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16 – 17 MARCH 2010 | STUTTGART | 10TH STUTTGART INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

10th Stuttgart International Symposium

Automotive and Engine Technology

Programme


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CONFERENCE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Dr.-Ing.

Thomas Heckenberger

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Michael Bargende

FKFS/IVK,

University of Stuttgart

Dr.-Ing. Harald Naunheimer

ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Jochen Wiedemann

FKFS/IVK,

University of Stuttgart

Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Hans-Christian Reuss

FKFS/IVK,

University of Stuttgart

Dr. Bernd Last

BorgWarner BERU

Systems GmbH

Johannes Winterhagen

Editor-in-Chief ATZ

Wolfgang Dürheimer

Dr. Ing. h. c. F. Porsche AG

Dr. Rolf Leonhard

Robert Bosch GmbH

Wolfgang Siebenpfeiffer

Publisher ATZ | MTZ | VKU

Prof. Dr. rer. nat.

Martin Winterkorn

Volkswagen AG

Alfred Weber

MANN+HUMMEL GMBH

em. Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Ulf Essers

FKFS/IVK,

University of Stuttgart

Wolfgang Zahn

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Dr.-Ing. Uwe Mohr

MAHLE International GmbH

Dr.-Ing. Thomas Weber

Daimler AG

Werner Zobel

Modine Europe GmbH

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VENUE

Haus der Wirtschaft

Wirtschaftsministerium Baden-Württemberg,

Willy-Bleicher-Strasse 19, D-70569 Stuttgart, Germany

Telephone +49.711. 123-0

www.hausderwirtschaft.de

CONFERENCE OFFICE

ATZlive

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Contact:

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HOTELS

Maritim Hotel Stuttgart

Seidenstrasse 34, D-70174 Stuttgart, Germany

Telephone +49.711. 942-1142, Fax +49.711. 942-1001

www.maritim.de, single room: 52.00 € including breakfast

Hotel Wartburg

Lange Strasse 49, D-70174 Stuttgart, Germany

Telephone +49.711. 2045-0, Fax +49.711. 2045-450

www.hotel-wartburg-stuttgart.de,

Single room: 90.00 € including breakfast

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FORMAL RECEPTION

Tuesday 16 March 2010 | 7:30 pm

at the “Alte Stuttgarter Reithalle”

Maritim Hotel, Seidenstrasse 34

D-70174 Stuttgart, Germany

Enjoy an exceptional evening of top-class entertainment.

Programme:

7:30 pm Champagne reception

Welcome

Prof. Dr. Michael Bargende

Member of the Board, FKFS, Professor of Internal Combustion

Engines, IVK, University Stuttgart

Wolfgang Siebenpfeiffer

Publisher ATZ | MTZ | VKU

Followed by dinner

Entertainment will be provided by Grachmusikoff –

“Blues, Blos’n Fun”.

The only surviving Swabian-dialect cult band from the

1970s serves up an exciting mixture of blues, ballads and

Polka, spiced with 1970s rock and a generous portion

of humour.

Reception ends at approximately 11:00 pm


PROGRAMME

TUESDAY 16 MARCH 2010

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PLENARY SESSION König Karl Hall

from

8:00 am Registration

9:00 Welcome

Prof. Dr. Jochen Wiedemann, Chairman of the Board,

FKFS, Managing Director, IVK, University of Stuttgart

Opening address

Prof. Dr. Manfred Berroth,

Rector of the University of Stuttgart

9:30 Variety or Standardisation in the World

of Passenger Cars

Dr. Herbert Demel, COO Vehicles & Powertrain Group,

Magna International, Magna Steyr AG & Co. KG

10:00 Hybrid Powertrains at Mercedes-Benz:

A Contribution to Sustainable Mobility

Prof. Dr. Leopold Mikulic, Vice President Program

Management and Development Passenger Car Engines

and Powertrain, Mercedes-Benz Cars Development,

Daimler AG

10:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

11:00 Four parallel sessions

12:30 pm Lunch in the exhibition hall

1:30 Four parallel sessions

3:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

4:00 Four parallel sessions

5:30 End of the parallel sessions

7:30 Formal reception at the “Alte Stuttgarter Reithalle”

Enjoy stimulating discussions with fellow participants

and speakers in a relaxing atmosphere.

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PROGRAMME

TUESDAY 16 MARCH 2010

SESSION 1 König Karl Hall

HYBRID I

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Günter F. Hohenberg

11:00 am Electrification of the Powertrain at Mercedes-Benz

Michael Weiss, O. Bitsche, Dr. A. Lamm, A. Schluchter,

P. Antony, Daimler AG

11:30 Challenges of Integrating Micro-Hybrid Technology

in an Existing Diesel Vehicle

A. Sriniwas, C. Nandagopalan, T. Kumar Prasad,

C. P. Bharath, P. Isac, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

12:00 An Integrated Approach as Key to Future Vehicle

and Powertrain Development Trends

Prof. Dr. Dr. Rudolf J. Menne, RJM Consulting

12:30 pm Lunch in the exhibition hall

HYBRID II

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Cornel Stan

2:00 Model-Based Control for a Hybrid Powertrain

Dr. Thomas Christ, F. Lins, W. Bohne, E. Fuchs,

BMW Group

2:30 Strategies for the Worldwide Race to CO Reduction

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Dr. David Gagliardi, D. Klein, Ricardo Deutschland GmbH

3:00 Hydro Smart – Electric Vehicle with Fuel Cell Range

Extender

Martin Ziegler, Prof. Dr. H. Gabele, Prof. Dr. F. Panik,

IBZ, Esslingen University of Applied Sciences;

R. Bauer, Daimler AG

3:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

HYBRID III

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Bernard Bäker

4:00 Preliminary Design of Electrified Powertrains by

Dint of Scalable Simulation Models

Dominik Bücherl, A. Thanheiser, Prof. Dr. H.-G. Herzog,

TU Munich

4:30 Hybrid Drivetrain Simulation for Hardware-in-the-

Loop Applications

Tino Schulze, J. Sauer, Dr. T. Schulte, dSPACE GmbH

5:00 Using Estimated Gradient and Vehicle Mass

for Energy Management Optimization of a Serial

Hybrid Bus

Andreas Dreschinski, FKFS; Prof. Dr. H.-C. Reuss, IVK,

University of Stuttgart; Dr. A. Yap, MB-technology GmbH

7:30 pm Formal reception at the “Alte Stuttgarter Reithalle”

Enjoy stimulating discussions with fellow participants and speakers in a relaxing atmosphere.

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>> SESSION 2 Meidinger Room

DRIVING DYNAMICS AND DRIVER ASSISTANCE I

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Klaus Dietmayer

11:00 am Integrated Vehicle Dynamics Control for an Electric

Vehicle with Single-Wheel Chassis Actuators

Peter Reinold, E. Sawazki, Prof. Dr. A. Trächtler,

Heinz Nixdorf Institute, RtM, University of Paderborn

11:30 Active Steering Torque Control by Using Coherence

and Regression Analysis Independent of Vehicle Type

Benan Serarslan, BMW Group; Prof. Dr. D. Schramm,

University of Duisburg-Essen

12:00 Experimental Evaluation and Improvisation of Head

Toss and Coarse Road Isolation using Magneto-

Rheological Fluid Based Dampers, for High Ground

Clearance Urban SUV

Jayachander Sreegururaj, C. Nandagopalan, A. Sriniwas,

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

12:30 pm Lunch in the exhibition hall

DRIVING DYNAMICS AND DRIVER ASSISTANCE II

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein

2:00 Audi Drive Select – Individualization of the Vehicle

Characteristics in the New Audi A8

Stefan Ullmann, A. Wöhler, Dr. H. Glaser, AUDI AG

2:30 About the Identification of Tyre Performance Maps

Based on Vehicle Dynamics Measurements with a

Race Car

Andreas Kerschbaumer, Dr. C. Prettenthaler, Virtual

Vehicle Competence Center (ViF), Forschungsgesellschaft

mbH; G. Schagerl, M. Peinsitt, AVL List GmbH

3:00 Automation of Driveability Research in Different

Test Environments Using the Example of the

Positive Load Change Manoeuvre (“TipIn”)

Prof. Dr. Dr. Albert Albers, C. Zingel, IPEK – Institute of

Product Development, University of Karlsruhe (TH);

Dr. J. Zehetner, AVL List GmbH

3:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

NETWORKING AND ARCHITECTURE

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Jörn-Uwe Varchmin

4:00 Wireless Updates of Vehicle ECUs via Software

Filling Stations

Theodor Hermann, F. Necker, VISPIRON AG

4:30 Monitoring System Functions in Service-Oriented

Distributed Systems

Dr. Kay Werthschulte, ESG Elektroniksystem- und

Logistik-GmbH

5:00 Data Compression Algorithms for EOL Flash

Programming of Automotive ECUs with CAN

Dr. Achim Fahrner, Y. Anouz, C. Mauer, T. Ströbele,

ZF Friedrichshafen AG; M. Geese, ZF Getriebe GmbH;

A. Happel, Vector Informatik GmbH


SESSION 3 Bertha Benz Room

SOFTWARE AND DEVELOPMENT

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Klaus D. Müller-Glaser

11:00 am X-IN-THE-LOOP: A Platform for the Development of

Cross-Simulation

Prof. Dr. Detlef Justen, S. Hinzmann, A. Mubarak,

Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences

11:30 .mzT – The Key to Systematic Test Cases Design

Florian Prester, sepp.med GmbH

12:00 Functional Safety by Model-Based Design Compliant

with ISO 26262

Marc Götting, ITK Engineering AG, Office Stuttgart

12:30 pm Lunch in the exhibition hall

EXHAUST GAS AFTERTREATMENT

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Geringer

1:30 SCR and Particulate Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment

Systems for Heavy Duty EU VI and NRMM Level IV;

The Future is Being Scrutinized

Peter Hirth, R. Brück, W. Maus, Emitec GmbH

2:00 Soot Layer Evolution as well as Ash Accumulation

Phenomena in Diesel Particulate Filters

Dr. Panayotis Dimopoulos Eggenschwiler, A. Liati,

A. Winkler, Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for

Materials Testing and Research

2:30 Heat-Integrated Exhaust Purification –

New Potentials for Engine Optimization

Jens Bernnat, M. Rink, Dr. U. Tuttlies,

Prof. Dr. G. Eigenberger, Prof. Dr. U. Nieken, ICVT,

University of Stuttgart

3:00 DPF-C – A Particulate Filter with New Design and

Superior Design Freedom

Jochen Linhart, A. Franz, Dr. S. Kunze,

MANN+HUMMEL GMBH

3:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

ALTERNATIVE FUELS

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Horst Harndorf

4:00 Basic Electronic Control Dual Fuel (Diesel-Natural

Gas) System for a Turbocharged, Intercooled,

Constant Speed Genset Engine

Satdive Sachin Prabhakar, Z. M. Kozhakkaniyil,

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

4:30 Diesel Combustion Characteristics of Jatropha

Oil Methyl Ester

Dr. Thet Myo, Directorate of Myanma Industrial

Planning; Prof. E. Kinoshita, Prof. K. Hamasaki,

Kagoshima University

5:00 Optimally Controlled Flexible Fuel Vehicle

Hakan Yilmaz, Li Jiang, Robert Bosch LLC; M. Christie,

Ricardo Inc.; A. Stefanopoulou, University of Michigan

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SESSION 4 Reutlingen Room

ENGINE CONTROL AND MODELLING

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Helmut Eichlseder

11:00 am Intelligent Engine Management System for Small

Handheld Internal Combustion Engines

Dr. Matthias Hehnke, H. Leufen, C. Naegele, A. Bähner,

Dr. C. Möser, K. Schmidt, ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

11:30 Mean Value Modelling of Intake and Exhaust Systems

of Automotive Engines: Model Identification and

Related Errors

Agostino Gambarotta, Dr. G. Lucchetti, Dr. M. Taburri,

Dr. I. Vaja, University of Parma

12:00 Model-Based Simulation and Control of the Intake

Gas Composition for Turbocharged Diesel Engines

with High- and Low-Pressure EGR

Matthias Mrosek, Prof. Dr. Dr. R. Isermann, IAT,

TU Darmstadt

12:30 pm Lunch in the exhibition hall

FUEL SYSTEMS

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Georg Wachtmeister

1:30 Biodeterioration in Diesel Fuel Systems

Dr. Sven Siegle, Andre Marhofer, N. Klinkspon,

MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH

2:00 Diesel Fuel Filter System with Integrated Water

Separation and Water Purification for Automatic

Disposal

Jochen Reyinger, E. Dürr, Dr. M. Durst, M. Weindorf,

Dr. P. Trautmann, MANN+HUMMEL GMBH

2:30 Mechanical Control Dual Fuel (Diesel-Natural Gas)

