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1 VEHICLE POWERTRAIN Gasoline and diesel engines, hybrid drive systems, supercharging, energy recuperation, NVH VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY Complete vehicle and vehicle concepts, thermal management, chassis/tires/brakes, vehicle acoustics VEHICLE ELECTRONICS/ ELECTRIC VEHICLES Electric vehicles, driving range, operating strategies, ECUs/architecture /// SCIENTIFIC DIRECTORS OF THE SYMPOSIUM Prof. Dr. Michael Bargende Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss Prof. Dr. Jochen Wiedemann FKFS 13th Stuttgart International Symposium Automotive and Engine Technology 26 and 27 February 2013 Stuttgart Germany

2 SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD Prof. Dr. Michael Bargende FKFS/IVK, Dr. Volker Brichzin BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH Prof. em. Dr. Ulf Essers FKFS/IVK, Wolfgang Hatz Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG Dr. Reiner Künzel MAHLE International GmbH Dr. Rolf Leonhard Robert Bosch GmbH Dr. Harald Naunheimer ZF Friedrichshafen AG Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss FKFS/IVK, Wolfgang Siebenpfeiffer Editor-in-Charge ATZ MTZ ATZelektronik Alfred Weber MANN+HUMMEL GmbH Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber Dr. Achim Wiebelt Behr GmbH & Co. KG Prof. Dr. Jochen Wiedemann FKFS/IVK, Dr. Martin Wierse Modine Europe GmbH Wolfgang Zahn ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG

3 WELCOME As the patron of this event, I would like to warmly welcome participants and speakers to the 13th Stuttgart International Symposium organized by the Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart (FKFS). Vehicle powertrains, vehicle technology, automotive electronics and software as well as production processes, design, materials science and rail vehicles - the main topics of this year s international conference show the variety of challenges that we face when developing the car of the future and the solution to our traffic problems. It is a key objective of the state government of Baden- Württemberg to promote and accelerate sustainable mobility. We are turning our attention not only to new drive systems and future technologies but also to the intelligent networking of existing forms of mobility. Our aim is to protect our natural livelihood and at the same time give a boost to science and business in Baden-Württemberg. In times of rising prices for energy and raw materials, large and medium-sized companies, trades and society as a whole will benefit from our pioneering role in the field of environmentally friendly mobility, an important leading industry of the future. As the birthplace of the automobile and one of the world s most innovative industrial regions, Baden-Württemberg offers the ideal conditions for producing environmentally friendly vehicles and intelligent technologies for traffic networking. I am convinced that the 13th Stuttgart International Symposium will be an important source of new impetus for this process. The event will also help to further consolidate the sustainability and expertise of Baden- Württemberg as a centre for the automotive industry. My very special thanks go to the Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart (FKFS) and to all the partner companies involved in organizing and carrying out the Symposium. I hope that this event will be a great success and that all those taking part will find exciting lectures and interesting discussions, as well as some free time to discover the landscape and cultural diversity of Baden-Württemberg. > >> RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN AUTOMOTIVE AND ENGINE TECHNOLOGY The automotive industry is in a state of flux. The variety of vehicle and powertrain concepts and the development and implementation of new mobility concepts mean that our industry is constantly facing new challenges. Dealing with the complexity involved in this process requires the highest level of effort and innovation in all sectors of the industry, but especially in vehicle and engine technology. It is therefore particularly important to bring together research findings from science and industry. A major platform for an exchange of information and ideas between these two fields is the 13th Stuttgart International Symposium Automotive and Engine Technology on 26 and 27 February Leading experts present the current state of the art in technology, the latest research findings and future concepts. More than 70 papers at the symposium cover the entire bandwidth of current and future vehicle and powertrain technology, including topics relating to production processes and rail vehicles. The four parallel strands of the symposium provide opportunities for intensive discussion with experts. A further possibility for an exchange of ideas is offered by the parallel trade exhibition. We look forward to seeing you in Stuttgart, the birthplace of the automobile, and wish you a pleasant journey here as well as a stimulating and interesting stay in Stuttgart. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael Bargende Prof. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Christian Reuss Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jochen Wiedemann Winfried Kretschmann Prime Minister of the State of Baden-Wuerttemberg

