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8th International Engine Congress 2021

23-02-2021 – 24-02-2021 – Baden-Baden, Germany, or virtually via live stream

Program

Let yourself be inspired by top-class keynote speeches and trailblazing specialist presentations. Use the breaks and the evening event for going into depth, taking part in discussions and making contacts away from “day-to-day business”.

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Auditorium (Basement)

Welcome and opening of the congress as well as introduction to the program of lectures

Dr. Johannes Liebl 

Editor-in-Charge ATZ | MTZ | ATZelektronik
Scientific Congress Chairmann

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Auditorium (Basement)

KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Moderation

Dr. Johannes Liebl
Editor-in-Charge ATZ | MTZ | ATZelektronik, Springer Nature, Germany

Keynote Speech

Development of the political frameworks of renewable fuels

Tobias Block
Coordinator of Renewable Fuels, German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), Belgium

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Keynote Speech

The CO2 remaining budget

Prof. Dr. Thomas Koch
Head of Institute, Institute for Piston Machines (IFKM), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Keynote Speech

Engine effi ciency – a system view from the perspective of real operation

Prof. Dr. Christian Beidl
Head of Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Powertrain Systems (VKM), TU Darmstadt, Germany

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: KEYNOTE LECTURES I

Coffee break

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PC Engine Technology − Congress Hall I (1st Floor)

ELECTRIFICATION

Moderation

Dr. Norbert Alt
COO & Executive Vice President, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

Customer first! – the key to achieving customers‘ acceptance for connected powertrains

Sebastian Barth
Senior Project Engineer, Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Michael Fischer, both Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH, Pascal Schlatter, Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Powertrain Systems (VKM), TU Darmstadt

PC Engine Technology Congress Hall I (1st Floor)
Session: ELECTRIFICATION

The combustion engine in hybrid powertrains – highly efficient and cost optimized derived from modular platforms

Dr. Wolfgang Schöffmann
Head of Technology Base Powertrain, AVL List GmbH, Austria

Coauthors: Gerald Teuschl, Dr. Raimund Ellinger, Michael Howlett, Dr. Paul Kapus, Christoph Sams, Karl Weihrauch, all AVL List GmbH, Austria

PC Engine Technology Congress Hall I (1st Floor)
Session: ELECTRIFICATION

Life cycle assessment of an internal combustion engine vehicle using renewable electricity for fuel and vehicle production

Dr. André Sternberg
Scientist, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE), Germany

Coauthors: Christoph Hank, Dr. Achim Schaadt, all Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)

PC Engine Technology Congress Hall I (1st Floor)
Session: ELECTRIFICATION

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CV Engine Technology − Forum (Ground Floor)

HYDROGEN ENGINES

Moderation

Dr. Andreas Broda
Vice President Heavy Duty Engines for Commercial Vehicles, MAN Truck & Bus SE, Germany

With lean-burn concept and turbocharging to an efficient hydrogen engine

Thomas Korn
CEO & Co-Founder, Keyou GmbH, Germany

CV Engine Technology Forum (Ground Floor)
Session: HYDROGEN ENGINES

Potentials and challenges of hydrogen combustion system development as a sustainable fuel for commercial vehicles

Dr. Reza Rezaei
Manager, IAV GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Marc Sens, Michael Riess, Dr. Christoph Bertram, all IAV GmbH

CV Engine Technology Forum (Ground Floor)
Session: HYDROGEN ENGINES

Combustion system development for hydrogen fuelled heavy duty internal combustion engines

Dr. Lukas Virnich
Senior Project Manager, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Bernd Lindemann, Dr. Martin Müther, Dr. José Geiger, all FEV Europe GmbH, Andreas Kremer, Robert Bosch GmbH

CV Engine Technology Forum (Ground Floor)
Session: HYDROGEN ENGINES

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Innovative Fuels − Auditorium (Basement)

HOLISTIC ECOBALANCES, LCA, AND USE OF PTX ENERGY

Moderation

Wolfgang Maus
Managing Director, WM Engineering & Consulting GmbH, Germany

Precise stock-taking – ensuring an efficient usage of the remaining CO2 budget in mobility

Dr. David Bothe
Associate Director, Frontier Economics Limited, United Kingdom

Innovative Fuels Auditorium (Basement)
Session: HOLISTIC ECOBALANCES, LCA, AND USE OF PTX ENERGY

LCA – a further requirement for engineers

Dr. Olaf Toedter
Director New Technologies & Ignition Systems, Institute for Piston Machines (IFKM), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

Coauthors: Philipp Weber, Prof. Dr. Thomas Koch, all Institute for Piston Machines (IFKM), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)

Innovative Fuels Auditorium (Basement)
Session: HOLISTIC ECOBALANCES, LCA, AND USE OF PTX ENERGY

Energy carriers for transport cost-effectively produced overseas and transported to Germany

Dr. Otto Machhammer
Consultant, M+ machhammer consulting, Germany

Innovative Fuels Auditorium (Basement)
Session: HOLISTIC ECOBALANCES, LCA, AND USE OF PTX ENERGY

Lunch

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PC Engine Technology − Congress Hall I (1st Floor)

EMISSIONS CONTROL POTENTIALS

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Uwe Dieter Grebe
Executive Vice President Global Business Development, Sales & International Operations, AVL List GmbH, Austria

Potential of variable valve train systems to overcome the NOx/CO2 trade-off in emission legislation – a comparison for diesel PC and CV applications

Dr. Michael Elicker
Manager System Development Heavy Duty, Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG, Germany