System for a Naturally Aspirated, Variable Speed

Tractor Engine

Satdive Sachin Prabhakar, Z. M. Kozhakkaniyil,

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

3:00 Optimized Low Pressure Fuel System Layout to

Prevent Biodiesel Aging in the Vehicle

Dr. Dieter Eppinger, P. Bothner, Dr. A. v. Stockhausen,

Dr. M. Mangold, Dr. H. Stutzenberger, Robert Bosch GmbH

3:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

RAILWAY VEHICLES I

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Dieter Bögle

4:00 Local Emission Prevention and Reduced Fuel

Consumption of Diesel Multiple Units by means

of Hybrid Energy Storage

Holger Dittus, D. Hülsebusch, J. Ungethüm, DLR Stuttgart

4:30 DIWAPack and Hybridization – a Modular, Highly

Integrated Powertrain System for Rail Applications

Thomas Forner, Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG

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PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY 17 MARCH 2010

SESSION 1 König Karl Hall

ELECTRIC VEHICLES

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Clemens Gühmann

8:30 am Conversion Efficiency Enhancement of a Photovoltaic

and Thermoelectric Generator Hybrid Power Source

Omar Abu Mohareb, Prof. Dr. H.-C. Reuss, IVK, University

of Stuttgart; Q. Naman, High Tech Industrial

Service W.L.L.; Dr. M. Grimm, FKFS

9:00 Energetic Evaluation of Electrified Vehicle Concepts

Andreas Thanheiser, D. Bücherl, Prof. Dr. H.-G. Herzog,

TU Munich

9:30 Joint Research Project “ePerformance” – Integrated

for the Development of an Electric Vehicle

Dr. Christian Allmann, Audi Electronics Venture GmbH;

M. Schüssler, AUDI AG

10:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

CI ENGINES AND TURBOCHARGING

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Peter Eilts

10:30 Evolution of the Smart CDI Meeting Emission Level EU5

Dirk Busenthür, Dr. L. Bakaj, Dr. S. Keppeler,

T. Mühleisen, Dr. J. Schommers, Daimler AG

11:00 Effect of Turbocharger Geometrical Configurations

on Engine Performance and Emissions

Krishnan Nandhakumar, D. Parag, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

11:30 Simplified Explanation of the Interactions between

Turbocharging and Exhaust Gas Recirculation

Dr. Michael Breuer, Pierburg GmbH

12:00 Model-Based Fault Detection and Diagnosis for

Common Rail Injection Systems

Sebastian Clever, Prof. Dr. Dr. R. Isermann,

IAT, TU Darmstadt

12:30 pm Lunch in the exhibition hall

SI ENGINES

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Spicher

1:15 2nd Generation Petrol Direct Injection:

Combination of Stratified and Homogeneous

Combustion Process

Uwe Schaupp, Daimler AG; et al.

1:45 The MAHLE Downsizing Engine – High Performance

Combined with Low Fuel Consumption

Volker Korte, G. Lumsden, N. Fraser, J. Hall,

MAHLE Powertrain Ltd.

2:15 Characterization of the Thermo-Chemical Processes

Involved in an SI Engine by Optical Measurements

Dr. Cinzia Tornatore, Dr. S. Merola, P. Sementa,

Istituto Motori, CNR

2:45 Reducing Particulate Numbers in Direct-Injection

Spark-Ignition Engines

Matthias Kratzsch, O. Kannapin, IAV GmbH

>> SESSION 2 Meidinger Room

VEHICLE CONCEPTS

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Frank Gauterin

8:30 am Thermal Comfort Simulations in the Presence of

Humidity

Dr. Murat Sabanca, TWT GmbH; S. Evans, CD-adapco;

O. Moos, A. Strobel, Daimler AG; E. Ruiz, MB-technology

GmbH

9:00 Innovative Design Concept for Alternative

Powertrains

Philipp Steinle, M. Kriescher, Prof. H. E. Friedrich,

DLR Stuttgart

9:30 Electric Powertrain: System and Conception of

Powertrain Components, Transmission and Auxiliary

Drives Using the Example of an All-Wheel Drive EV

Berthold Steinmann, H.-G. Schmitz, Dr. G. Freitag,

Dr. A. Wittmer, G. Vogt, erphi electronic GmbH;

Dr. M. Lenz, Bosch Engineering GmbH

10:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

AERODYNAMICS AND THERMAL MANAGEMENT

Chaired by: Dr. Thomas Heckenberger

10:30 The 4th Dimension Aerodynamic –

The new Porsche Panamera

Tom Gürtler, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

11:00 Unsteady Phenomena in Vehicle Aerodynamics

under Time-Dependent Flow Conditions

Pascal Theissen, Dr. R. Demuth, BMW Group;

Prof. Dr. N. Adams, TU Munich

11:30 Sophisticated Thermal Management for Li-ion

Batteries – from Evaluation of Thermal Cell

Characteristics to Test Run of the Battery in

a Climate Battery System Test Bench

Dr. Achim Wiebelt, Dr. D. Neumeister, Dr. M. Stripf,

M. Kohlberger, Dr. T. Heckenberger, Behr GmbH & Co. KG

12:00 A New Heat Exchanger Design for Euro 6

Commercial Vehicle Engine Cooling

Dr. Jörg Soldner, Dr. F. Opferkuch, Modine Europe GmbH

12:30 pm Lunch in the exhibition hall

WHOLE VEHICLES

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Horst Friedrich

1:45 Vehicles with a Future – the Influence of Demographic

Change on Vehicle Development and Design

Dr. Jasmin Ostertag, M. Dimitrov,

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

2:15 The Acoustics of the Porsche Panamera

Hans-Jochen Stark, Dr. B. Pfaefflin,

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

2:45 Easy Light! – New Approaches towards Realizing

Future Technologies and Business Structures for

Innovative Lightweight Concepts in the Automotive

Industry

Dr. Peter P. Klose, MBtech Consulting GmbH


SESSION 3 Bertha Benz Room

MECHANICS AND ACOUSTICS

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Helmut Tschöke

8:30 am Advanced Simulation of the Governing Oil System

of an Engine

Dr. Andreas Gitt-Gehrke, T. Duffe, Volkswagen AG;

H. Ding, Simerics Inc.

9:00 New NVH Challenges Due to Drastic CO Reduction

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Requirements

Dr. Stefan Heuer, K. Wolff, Dr. C. Steffens,

FEV Motorentechnik GmbH

9:30 Torqueboost CamInCam – A Compact System for

Low End Torque Improvement by Variable Exhaust

Duration

Falk Schneider, M. Kreisig, MAHLE Ventiltrieb GmbH;

R. Dingelstadt, MAHLE International GmbH

10:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

MODELLING AND SIMULATION

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Karl-Ludwig Krieger

10:30 Quantification of CO Emission Influenced by

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Adaptive Cruise Control in Customer-Relevant

Driving Operation

Chris Wagner, FKFS; M. Salfeld, S. Knoll, Robert Bosch

GmbH; Prof. Dr. H.-C. Reuss, IVK, University of Stuttgart

11:00 Short Proposal on PC Modelling Mission Profiles of

Distributed Component Systems

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Sattler, G. Uygur, LZS, University of

Erlangen-Nürnberg

11:30 Estimation of the Oil Temperature in Adjustable

Vibration Dampers

Prof. Dr. Konrad Reif, Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative

State University; Dr. K. Schmidt, Audi Electronics

Venture GmbH; F. Schimmack, F. Niedermeier, AUDI AG;

N. Kennes, RWTH Aachen

12:00 Function-in-the-Loop (FiL) – Potential for Efficient

Function Tests

Thomas Schmerler, Dr. W. Eismann, Dr. U. Lefarth,

ETAS GmbH

12:30 pm Lunch in the exhibition hall

ANALYSIS / ECU CALIBRATION / MODELLING

Chaired by: Dietmar Goericke

1:15 Efficient Engine Start-Up Analysis Using a Novel

Wall Heat Transfer Model for Engines with Gasoline

Direct Injection

David Lejsek, Dr. A. Kulzer, Dr. A. Kufferath, Robert Bosch

GmbH; Prof. Dr. G. Hohenberg, VKM, TU Darmstadt;

Prof. Dr. M. Bargende, IVK, University of Stuttgart

1:45 Piston Temperature Measurement with Telemetry-

Based Data Transmission

Bernd Heiner Schäfer, MAHLE GmbH; V. Schneider,

M. Geisselbrecht, MAHLE International GmbH

2:15 Use of Model-Based Calibration in The Test Cell

Dr. David Sampson, I. Noell, The MathWorks Ltd.;

J. Uhl, Dr. J. Schlosser, The MathWorks GmbH

2:45 Experimental Modelling for the Dynamic Behavior

of Diesel Engines

Alexander Schreiber, Prof. Dr. Dr. R. Isermann, TU Darmstadt;

M. Weber, Continental Engineering Services

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SESSION 4 Reutlingen Room

REPORTS FROM FVV-PROJECTS

Chaired by: Dr. Karl Kollmann

8:30 am Operating Strategies for Auto-Ignition in

Petrol Engines

Goran Babic, H.-J. Berner, Prof. Dr. M. Bargende, IVK,

University of Stuttgart

9:00 Influence of Loading Conditions on the Regeneration

Behaviour of Diesel Particulate Filters

Prof. Dr. Gennadi Zikoridse, R. Sandig, Vehicle Research

Institute, University of Applied Sciences, Dresden

9:30 Pre-Mature Ignition in Gasoline Engines

Christoph Dahnz, Prof. Dr. U. Spicher, H. Kubach,

H. Kyung-Man, IFKM, Karlsruhe Institute for Technology

10:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

DESIGN AND PRODUCTION ENGINEERING

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Dieter Spath

11:00 Manufacturing Aspects in Simulation-Based Bead

Optimization

Neven Majic,Prof. Dr. Dr. A.Albers, IPEK, Institute

of Product Development, University of Karlsruhe (TH);

B. Krönauer, Prof. Dr. H. Hoffmann, Institute of Metal

Forming and Casting, TU Munich

11:30 Freehand Sketches in the Product Development

Dr. Sabine Roth-Koch, Fraunhofer Institute for

Manufacturing Engineering and Automation

12:00 Production of Shell Structures Using Double Sheet

Hydroforming

Christian Bolay, Prof. Dr. M. Liewald, IFU,

University of Stuttgart

12:30 pm Lunch in the exhibition hall

RAILWAY VEHICLES II

Chaired by: Prof. Dr. Dieter Bögle

1:45 Improvement of Track Maintenance by

Continuous Monitoring with Regularly

Scheduled High-Speed Trains

Klaus Ulrich Wolter, Dr. M. Zacher, Deutsche Bahn AG,

Systemverbund Bahn, DB Systemtechnik

2:15 Fire Protection Requirements in Modern Light Rail

Vehicles and Tramways

Sebastian Lucke, Stuttgarter Straßenbahn AG

2:45 Energy Efficient and Low Wear On-Time Train

Operation Using the Driver Assistant LEADER

Dr. Manfred Walter, Dr. M. Nock, Knorr-Bremse SfS GmbH

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PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY 17 MARCH 2010

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PLENARY SESSION König Karl Hall

8:30 am Four parallel sessions

10:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

10:30 Four parallel sessions

12:30 pm Lunch in the exhibition hall

1:15 Four parallel sessions

3:15 Refreshment break with coffee and tea

3:45 Keynote speech

Prof. Dr. Zhuoping Yu, School of Automotive Studies,

Tongji University of Shanghai

4:00 Plenary discussion

Variety or Standardisation —

How Will the Car of the Future Develop?