4 13TH STUTTGART INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM Automotive and Engine Technology The 13th Stuttgart International Symposium Automotive and Engine Technology is organized by the Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines Stuttgart (FKFS), once again this year in close cooperation with ATZlive. ATZlive is part of Springer Science + Business Media, the world s second largest journal publisher, and has acquired a high reputation in organizing conferences for automotive and engine developers in Germany and abroad. The specialist magazines ATZ Automobiltechnische Zeitschrift, MTZ Motortechnische Zeitschrift and ATZelektronik support the Stuttgart Symposium within the framework of a media partnership. With its wide range of topics addressing current and future issues from the entire field of vehicle and engine technology, the 13th Stuttgart Symposium brings together leading personalities from the automotive and supply industries, as well as development service providers, authorities, research institutes and universities. The focus is on an exchange of research findings aimed at accelerating their implementation in pre-development and series development projects. In that respect, this information platform is also a driver of innovation. The Stuttgart region is Europe s most important automotive location. The and the FKFS have a major influence on and wide-ranging responsibility for achieving sustainable mobility. I am all the more pleased therefore that the Stuttgart Symposium is able to make a valuable contribution. I wish you a fertile and stimulating exchange of information and ideas. Wolfgang Siebenpfeiffer Editor-in-Charge ATZ MTZ ATZelektronik Simultaneous interpreting in German/English and English/ German is provided on both days of the symposium. The German version of the program is available at or by calling DELEGATES The Stuttgart Symposium is addressed to employees of the automotive manufacturers and their suppliers from the fields of R&D, production, aerodynamics, simulation, vehicle engineering and powertrain development, as well as service providers, software companies and universities. FORMAL RECEPTION Tuesday 26 February :00 pm at the Alte Stuttgarter Reithalle Maritim Hotel Seidenstraße Stuttgart Germany Enjoy an exceptional evening of top-class entertainment. Program: 7:00 pm Reception Welcome address by Prof. Dr. Michael Bargende Chairman of the FKFS Board of Management and Director of the Chair in Automotive Powertrains at the IVK, followed by dinner. Entertainment program: Werner Dannemann, Miller Anderson & Bodo Schopf. Enjoy a unique performance. Miller Anderson from Scotland is one of the world s 50 best blues guitarists. He performed with Keef Hartley in Woodstock, in the Spencer Davis Group, Deep Purple, Mountain and T-Rex, to name but a few. The drummer and percussionist Bodo Schopf has played with Whitesnake, the Michael Schenker Group, Eric Burden, Udo Lindenberg, Sweet and Eloy. Werner Dannemann is one of the best and most virtuoso German blues and rock guitarists and vocalists. He has so far released 25 CDs and has been performing for 45 years with his own compositions and interpretations of Eric Clapton, J. J. Cale, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix and George Harrison. Experience one of the rare joint performances by these three exceptional musicians. End of the evening reception: approximately 11 pm. > >>

5 PROGRAM TUESDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2013 >> PLENARY SECTION König Karl Hall from 8:00 Registration 9:00 Welcome Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss, Chairman of the FKFS Board of Management and Managing Director of the Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive Engineering (IVK), Opening address Prof. Dr. Wolfram Ressel, Rector of the 9:15 Performance and efficiency a contradiction? Wolfgang Hatz, Member of the Board of Management Research and Development, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG Technologies for an efficient future in automotive Dr. Stefan Sommer, Chief Executive Officer, ZF Friedrichshafen AG 10:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea 11:00 Four parallel sections 12:30 Lunch together in the exhibition area 14:00 Four parallel sections 15:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea 16:00 Four parallel sections 18:00 End of the parallel sections 19:00 Formal reception at the Alte Stuttgarter Reithalle Welcome Prof. Dr. Michael Bargende, Member of the FKFS Board of Management and Professor for Automotive Powertrains at the Institute of Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive Engineering (IVK), Enjoy stimulating discussions with fellow participants and speakers in a relaxing atmosphere.

