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6th Automotive Exhaust Systems Summit

  • 19th – 20th November 2020
  • Germany flag Germany Munich

The 6th Annual Edition of the Annual Automotive Exhaust Systems Summit will be a truly unique experience. It is designed to bring to cooperation the top OEMs, Tiers, and all industry professionals.

We provide many different networking sessions for interaction between our excellent line-up of speakers, delegates, sponsors, and exhibitors. What is the forecast for the future of the industry and the market?

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About

The event will enable participants to learn about the latest trends and developments in automotive exhaust systems covering topics such as: best practices for exhaust systems and thermal management, sensors and control concepts, exhaust gas aftertreatment, gasoline developments, fuels and alternatives applications, CO2 and emissions regulations, acoustics and HVAC aspects, innovative materials innovations and a forecast of the future of the industry and market.

This event is truly unique because it’s the real platform for cooperation between top OEMs, Tiers and all industry professionals. We provide many different networking sessions for interaction between our excellent lineup of speakers, delegates, sponsors and exhibitors.

Who Should Attend

 Directors, Vice Presidents, Managers, Engineers, Researches and Experts dealing with:

  • Exhaust System
  • Exhaust Aftertreatment
  • Industry Market
  • Powertrain
  • Thermodynamics
  • Thermal Management
  • Autocatalysis
  • Acoustics of Exhaust Systems
  • NVH & HVAC
  • HVs & EVs
  • Fuels
  • Alternative Fuels
  • Exhaust Gas Analysis
  • Exhaust Gas Re-Circulation
  • Low-Emission Systems
  • Diesel Engine Process
  • Gasoline & Diesel Engines – Management & Testing
  • Engine Approach Euro VI/VII
  • RDE & Direct Ammonia
  • Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment
  • Diesel Particulate Filters
  • Emissions Legislation
  • Emission Control Technology
  • Emissions Optimisation
  • Gasoline
  • Intake
  • SCR System
  • Diesel Combustion Process
  • CO2 Reduction
  • OBD
  • NOx
  • Simulation

BOOK YOUR SEAT NOW

The Early Bird Offer expires in 24 days!

REQUEST A BROCHURE

To request an agenda for this Summit, please complete the details below. We will send you the agenda via email.

Key Practical Learning Points

  • Insights on the best practices and latest innovative technologies for exhaust systems
  • From the view of top OEMs: future trends
  • Fuel alternatives and fuel reforming
  • Virtual exhaust development and latest advanced design tools
  • Exhaust sensors, real-time OBD and simulation
  • Euro VI, VII and Stage V applications/SCR applications
  • Exhaust heat recovery system development
  • Future diesel engine exhaust systems and diesel exhaust gas aftertreatment
  • Diesel exhaust vs. gas exhaust
  • The role of tomorrow's exhaust systems; clean mobility
  • Emissions legislation and future requirements
  • Acoustics aspects and HVAC
  • Exhaust system and components for the client (NVH and comfort)
  • Hybrid vehicles – exhaust emissions
  • Powertrain systems innovations and emission testing
  • Special focus on passenger car technologies
  • Whole exhaust line key demands and challenges
  • CO2 capture and storage developments
  • Emission control vs. fuel consumption
  • Lightweight and smart materials applications

BOOK YOUR SEAT NOW

The Early Bird Offer expires in 24 days!

Ted Straten, BE

Global R&D Director, Emission Control Systems

Bosal

Ted Straten graduated from the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands with a master’s in mechanical engineering, specialising in combustion engines. Ted started his career developing medium-speed diesel engines for ship propulsion and power plants at Stork-Wärtsilä Diesel in the Netherlands. He continued in advanced engineering at DAF Trucks in the Netherlands within the engine development depart­ment and subsequently led the development team for engine emission control systems for European and North American applications. Today at BOSAL in Belgium, he is the Vice President of Global Sales.

Thomas Koerfer, DE

Group Vice President, Diesel Engines

FEV

Thomas Koerfer holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Aachen (RWTH Aachen). He has more than 24 years of professional experience in diesel engine development in several positions. In October 2014, he was promoted to group vice president of passenger car diesel engines at FEV GmbH.

Dr. Cedric Rouaud, UK

Global Technical Expert – Thermal Systems Chief Engineer

Ricardo

Dr. Cedric Rouaud began his professional career in 2000 at Groupe Renault as a re­search engineer, while fulfilling his doctorate diploma in the University of Poitiers. Over­all, he spent eight years at Groupe Renault working as a research engineer and project leader. In 2008, he joined Ricardo as a principal engineer responsible for thermal management and waste heat recovery systems development. Since 2011, he has been a chief engineer in the engine product group of Ricardo. He is also a technical expert in thermal management and waste heat recovery systems for conventional and electrified powertrain in vehicles. During his career, he has managed and developed many proj­ects, including: development of technologies for reducing CO2 emissions in gasoline and diesel engines, thermal management of hybrid electric vehicles, development of exhaust heat recovery systems for passenger cars, HDD, railway, thermo-hydraulic simulations, thermal management of twin-turbocharged gasoline and diesel engines, simulations and tests, powertrain and vehicle tests.

