AUTOMOTIVE THERMAL MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE
We are pleased to invite you to Automotive Thermal Management Conference 2018, held in Berlin, Germany, February 1-2.
The conference will bring together all specialists in auto and truck construction with focus on automotive thermal management technology. The Automotive Thermal Management Conference 2018 will highlight the challenges, opportunities, and emerging innovations; alternative drive, enhancing thermal management for e-cars; innovative thermal management components and materials; CO2 reduction; and next generation, alternative, and environmentally benign refrigerants.
KEY PRACTICAL POINTS OF THE CONFERENCE:
– Upcoming and emerging technologies for Thermal Management
– Market opportunities for thermal products and services
– HVAC and climate control solutions
– Thermal design and modeling solutions
– Optimizing thermal management for e-cars
– High-efficiency climate control systems with a heat and cold storage unit for EV
– Future fluids for EVs’ cooling systems
– R&D in Thermal Management related spaces
– Future trends in high performance materials for Thermal Management modules
– How to reduce fuel consumption and CO₂ emissions
– Fluid management novelties for effective powertrain thermal performance
– Next generation, alternative, environmentally benign refrigerants
The Event will take place at Novotel Hotel Berlin Am Tiergarten
Address: Str. des 17. Juni 31 106-108, 10623 Berlin, Germany.
BCF team would gladly assist you with booking a room and arranging your flight tickets throughout the event.
Motor Design Ltd
Dr Cedric Rouaud
Global Technical Expert, Thermal Systems
Prof. Dr. Eng.
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Technical Specialist, Thermal Energy Management
Jaguar Land Rover
Davide Di Battista
Università degli studi dell Aquila
CEO and Owner
DECKERS MOBILITY CONSULTING
Head of France Thermal Center
Head of Energy Systems Lab
University of Liège
EMEA Vehicle Safety and Regulatory Compliance – Fuel Economy and Green House Gases CO2 Emissions Reduction Strategies
FCA Italy S.p.A
Head of Thermal Managament
MAGNA Powertrain AG
Thermofluids Team Leader
Dr Staton founded Motor Design Ltd. (MDL) in 1998 with a focus on development of software for electric motor design. MDL develop Motor-CAD software that integrates both electromagnetic and thermal analysis modules to simplify and speed up the design workflow. Dr Staton did his PhD in computer aided design of electric motors at Sheffield University in the mid 1980’s. Since then he has designed electric motors and developed motor design software at Thorn EMI, the SPEED Laboratory at Glasgow University and Control Techniques (part of Emerson Electric).
Biography: Dr Cedric Rouaud is chief engineer in the Engine Product Group in Ricardo UK, dealing with powertrain research, advanced engineering and development for production. He is also technical expert in thermal management and waste heat recovery for conventional and electrified vehicles. He began his professional career in 2000 in Renault as a research engineer. He has fulfilled his doctorate diploma in the University of Poitiers, France. In 2008 he joined Ricardo as principal engineer in fluid dynamic and simulation department, as thermal management and waste heat recovery experts for powertrain and vehicle. During his career, he has managed and developed many projects among which include: development of technologies for reducing CO2 emissions on gasoline, Diesel engines; thermal management of hybrid and electric vehicles; development of waste heat recovery systems for passenger car, HDD, railway, gensets, CHPs; thermo-hydraulic simulations for sizing cooling and heating systems, reducing fuel consumption, improving EV range, optimisation of energy management; thermal management of twin-turbo charged gasoline and Diesel engines; powertrain (testbed) and vehicle tests (chassis dyno, Climatic Wind Tunnel, hot/cold environment tests).
Prof. Dr. Noshin Omar obtained his M.S. degree in Electronics and Mechanics from Erasmus University College Brussels. He obtained his PhD in 2012 in the department of Electrical Engineering and Energy Technology ETEC, at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. He is the Director of the Battery Innovation Center of VUB. Currently he is coordinating several national and European projects in the field of characterization, electrical, thermal, electrochemical and lifetime modelling of various rechargeable energy storage systems. He was and is still active in various European projects such as SUPERLIB, BATTERIES2020, FIVEVB, ORCA, ASSURED, GHOST, OBELICS, IMAGE. He is authors of more than 140 scientific publications. His research interests include characterization, modeling (electrical, thermal, ageing) and system development of electrical double-layer capacitors and batteries in BEV’s, PHEV’s, HEV’s and stationary applications. He is also active in several international standardization committees such as ISO/TC 22/SC 37.
Philippe GYAN He graduated from the Ecole Centrale de Lyon with a Master of Science in 1998, and with a Ph.D in 2003, in Mechanical Engineering, Energy and Thermal Management. He worked then at Renault Mechanical Department, on the deployment of calculation tools for vehicle performances and fuel economy. Since 2008, he has been working in the Research Department at Renault, on power train sizing for Electric Vehicles, on battery electrical, thermal, and ageing modeling. He has been involved in several French national and European collaborative projects SIMSTOCK, SIMCAL, MOBICUS, and MAT4BAT, on battery ageing modeling, with several publications.