Chaired by: Johannes Winterhagen, Editor-in-Chief ATZ

Members:

Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart, Roland Berger GmbH

Prof. Dr. Herbert Kohler, Daimler AG

Prof. Dr. Ahmed Soliman, University of North Carolina,

USA

Prof. Dr. Martin Winter, WWU Münster

Prof. Zhuoping Yu, School of Automotive

Studies der Tongji University, Shanghai

5:15 Closing address

Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss

Member of the Board, FKFS and Professor of Automotive

Mechatronics at IVK, University of Stuttgart

5:30 Conference ends


THE ORGANISERS

FKFS

Research Institute of Automotive Engineering

and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart

FKFS is an independent institute which performs research and

development work on behalf of the international automotive

industry and carries out basic research in collaboration with

its partner institute, IVK.

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SPEAKERS, MEMBERS OF THE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE, CHAIRPERSONS

Omar Abu Mohareb

IVK, University of Stuttgart

Prof. Dr. Dr. Albert Albers

IPEK – Institute of Product Development,

University of Karlsruhe (TH)

Dr. Christian Allmann

Audi Electronics Venture GmbH

Goran Babic

IVK, University of Stuttgart

Prof. Dr. Bernard Bäker

Institute of Automotive Engineering,

TU Dresden

Prof. Dr. Michael Bargende

FKFS Stuttgart,

IVK, University of Stuttgart

Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart

Roland Berger GmbH

Jens Bernnat

Institute for Chemical Process

Engineering, University of Stuttgart

Prof. Dr. Dieter Bögle

Lecturer and research specialist in

rail vehicle engineering,

University of Stuttgart

Christian Bolay

Institute for Metal Forming Technology,

University of Stuttgart

Dr. Michael Breuer

Pierburg GmbH

Dominik Bücherl

Institute of Energy Conversion

Technology, TU Munich

Dirk Busenthür

Daimler AG

Dr. Thomas Christ

BMW Group

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Sebastian Clever

Laboratory for Control Systems and

Process Automation, TU Darmstadt

Christoph Dahnz

Institute of Piston Engines,

Karlsruhe Institute for Technology

Dr. Herbert Demel

Magna Steyr AG & Co. KG

Prof. Dr. Klaus Dietmayer

Institute of Measurement,

Control and Microtechnology,

University of Ulm

Dr. Panayotis Dimopoulos Eggenschwiler

Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for

Materials Testing and Research

Holger Dittus

German Aerospace Center, Stuttgart

Andreas Dreschinski

Research Institute of Automotive Engineering

and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart (FKFS)

Wolfgang Dürheimer

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein

Institute of Automotive Engineering,

RWTH Aachen

Prof. Dr. Helmut Eichlseder

Institute for Internal Combustion Engines

and Thermodynamics,

Graz University of Technology

Prof. Dr. Peter Eilts

Institute of Internal Combustion Engines,

TU Braunschweig

Dr. Dieter Eppinger

Robert Bosch GmbH

em. Prof. Dr. Ulf Essers

IVK, University of Stuttgart,

FKFS, Stuttgart

Dr. Achim Fahrner

ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Thomas Forner

Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG

Prof. Dr. Horst Friedrich

German Aerospace Center, Stuttgart

Dr. David Gagliardi

Ricardo Deutschland GmbH

Agostino Gambarotta

University of Parma

Prof. Dr. Frank Gauterin

Institute of Automotive Engineering and

Mobile Traction Engines,

University of Karlsruhe (TH)

Prof. Dr. Bernhard Geringer

Institute of Combustion Engines and

Automotive Engineering, TU Vienna

Dr. Andreas Gitt-Gehrke

Volkswagen AG

Dietmar Goericke

FVV e.V.

Marc Götting

ITK Engineering AG, Stuttgart

Prof. Dr. Clemens Gühmann

Chair of Electronic Measurement and

Diagnostic Technology, TU Berlin

Tom Gürtler

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Prof. Dr. Horst Harndorf

Chair of Piston Engines and

Internal Combustion Engines,

University of Rostock

Dr. Thomas Heckenberger

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Dr. Matthias Hehnke

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Theodor Hermann

VISPIRON AG

Dr. Stefan Heuer

FEV Motorentechnik GmbH


SPEAKERS, MEMBERS OF THE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE, CHAIRPERSONS

Peter Hirth

Emitec GmbH

Prof. Dr. Günter F. Hohenberg

Institute of Internal Combustion Engines,

TH Darmstadt

Li Jiang

Robert Bosch LLC

Prof. Dr. Detlef Justen

Faculty of Computer Science/IT,

Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences

Andreas Kerschbaumer

Virtual Vehicle Competence Center (ViF),

Forschungsgesellschaft mbH

Dr. Peter P. Klose

MBtech Consulting GmbH

Prof. Dr. Herbert Kohler

Daimler AG

Dr. Karl Kollmann

Volker Korte

MAHLE Powertrain Ltd.

Matthias Kratzsch

IAV GmbH

Prof. Dr. Karl-Ludwig Krieger

Institute for Theoretical Electrical

Engineering and Microelectronics,

University of Bremen

Michael Kriescher

German Aerospace Center

Institute of Vehicle Concepts

Dr. Bernd Last

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

David Lejsek

Robert Bosch GmbH

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Dr. Rolf Leonhard

Robert Bosch GmbH

Jochen Linhart

MANN+HUMMEL GMBH

Sebastian Lucke

Stuttgarter Straßenbahn AG

Neven Majic

IPEK – Institute of Product Development,

University of Karlsruhe (TH)

Andre Marhofer

MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH

Prof. Dr. Dr. Rudolf J. Menne

RJM Consulting

Prof. Dr. Leopold Mikulic

Daimler AG

Dr. Uwe Mohr

MAHLE International GmbH

Matthias Mrosek

Laboratory for Control Systems and

Process Automation, TU Darmstadt

Prof. Dr. Klaus D. Müller-Glaser

Institute for Information Processing

Technology, Karlsruhe Institute of

Technology

Dr. Thet Myo

Directorate of Myanma Industrial Planning

Krishnan Nandhakumar

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

Dr. Harald Naunheimer

ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Dr. Jasmin Ostertag

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Satdive Sachin Prabhakar

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

Florian Prester

sepp.med GmbH

Prof. Dr. Konrad Reif

Baden-Wuerttemberg Cooperative

State University

Peter Reinold

Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Chair of Control

Engineering and Mechatronics,

University of Paderborn

Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss

FKFS Stuttgart,

IVK, University of Stuttgart

Jochen Reyinger

MANN+HUMMEL GMBH

Dr. Sabine Roth-Koch

Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing

Engineering and Automation IPA

Dr. Murat Sabanca

TWT GmbH Science & Innovation

Dr. David Sampson

The MathWorks Ltd.

Prof. Dr. Sebastian Sattler

Chair of Reliable Circuits and Systems,

University of Erlangen-Nürnberg

Bernd Heiner Schäfer

MAHLE GmbH

Uwe Schaupp

Daimler AG

Thomas Schmerler

ETAS GmbH

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SPEAKERS, MEMBERS OF THE CONFERENCE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE, CHAIRPERSONS

Falk Schneider

MAHLE Ventiltrieb GmbH

Alexander Schreiber

Laboratory for Control Systems and

Process Automation, TU Darmstadt

Tino Schulze

dSPACE GmbH

Benan Serarslan

BMW Group

Wolfgang Siebenpfeiffer

Publisher ATZ | MTZ | VKU

Dr. Sven Siegle

MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH

Dr. Jörg Soldner

Modine Europe GmbH

Prof. Dr. Ahmed Soliman

University of North Carolina, USA

Prof. Dr. Dieter Spath

IAT, University of Stuttgart

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Spicher

Karlsruher Institut für Technology

Jayachander Sreegururaj

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

A. Sriniwas

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

Prof. Dr. Cornel Stan

Research and Transfer Center e.V.,

University of Zwickau

Hans-Jochen Stark

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

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Philipp Steinle

German Aerospace Center, Stuttgart

Berthold Steinmann

erphi electronic GmbH

Andreas Thanheiser

Institute of Energy Conversion

Technology, TU Munich

Pascal Theissen

BMW Group

Dr. Cinzia Tornatore

Instituto Motori, CNR

Prof. Dr. Helmut Tschöke

Institute for Mobile Systems,

Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg

Stefan Ullmann

AUDI AG

Prof. Dr. Jörn-Uwe Varchmin

Prof. Dr. Georg Wachtmeister

Chair of Internal Combustion Engines,

TU Munich

Chris Wagner

Research Institute of Automotive Engineering

and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart (FKFS)

Dr. Manfred Walter

Knorr-Bremse SfS GmbH

Alfred Weber

MANN+HUMMEL GMBH

Dr. Thomas Weber

Daimler AG

Michael Weiss

Daimler AG

Dr. Kay Werthschulte

ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik-GmbH

Dr. Achim Wiebelt

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Prof. Dr. Jochen Wiedemann

FKFS Stuttgart,

IVK, University of Stuttgart

Prof. Dr. Martin Winter

WWU Münster

Johannes Winterhagen

Editor-in-Chief ATZ

Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn

Volkswagen AG

Klaus Ulrich Wolter

Deutsche Bahn AG, Systemverbund Bahn,

DB Systemtechnik

Hakan Yilmaz

Robert Bosch LLC

Prof. Dr. Zhuoping Yu

School of Automotive Studies,

Tongji University of Shanghai

Wolfgang Zahn

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Martin Ziegler

Institute for Fuel Cells,

Esslingen University of Applied Sciences

Prof. Dr. Gennadi Zikoridse

Vehicle Research Institute,

University of Applied Sciences, Dresden

Werner Zobel

Modine Europe GmbH


Altair Engineering GmbH 3

Calwer Straße 7

D-71034 Böblingen

phone +49 (0)7031 6208-175

fax +49 (0)7031 6208-99

albrecht@altair.de

www.altair.de

Altair Engineering, Inc. empowers client innovation and

decision-making through technology that optimizes the analysis,

management and visualization of business and engineering

information. Privately held, with more than 1,300 employees, Altair

has offi ces throughout North America, South America, Europe

and Asia/Pacifi c. With a 20-year-plus track record for enterprise

analytics, product development and advanced computing, Altair

consistently delivers a competitive advantage to customers in a

broad range of industries. To learn more, please visit www.altair.

com

ATZ Springer Automotive Media 25

Abraham-Lincoln-Straße 46

D-65189 Wiesbaden

phone +49 (0)611 - 7878-192

fax +49 (0)611 - 7878-407

sabrina.brokopp@springer.com

www.atzonline.de

Since 1898 ATZ is a publication for technically oriented

management within the automotive industry – and therefore the

eldest automotive publication of the world. An essential source

of information for all engineers of automotive construction,

worldwide. We have kept this tradition successfully until today.