6 PROGRAM TUESDAY 26 FEBRUARY 2013 >> SECTION 1 König Karl Hall >> SECTION 2 Meidinger Room DIESEL ENGINES I Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Peter Eilts 11:00 Advanced BOSCH fuel injection equipmenttechnology serving future diesel powertrains Jürgen Hammer, A. Kremer, Robert Bosch GmbH 11:30 Online adaptation of the pilot heat release for optimization of the Diesel combustion behaviour Alexander Rempel, M. Brauer, H. Benali, R. Gratzke, IAV GmbH 12:00 Influence of modified nozzle geometries on the exhaust emissions and the combustion process of a common-rail diesel engine Tobias Braun, H.-P. Rabl, CEEC, Regensburg UAS; M. Faulstich, TU Munich; F. Atzler, Continental Automotive GmbH 12:30 Lunch together in the exhibition area HYBRID DRIVE SYSTEMS Chairperson: Prof. Karl-Ernst Noreikat 14:00 The use of geographical, traffic management, and weather information in the cloud to optimize the energy use of plug-in vehicles Giorgio Rizzoni, S. Onori, Center for Automotive Research, Ohio State University 14:30 Mild HEV performance at micro hybrid cost a low voltage advanced lead-acid battery approach Allan Cooper, European Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium; N. Pascore, Controlled Power Technologies Ltd.; M. Criddle, Valeo Powertrain Air Charging Ltd.; M. Kellaway, Provector Ltd. 15:00 Possibilities for improving the drivability of conventional and hybrid drivetrains Josef Girstmair, E. Nijman, Virtual Vehicle Competence Center (ViF) 15:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea SPARK-IGNITION ENGINES I Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Spicher 16:00 BlueDIRECT the future of SI engines at Mercedes-Benz Anton Waltner, R. Kemmler, G. Vent, U. Schaupp, 16:30 The history of the factory power output improvement of water-cooled Porsche boxer engines Dirk F. Becker, Porsche Engineering Services GmbH; E. Rutschmann, F. Seiler, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG 17:00 Expansion to higher efficiency requirements on valve actuation for Atkinson cycle-based engines Takaaki Sato, DENSO Automotive Deutschland GmbH; H. Grassberger, P. Pertl, A. Trattner, S. Schmidt, R. Kirchberger, IVT, TU Graz 17:30 Downsizing and electrification potential analysis using the example of a modern charged 3-cylinder engine Sebastian Martin, C. Beidl, vkm, TU Darmstadt; A. Frank, M. Rinderle, MAHLE International GmbH VEHICLE ACOUSTICS Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein 11:00 Active systems in vehicle acoustics Jan Schulz, AUDI AG 11:30 Invisible but audible? Acoustic influence of auxiliary drives in modern vehicle manufacturing Ulrich Weingart, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG 12:00 Methods for the characterization of structure-borne sound sources using the example of electric steering systems Thomas Alber, G. Speidel, M. Sturm, M. Hudelmaier, ZF Lenksysteme GmbH 12:30 Lunch together in the exhibition area DIESEL ENGINES II Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Helmut Eichlseder 14:00 Fluid-dynamic characteristics of AdBlue sprays in the exhaust of diesel engines Panayotis Dimopoulos Eggenschwiler, A. Spiteri, Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research 14:30 Innovative, combined systems with SCR for up-coming stringent emission standards in the US and EU Bastian Holderbaum, B. Lüers, O. Bhardwaj, A. Kolbeck, T. Körfer, FEV GmbH 15:00 Comprehensive investigations on the engine process and exhaust aftertreatment for a heavy duty engine by means of numerical models Friedrich Forsthuber, T. Krenek, T. Lauer, B. Geringer, IFA, TU Vienna 15:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea VEHICLE CONCEPTS Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Horst E. Friedrich 16:00 Technical design and methodical evaluation of electrified vehicle architectures Johannes Fuchs, L. Pitrof, M. Lienkamp, FTM, TU Munich; T. Riemenschneider, AUDI AG 16:30 Factors influencing the vehicle architecture in the concept development of electric vehicles Ingo Busche, Volkswagen AG 17:00 How much room for convenience? Factors contributing to perceived comfort in electric vehicles Roland Mandel, T. Maier, IKTD, University of Stuttgart; A. Müller, EDAG GmbH & Co. KGaA 17:30 Variation of actual fields of indirect vision in commercial vehicles during dynamic vision situations Alexander Bothe, E. Wohlfahrt, M. Kirschbaum, ; R. Bruder, IAD, TU Darmstadt

