November 9th, 2016

19:00 to 21:00

Meet & Greet in the Foyer

November 10th, 2016

TimeJade Ballroom ABJade Ballroom C
Plenary Session
08:30 Opening Speech

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lutz Eckstein
Head of ika – RWTH Aachen University

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Pischinger
Head of VKA – RWTH Aachen University

08:40

The New Generation of Toyota Powertrains

Mr. Izumi Watanabe
General Manager
Toyota Motor Corporation

09:00Plenary Discussion
09:15Coffee Break

Coffee Break
New Gasoline EnginesAdvanced Driver Assistance Systems
10:00EA211 TSI®evo – The New 4-Cylinder Gasoline Engines from Volkswagen

A. Birkigt, W. Demmelbauer-Ebner, H. Middendorf, M. Ganzer, D. Hagelstein, K. Persigehl – Volkswagen AG

Development and Testing of Customer-Oriented Advanced Driver Assistance Systems

M. Hoffmann – BMW China Services Ltd.
H. Seeger – BMW Group

10:30

Mixed-Sequential Boosting Concept with Segregated Exhaust Ports and Fully Variable Valve Train

H. Baumgarten, K. Habermann, J. Scharf, M. Thewes, T. Uhlmann – FEV GmbH
H. Ruhland – Ford Werke AG
M. Breuer – Pierburg GmbH
A. Schloßhauer – VKA RWTH Aachen University>br>N. Bontemps – Honeywell Turbo Technology

Accelerate and Industrialize the Development of HAD Algorithms using BigData Technologies

T. Abthoff – NorCom Information Technology AG
T. Horakh – Daimler AG

11:00

The New Volvo Drive-E 3-Cylinder Engine

H. Björnsson, P. Adkin – Volvo Car Corporation

Laser Scanning Technology for Driving Assistance in Extraordinary Operating Zones

L. Carek, E. Martinez Granada, M. Yahia, Y. Sela, O. Kozak, C. Lobo Castillo – Valeo Autoklimatizace k.s.

11:30

The New Audi 2.5l TFSI 5-Cylinder Engine for the New Audi TT RS – A Lightweight Design High Performance Engine

S. Dengler, A. Pelzer, G. Mendl – Audi AG
M. Füssel, M. Ganz – quattro GmbH

Challenges and Solutions in Regards to Information Exchange of Connected Vehicles in the Context of Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous
Driving

P. Willemsen, F. Ji – Hella Shanghai Electronics Co., Ltd.

12:00LunchLunch
Hybrid Vehicles and ComponentsAutomotive Strategy
13:30

Optimal Predictive Control for Connected Hybrid Vehicles

P. Rankl, M. Sans, H. Azami – Continental Automotive

Preparing for Disruptive Innovations – Towards an Agile Engineering Organization for the Connected, Autonomous World

W. Bernhart – Roland Berger GmbH
J. Zhang – Roland Berger (Shanghai) Ltd.

14:00

Considering the Aging of Lithium-Ion Battery in the Operation Strategy for Hybrid Commercial Vehicles

S. Li, J. Maiterth – VKA, RWTH Aachen University
T. Hülshorst, M. Stapelbroek, A. Awarke, M. Küpper – FEV GmbH

Business Models for Connected Vehicles – New Business Opportunities for the Automotive Industry

T. Dittmar, L. Eckstein – ika, RWTH Aachen University
C. Burkard – fka mbH

14:30

HyperHybrid an Efficient, Affordable Plug-Innovation

M. Graz – Obrist Powertrain GmbH

Automotive Business Innovation – Shaping the Company‘s Position for a Radically Different Automotive Pyramid

R. Pell, N. Song, W.-D. Hoppe – Arthur D. Little

15:00

Research Project ECOCHAMPS – Standardization and Modularization of Cost-Efficient Hybrid Components

L. Eckstein, T. Dittmar, L. Häußler – ika, RWTH Aachen University

Growth for Automotive Suppliers

J. Berking – Oliver Wyman

15:30Coffee BreakCoffee Break
DI Gasoline EmissionsEngine Components and Rapid Prototyping
16:00Water Injection – High Power and High Efficiency Combined

M. Thewes – FEV GmbH
B. Lehrheuer – VKA, RWTH Aachen University

Timing Chain Drives with Innovative Solutions for Future Internal Combustion Engines

T. Fink – iwis motorsysteme GmbH & Co. KG

16:30

Field-Study and Durability Evaluations on GDI Vehicles Equipped with Various Gasoline Particulate Filter (GPF) Concepts

S. He – Corning Incorporated

Delphi Injector Closed Loop Control Strategy Using the “Switch” Technology for Diesel Passenger Cars