Along the printed publications we launched ATZonline and ATZlive,

two additional stands in the foundation of news coverage and in

the exchange of experiences. You will fi nd all information at www.

ATZonline.com.

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH 29

Mörikestraße 155

D-71636 Ludwigsburg

phone +49 (0)7141.132-0

fax +49 (0)7141.132-350

technoloy@beru.com

www.beru.com

From the end of September 2009 BERU will be a 100% subsidiary

of the US American automotive supplier BorgWarner. BERU

occupies a leading position as a specialist in Ignition Technology,

Diesel Cold-Start Technology as well as Electronics and Sensors.

Our modern technologies aim to enhance individual mobility

and safety. The environment is one of our most important

considerations, and it goes without saying that our products meet

the high quality standards that you rightly expect of us.

CADFEM GmbH 28

Marktplatz 2

D-85567 Grafi ng b. München

phone +49 (0)8092.7005-0

fax +49 (0)8092.7005-77

info@cadfem.de

www.cadfem.de

CD-adapco 7

Nordostpark 3-5

D-90411 Nürnberg

phone +49 (0)911.94643-3

fax +49 (0)911.94643-99

info@de.cd-adapco.com

www.cd-adapco.com

CD-adapco is the leading global provider of full-spectrum

engineering simulation (CAE) solutions for fl uid fl ow, heat transfer

and stress to the automotive industry, with principal offi ces

in Nuremberg, London, New York and Yokohama. STAR-CCM+

and STAR-CD provide the automotive industry with the most

comprehensive CFD solutions, with the STAR-CAD series as an

easy-to-use, CAD-embedded front door to the full spectrum of CD

adapco solutions.

CD-adapco’s solutions are specifi cally tailored to the automotive

industry, including dedicated solutions for modelling internal

combustion engines, engine thermal management, external

aerodynamics, passenger comfort, and aftertreatment.

Daimler AG 33

Mercedesstraße 137

D-70546 Stuttgart

phone +49 (0)711.17.0

dialog@daimler.com

www.daimler.com

Daimler AG is one of the world’s most successful automotive

companies. With its divisions Mercedes-Benz Cars, Daimler

Trucks, Mercedes-Benz Vans, Daimler Buses and Daimler Financial

Services, the Daimler Group is one of the biggest producers of

premium cars and the world‘s biggest manufacturer of commercial

vehicles with a global reach. Daimler Financial Services provides

its customers with a full range of automotive fi nancial services

including fi nancing, leasing, insurance and fl eet management.

The company’s founders, Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, made

history with the invention of the automobile in the year 1886. As

an automotive pioneer, Daimler continues to shape the future of

mobility. The Group applies innovative and green technologies to

produce safe and superior vehicles which fascinate and delight

its customers. With the development of alternative drive systems,

Daimler is the only vehicle producer investing in hybrid drive,

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electric motors and fuel-cell systems, with the goal of achieving

emission-free mobility in the long term. This is just one example

of how Daimler willingly accepts the challenge of meeting its

responsibility towards society and the environment.

Daimler sells its vehicles and services in nearly all the countries

of the world and has production facilities on fi ve continents. Its

current brand portfolio includes, in addition to the world’s most

valuable automotive brand, Mercedes-Benz, the brands smart,

Maybach, Freightliner, Western Star, Fuso, Setra, Orion and

Thomas Built Buses. The company is listed on the stock exchanges

of Frankfurt, New York and Stuttgart (stock exchange symbol

DAI). In 2009, the Group sold 1.6 million vehicles and employed a

workforce of more than 256,000 people; revenue totaled € 78.9

billion and EBIT amounted minus €1.5 billion.

DEWETRON GmbH 26

Daimlerstraße 2

D-73249 Wernau

phone +49 (0)7153.3337

fax +49 (0)7153.39528

Tim.dormann@dewetron.de

www.dewetron.de

Due to shorter product development cycles, the pressure on

engineers and technicians to produce accurate and repeatable

test data has never been greater. DEWETRON supports them by

providing market leading Test and Measurement Instruments and

Solutions.

Our system’s characteristics:

• Synchronous multi-domain data acquisition

• Signal conditioning for any sensor

• Market leading software with sensor database support

• Scalable, fl exible and reliable hardware

• Worldwide support and service

• Connectivity to and many third party products including data

analysis software

DEWETRON’s unique product architecture put data from many

sources in one RECORDING and in SYNC. Having automatically all

data synchronized, makes data analysis and processing faster and

easier than ever. This brings a whole new level of understanding

and comparing test data and results.

Whatever your measurement application is - WE HAVE THE

SOLUTION!

dSPACE GmbH 27

Rathenaustraße 26

D-33102 Paderborn

phone +49 (0) 5251 1638-0

fax +49 (0)5251 16198-0

info@dspace.de

www.dspace.com

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dSPACE develops and distributes tools for the development

of electronic control units (ECUs) and mechatronic systems

worldwide. dSPACE was one of the companies that created this

market segment some 20 years ago, and continues to shape it to

this day.

Our systems enable you to reduce development times and costs

dramatically when you design ECUs and controllers, which

systematically increases your productivity. The reason is our

optimal mix of standard solutions for rapid control prototyping,

automatic production code generation, hardware-in-the-loop

simulation, and ECU calibration. Our products are used not only in

the automotive industry, but also in aerospace, drives technology,

medical technology, industrial automation, and other fi elds.

There are now more than 800 dSPACE employees worldwide.

dSPACE systems are distributed by the headquarters in

Paderborn, subsidiaries in the USA, France, the UK, and Japan,

and a distributor supported by our Representative Offi ce in China.

In addition, numerous distributors look after our customers in

other countries.

ElringKlinger Motortechnik GmbH 35

Richard-Klinger-Straße 8

D-65510 Idstein

phone +49 (0)6126.22-305

fax +49 (0)6126.22-342

www.elringklingermotec.de

ElringKlinger Motortechnik GmbH is busy in the fi eld of engine

development service and offers its clients special durability- and

thermoshock testing facilities which are absolutely state of the

art. Furthermore special investigations and optimization work is

carried out. Especially coldstart investigations under transient

conditions can be realized on dynamic testbeds. Engines and

exhaust after treatment systems will be optimized with modern

equipment for online analysis (such as 2 line Sulev-analyser, CVSsystem,

Particulate smart sampler, Opacimeter) in order to reach

the best achievable emission behaviour.

e-mobil BW GmbH 16

www.emobilbw.de

e-mobil BW GmbH is the new state agency for electric mobility

and fuel cell technology in Baden-Wuerttemberg, conceived

as the central contacting and consulting offi ce for all issues on

electric mobility. In times of an impending structural change in

the automotive industry, the objective of e-mobil BW is to support

the same on its way to large-scale implementation of e-mobility.

e-mobil BW focuses on strengthening innovative power and

exploiting major synergistic effects to achieve a better networking

of all players and funding activities in Baden-Württemberg. First

and foremost, small and medium-sized companies should be

more effectively integrated in the innovation process of electric

mobility. The Stuttgart Symposium is an excellent forum for emobil

BW to establish contacts to important network partners

and to provide information on the various areas of activity of the

agency.


ETAS GmbH 32

Borsigstraße 14

D-70469 Stuttgart

phone +49 (0)711. 89661-0

fax +49 (0)711. 89661-1 06

sales.de@etas.com

www.etas.com

ETAS enjoys a longstanding relationship with the automotive

industry and provides its customers with integrated tools and

tool solutions for the development and service of automotive

Embedded Control Units (ECUs).

As a premium tool supplier, ETAS consistently delivers on

innovation, price-performance ratio, and quality across all phases

of ECU development and service.

With 680 employees, the ETAS Group, headquartered in Stuttgart,

Germany, maintains regional offi ces in the United States, Japan,

Korea, China, India, France, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy,

Brazil, and the Russian Federation.

FKFS 38

Pfaffenwaldring 12

D-70569 Stuttgart

phone +49 (0)711 685-65612

fax +49 (0)711 6873689

symposium@fkfs.de

www.fkfs.de

FKFS is an independent institute which performs research and

development work on behalf of the international automobile

industry and carries out basic research in collaboration with its

partner institute, IVK.

FREUDENBERG DICHTUNGS- UND 4

SCHWINGUNGSTECHNIK GMBH & CO. KG

Höhnerweg 2-4

D-69465 Weinheim

phone +49 (0)6201.80 6730

fax +49 (0)6201.88 6730

less@freudenberg-ds.com

www.freudenberg-ds.com/less

Freudenberg Seals and Vibration Control

Freudenberg Dichtungs- und Schwingungstechnik

As a Technology Specialist for sealing solutions, Freudenberg

Seals and Vibration Control Technology is collaborating closely

with automotive manufacturers and suppliers worldwide. In

more than 30 production sites all over Europe, Freudenberg is

developing and manufacturing complete sealing packages and

advanced single sealing solutions for customers in automotive

industry and in many other industrial branches.

Freudenberg Seals and Vibrations Control Technology is part

of the broadly diversifi ed, worldwide acting Freudenberg Group

which was founded in 1849. The Simmerring ® radial shaft seal

was developed at Freudenberg in 1929. Today, the company is

offering far more than 100.000 different sealing products to the

customers. Freudenberg is successfully combining decades

of experience with a mature knowledge of technology, endless

creativity, and a forward-looking spirit of innovation.

For 159 years, the family owned company is committed to

innovation and customer orientation in all fi elds. Long-term

orientation, fi nancial solidity and the excellence of 33.000

employees in 53 countries around the globe are the base of

successful collaboration for customers.

German Aerospace Center 37

Institute of Vehicle Concepts

Pfaffenwaldring 38-402

D-70569 Stuttgart

phone +49 (0)711.6862-256

fax +49 (0)711.6862.258

info@dlr.de

www.dlr.de/fk

The Institute of Vehicle Concepts is a system-oriented institute,

The Institute of Vehicle Concepts (FK) is a system-oriented

institute, which handles and coordinates

research subjects related to traffi c and transportation at the DLR

location in Stuttgart (Germany). The

activities at the Institute of Vehicle Concepts aim for the sustainable

development of technological systems for future generations of

road and railway vehicles. The contributions of the institute range

from concepts and feasibility studies to the construction design,

computation and simulation of research

demonstrators, -components and -vehicles as well as their

presentation.

The main subjects covered at the institute are:

Alternative Power Trains and Energy Conversion

Fuel and Energy Storages

Lightweight and Hybrid Design Methods

Innovative Vehicle Systems and Technology Evaluation

GeneSys Elektronik GmbH 26

In der Spoeck 10

D-77656 Offenburg

phone +49 (0)781 969279 0

fax +49 (0)781 969279 11

mail@genesys-offenburg.de

www.genesys-offenburg.de

GeneSys Elektronik GmbH is an engineering company with

focus on developing and producing sensor systems for a variety

of applications - ranging from automotive dynamics analysis

to guidance of tunnelling machines, and image processing for

process automation.

For vehicle dynamics testing GeneSys presents its inertial

measurement system ADMA-G. The gyro system provides highly

precise data on acceleration, speed and position as well as the

pitch, roll and heading angle of a moving vehicle.

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Designed for automotive testing, the ADMA is used with

increasing frequency for evaluation of driver assistance systems,

but also for other applications e.g. deceleration/acceleration

testing, tyres testing, road holding tests, kinematic and elastokinematic

analysis in addition to handling and track analysis and

the verifi cation of simulation models.

For synchronous recording of the relative movements of

several vehicles a turnkey solution was developed by GeneSys,

Dewetron and TÜV SÜD Automotive. The system facilitates in situ

interpretation of the recorded data.