7 >> SECTION 3 Bertha Benz Room >> SECTION 4 Reutlingen Room ENERGY RECUPERATION Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Stefan Pischinger 11:00 Improvement in efficiency of a race engine via use of a waste heat recovery system Johannes Dawidziak, IVK,, M. Bargende, FKFS/IVK, ; M. Feßler, W. Kotauschek, U. Baretzky, AUDI AG 11:30 The design of Rankine systems for automotive applications Heinz-Georg Schmitz, M. Fritsch, A. Huber, C. Schmidbaur, Bosch Systems Engineering GmbH 12:00 Exhaust enthalpy recovery low-temperature heat utilization using the organic Rankine cycle Jan Erik Körner, T. Kobs, AUDI AG; M. Bargende, H.-J. Berner, FKFS/IVK, 12:30 Lunch together in the exhibition area THERMAL MANAGEMENT Chairperson: Dr. Raimund Siegert 14:00 Enthalpy storage system as a contribution towards CO 2 reduction Andreas Eilemann, R. Kölblin, R. Müller, T. Strauß, Behr GmbH & Co. KG 14:30 Energy and heat balance in wet DCT Viren Saxena, A. Moser, M. Schäfer, M. Ritschel, BorgWarner Transmission Systems 15:00 Thermal simulation of high-performance battery systems Hannes Hopp, FKFS, J. Wiedemann, N. Widdecke, FKFS/IVK, ; T. Lemke, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG 15:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea ENGINE APPLICATION Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Günter Hohenberg 16:00 A crank-angle model for the real-time simulation of diesel engines in HiL/SiL applications Agostino Gambarotta, G. Lucchetti, IED, University of Parma 16:30 The representation of small combustion engines on the HiL test stand Martin Bobert, G. Maier, ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG 17:00 Model-based calibration of diesel engines Fabio Mallamo, F. Millo, Politecnico di Torino 17:30 Investigation and optimization of operating parameters to minimize particulate emissions from DISI engines Christoph Denk, P. Hofmann, B. Geringer, IFA, TU Vienna RAIL VEHICLES Chairperson: Prof. Dieter Bögle 11:00 EuropeTrain a pan-european operating train to speed up the homologation of a low-noise brake system with LL brake blocks Johannes Gräber, S. Dörsch, T. Hilker, DB Systemtechnik GmbH 11:30 Communication networks in trains evolution towards ethernet technology Achim Braun, K. Kastner, Knorr-Bremse Systems for Rail Vehicles GmbH 12:00 Holistic considerations of the drivetrains of rail vehicles Dietmar Mandt, S. Knirsch, Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG 12:30 Lunch together in the exhibition area ECU/ARCHITECTURE Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Karl-Ludwig Krieger 14:00 PERSIST a flexible and automatically verifiable software architecture for the automotive powertrain Johannes Richenhagen, S. Pischinger, VKA, RWTH Aachen University; A. Schloßer, FEV GmbH 14:30 AUTOSAR large-scale exploitation of a global standard Stefan Schmerler, AUTOSAR; S. Fürst, BMW AG; S. Lupp, Robert Bosch GmbH; D. Aiello, Continental AG; F. Kirschke-Biller, Ford Motor Company; R. Rimkus, General Motors; A. Gilberg, PSA Peugeot Citroën; K. Nishikawa, Toyota Motor Company; A. Tietze, Volkswagen AG 15:00 Integrated AUTOSAR software design Jörg Schäuffele, M. Varas, Vector Informatik GmbH 15:30 Refreshment break with coffee and tea DESIGN/PRODUCTION Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Hansgeorg Binz 16:00 The combination of lightweight design and efficient powertrain technologies can achieve CO 2 targets lightweight design is becoming a growth market Christian Malorny, N. Müller, R. Heuss, McKinsey & Company, Inc. 16:30 Flexible series production of lamination stacks Johannes Soll, G. Lanza, wbk, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology 17:00 Advanced model reduction improving dynamic simulations with large FE models Philip Holzwarth, M. Fischer, P. Eberhard, ITM, 17:30 Advanced manufacturing technology and material characteristics for a compound cast cylinder head Uwe Getzlaff, ACTech GmbH; R. Lüder, IAV GmbH; L. Schramm, IMA Materialforschung und Anwendungstechnik GmbH

