head of Development Wheels, Tires, Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems, AUDI AG, Germany

Novel approaches for measuring and predicting particulate emissions from automotive brakes and tires

Toni Feißel
Wiss. Mitarbeiter, TU Ilmenau, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. David Hesse, Prof. Dr. Klaus Augsburg, Christopher Hamatschek, Vincenzo Ricciardi, Ilmenau University of Technology, Germany

TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION Königssaal
Session: ENVIRONMENT AND NEW LEGISLATION

Characterization of tire road wear particles in the field and lab

Dr. Frank Schmerwitz
Senior Engineer, Global Tire Testing, Continental Reifen Deutschland GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Steffen Wieting, Nadine Aschenbrenner, Dr. Andreas Topp, Dr. Burkhard Wies, Continental Reifen Deutschland GmbH, Germany

TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION Königssaal
Session: ENVIRONMENT AND NEW LEGISLATION

Technical challenges for implementation of new legislation on wet grip of worn tires

Lars Netsch
Manager Standards and Regulations Tires & Wheels, TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Klaus Baltruschat, TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH, Germany

TIRE.WHEEL.TECH SECTION Königssaal
Session: ENVIRONMENT AND NEW LEGISLATION

Coffee break – Use the time for the virtual exhibition and networking

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Meet the speakers

Meet with the speakers for in-depth Q&A via video chat during break.
(20 min./max. 50 ppl.)

  • Session NVH
  • Session Steer-by-wire
  • Session Drivetrain electrification, parking brakes and big data
  • Session Environment and new legislation

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CHASSIS.TECH PLUS SECTION − Festsaal

KEYNOTE LECTURES III

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer
Automotive Engineering, Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Keynote Speech

BMW Motorrad driving assistance systems

Markus Hamm
Team Leader BMW Motorrad Development Digital Bike, Safety, Comfort, Offboard Functions, BMW AG, Germany

Coauthors: Jonas Lichtenthäler, BMW AG, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH PLUS SECTION Festsaal
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES III

Keynote Speech

Challenges in powertrain development and vehicle dynamics for the future portfolio of Audi Sport GmbH

Steffen Bamberger
Head of R&D, Audi Sport GmbH, Germany

CHASSIS.TECH PLUS SECTION Festsaal
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES III

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CHASSIS.TECH PLUS SECTION − Festsaal

CLOSING REMARKS

Prof. Dr. Peter E. Pfeffer
Automotive Engineering, Hochschule München University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Editor-in-Chief ATZ | MTZ Group, Springer Nature, Germany