Coauthors: Andreas Möller, Schaeffler Technologies AG & Co. KG; Dr. Maximilian Brauer, René Pohlke, both IAV GmbH

PC Engine Technology Congress Hall I (1st Floor)
Session: EMISSIONS CONTROL POTENTIALS

Holistic hybrid RDE calibration methodology for EU7

Dr. Michael Görgen
Department Manager Emission Calibration, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Martin Nijs, FEV Europe GmbH; Frank Dorscheidt, Johannes Claßen, both Institute for Combustion Engines (VKA), RWTH Aachen University

PC Engine Technology Congress Hall I (1st Floor)
Session: EMISSIONS CONTROL POTENTIALS

Application of a systematic development methodology for post-EU6 engine calibration under RDE boundary conditions

Henning Nies
Research Assistent, Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Powertrain Systems (VKM), TU Darmstadt, Germany

Coauthors: Prof. Dr. Christian Beidl, Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Powertrain Systems (VKM), TU Darmstadt; Holger Hüners, Deniz Serifsoy, both ISUZU MOTORS Germany GmbH

PC Engine Technology Congress Hall I (1st Floor)
Session: EMISSIONS CONTROL POTENTIALS

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CV Engine Technology − Forum (Ground Floor)

NEW TECHNOLOGIES

Moderation

Jürgen Lehmann
Head of R&D Engine & Aftertreatment Systems, Daimler Truck AG, Germany

Jet ignition as an enabling technology for stable, highly dilute hydrogen combustion in off-road and heavy-duty engines

Michael Bunce
Head of Research, MAHLE Powertrain LLC, United States

Coauthors: Dr. Nathan Peters, MAHLE Powertrain LLC, USA; Dr. Bouzid Seba, Bakir Puran, both Liebherr Machines Bulle SA, Switzerland

CV Engine Technology Forum (Ground Floor)
Session: NEW TECHNOLOGIES

Cylinder deactivation as effective means for exhaust thermal management and CO2 reduction – test results on a US 13L HDDE

Robb Janak
Director New Technology, Jacobs Vehicle Systems, United States

CV Engine Technology Forum (Ground Floor)
Session: NEW TECHNOLOGIES

A new class of AI-based engine models

Valerian Cimniak
Research Employee, Institute of Automotive Engineering (IFS), University of Stuttgart, Germany

Coauthors: Prof. Dr. Michael Bargende, Sebastian Bodza, both Institute of Automotive Engineering (IFS), University of Stuttgart; Dr. Michael Grill, Dr. Michael Grill, Dr. Dominik Rether, both Research Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart (FKFS)

CV Engine Technology Forum (Ground Floor)
Session: NEW TECHNOLOGIES

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Innovative Fuels − Auditorium (Basement)

CO2 BALANCES, HYDROGEN, AND PTL

Moderation

Dr. David Bothe
Associate Director, Frontier Economics Limited, United Kingdom

Climate protection in the transport sector

Prof. Dr. Dr. Ulrich Schmidt
Head of Research Center, Institute for the World Economy (IfW Kiel), Germany

Innovative Fuels Auditorium (Basement)
Session: CO2 BALANCES, HYDROGEN, AND PTL

“Green” hydrogen for ground-based heavy duty long-distance transportation – a technoeconomic analysis of various provision chains

Prof. Dr. Martin Kaltschmitt
Head of Institute, Institute of Environmental Technology and Energy Economics (IUE), Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Germany

Coauthors: Lucas Sens, Dr. Ulf Neuling, all Institute of Environmental Technology and Energy Economics (IUE), Hamburg University of Technology

Innovative Fuels Auditorium (Basement)
Session: CO2 BALANCES, HYDROGEN, AND PTL

The hydrogen engine for commercial vehicles: bridging technology or long-term solution?

Anton Arnberger
Technical Expert Commercial Gas Engine, AVL List GmbH, Austria

Coauthors: Bernhard Raser, AVL List GmbH, Austria, Prof. Dr. Helmut Eichlseder, Dr. Peter Grabner, both Institute of Internal Combustion Engines and Thermodynamics (IVT), TU Graz, Austria

Innovative Fuels Auditorium (Basement)
Session: CO2 BALANCES, HYDROGEN, AND PTL

Coffee break

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Auditorium (Basement)

IN FOCUS: SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

Moderation

Dr. Alexander Heintzel
Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, Germany

Prof. Dr. Christian Beidl
Head of Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Powertrain Systems (VKM), TU Darmstadt, Germany

The importance of reFuels for climate protection in transportation and market opportunities if the right strategy is pursued

Prof. Dr. Uwe Lahl
Head of Department, Ministry of Transport Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: IN FOCUS: SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

eFuel – it is possible!

Karl Dums
Director Advanced Engineering Powertrain & Powertrain Strategy, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Germany

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: IN FOCUS: SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

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Auditorium (Basement)

PANEL DISCUSSION

CO2 budget – the role of engines and fuels in sustainable mobility

Participants

Rolf Heinrich Dreisbach
Executive Vice President, AVL List GmbH, Austria

Christian Enderle
Vice President Powertrain, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Germany

Prof. Dr. Thomas Koch
Head of Institute, Institute for Piston Machines (IFKM), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

Prof. Dr. Uwe Lahl
Head of Department, Ministry of Transport Baden-Württemberg, Germany

Nicole Steiger
Managing Director, JSC Automotive GmbH, Germany

End of the first day of the congress

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Evening for the engine community

As part of the International Engine Congress, we cordially invite you to an evening dinner with engine experts at the Kurhaus Casino Baden-Baden. You can look forward to interesting conversations with your expert colleagues about the day‘s events and expand your network.

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