8 PROGRAM WEDNESDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2013 >> SECTION 1 König Karl Hall >> SECTION 2 Meidinger Room ELECTRIC VEHICLE DRIVING RANGE Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Nejila Parspour 8:30 Efficient cruise control a measure for electric vehicle range increase Gernot Becker, FKFS, H.-C. Reuss, FKFS/IVK, 9:00 Online forecasting of an electric vehicle s residual range based on driver s route prediction using maneuver identification Renaud Dubé, M. R. Dubois, M. Boisvert, A. Desrochers, CTA BRP, University of Sherbrooke 9:30 CO 2 reduction potential and range extension through the use of a lightweight photovoltaic roof with connection to the onboard power supply Torsten Steinmetz, J. Ackermann, IAV GmbH; M. Diehl, T. Rhein, Evonik Industries AG 10:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea CHASSIS/TIRES/BRAKES I Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Frank Gauterin 10:30 Tire development from an aerodynamic perspective Felix Wittmeier, FKFS, T. Kuthada, N. Widdecke, J. Wiedemann, FKFS/IVK, 11:00 Identification of the friction potential for application in an automated emergency brake system Cornelia Lex, A. Eichberger, FTG, TU Graz; H.-U. Kobialka, Fraunhofer Institute, IAIS 11:30 Rotatory and translatory aerodynamic drag of car wheels Anton Hahnenkamm, LSTM, University of Erlangen 12:00 Lunch together in the exhibition area ELECTRIC VEHICLES Chairperson: Prof. Johann Tomforde 13:30 Deceleration profiles for optimal recuperation and comfort Michael Knoop, A. Kern, Robert Bosch GmbH 14:00 Electrification with a focus on cost and functionality Matthias Kohlhauser, M. Bichler, MAGNA Powertrain AG & Co. KG 14:30 Conformance test of the communication between electric vehicles and charging infrastructure based on ISO Frank Brosi, FKFS, H.-C. Reuss, FKFS/IVK, ; D. Großmann, Vector Informatik GmbH OPERATING STRATEGIES Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Hettich 8:30 The influence of the driving style on fuel consumption and battery wear of a parallel hybrid city bus Antonius Kies, R. Luz, G. Silberholz, S. Hausberger, IVT, TU Graz; S. Doczy, Magna E-Car Systems 9:00 Increasing the efficiency of control function development utilizing vehicle system models Engelbert Loibner, H. Wurzenberger, AVL List GmbH; P. Wieser, AVL Deutschland GmbH 9:30 Online estimation of physical vehicle parameters with ESC sensors for adaptive vehicle dynamics controllers Florian Kohlhuber, M. Lienkamp, FTM, TU Munich 10:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea SPARK-IGNITION ENGINES II Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Christian Beidl 10:30 Requirements of future gasoline CO 2 concepts on engine architecture - VCR & GCAI Bernd Haake, K. Wittek, M. Thewes, FEV GmbH; A. Brassat, FEV China Co. Ltd. 11:00 Particle emission analysis in homogeneous direct injection SI engines Florian Steimle, A. Kulzer, D. Schwarzenthal, H. Richter, C. Romberg, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG 11:30 Lean burn combustion for gasoline engines: potential of high frequency ignition and high pressure injection Franz Berndt, G. Rottenkolber, Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory, Esslingen UAS; T. Dieler, D. Haase, R. Herweg, 12:00 Lunch together in the exhibition area SUPERCHARGING Chairperson: Dr. Bianca Maria Vaglieco 13:30 Optimized gas exchange in downsized engines with CamInCam Torqueboost Roberto Cutrona, MAHLE GmbH; P. Freeland, J. Taylor, MAHLE Powertrain Ltd.; P. Wieske, MAHLE International GmbH 14:00 Supercharging as an enabler for enhanced combustion and emission strategies Mike Lau, P. Kothe, Eaton Germany GmbH; N. Stewart, P. Wetzel, Eaton Corporation 14:30 Optimization of the transient behavior of an exhaust gas turbocharger based on the example of a passenger car diesel engine Martin Kropp, J. Müller, S. Gauger, Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems GmbH & Co. KG