Carloandrea Malvicino, IT

Vehicle Safety & Regulatory Compliance/ Fuel Economy & Green House Gases CO2 Emission Reduction Strategies Director

FCA

Carloandrea Malvicino, who graduated in physics at the University of Turin, spent 25 years at Centro Ricerche Fiat on thermal system innovation and technologies to improve the efficiency of automotive systems. He is now lead­ing the CO2 emissions reduction strategies at the Department of the Vehicle Safety and Regulation Compliance of FCA Italy S.p.A. and is also co-chair of the ACEA’s eco innovation task force. In addition, Carloandrea is a leading au­thor in the Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Technical Options Committee (RTOC) of the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) and author of several international patents papers in the domain of thermal systems and fuel consumption and CO2 emission reduction.

Jesse Paegle, FR

Head of Product & Solution Development

ArcelorMittal

Jesse Paegle has 20 years working within the automotive industry. Pres­ently, he is working at Aperam as global technical business development. His last experience before joining Aperam included independent consulting for the automotive market for new material and applications. He worked with the Gestamp group and responsible for R&D in Mercosul. He worked in AHSS development in Mercosur for new platforms at ARCELORMITTAL group. He is also, responsible for customer qualifications - working with all OEM’s. RENAULT NISSAN, working on all automotive supply chain (assembly, paint shop, body shop and stamping shop). Jesse’s actual responsibilities include: responsible for new developments and applications of stainless steel in the automotive industry and linking future worldwide trends to Aperam innova­tive developments. He is the chairperson of SAE Brazil CarBody which is a yearly event to discuss body structure for future vehicle enabling participants (from all Carmakers) to discuss future trend in automotive development

Dr. Petrica Dulgheru, BE

Senior Emissions Engineer

BOSAL

Petrica Dulgheru joined BOSAL ECS in 2014 as an emissions engineer working on emissions related innovations. Previously, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher in the Universite Libre de Bruxelles with Prof. N. Kruse studying performance and durability of automotive exhaust catalysts. Before that, he worked briefly for the European Commission in DG ENTERPRISE (2010) and as a teaching assistant in University College Dublin (2007-2011). Petrica received his B.Sc. in Chemistry from University of Bucharest (2006) and PhD in heterogeneous catalysis from University College Dublin (2011).

Dorothee Saar, DE

Head of Traffic & Air Pollution

Deutsche Umwelthilfe

Dorothee Saar graduated in landscape planning at Technical University Berlin. She has joint Deutsche Umwelthilfe in 2006. Since 2011, she heads the department of transportation and air quality with eight staff members. Her topics are air quality policy on EU and national and regional level, focusing on emission from road and off-road sources.

Jonathan Tigelaar, CH

Project Management, Turbo Speed Sensors

TE Connectivity

Prof.ssa Lidia Castoldi, IT

Associate Professor

Politecnico di Milano

Lidia Castoldi graduated in industrial chemistry at the University of Milan, Italy in 1998. She got her post-degree Master’s in polymers science in 2001 and her Ph.D. degree in industrial chemistry and chemical engineering in 2004 at Politecnico of Milan, having written a dissertation titled ‘Pt-Ba/ Al2O3 NOx storage-reduction catalysts: characterization and activity.’

Since 2005, she holds an academic position as an assistant professor in catalysis and chemical reaction engineering topics at Politecnico of Milan, Italy. In 2015, she became associate professor in the department of energy at Politecnico of Milan, Italy, working on heterogeneous catalysis mainly devoted to environmental problems. Her research activity is focused on NOx removal from diesel and lean exhausts, associated or not with soot combustion.

Recently, attention moves to the formation and/or decomposition of N2O during NOx removal. Her activity is documented by more than 50 publications on international scientific journals (ISI/Scopus; h-index 22) and of several communications at congresses.

Ted Straten, BE

Global R&D Director, Emission Control Systems

Bosal

Thomas Koerfer, DE

Group Vice President, Diesel Engines

FEV

Dr. Cedric Rouaud, UK

Global Technical Expert – Thermal Systems Chief Engineer

Ricardo

Carloandrea Malvicino, IT

Vehicle Safety & Regulatory Compliance/ Fuel Economy & Green House Gases CO2 Emission Reduction Strategies Director

FCA

Jesse Paegle, FR

Head of Product & Solution Development

ArcelorMittal

Dr. Petrica Dulgheru, BE

Senior Emissions Engineer

BOSAL

Dorothee Saar, DE

Head of Traffic & Air Pollution

Deutsche Umwelthilfe

Jonathan Tigelaar, CH

Project Management, Turbo Speed Sensors

TE Connectivity

Prof.ssa Lidia Castoldi, IT

Associate Professor

Politecnico di Milano

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Carlton Smith

Eminox

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Zhang Wei

CITIC Metal Co.

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Daniel Gonzalez

Nissan Technical Centre Europe