HEAD acoustics GmbH 8

Ebertstraße 30a

D-52134 Herzogenrath

phone +49 (0)2407.577-0

fax +49 (0)2407.577-99

info@head-acoustics.de

www.head-acoustics.com

HEAD acoustics has developed into one of the world’s leading

suppliers of products and solutions for sound and vibration

analyses since its foundation in 1986. Today, not only the

company’s technical reproduction of human hearing sets

international standards, but also the pursued holistic approach

which includes all aspects of human perception of sound and

vibration occurrences.

HEAD acoustics develops high-performance measurement

and analysis systems for multi-channel sound and vibration

analyses, and binaural sound investigations. To meet virtually

any requirement for sound and vibration analyses, we offer a

variety of standard hardware and software systems as well as

user-specifi c solutions. The business activities of HEAD acoustics

range from real time identifi cation of sound sources, artifi cial head

measurement technology, aurally-accurate playback and multichannel

record technology, to jury testing, virtual engineering and

procedures for automatic noise detection. Consulting, training

and support complement the product offering.

Hochschule Esslingen 15

University of Applied Sciences

Kanalstraße 33

D-73728 Esslingen am Neckar

phone +49 (0)711.397-49

fax +49 (0)711.397-3100

info@hs-esslingen.de

www.hs-esslingen.de

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ITK Engineering AG 21

Luitpoldstraße 59

D-76863 Herxheim

phone +49 (0)7276.9885-600

fax +49 (0)7276.9885-619

info@itk-engineering.de

www.itk-engineering.de

As an ISO-9001 and ISO-13485 certifi ed development partner,

ITK Engineering is a synonym for innovations and high-class

software and systems engineering. Renowned companies in the

automotive, aerospace/defence and medical industry have relied

on our fl exibility, our engagement and our professionalism since

the foundation in 1994.

Our customers benefi t from our core competencies in the areas

of software engineering and embedded systems, model-based

design and testing as well as control systems design and signal

processing.

Additionally, we stand out due to our extensive experience and

our expertise in functional safety, test automation and alternative

drive concepts. We offer tailored development and technical

consulting services as well as turn-key systems including test

bench automation, HiL- and rapid prototyping systems based on

all common COTS platforms.

Kapolnek GmbH 10

Waiblingerstr. 69

D-70372 Stuttgart, Germany

phone +49 (0)711 5505958-0

fax +49 (0)711 561447

kapolnek@aol.com

www.kapolnek.de

Established in 1982 in Suttgart, Germany, the Kapolnek GmbH

has built on its succes in becoming one of the leading suppliers

of:

• ancechoic test rooms

• reverberation test rooms

• acoustic and multi-purposes test rooms

• audiometric and listening rooms

• sound retardant doors, gates and windows

• industrial silencers

• eninge capsulation, and

• vibration isolation systems

In corperation with the consulting engineers of IPK we are able to

provide the full range of acoustic services: consultancy, design,

engineering, manufacturing, and installation- all from one source!

To ensure a close contact between development and production

we are able to conduct the respective measurements in our inhouse

laboratory:

• Dimesioning and checking of industrial silencers

• Examination of sound absorbing material in the KUNDT tube

according ISO 52215

• Measurement of the sound absorption coeffi cient of acoustical

material according to ISO 354 ( DIN EN 20354 )

• Determination of the sound insulation in accordance with DIN

52210


In additon, we have the measurement equipment to conduct room

acceptance test for ( hemi )- anechoic chambers according to ISO

3745 / DIN 45635 and determine room acoustic parameters, e.g.

reverberation time measurements according to ISO 3382.

We offer highest standard of quality for an affordable price with

superior results guaranteed. With more than 20 years of sound

experience and our well-skilled engineers, we can meet any needs

of modern acoustic engineering.

Kistler Instrumente GmbH 5

Daimlerstraße 6

D-73760 Ostfi ldern

phone +49 (0)711.3407-0

info.de@kistler.com

www.kistler.com

Kistler Group is a leading international manufacturer of sensors and

measuring systems for pressure, force, torque and acceleration.

The company’s application development is catering to selected

consumer industries. Hence, the company’s activities focus

on special sensors and complete systems for the development

of combustion engines, automotive engineering, mechanical

engineering, plastics processing and biomechanics. Kistler’s

complete systems are available for different segments of the

industry and include electromechanical NC joining systems with

integrated force monitoring, systems of stationary and mobile

engine indication, comprehensive crash measuring technology for

vehicle development, measuring wheel systems for vehicle testing

and mold cavity pressure-based monitoring and control systems

for injection molding applications.

With a workforce of about 1,000 employees, Kistler Group is

leading the global market for dynamic instrumentation technology.

Thanks to its international network of 25 group members and

30 representations, Kistler is able to stay in touch with customers

and provide personalized, practical support as well as short

delivery times.

LaVision GmbH 30

Anna-Vandenhoeck-Ring 19

D-37081 Göttingen

phone +49 (0)551.9004-0

fax +49 (0)551.9004-100

info@lavision.com

www.lavision.com

LaVision provides integrated Laser Imaging Systems to the

scientifi c and industrial markets for reactive and non-reactive

fl ow fi eld analysis and fl uid mechanics applications. LaVision

offers standard or customer dedicated Imaging Systems for

non-destructive material testing, a range of high-performance

cameras (CCDs and intensifi ed CCDs) as well as smart optical

sensor systems. All systems are perfectly adjusted to LaVisions’

well known DaVis software.

The LaVision team has an extensive experience in Laser Imaging

Spectroscopy and optical techniques such as Laser Induced

Fluorescence, Light Scattering, Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV)

and Digital Image Correlation as well as ultra-fast, time-resolved

imaging and high-speed image recording.

LMS Deutschland GmbH 31

Neue Ramtelstraße 4/2

D-71229 Leonberg

phone +49 (0)7152.9797-90

fax +49 (0)7152. 9797-99

Info.de@lmsintl.com

www.lmsgermany.com

LMS, The Engineering of a Strategic Advantage

LMS is an engineering innovation partner for companies in the

automotive, aerospace and other advanced manufacturing

industries. LMS enables its customers to get better products

faster to market, and to turn superior process effi ciency to their

strategic competitive advantage. LMS offers a unique combination

of virtual simulation software, testing systems and engineering

services. LMS is focused on the mission critical performance

attributes in key manufacturing industries, including structural

integrity, system dynamics, handling, safety, reliability, comfort

and sound quality. Through our technology, people and over 25

years of experience, LMS has become the partner of choice for

most of the leading discrete manufacturing companies worldwide.

LMS is certifi ed to ISO9001:2000 quality standards and operates

through a network of subsidiaries and representatives in key

locations around the world.

MANN+HUMMEL GMBH 17

Hindenburgstraße 60

D-71631 Ludwigsburg

phone +49 (0)7141.98 0

fax +49 (0)7141.98-2545

info@mann-hummel.com

www.mann-hummel.com

The MANN+HUMMEL Group is a development partner and

original equipment supplier to the international automotive and

mechanical engineering industries. Employing 12,400 people at

41 locations world-wide, the company achieved turnover of 1.83

billion Euros in 2008. The Group’s product portfolio includes

air fi lter systems, intake manifold systems, liquid fi lter systems,

cabin fi lters and cylinder head covers made of plastic with many

integrated functions for the automotive industry, as well as fi lter

elements for vehicle servicing and repair. For general engineering,

process engineering and industrial manufacturing sectors the

company’s product range includes industrial fi lters, a series of

products to reduce carbon emission levels in diesel engines, fi lter

systems and materials handling systems and equipment.

Manner Sensortelemetrie GmbH 6

Eschwasen 20

D-78549 Spaichingen

phone +49 (0)7424.9329-10

fax +49 (0)7424.9329-29

mann@sensortelemetrie.de

www.sensortelemetrie.de

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Contact-less sensor signal transmitting components for series

applications in torque measuring fl anges, mechanical engineering,

plant construction and process technology

Option: approval for EX applications

Acquisition of physical values at rotating or oscillating parts

in mechanical engineering, vehicle construction and turbine

manufacturing (examination, test facility) with highest accuracy

up to 185°C environmental temperature and up to 100.000g of

acceleration.

Miniaturized transmitter (8x6x27 mm) based on standard and fl ex

technology for special applications (toothed wheels, input shafts,

chain, piston etc.)

Small size, contact-less torque measuring fl anges, especially

for test stands Customer specifi c rotating torque and power

measuring devices

Contact-less data transmitting systems (telemetry single and

multi channel, bandwidth up to 50 kHz) using FM and PCM

technique with integrated high precise sensor signal amplifi er

(16 bit resolution) with inductive and radio transmitter for rough

environment

Rüdiger Ott Software and Service GmbH 2

Schulmeisterberg 13

D-85229 Markt Indersdorf

phone +49 (0)8136.8095570

sales@go2ross.eu

The Rüdiger Ott Software und Service GmbH offers innovative

solutions for CAE and vehicle testing.

For the CAE engineer the Rüdiger Ott Software und Service GmbH

offers the pre-/postprocessor SimLab. With SimLab the time for

modeling of fi nite element models can be signifi cantly reduced

compared to previous methods. SimLab provides functionality

to automate many steps in the process and thus saves time. By

using a direct access to the native CAD geometry with SimLab the

attributes of a CAD model can be retrieved for example to change

geometry parameters or to do fully automatic meshing based on

the face colours.

For vehicle testing the Rüdiger Ott Software und Service GmbH

offers the NaviControl system for automatic driving completely

without any human driver onboard. The NaviControl is using

a differential GPS to steer a vehicle with high accuracy over a

pre-defi ned course. The system has been especially developed to

perform crash tests and therefore is perfectly suited for misuse

tests and for extreme dynamic maneouvres like for example

the fi shhook test. Having numerous emergency functions the

NaviControl achieves a very high level of safety on the proving

ground.

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Schnaithmann Maschinenbau GmbH 20

Fellbacher Straße 49

D-73630 Remshalden

phone +49 (0)7151.9732-0

fax +49 (0)7151.9732-190

info@schnaithmann.de

www.schnaithmann.de/

The Schnaithmann Maschinenbau GmbH is one of the leading

suppliers for complete systems in the business fi eld of

automation. Since its foundation in 1985, this dynamic company

has established to a reliable and capable partner in automation

and assembly around the world.

Based on an in-house high-performing department of development

and construction, the Schnaithmann Maschinenbau GmbH

develops its own system and standard components as well as

individualized solutions for material handling and automation

which are mainly used by the industry of automobile or consumer

durables.

The Schnaithmann-Engineering is the fundament for practical

oriented system solutions. Due to a long experience in business,

tremendous know-how and smart ideas the Schnaithmann

Maschinenbau GmbH has earned excellent reputation in numerous

key markets.

Sonplas GmbH 1

Sachsenring 57

D-94315 Straubing

phone +49 (0)9421 92 75 - 0

fax +49 (0)9421 92 75 -199

info@sonplas.de

www.sonplas.de

Sonplas is one of the leading manufacturers of custom built

machines for the automotive industry. We provide “turnkey

solutions” for testing gasoline and diesel injection systems as

well as a hydroerosive (HE) grinding process for the precise fl ow

calibration of nozzles and orifi ces.

Our internal research & development department enables us to

be always a step ahead of future requirements.

Due to the structure of our medium-sized company we can

respond very fl exibly to the specifi c demands of our international

customers.

Local sales and service representatives are based in Europe as

well as in the US, China, India, Brazil and Japan.


TÜV SÜD Automotive GmbH 26

Daimlerstrasse 11

D-85748 Garching

phone +49 (0)89 32950 755

fax +49 (0)89 5155 1228

Sejla.Cifric@tuev-sued.de

www.tuev-sued.de/automotive

TÜV SÜD Automotive is an innovation-based service provider and

impartial partner in the fi eld of product and process improvement

for the automotive industry. Our 430 employees deliver technological

progress and state-of-the-art expert knowledge around the

world, enabling vehicle technologies of the future - including alternative

powertrain concepts - to go into series production with the

confi dence of safety. Exhaust emissions laboratories, tyre rubber

characterization and tyre testing, electrical and functional safety

tests for alternative powertrain systems, tank test centre, crash

centre with airbag test lab, road restraint systems, driving dynamics

- our consulting, testing and certifi cation services ensure

your safety at every turn.