9 >> SECTION 3 Bertha Benz Room >> SECTION 4 Reutlingen Room FRICTION REDUCTION Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Georg Wachtmeister 8:30 Friction optimization of heavy duty truck engines an important contribution to reduce fuel consumption Admir Kreso, S. Maier, T. Behr, M. Hartweg, V. Lagemann, D. Nowotni, 9:00 Trade-off between friction reduction and lube oil consumption tangential force reduction on oil control rings Armin Frommer, H. Ehnis, R. Freier, R. Künzel, MAHLE International GmbH 9:30 Analysis of aluminium and steel pistons and comparison of friction, piston temperature and combustion Simon Schneider, H. Ehnis, MAHLE International GmbH; K. Schreer, MAHLE GmbH 10:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea COMPLETE VEHICLES Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Thomas Vietor 10:30 Design of sandwich structures for a self-supporting containment for a rail vehicle Gerhard Kopp, Horst E. Friedrich, Institute for Vehicle Concepts, DLR e. V.; J. Kuppinger, Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology; M. Schön, Bombardier Transportation GmbH 11:00 Identification of the lateral dynamic behavior of vehicles using a gyro box and GPS Carlo Ackermann, M. Bauer, R. Isermann, IAT, TU Darmstadt 11:30 Coasting on highways potentials and realization Hermann Koch-Gröber, ASE, Heilbronn UAS 12:00 Lunch together in the exhibition area CHASSIS/TIRES/BRAKES II Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Ansgar Trächtler 13:30 Suspension influence of powertrain loads on test rigs Carsten Karthaus, H. Binz, IKTD, ; W. Klos, 14:00 Design and analysis of a controller for electrohydraulic brake systems on the AUTOSAR architecture level Emad Farshizadeh, H. Briese, DMecS GmbH & Co. KG; S. Beringer, D. Holler, L. Stockmann, dspace GmbH FVV CONCEPTS Chairperson: Dr. Karl Kollmann 8:30 Simulation of the variation of successive cycles in gasoline engines Markus Wenig, IVK,, M. Grill, FKFS, M. Bargende, FKFS/IVK, 9:00 Online measurements of combustion engines an approach to reduce effort and extent Marek Kowalczyk, F. Kunkel, R. Isermann, IAT, TU Darmstadt 9:30 Simulation of engine warm-up with a thermal network Patrick Varga, J. Schmidt, ISUT, University of Magdeburg; V. Zeitz, H. Tschöke, IMS, University of Magdeburg 10:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea ENGINE OIL Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Bernhard Geringer 10:30 Engine oil future challenges Michael Schenk, H. Breitbach, R. Andorf, 11:00 Crankshaft bearing oil flow prediction tools including CFD Omar Mian, V. Haxha, MAHLE Engine Systems UK Ltd.; S. Ferreyra, MAHLE Metal Leve 11:30 A new measurement technique for online oil dilution measurement Hans-Peter Rabl, C. Artmann, M. Kaspar, CEEC, Regensburg UAS; M. Faulstich, TU Munich 12:00 Lunch together in the exhibition area POWERTRAIN ACOUSTICS Chairperson: Prof. Dr. Cornel Stan 13:30 Acoustics of alternative drive systems in the context of comfort, emotion and brand differentiation Klaus Genuit, HEAD acoustics GmbH 14:00 Active exhaust silencers from noise reduction to sound design Jan Krüger, M. Pommerer, M. Conrath, Eberspächer GmbH & Co. KG 14:30 Arrangements to improve NVH in modern drivetrains for internal combustion engines Carsten Mohr, LuK GmbH & Co. KG 14:30 Conceptual actuator layout of vehicle control systems in early phases of the development process Ingo Scharfenbaum, BMW Group; G. Prokop, IAD, TU Dresden

10 PROGRAM WEDNESDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2013 >> PLENARY SECTION König Karl Hall 8:30 Four parallel sections 10:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea 10:30 Four parallel sections 12:00 Lunch together in the exhibition area 13:00 Four parallel sections 15:00 Refreshment break with coffee and tea 15:30 Panel discussion The Car of the Future: How to develop innovations? How to generate experts? Introductory presentations: Wilfried Porth, Member of the Board of Management, Human Resources and Director of Labor Relations, Berthold Huber, Chairman of IG Metall Participants: Prof. Dr. Karl Joachim Ebeling, President of Ulm University Berthold Huber, Chairman of IG Metall Ulrich Maurer MdB, Member of the German Bundestag, Vice Chairman of The Left Party parliamentary group Wilfried Porth, Member of the Board of Management, Human Resources and Director of Labor Relations, Dr. Simone Schwanitz, Under Secretary of State, Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts, Baden-Württemberg Dr. Stefan Wolf, Chairman/CEO of the management board of ElringKlinger AG and of the Board of Management of Südwestmetall Moderator: Dietmar Goericke, Managing Director FVV e. V. 16:30 Keynote speech Silke Krebs, Minister at the State Ministry of the State of Baden-Württemberg 16:45 Closing remarks Prof. Dr. Jochen Wiedemann, Member of the FKFS Board of Management and Professor for Automotive Engineering at the Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Automotive Engineering (IVK), 17:00 Conference ends

