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5th International Engine Congress 2018

27-02-2018 – 28-02-2018 – Baden-Baden, Germany

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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PC Engine Technology − Auditorium (Basement)

MIXTURE FORMATION AND COMBUSTION

Moderation

Dr. Thomas Wintrich
Head of Diesel Engine Development, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany

Droplet stream impact injectors for novel combustion processes in Otto and diesel engines

Prof. Dr. Dr. Franz Durst
CEO, FMP Technology GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Mathias Etzold, FMP Technology GmbH

PC Engine Technology Auditorium (Basement)
Session: MIXTURE FORMATION AND COMBUSTION

Lean combustion, EGR or gHCCI at high load: challenging tasks in the 0D/1D engine simulation

Dr. Michael Grill
Head of Department 0D/1D Simulation, Research Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart (FKFS), Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Mahir-Tim Keshin, Research Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart (FKFS), Aleksandar Fandakov, Sebastian Hann, both Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive Engineering, University of Stuttgart

PC Engine Technology Auditorium (Basement)
Session: MIXTURE FORMATION AND COMBUSTION

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CV Engine Technology − Forum (Ground Floor)

GAS ENGINES – TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATION

Moderation

Dr. Peter Heuser
Group Vice President Commercial Powertrains, FEV Group GmbH, Germany

New engines for future emissions requirements

Martial Suchet
Sales Director Gas Engines, Liebherr Machines Bulle S.A., Switzerland

CV Engine Technology Forum (Ground Floor)
Session: GAS ENGINES – TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATION

Commercial natural gas vehicles: tomorrow’s engine technologies for most stringent NOx and CO2 targets

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

Coauthors: Gernot Hasenbichler, AVL List GmbH, Austria, Dr. Stefano Golini, FPT Industrial S.p.A – Powertrain R&T, Italy, David Mumford, Westport Fuel Systems Inc., Canada

CV Engine Technology Forum (Ground Floor)
Session: GAS ENGINES – TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATION

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Innovative Fuels − Congress Hall I (1st Floor)

BRIDGE TECHNOLOGIES

Moderation

Dr. Wolfgang Warnecke
Chief Scientist Mobility, Shell Global Solutions (Deutschland) GmbH, Germany

Options for de-carbonization of future transport

Dr. Andreas Kolbeck
Technology Expert Powertrain Trends, Shell Global Solutions (Deutschland) GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Wolfgang Warnecke, Dr. Christoph Balzer, Dr. Karsten Wilbrand, all Shell Global Solutions (Deutschland) GmbH

Innovative Fuels Congress Hall I (1st Floor)
Session: BRIDGE TECHNOLOGIES

Zero-emission logistics and hydrogen refilling stations in Switzerland – on the example of Coop

Dr. Philipp Dietrich
CEO, H2 Energy AG, Switzerland

Innovative Fuels Congress Hall I (1st Floor)
Session: BRIDGE TECHNOLOGIES

Coffee break

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Auditorium (Basement)

ENGINE AND FUEL

Moderation

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

A systemic approach: chances for the engines of the future!?

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

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: ENGINE AND FUEL

Emission potential of operating fluids and powertrain functions

Christian Lensch-Franzen
Head of Engineering, APL Automobil-Prüftechnik Landau GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Marcus Gohl, Michael Friedmann, Tobias Mink, all APL Automobil-Prüftechnik Landau GmbH

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: ENGINE AND FUEL

Energy transition and sector coupling – general framework for the future mobility sector

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

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: ENGINE AND FUEL

Diesel – eFuel blends for simultaneous reduction of real driving NOx- und CO2 emissions

Jürgen Grimm
Head of Engineering, Engine Systems, Continental Automotive GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Giovanni Avolio, Dr. Gerd Rösel, Dr. Oliver Maiwald, Dr. Oliver Kastner, Rolf Brück, all Continental AG

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: ENGINE AND FUEL

Lunch

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PC Engine Technology − Auditorium (Basement)

DIESEL HYBRID

Moderation

Prof. Dr. Helmut Eichlseder
Director of the Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Thermodynamics, TU Graz, Austria

48V diesel hybrid: a strong combination for improved real-world fuel economy and driving performance?

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

Coauthors: Jörg Böttcher, Dr. Michael Fischer, all Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH

PC Engine Technology Auditorium (Basement)
Session: DIESEL HYBRID

Diesel hybrid powertrains – lowest exhaust emissions, minimum CO2 and fun-to-drive

Dr. Joschka Schaub
Team Leader, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Christoph Menne, Matthias Kötter, Thomas Körfer, all FEV Europe GmbH

PC Engine Technology Auditorium (Basement)
Session: DIESEL HYBRID

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CV Engine Technology − Forum (Ground Floor)

ENGINES – AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Moderation

Michael Aschaber
CEO, STEYR MOTORS GmbH, Austria

Efficient diesel engines for light-duty commercial vehicles with a wide range of applications and a strong customer focus

Andreas Bug
Head of Department Light Duty Engines for Commercial Vehicle, MAN Truck & Bus AG, Germany

Coauthors: Alexander Lienert, MAN Truck & Bus AG

CV Engine Technology Forum (Ground Floor)
Session: ENGINES – AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

Diesel-powered heavy-duty vehicles in Japan: latest emission regulations and responding technologies, fuel economy standards, and challenges for alternative fuels

Toshio Ichimasa
Executive, ISUZU Motors Limited, Japan

CV Engine Technology Forum (Ground Floor)
Session: ENGINES – AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

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Innovative Fuels − Congress Hall I (1st Floor)

APPLICATION AND SUPPLY OF SYNTHETIC FUELS

Moderation

Dr. Werner Willems
Technical Specialist for Combustion Process System, Ford Research and Innovation Center Aachen GmbH, Germany

e-fuels – a central module for future engine design?

Lars Hentschel
Manager Advanced Gasoline Engines, Volkswagen AG, Germany

Coauthors: Dr. Karsten Michels, Prof. Dr. Thomas Garbe, Martin Hönig, all Volkswagen AG

Innovative Fuels Congress Hall I (1st Floor)
Session: APPLICATION AND SUPPLY OF SYNTHETIC FUELS

Sustainable methanol-based fuel from CO2 and electricity: economic and regulatory perspectives

Benedikt Stefánsson
Director of Business Development, Carbon Recycling International (CRI), Iceland

Innovative Fuels Congress Hall I (1st Floor)
Session: APPLICATION AND SUPPLY OF SYNTHETIC FUELS

Coffee break

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Auditorium (Basement)

KEYNOTE-LECTURES

Moderation

Dr. Johannes Liebl
Editor-in-Charge ATZ | MTZ | ATZelektronik

Keynote Speech

Mobility for tomorrow – with or without internal combustion engine?

Prof. Dr. Peter Gutzmer
Deputy CEO and Chief Technology Officer, Schaeffler AG, Germany

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: KEYNOTE-LECTURES

Keynote Speech

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Dr. S. S. Thipe
Deputy Director, Power Train Engineering, Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), India

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: KEYNOTE-LECTURES

Keynote Speech

Title to be anncounced

Thorsten Herdan
Director-General Energy Policy - Heating and Efficiency, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany

Auditorium (Basement)
Session: KEYNOTE-LECTURES

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Auditorium (Basement)

Outlook and concluding remarks

Moderation

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

Anne Bieler-Bultmann
Project Leader, VDI Wissensforum GmbH