J. Lin, P. Voigt, J.-L. Beduneau, G. Meissonnier, H.-J. Schiffgens – Delphi

17:00

A Study of “Off-Cycle” Emissions from a Euro 6 GDI Vehicle

M. Duckhouse, M. Peckham, B. Campbell, A. Finch, J. Dunnett – Cambustion

Speed-Up the Development Process in Engine Development with Prototype Castings

C. Schmidt – ACTech GmbH

18:00BanquetBanquet

November 11th, 2016

TimeJade Ballroom ABJade Ballroom C
Friction and TribologyCharging
08:30

Friction Modification Technologies: Meeting the Lubrication Needs of Today and Tomorrow

B. Thiebaut – TOTAL MS

New Turbocharged 1.5 / 1.8 TGDI JMC Engines

C. Lu, X. Luo – JiangLing Motors Co., Ltd.

09:00

Low Friction Base Engine Design

Y. Yao, H. Baumgarten, M. Plettenberg, M. Thewes, B. Lindemann,
J. Scharf – FEV GmbH

Improved Emission Control through Turbocharger Speed Measurement

A. Peter, J. Tigelaar, D. Cox – JAQUET Technology Group AG

09:30

Base Engine Friction Optimization and the Impact of New Test Cycles

W. Schoeffmann, C. Priestner, A. Ennemoser, H. Sorger, H. Petutschnig, S. Chiappini – AVL List GmbH

Fuel Consumption Reduction and Performance Improvement by Electric Driven Supercharger

H. Baumgarten, M. Stapelbroek, M. Thewes, B. Holderbaum, J. Ogrzewalla – FEV GmbH

10:00Coffee BreakCoffee Break
E-Mobility and BatteryCommercial Engines
10:30

PHEV Battery SOP Development

C.W. Wang, B. Yi – Tianjin EV Energies Co., Ltd.

CO2 Reduction for Truck Engines: The Results of the CO2RE Project

A. Banks, L. Jeffcoat, P. Reverault, A. Trevisan – Ricardo UK Ltd
S. Edwards – Ricardo Deutschland GmbH
J. Engström – Volvo Group Trucks Technology
P. Nisius, H. Oelschlegel – Daimler AG
C. Pelleto, A. Roccasalva – Centro Ricerche FIAT
V. Strots – IAV GmbH

11:00

Process and Tools for the Development of Future Modularized Li-Ion-Batteries

L. Eckstein, G. Mimberg – ika, RWTH Aachen University

Waste Heat Recovery for Commercial and Large Bore Engines – Potential and Challenges

K. Eichler – VKA, RWTH Aachen University
Y. Jeihouni, D. Tomazic – FEV North America Inc
C. Ritterskamp – FEV GmbH

11:3012+12V and 12+48V: A Modular Approach for Components and Electric Architectures

X. Zhang, O. Coppin – Valeo

Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Control Function Development

Q. Li, H. Feng, Y. Wang – Weichai Power Co., Ltd.
S. Petri – RWTH Aachen University
E. Brückner – FEV GmbH

12:00

Re-Defining Driving Experience – Competences & Concepts Behind the Research Vehicle SpeedE

T. Dittmar, L. Eckstein, B. Schwarz, T. Sandmann, M. Struth, S. Faßbender – ika, RWTH Aachen University

Development of a Non-Road Engine Family for Emerging Markets

S. Niederer, M. Neitz, T. Hamm, S. Lauer – FEV GmbH

12:30LunchLunch
Hybrid and Electric VehiclesCO2 Reduction
14:00

Development of a Brand New Hybrid Powertrain for Compact Car Market

M. Kimura, A. Shibuya, N. Nakada – Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

Dynamic Downsizing Gasoline Demonstrator

M. Bassett, J. Hall, T. Cains, S. Borman, S. Reader – MAHLE Powertrain Ltd.
B. Richards, R. Wall – Aeristech Limited

14:30

BREEZE! – Fuel Cell Range Extender for Battery Electric Vehicles

T. Hülshorst, J. Ogrzewalla – FEV GmbH
M. Walters, A. Kuhlmann, S. Pischinger – VKA, RWTH Aachen University

The Role of High Octane Fuels in Future Mobility – A Technical Review

K. Wilbrand, A. Janssen, W. Warnecke, C. Balzer, F. Balthasar – Shell Global Solutions (Deutschland) GmbH
J. Cadu – Shell France

15:00Opportunities for Integrating Electric Drives into the Vehicle Architecture

B. Hellwig, U. Niehaus – ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Integrated Thermal Management: Systems Approach towards CO2 Reduction

J. Yao, R. Jorach, F. Atschreiter, A. Goessling – Magna Powertrain

15:30Short BreakShort Break
15:35Final Remarks
15:45End of ConferenceEnd of Conference