11 WITH KIND SUPPORT FROM OUR PARTNERS Premium Partners AUDI AG Robert Bosch GmbH Main Partners Behr GmbH & Co. KG BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH Kistler Instrumente GmbH MAHLE GmbH MANN+HUMMEL GmbH Modine Europe GmbH Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG Partners Bosch Engineering GmbH Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems GmbH & Co. KG ETAS GmbH Schreiber, Brand und Partner Ingenieurgesellschaft mbh Tognum AG Vector Informatik GmbH ZF Friedrichshafen AG EXHIBITION Tuesday 26 February 2013, Wednesday 27 February 2013 On Tuesday 26 February and Wednesday 27 February, a parallel trade exhibition will once again be held in the foyers of the conference venue. The automotive manufacturers and suppliers to the automotive industry will present the latest developments in vehicle and engine technology and metrology to an informed specialist audience. YOUR PRESENTATION PLATFORM Take the opportunity to present your latest products and services to the specialist audience as a supplier in our exclusive exhibition or as a sponsor. Why not make use of this meeting place for an exchange of specialist information between users and pioneers in this field? We design individual sponsoring and exhibition packages according to your needs and requirements. You can choose from a wide range of options. For information on the various presentation options, please contact: Office Pielicke ap-media on behalf of ATZlive Phone List of Exhibitors Stuttgart Symposium 2012 Advantage Austria AFT Atlas Fahrzeugtechnik GmbH Altair Engineering GmbH ATZ Springer Vieweg Bernecker + Rainer Industrie Elektronik Ges.m.b.H. BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH Robert Bosch GmbH Bosch Engineering GmbH careers4engineers automotive CD-adapco CFDnetwork Engineering Collini Wien GmbH Continental Engineering Services GmbH Clusterland Oberösterreich GmbH DEWETRON Ges.m.b.H. DLR e. V. dspace GmbH dtech Steyr GmbH ElringKlinger Motortechnik GmbH Emitec GmbH e-mobil BW GmbH Engineering Center Steyr GmbH & Co KG ETAS GmbH FKFS Freudenberg Sealing Technologies GmbH & Co. KG GreenTeam Uni Stuttgart e. V. HEAD acoustics GmbH Hidria AET d.o.o. Hirschmann Automotive GmbH IAV GmbH JAWA Management Software GmbH Kistler Instrumente GmbH kmb Metalltechnik GmbH Kristl, Seibt & Co GmbH LaVision GmbH LMS Deutschland GmbH MANN+HUMMEL GmbH Maschinenfabrik Liezen und Gießerei Ges.m.b.H. MCE Stahl- und Maschinenbau GmbH & Co KG Rennteam Uni Stuttgart e. V. Ricardo Deutschland GmbH Rücker AG Scuderi Group, LLC SimVis GmbH Springer Vieweg TAGnology RFID GmbH TCM International Tool Consulting & Management GmbH TESIS DYNAware GmbH TUfast e. V. Vector Informatik GmbH Virtual Vehicle Competence Center (ViF)

12 SPEAKERS, MEMBERS OF THE SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD, CHAIRPERSONS Carlo Ackermann IAT, TU Darmstadt Dr. Thomas Alber ZF Lenksysteme GmbH Prof. Dr. Michael Bargende FKFS/IVK, Dirk F. Becker Porsche Engineering Services GmbH Gernot Becker FKFS Prof. Dr. Christian Beidl vkm, TU Darmstadt Franz Berndt Internal Combustion Engine Laboratory, Esslingen UAS Prof. Dr. Hansgeorg Binz IKTD, Martin Bobert ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG Prof. Dieter Bögle Alexander Bothe Achim Braun Knorr-Bremse Systems for Rail Vehicles GmbH Tobias Braun CEEC, Regensburg UAS Dr. Volker Brichzin BorgWarner BERU Systems GmbH Frank Brosi FKFS Ingo Busche Volkswagen AG Allan Cooper European Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium Roberto Cutrona MAHLE GmbH Johannes Dawidziak IVK, Christoph Denk IFA, TU Vienna Dr. Panayotis Dimopoulos Eggenschwiler Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Testing and Research Renaud Dubé CTA BRP, University of Sherbrooke Prof. Dr. Karl Joachim Ebeling Ulm University Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein ika, RWTH Aachen University Prof. Dr. Helmut Eichlseder IVT, TU Graz Dr. Andreas Eilemann Behr GmbH & Co. KG Prof. Dr. Peter Eilts IVB, TU Braunschweig Prof. em. Dr. Ulf Essers FKFS/IVK, Emad Farshizadeh DMecS GmbH & Co. KG Friedrich Forsthuber IFA, TU Vienna Prof. Dr. Horst