TÜV SÜD is a leading international service organization catering

to the strategic business segments INDUSTRY, MOBILITY and

PEOPLE. Around 14,000 employees are represented at more

than 600 locations throughout the world. Optimizing technology,

systems and know-how, the interdisciplinary specialist teams

act as process partners to strengthen their customers‘

competitiveness.

Vector Informatik GmbH 34

Ingersheimer Straße 24

D-70499 Stuttgart

phone +49 (0)711.80670- 510

fax +49 (0)711.8067058-555

info@vector-informatik.de

www.vector-informatik.com

Vector Informatik provides tools, software components and

engineering services for the networking of electronic systems

in the automobile and related industries. The ECU development

is supported with tools for the design, test, calibration and

diagnostics as well as with software components and development

services. Vector also povides tools to support the development

process of electronic devices in the automotive area.

The Vector Consulting Services supports clients from automotive,

transport, aerospace, industrial systems, ICT and other

domains in optimizing technical product development. This means

tangible competitive advantages that sustainably im-prove

company results.

Vieweg+Teubner Verlag 24

Abraham-Lincoln-Str. 46

D-65189 Wiesbaden

phone +49 (0)611.7878-296

fax +49 (0)611. 7878-407

wibke.greeven@viewegteubner.de

www.viewegteubner.de

Founded in 2008, Vieweg+Teubner Publishers is the result of the

fusion between the two traditional publishing houses Vieweg and

B.G. Teubner. With the competence of over 400 years of publishing

history this specialized publishing house is Germany’s market leader

in technical information. Its program stands for high-quality

products and competent service in the fi elds of the building industry

| electrical engineering | IT – computer science| mechanical

engineering – automotive engineering | mathematics |.

Its comprehensive range of informational products includes specialized

books and journals, online portals, and congresses and

conferences.

This allows Vieweg+Teubner to offer students, engineers, technicians

and scientists a sound platform in the fi eld of technology.

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LIST OF EXHIBITIONS STUTTGART SYMPOSIUM 2010

Firma Standnr.

Altair Engineering GmbH 3 List Room

ATZ Springer Automotive Media 25 Stairs 2nd Floor

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH 29 Eyth Room

CADFEM GmbH 28 Eyth Room

CD-adapco 7 List Room

Daimler AG 33 Eyth Room

DEWETRON GmbH 26 Eyth Room

DLR e.V. 37 Eyth Room

dSPACE GmbH 27 Eyth Room

ElringKlinger Motortechnik GmbH 35 Eyth Room

e-mobil BW GmbH 16 List Room

ETAS GmbH 32 Eyth Room

FKFS Stuttgart 38 Eyth Room

Freudenberg GmbH & Co. KG 4 List Room

GeneSys Elektronik GmbH 26 Eyth Room

HEAD acoustics GmbH 8 List Room

Hochschule Esslingen 15 List Room

ITK Engineering AG 21 List Room

Kapolnek GmbH 10 List Room

Kistler Instrumente GmbH 5 List Room

LaVision GmbH 30 Eyth Room

LMS Deutschland GmbH 31 Eyth Room

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH 17 List Room

Manner Sensortelemetrie GmbH 6 List Room

Rüdiger Ott Software und Service GmbH 2 List Room

Schnaithmann Maschinenbau GmbH 20 List Room

Sonplas GmbH 1 List Room

TÜV Süd Automotive GmbH 26 Eyth Room

Vector Informatik GmbH 34 Eyth Room

Vieweg+Teubner Verlag 24 Stairs 2nd Floor

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10 TH STUTTGART INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM 16 AND 17 MARCH 2010

Ground Floor Cloak Room

Reception Desk Haus der Wirtschaft

1 st Floor

Meidinger Room Session 2

Bertha-Benz Room Session Session 3

2 nd Floor

König-Karl Hall Plenary Session

Session 1

Reutlingen Room Session 4

In front of König-Karl Hall Information Desk

List Room Exhibition (Stands: 1–21)

Coffee breaks/Lunch

Eyth Room Exhibition (Stands: 26–38)

Coffee breaks/Lunch

23


MAPS

24


MEMBERS

Christian Abele

Christoph Abraham

Omar Abu

Mohareb IVK

Professor Dr. Albert Albers

Universität Karlsruhe (TH)

Bernd Albert

Vector Informatik GmbH

Martin Allgaier

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Dr. Christian Allmann

Audi Eletronics Venture GmbH

Dr. Peter Ambros

TheSys GmbH

Adhish Anand

Thomas Antoniak

Daimler AG

Peter Arnold

GeneSys Elektronik GmbH

Roman Assfalg

Markus Auer

Michael Auerbach

IVK

Sebastian Babendererde

Goran Babic

IVK Stuttgart

Professor Dr. Bernard Bäker

TU Dresden

Professor Dr. Michael Bargende

FKFS

Dr. Roland Barth

ITK Engineering AG

Ulrich Bartos

HORIBA Europe GmbH

Patrick Bartsch

Volkswagen AG

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Riad Bauch

SKF GmbH

Dr. Bernhard Bäuerle

IVK

Dr. Gerd Baumann

FKFS

Professor Dr. Günter Baumbach

Universität Stuttgart

Martin Bazlen

GTÜ mbH

Dr. Thomas Beck

Vector Informatik GmbH

Franz Becker

Modine Europe GmbH

Paul Behrendt

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Professor Dr. Christian Beidl

TU Darmstadt

Manfred Bek

ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Oliver Beland

FKFS

Michael Bens

Dr. Michael Berg

IAV GmbH

Horst Bergmann

FEV Motorentechnik GmbH

Hans-Jürgen Berner

FKFS

Dr. Wolfgang Bernhart

Roland Berger Strategy Consultants GmbH

Klaus Bernkopf

MCE Stahl- und Maschinenbau

GmbH & Co KG

Jens Bernnat

Universität Stuttgart

Professor Dr. Manfred Berroth

Universität Stuttgart

Uwe Beutnagel-Buchner

FKFS

Markus Beylich

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Hartmut Bierwirth

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Bernhard Bihr

Bosch Engineering GmbH

Kevin Bilinski

FKFS

Christopher Bittl

Professor Dr. Jürgen Blum

FKFS

Professor Dieter Bögle

Universität Stuttgart

Michael Böhm

IVK

Daniel Boland

IVK

Christian Bolay

Institut für Umformtechnik (IFU)

Emanuel Bory

LMS Deutschland GmbH

Rolf Bosch

Kapolnek GmbH

Dirk Bösel

FVV e.V.

Christoph Bossung

Alexander Bothe

Jürgen Böttcher

Bochum-Gelsenkirchener

Straßenbahnen AG

Dr. Klaus Böttcher

Bosch Engineering GmbH

Borislav Bozic

Tobias Brandsch

MBtech Group GmbH & Co. KGaA


MEMBERS

Adam Brant

Denso Sales UK Ltd

Christian Braun

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Stefan Brechbühl

Kistler Instrumente AG

Dr. Holger Brehm

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Dr. Michael Breuer

Pierburg GmbH

Dr. Martin Briem

FKFS

David Bruchof

Universität Stuttgart

Christiane Brünglinghaus

ATZ/MTZ

Johannes Buchberger

EDAG GmbH & Co. KGaA

Dominik Bücherl

TU München

Professor Wolf Burger

Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg

Christine Burkhardt

EnginOS GmbH

Marc Burkhardt

Schnaithmann Maschinenbau GmbH

David Burkhardt

Manfred Burrer

Schnaithmann Maschinenbau GmbH

Daniel Burtsche

ESK Ceramics GmbH & Co. KG

Dirk Busenthür

Daimler AG

Thomas Caasmann

GTÜ mbH

Mario Campe

Volkswagen AG

Marco Chiodo

FKFS

>> >

Dr. Thomas Christ

BMW Group

Sebastian Clever

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Oliver Conrady

Bertrandt Technikum GmbH

Irina Cortizo

Arribas

Thomas Czarnecki

Bosch Engineering GmbH

Christoph Dahnz

Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Stefan Decker

Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center

GmbH

Dr. Markus Decker

Wirtschaftsministerium

Baden-Württemberg

Philipp Dedl

TU Wien

Johannes Dehn

Bosch Engineering GmbH

Dr. Herbert Demel

Magna Steyr AG & Co. KG

Dr. Joachim Deppe

LaVision GmbH

Oliver G. Deutz

Berufsbildungsstätte Travemünde

Johannes Diem

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Manfred Dienes

Altair Engineering GmbH

Professor Dr. Klaus Dietmayer

Universität Ulm

Thomas Dietrich

MAHLE International GmbH

Michael Dimitrov

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Dr. Panayotis Dimopoulos

Eggenschwiler EMPA

Holger Dittus

DLR e.V.

Dr. Ulrich Dohle

Tognum AG

Dr. Reinhold Dolt

Kistler Instrumente GmbH

Lei Dong

Andreas Dreschinski

FKFS

Dr. Michael Durst

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Marius Dusik

MAHLE International GmbH

Dr. Michael Eberhard

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Thomas Eckert

Modine Europe GmbH

Professor Dr. Lutz Eckstein

RWTH Aachen

Professor Dr. Franz Effenberger

Anessa Egel

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Ralf Ehlert

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Holger Ehnis

MAHLE International GmbH

Alexander Eichhorn

Professor Dr. Helmut Eichlseder

Technische Universität Graz

Dr. Gerald Eifl er

ElringKlinger Motortechnik GmbH

Professor Dr. Peter Eilts

TU Braunschweig

Dr. Marc-Thomas Eisele

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Claus Eiselstein

Staatsministerium Baden-Württemberg

Markus Eisenbarth

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MEMBERS

Dr. Christoph Elbers

ZF Lemförder GmbH

Gunther Ellenrieder

Dr. Alfred Elsäßer

MAHLE International GmbH

Dr. Dieter Emmrich

MAHLE GmbH

Matthias Engel

Dennis Engelke

Joshua Enriquez-Geppert

FKFS

Dr. Dieter Eppinger

Robert Bosch GmbH

Stefan Ertel

AUDI AG

Professor Dr. Ulf Essers

Universität Stuttgart

Sebastian Ewert

MAHLE International GmbH

Dr. Achim Fahrner

ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Dr. Matthias Faul

Bertrandt Technikum GmbH

Markus Fauser

Oliver Feihl

Marina Fernández

Osorio

Cornelius Ferrari

DLR e.V.

Alessandro Ferrari

IVK

Matthias Fick

Nicola Fischer

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Oliver Fischer

FKFS

Romy Fischer

FKFS

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Michael Fischer

Honda R&D Europe

Jörg Fischer

SBI GmbH

Marco Fleckner

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Dr. Markus Flik

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Jessica Fökel

Thomas Forner

Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG

Rudolf Freier

MAHLE International GmbH

Dr. Ulrich K. Frenzel

Freudenberg GmbH & Co. KG

Matthias Freudenberger

Professor Dr. Horst Friedrich

DLR e.V.

