Heavy-Duty, On- and Off-Highway Engines 2023
07-11-2023 – 08-11-2023 – Nuremberg, Germany
As a carbon-free energy carrier, hydrogen is in the main focus of development activities – regardless of whether it is used directly, as a means of storing green electricity, or as the basis for further processing into other synthetic fuels. In the medium term, there will be no alternative to liquid or gaseous fuels in the on- and off-highway sector or in marine applications and aviation. For that reason, the further development of existing technologies is key to effective emissions reduction.
At the MTZ Conference “Heavy-Duty, On- and Off-Highway Engines”, engine developers and designers of commercial vehicles, mobile machinery, and marine and stationary equipment will find out about the latest developments. The 18th conference in Nuremberg will be supplemented by a tour of the engine factory of MAN Truck & Bus SE, Plant Nuremberg.
On behalf of the Scientific Advisory Board, I cordially invite you to present the latest research and development results of your company/institute. Details for your presentation submission can be found in this Call for Papers. We are looking forward to your participation.
After the conference, your paper will be published as part of the conference proceedings at Springer Vieweg and on the online platforms Springer Link and Springer Professional.
On behalf of the Scientific Advisory Board
Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Editor-in-Chief ATZ | MTZ Group
Internal Combustion Engine Technologies for Alternative Fuels
Alternative Drive Systems
New Internal Combustion Engines for Heavy-Duty Applications
Combustion Processes, Fuel and Air Systems
Engine and System Optimization
On the basis of the short version of the paper, the Scientific Advisory Board for the conference will decide on its acceptance.
The time allowed for presentation is 20-25 minutes with a subsequent discussion. The registration fee will be waived for one speaker per paper presented. The language of the manuscripts and slides is English.
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