E. Friedrich Institute for Vehicle Concepts, DLR e. V. Armin Frommer MAHLE International GmbH Johannes Fuchs FTM, TU Munich Prof. Agostino Gambarotta IED, University of Parma Prof. Dr. Frank Gauterin FAST, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Prof. Dr. Klaus Genuit HEAD acoustics GmbH Prof. Dr. Bernhard Geringer IFA, TU Vienna Dr. Uwe Getzlaff ACTech GmbH Josef Girstmair Virtual Vehicle Competence Center (ViF) Dietmar Goericke FVV e. V. Johannes Gräber DB Systemtechnik GmbH Bernd Haake FEV GmbH Anton Hahnenkamm LSTM, University of Erlangen Prof. Dr. Jürgen Hammer Robert Bosch GmbH Wolfgang Hatz Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG Prof. Dr. Gerhard Hettich EAST Consulting > >>

13 SPEAKERS, MEMBERS OF THE SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD, CHAIRPERSONS Prof. Dr. Günter Hohenberg IVD Prof. Hohenberg GmbH Dr. Bastian Holderbaum FEV GmbH Philip Holzwarth ITM, Hannes Hopp FKFS Berthold Huber IG Metall Carsten Karthaus IKTD, Antonius Kies IVT, TU Graz Dr. Michael Knoop Robert Bosch GmbH Prof. Dr. Hermann Koch-Gröber ASE, Heilbronn UAS Matthias Kohlhauser MAGNA Powertrain AG & Co. KG Florian Kohlhuber FTM, TU Munich Dr. Karl Kollmann Gerhard Kopp Institute for Vehicle Concepts, DLR e. V. Jan Erik Körner AUDI AG Marek Kowalczyk IAT, TU Darmstadt Silke Krebs State Ministry, State of Baden-Württemberg Admir Kreso Prof. Dr. Karl-Ludwig Krieger ITEM, University of Bremen Dr. Martin Kropp Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems GmbH & Co. KG Dr. Jan Krüger Eberspächer GmbH & Co. KG Dr. Reiner Künzel MAHLE International GmbH Mike Lau Eaton Germany GmbH Dr. Rolf Leonhard Robert Bosch GmbH Cornelia Lex FTG, TU Graz Engelbert Loibner AVL List GmbH Dr. Fabio Mallamo Politecnico di Torino Dr. Christian Malorny McKinsey & Company, Inc. Roland Mandel IKTD, Dr. Dietmar Mandt Voith Turbo GmbH & Co. KG Sebastian Martin vkm, TU Darmstadt Ulrich Maurer MdB The Left Party parliamentary group Dr. Omar Mian MAHLE Engine Systems UK Ltd. Dr. Carsten Mohr LuK GmbH & Co. KG Dr. Harald Naunheimer ZF Friedrichshafen AG Prof. Karl-Ernst Noreikat NorCon Scientific Consulting Prof. Dr. Nejila Parspour IEW, Prof. Dr. Stefan Pischinger VKA, RWTH Aachen University Wilfried Porth Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Rabl CEEC, Regensburg UAS Alexander Rempel IAV GmbH Prof. Dr. Wolfram Ressel Prof. Dr. Hans-Christian Reuss FKFS/IVK, Johannes Richenhagen VKA, RWTH Aachen University Prof. Giorgio Rizzoni Center for Automotive Research, Ohio State University Takaaki Sato DENSO Automotive Deutschland GmbH Viren Saxena BorgWarner Transmission Systems Jörg Schäuffele Vector Informatik GmbH Ingo Scharfenbaum BMW Group Michael Schenk > >>

14 SPEAKERS, MEMBERS OF THE SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD, CHAIRPERSONS Dr. Stefan Schmerler AUTOSAR Heinz-Georg Schmitz Bosch Systems Engineering GmbH Simon Schneider MAHLE International GmbH Dr. Jan Schulz AUDI AG Dr. Simone Schwanitz Ministry of Science, Research and the Arts, Baden-Württemberg Wolfgang Siebenpfeiffer Editor-in-Charge ATZ MTZ ATZelektronik Dr. Raimund Siegert Johannes Soll wbk, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Dr. Stefan Sommer ZF Friedrichshafen AG Prof. Dr. Ulrich Spicher IFKM, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Prof. Dr. Cornel Stan Research and Transfer Center e. V. Zwickau University of Applied Sciences Florian Steimle Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG Dr. Torsten Steinmetz IAV GmbH Prof. Johann Tomforde Competence & Design Center for Mobility Innovations Prof. Dr. Ansgar Trächtler RtM, University of Paderborn Dr. Bianca Maria Vaglieco Istituto Motori-CNR Patrick Varga ISUT, University of Magdeburg Prof. Dr. Thomas Vietor ik, TU Braunschweig Prof. Dr. Georg Wachtmeister LVK, TU Munich Anton Waltner Alfred Weber MANN+HUMMEL GmbH Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber Ulrich Weingart Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG Markus Wenig IVK, Dr. Achim Wiebelt Behr GmbH & Co. KG Prof. Dr. Jochen Wiedemann FKFS/IVK, Dr. Martin Wierse Modine Europe GmbH Felix Wittmeier FKFS Dr. Stefan Wolf ElringKlinger AG and Südwestmetall Wolfgang Zahn ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG > >>

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