Werner Fritsche

SBI GmbH

Thomas Fritz

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Uta Fuchs

FKFS

Mirko Funk

T-Systems

Klaus Fuoss

Porsche Engineering Services GmbH

Takashi Furuichi

Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH

Hubert Fußhöller

IVK

Professor Dr. Hugo Gabele

Hochschule Esslingen

Swati Gadekar

Alexander Gaedke

ZF Lenksysteme GmbH

Dr. David Gagliardi

Ricardo Deutschland GmbH

Professor Agostino Gambarotta

University of Parma

Markus Gammel

ElringKlinger Motortechnik GmbH

Ulrich Gauger

Professor Dr. Frank Gauterin

Universität Karlsruhe

Dr. Tim Gegg

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Matthias Geisselbrecht

MAHLE International GmbH

Beatrix Geist

ETAS GmbH

Patric Genieser

MAHLE International GmbH

Dr. Bernd Georgi

Universität Hannover

Professor Dr. Bernhard Geringer

Technische Universität Wien

Christoph Geschwind

WBI Wallner u. Brand

Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH

Werner Geyer

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Dr. Andreas Geyer

MAHLE Ventiltrieb GmbH

Dr. Andreas Gitt-Gehrke

Volkswagen AG

Rainer Glück

Modine Europe GmbH

Dietmar Goericke

FVV e.V.

Jin Gong

FKFS

Iaroslav Gorbachenko

Dr. Ernst Gorenfl o

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Dr. Philippe Gorse

MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH


MEMBERS

Marc Götting

ITK Engineering AG

Dirk Götze

IVK

Arunrajkumar Govindhasamy

Dr. Peter Grahle

Eberhard Hoeckle GmbH

Dr. Ehrentraud Graw

Wirtschaftsministerium

Baden-Württemberg

Andreas Greff

Continental Automotive GmbH

Anna Greher

Jochen Greiner

Christopher Gresse

TWT GmbH Science & Innovation

Dr. Michael Grill

FKFS

Dr. Michael Grimm

FKFS

Dr. Michael Grimm

FKFS

Markus Grob

FKFS

Michael Gromus

ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Claus Groner

Albert Handtmann Metallguss

GmbH & Co. KG

Jürgen Groninger

SBI GmbH

Armin Gross

Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH

Thomas Großkopf

Modine Europe GmbH

Dr. Walter Grote

Robert Bosch GmbH

Professor Dr. Dusan Gruden

>> >

Steffen Gruner

Dr. Jürgen Grünwald

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Damien Guerin

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Professor Dr. Clemens Gühmann

Technische Universität Berlin

Alexander Guist

Daimler AG

Hannes Günther

Tom Gürtler

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Sabine Gutensohn

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Michael Gutknecht

Universität Stuttgart

Johannes Haag

DLR e.V.

Rouven Haag

MBtech Group GmbH & Co. KGaA

Jürgen Häberlein

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co.KG

Katja Hahmann

Vector Informatik GmbH

Peter Hahn

MBtech Powertrain GmbH

Dr. Michael Hallmannsegger

BMW Forschung und Technik GmbH

Dr. Jürgen Hammer

Robert Bosch GmbH

Hans-Dieter Harder

Emitec GmbH

Thomas Hardt

MBtech Group GmbH & Co. KGaA

Professor Dr. Horst Harndorf

Universität Rostock

Bastian Hartmann

RWTH Aachen University

Roman Hasselkuss

Andreas Hauptmann

HORIBA Europe GmbH

Alice Haußer

FKFS

Bernd Haußmann

Bosch Engineering GmbH

Andreas Hazir

FKFS

Dr. Thomas Heckenberger

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Dennis Hegemann

Markus Heger

ZF Lenksysteme GmbH

Dr. Matthias Hehnke

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Felizitas Heilmann

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Paul Heimann

IVK

Dr. Günther Heling

Vector Informatik GmbH

Martin Helmis

MAHLE International GmbH

Alexander Hennig

IVK

Gunther Hentschel

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Birgit Herbst

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

K.-Theodor Hermann

VISPIRON AG

Florian Herold

Dr. Hans-Georg Herrmann

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Dr. Stefan Heuer

FEV Motorentechnik GmbH

Benjamin Hipp

29


MEMBERS

Stefan Hirsch

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Peter Hirth

Emitec GmbH

Gerd Hitzler

FKFS

Markus Hoberg

Sebastian Hochrein

Henrik Hoffmeyer

Volkswagen AG

Michael Hog

EDAG GmbH & Co. KGaA

Professor Dr. Günter Hohenberg

TU Darmstadt

Frank Holzfuss

MBtech Group GmbH & Co. KGaA

Rene Höpfner

Bosch Engineering GmbH

Dr. Eberhard Horch

IVK

Markus Horch

Matthias Horn

IVK/FKFS

Jens Höwing

Kistler Instrumente GmbH

Daniel Hrdina

IVK

Markus Hübner

CD-adapco

Dirk Hülsebusch

DLR e.V.

Dr. Bernhard Huurdemann

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Peter Ilg

Professor Dr. Fritz Indra

Klaus Irmler

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Pedro Miguel Isaac

Delso IAV GmbH

30

Professor Dr. Rolf Isermann

Technische Universität Darmstadt

Tobias Isermeyer

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Dirk Isgen

AUDI AG

Susanne Jenisch

FKFS

Hans Jensen

MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH

Thomas Jessberger

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Kewen Ji

Carsten Joachim

IVK

Manfred Jocham

Bosch Engineering GmbH

Udo Johannkemper

MESTEC GmbH

Dr. Stephan Jonas

Continental Mechanical Component

Germany GmbH

Dr. Rainer Werner Jorach

Delphi Diesel Systems Limited

Stefanie Jost-Köstering

FVV e.V.

Rolf Jürgens

Federal Mogul Nürnberg GmbH

Professor Dr. Detlef Justen

Ostfalia Hochschule für

angew. Wissenschaften

Javad Kadkhodapour

Klaus Kalbacher

Modine Europe GmbH

Dr. Stefan Kampmann

Robert Bosch GmbH

Christian Kannenberg

Vieweg+Teubner Verlag

Professor Peter Kapolnek

Kapolnek GmbH

Said-Fassih Karimzad

Martin Kaszynski

Universität Stuttgart

Willi Kehr

Pädagogische Hochschule Schwäbisch

Gmünd

Alexander Keller

Universität Stuttgart

Dr. Henrik Kelz

Euroforum Deutschland SE

Dr. Christof Keppler

Neenah Gessner GmbH

Andreas Kerschbaumer

Kompetenzzentrum -

Das virtuelle Fahrzeug

Franz Kiefer

AUDI AG

Udo Killat

CADFEM GmbH

Jan Kirstaedter

Volkswagen AG

Dr. Kurt Kirsten

Schaeffl er Technologies GmbH & Co. KG

Alfred Kless

Vector Informatik GmbH

Dr. Axel Klimmek

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co.KG

Andreas Klingebiel

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Dr. Peter Klose

MBtech Consulting GmbH

Isabell Knüttgen

e-mobil BW GmbH

Markus Kohlberger

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Professor Dr. Herbert Kohler

Daimler AG

Professor Dr. Eduard Köhler

Kolbenschmidt Pierburg AG


MEMBERS

Thomas Kohn

Bertrandt Technikum GmbH

Günther Kolassovits

Freudenberg GmbH & Co. KG

Stephan Kolk

Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center

GmbH

Rudolf Koller

Dr. Karl Kollmann

Dr. Hans-Peter Kollmeier

APL GmbH

Jens König

DLR e.V.

Jürgen Königstedt

AUDI AG

Gundolf Kopp

DLR e.V.

Volker Korte

MAHLE Powertrain L td.

Maksym Kostyuk

Zaheer Kozhakkaniyil

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

Dr. Dieter Kraft

Robert Bosch Venture Capital GmbH

Susanne Krampol

FKFS

Werner Krantz

IVK

Matthias Kratzsch

IAV GmbH

Florian Kremer

RWTH /VKA

Thilo Kress

FKFS

Thomas Kriegel

AUDI AG

Professor Dr. Karl-Ludwig Krieger

Universität Bremen

>> >

Michael Kriescher

DLR e.V.

Dirk Krogmann

PEAK Werkstoff GmbH

Jörn Kroschel

SILVER ATENA GmbH

Dr. Raffael Kuberczyk

ZF Friedrichshafen AG

Joachim Kübler

Vector Informatik GmbH

Professor Dr. Wolfgang Küchlin

Universität Tübingen

Stephan Küchlin

Dr. Wolfram Kühnel

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Dr. Stefan Kunze

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Dr. Reiner Künzel

MAHLE International GmbH

Walter Kupi-Rademacher

Vector Informatik GmbH

Dr. Timo Kuthada

FKFS

Christian Kutzera

Gerald Lang

LMS Deutschland GmbH

Dr. Fridtjof Langenhan

European Business School

Dr. Bernd Last

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Maik Lazzara

IVK

Dr. Matthias Lederer

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Dr. Dieter Lederer

Vector Informatik GmbH

Jürgen Lehmann

Daimler AG

Jens Lehmann

Federal-Mogul Nürnberg GmbH

Stefan Lehneis

Dr. Rolf Leiber

Leiber Group GmbH

Andreas Leichtweiß

Porsche Engineering Services GmbH

David Lejsek

Robert Bosch GmbH

Torsten Lenge

IAV GmbH

Sebastian Lenke

MAHLE International GmbH

Günther Leßnerkraus

Wirtschaftsministerium

Baden-Württemberg

Zhengling Li

Yuxiang Liao

Jochen Linhart

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Thomas Link

dSPACE GmbH

Dr. Frank Lippke

Modine Europe GmbH

Martin Litschel

Vector Informatik GmbH

Nikolai Lobov

Staatliche Technische Universität Perm

Dr. Holger Lochmann

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Professor Lennart Löfdahl

Chalmers University of Technology

Markus Loistl

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Sebastian Lucke

Stuttgarter Straßenbahn AG

Tobias Luhm

e-mobil BW GmbH

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MEMBERS

Dr. Bernd Mahr

MAHLE Powertrain Ltd.

Dr. Georg Maier

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Uwe Maier

ETAS GmbH

Markus Maier

ETAS GmbH

Neven Majic

Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Professor Dr. Rudolf Maly

Christof Mangold

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Rainer Mangold

Modine Europe GmbH

Dr. Martin Mann

Modine Europe GmbH

Ernst Manner

Manner Sensortelemetrie GmbH

Gabriele Manner

Manner Sensortelemetrie GmbH

Andre Marhofer

MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH

Dr. Ralf Marquard

MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG

Pedro Martinez

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Stefan Maser

Robert Matawa

TÜV SÜD Automotive GmbH

Tobias Mauk

IVK

Hans-Jürgen Mäurer

DEKRA Automobile GmbH

Gelase Mbadgina-Mouanda

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Martin Meeh

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

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Robert Meier

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Jörg Meinlschmidt

LMS Deutschland GmbH

Professor Dr. Rudolf J. Menne

RJM Consulting

Dr. Michael Merkle

Robert Bosch GmbH

Dr. Dieter Merz

Modine Europe GmbH

Arian Mesdaghi

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Dr. Henning Methe

Bosch Engineering GmbH

Armin Michelbach

FKFS

Professor Dr. Leopold Mikulic

Daimler AG

Philipp Milanes

AVL Deutschland GmbH

Dr. Koichi Morikawa

Bosch Engineering Services Japan K.K.

Peter Moritz

Freudenberg GmbH & Co. KG

John Morris

Austrian Times Group

Matthias Mrosek

TU Darmstadt

Patrick Müller

Automotive Components Penzberg

Rolf Müller

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Peter Müller

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Wilhelm Müller

MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH

Professor Dr. Klaus D. Müller-Glaser

Karlsruher Insitut für Technologie

Dr. Thet Myo

Directorate of Myanma Industrial Planning

C. Nandagopalan

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

Krishnan Nandhakumar

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

Jens Neubeck

FKFS

Enrico Neumann

IAV GmbH

Dr. Dirk Neumeister

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Quoc-Khanh Nguyen

Universität Stuttgart

Werner Niessner

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Jan Nikolajew

Dr. Hans-Georg Nitzke

Volkswagen AG

Johann Nöbauer

MCE Stahl- und Maschinenbau

GmbH & Co KG

Professor Karl-Ernst Noreikat

NorCon Scientifi c COnsulting

Andreas Oberting

Frank Obrist

OBRIST Engineering GmbH

Adedapo Ogunmuyiwa

Adedapo Ogunmuyiwa

Cand. Mach Emir Öngüner

Dr. Jochen Orso

TheSys GmbH

Dr. Jasmin Ostertag

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Rüdiger Ott

Rüdiger Ott Software und Service GmbH

Thomas Pachler

Daimler AG

Ramkumar Palanisamy


MEMBERS

Hermann Pankofer

Sonplas GmbH

Dr. Eberhard Pantow

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Claudia Papa

DLR e.V.

Pascal Paparo

Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH

Andreas Patzer

Vector Informatik GmbH

Mathieu Petiteaux

Sogefo Filter Division

Michael Pfadenhauer

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Gerald Pfaff

Kistler Instrumente AG

Dr. Bernhard Pfäffl in

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Dr. Ulrich Philipp

FKFS

Anne Pigsa

FKFS

Jürgen Potthoff

FKFS

Thomas Pötzl

ZF Lenksysteme GmbH

Florian Prester

sepp.med GmbH

Tobias Prill

Modine Europe GmbH

Rena Probstmeyer

Bernd Propfe

DLR e.V.

Miriam Pulz

FKFS

Dr. Rainer-Georg Pütter

Klaus Quint

DEWETRON GmbH

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Malte Radmann

Porsche Engineering Group GmbH

Ronald Raedeker

Deutsche Bank AG

Dirk Ragus

Nemak Europe GmbH

Franz Raichle

Robert Bosch GmbH

Dr. Gotthard Rainer

AVL List GmbH

Michael Ranzinger

Rainer Rauch CADFEM GmbH

Martin Rauscher

BoschMahle Turbo Systems

GmbH & Co. KG

Jochen Ravas

Universität Stuttgart

Max Regenfelder

Professor Dr. Konrad Reif

Duale Hochschule Baden Württemberg

Dr. Norbert Reimann

LMS Deutschland GmbH

Bernd Reinkensmeier

MESA-PARTS GmbH & Co. KG

Peter Reinold

Universität Paderborn

Angelika Rettinger

ITK Engineering AG

Professor Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss

FKFS

Jochen Reyinger

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Dr. Rudolf Riedel

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Stefan Riederer

BMW AG

Werner Riederer

Sonplas GmbH

Stefan Riegel

MBtech Powertrain GmbH

Dr. Steffen Ritter

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Dr. Georg Rixecker

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Stefan Robausch

Engineering Center Steyr GmbH & Co KG

Dr. Peter Röser

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Florian Rothfuss

Universität Stuttgart

Dr. Sabine Roth-Koch

Frauenhofer IPA

Dr. Thomas Rottner

Vibracoustic GmbH & Co. KG

Jörg Rückauf

MAHLE International GmbH

Thomas Rüdiger-Sichau

SBI GmbH

Markus Ruf

IVK

Philipp Rumbolz

IVK

Gerhard Ruof

KST-Motorenversuch GmbH & Co. KG

Dr. Murat Sabanca

TWT GmbH Science & Innovation

Satdive Sachin

Prabhakar Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

Dr. Martin Sackmann

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Klaus Sammer

BMW AG

Dr. David Sampson

The MathWorks Ltd

Rainer Sandig

Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft

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MEMBERS

Professor Dr. Sebastian Sattler

Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

Peter Saubert

Fahrversuch Süd GmbH

Christina Sauer

MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH

Jürgen Sauerwein

Bochum-Gelsenkirchener

Straßenbahnen AG

Thomas Schaal

Porsche Engineering Services GmbH

Bernd Heiner Schäfer

MAHLE GmbH

Johannes Schalk

Rainer Schänzel

ZF Lenksysteme GmbH

Claudia Schardl

DLR e.V.

Harald Schatz

Modine Europe GmbH

Uwe Schaupp

Daimler AG

Dr. Helmut Schelling

Vector Informatik GmbH

Marc-André Schemion

Jürgen Scherf

F. W. Brökelmann Aluminiumwerk

GmbH + Co. KG

Harald Schibrani

Südwestrundfunk

Christoph Schildhauer

Dr. Claus Schmalzing

MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH

Thomas Schmerler

ETAS GmbH

Caroline Schmid

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Dr. Thomas Schmidt

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

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Stefan Schmidt

FKFS

Dr. Stefan Schmidt

NGK Europe GmbH

Matthias Schmidt

SBI GmbH

Ulrich Schmidt

Ewald Schmitt

Vieweg+Teubner Verlag

Bernhard Schneeweiss

TU Wien

Ulrich Schneider

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Falk Schneider

MAHLE Ventiltrieb GmbH

Danilo Schneider

Porsche Engineering Services GmbH

Dr. Joachim Schommers

Daimler AG

Markus Schöttle

Springer Automotove Media

Alexander Schreiber

TU Darmstadt

David Schröck

FKFS

Volker Schubert

HEAD acoustics GmbH

Georg Schubert

Henkel AG & Co KGaA

Claus Schulte-Cörne

RWTH Aachen

Thorsten Schulz

Bochum-Gelsenkirchener

Straßenbahnen AG

Tino Schulze

dSPACE GmbH

Hendrik Schulze

Zumkley Universität Hohenheim

Gerhard Schummer

Consulting & Engineering GmbH

Dr. Thomas Schuster

Bosch Engineering GmbH

Albert Schwaak

Gebhard Schwarz

Liebherr Werk Biberach GmbH

Dr. Walter Schwelberger

PTS-Prüftechnik GmbH

Alexander Selhorst

EDAG GmbH & Co. KGaA

Benan Serarslan

BMW Group

Naihe Shen

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Wolfgang Siebenpfeiffer

Herausgeber ATZ/MTZ/VKU

Dr. Raimund Siegert

Daimler AG

Dr. Sven Siegle

MAHLE Filtersysteme GmbH

Frank Siegle

Modine Europe GmbH

Andreas Singer

FKFS

Anshuman Singh

Fabian Sinram

Dr. Jörg Soldner

Modine Europe GmbH

Professor Dr. Ahmed Soliman

The University of North Carolina

at Charlotte

Micha Sontheimer

Marianne Sorescu

FKFS

Diego Sotillo

Ramos


MEMBERS

Dr. Stefan Spangenberg

MAHLE Motorkomponenten GmbH

Professor Dr. Dieter Spath

Universität Stuttgart

Ralf Speetzen

MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH

Professor Dr. Ulrich Spicher

Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Iwo Spruß

FKFS

Jayachander Sreegururaj

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

Kannan Srinivasan

A. Sriniwas

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd

Helmut Städele

Ing.-Büro Städele

Martin Stahl

Kistler Instrumente AG

Professor Dr. Cornel Stan

Hochschule Zwickau

Hans-Joachim Stark

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Nicolai Stegmaier

IVK

Benjamin Stegmann

IVK

Daniel Stehle

Florian Steimle

Dr. Nils Steinbach

Robert Bosch GmbH

Yvonne Steinberger

BMW Motorrad

Christian Steinbrecher

Karlsruher Institut für Technologie

Philipp Steinle

DLR e.V.

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Berthold Steinmann

erphi electronic GmbH

Ulrich Stephan

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Rainer Stier

Modine Europe GmbH

Bernd-Uwe Stoller

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Ingo Stotz

IVK

Martin Straub

BoschMahle Turbosystems GmbH & Co. KG

Dr. Hauke Stumpf

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Andreas Suchowski

AUDI AG

Ramita Suteekarn

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Dr. Christoph Teetz

MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH

Philipp Teiner

TU Wien

Dr. Matthias Teschner

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Andreas Thanheiser

TU München

Pascal Theissen

BMW Group

Robert A. Thiem

Agentur T M E

Rudolf W. Thom

Dr. Sven Thumm

Modine Europe GmbH

Markus Thurmeier

Jürgen Tilg

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Dr. Olaf Toedter

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Tobias Töpfer

IAV GmbH

Joachim Töpfer

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Cinzia Tornatore

Istituto Motori - CNR

Dr. Pius Trautmann

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Peter Trautmann

SBI GmbH

Martin Trump

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Professor Dr. Helmut Tschöke

Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg

Stefan Uhl

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Stefan Ullmann

AUDI AG

Benjamin Ullrich

Christoph Ulmer

Südwestrundfunk

Carsten Unger

IVK

Wolf-Hendrik Unger

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Ulf Unger

Dr. Jorg-Dieter Vagt

Knut Vahl

IAV GmbH

Alexander Vähning

ZF Lenksysteme GmbH

Charles Vaillant

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

Professor Dr. Jörn-Uwe Varchmin

Professor Hermann Vetter

Hochschule Esslingen

Dr. Athanasios Vikas

Robert Bosch GmbH

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MEMBERS

Peter von Kietzell

MAHLE International GmbH

Professor Dr. Georg Wachtmeister

TU München

Chris Wagner

FKFS

Dr. Michael Wallinger

Wallinger, Ricker, Schlotter, Foerstl

Professor Gerhard Walliser

Hochschule Esslingen

Dr. Manfred Walter

Knorr-Bremse Systeme GmbH

Ye Wang

Thomas Wehking

Dr. Manuel Wehowski

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Martin Weichenrieder

Jörg Weigold

BERU Electronics GmbH

Dr. Dirk Weinhauer

Siemens AG

Hans-Karl Weining

Michael Weiss

Daimler AG

Professor Dr. Volkher Weißermel

HAW Hamburg

Dr. Ingo Weißert

CD-adapco

Gottfried Weitbrecht

Verband der Motorjournalisten

Dr. Martin Werkmann

MAHLE International GmbH

Kay Werthschulte

ESG Elektroniksystem- und Logistik GmbH

Uwe Westermeier

ITK Engineering AG

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Markus Wetzel

BERU Electronics GmbH

Dr. Donatus Wichelhaus

VW Motorsport

Nils Widdecke

IVK/FKFS

Dr. Achim Wiebelt

Behr GmbH & Co. KG

Professor Dr. Jochen Wiedemann

FKFS

Dr. Thomas Wiegand

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Dr. Monika Wierse

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Dr. Martin Wierse

Modine Europe GmbH

Michael Wieschalka

Rücker GmbH

Andreas Wiesebrock

IVK

Professor Dr. Harald Wilken

Stefan Wille

FKFS

Thomas Wingens

Bodycote Wärmebehandlung GmbH

Professor Dr. Martin Winter

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Johannes Winterhagen

Chefredakteur ATZ/MTZ

Dr. Friedrich Wirbeleit

Bosch Engineering GmbH

Felix Wittmeier

FKFS

Achim Wohnhaas

T-Systems

Adalbert Wolany

IVK

Dr. Thomas Wolf

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Frank Wolf

OBRIST Engineering GmbH

Peter Wolfer

Kistler Instrumente AG

Klaus Ulrich Wolter

Deutsche Bahn AG

Gavin Wooler

ETAS GmbH

Nikolaus Wulff

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Faure Xavier

Hakan Yilmaz

Robert Bosch LLC

Professor Zhuoping Yu

Automotive College of Tongji University

Marcus Zacher

Dr. Wolfgang Zag

Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG

Wolfgang Zahn

ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

Thomas Zeidler

BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH

Stefan Zemitzsch

SBI GmbH

Martin Ziegler

Hochschule Esslingen

Professor Dr. Gennadi Zikoridse

Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft

Christian Zingel

IPEK - Institut für Produktentwicklung (KIT)

Werner Zobel

Modine Europe GmbH

Dominik Zurek

Modine Europe GmbH


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