Nilabza Dutta is currently the Technical Specialist for Thermal Energy Management at Jaguar Land Rover. He has a Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering and MSc in Automotive Engineering. He is also an IMechE Chartered Engineer as well as APMP qualified. Prior to Jaguar Land Rover he has worked for Ricardo plc, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd and Hero Honda Motorcycles Ltd. Very recently he has taken the lead of a new vehicle function team within Thermal and Aerodynamics Systems Engineering group to develop the vehicle level thermal energy management functions of JLR vehicles.
Davide Di Battista graduated as Mechanical Engineering in 2010 (Italy) with honors. He took his PhD in March, 2014 at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Energy and Management of the University of L’Aquila with a work on waste heat recovery from ICE via thermodynamic cycles. He works on engine thermal management, turbocharging, hybrid and electric vehicles and energy recovery, contributing both in theoretical and experimental activities. He is also involved in several technical projects (European projects, national projects and manufactures collaborations). At the moment, he is a researcher in the sector of Thermal Machines and Energy Systems in the same University of L’Aquila and he has published about 30 scientific papers.
Biography: Background- master degree in mechanical engineering (1979-RWTH Aachen). Held several senior management positions in passenger car powertrain industry (OEM’s: BMW, Volvo, PSA Peugeot Citroen, Renault, Tiers: Siemens VDO/Continental, ESP: FEV) characterized by highly complex projects, organisation and partnerships in an international challenging environment (1979-2013). Independent Consultancy @ DECKERS MOBILITY CONSULTING (2013-), containing technology trend watching and /analysis, project advise and interim project management, organisation and business development assistance within international automotive and energy industry and governmental programs, engineering and suppliers\' domains, oil industry, automotive associations focussing on powertrain.
Biography: Graduated in 1983 with a BSc honours degree in Physics from University of Warwick and in 1986 from the same university with a PhD in Physics. Worked for 5 years in the area of advanced ceramics engineering before joining Federal-Mogul, an American automotive parts supplier. Here he was a Technical Specialist supporting their worldwide vehicle heat management and component protection businesses. In 2001 he became UK Engineering Manager for the Engine Sealing division. He joined MIRA in 2002 and is a Senior Consultant in the Fluids Engineering Department. His focus is on whole vehicle heat management and occupant thermal comfort using 3D modelling techniques. He is also experienced in vehicle development and testing, both in the lab, climatic wind tunnel and in the field. More recently he has worked in the area on battery thermal management, supporting internal and external customers in developing vehicle battery packs.
Graduated in Ecole Centrale de Lyon (France) and Université Claude Bernard (France) as System Engineer specialized in Automatic systems - A long experience in High tech system design in 3 large companies : 1- Saint-Gobain Group – France / Plastic Injection Machines Introduction of new technologies to optimize the design and the process of the injection machines: CAD/CAM, FEM, Prototypes, Automatisation, Embedded systems, Diagnostic for Mechanical, Electronic and Hydraulic branches. 2- PSA-Peugeot-Citroën - France (Important Car maker) - IT Manager and Electronic/Software process engineering - Vehicle & Engine Thermal (Customer comfort, system and components design) with national and international responsibility. 3- Denso – France/ Italy/ Japan (main OEM for automotive) Head of Denso Thermal in France and support of South Europe customers in transportation (Automotive, Bus, Truck, Tractors, Airplane, …)
Vincent Lemort obtained his PhD in 2008 from the University of Liège (ULg). He has been a visiting scholar in Purdue University (USA) and in the Ecole des Mines of Paris. He is currently an Associate Professor at the Thermodynamics Laboratory of ULg and he is leading the Energy Systems Research Group. His research and teaching activities deal with the modeling, the testing and the optimization of energy systems and more especially displacement machines, small-scale Rankine cycle systems, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems. He has published more than 150 journal and conference papers on these topics. He has a strong background in working in collaboration with Automotive Industry but also in the frame of international research projects (among which IEA and FP7 projects).
Biography: Carloandrea Malvicino, graduated in Physics at the Turin University, after having spent 23 years at \\\"Centro Ricerche Fiat\\\" on thermal system innovation and technologies to improve the efficiency of automotive systems is now leading the CO2 emissions reduction strategies department in FCA Italy S.pA. Carloandrea is a member of 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.
Biography: - 1995 – 1999: Higher technical college - Electronics and Power Electronics - 2000 – 2007: Johannes-Kepler University Linz (Austria) – Mechatronics – Master thesis in the field of mechanical engineering of solid and fluid bodies – Heat transfer and fluid mechanics (degree: Dipl.-Ing. (like MSc)) - 2007 – 2009: Engineer in the predevelopment department at WP Radiator, a company of KTM Motorsport AG - 2009 – 2011: R&D Manager at WP Radiator, a company of KTM Motorsport AG - 2011 – 2017: Head of Thermal Management at Engineering Center Steyr, a company of MAGNA Powertrain - 2016 – 2017: Californian Lutheran University, Thousand Oaks (USA) – International Business, degree: MBA - Since 2017: Senior Manager – Vehicle Systems, Fluid, Pressure & Controls Group, MAGNA Powertrain
Dr Osoko Shonda graduated in 2006 from both ESSTIN (France) with a MEng majoring in Thermofluids and also from the University Nancy 1 (France) with a MSc in Fluids Dynamics. Then, he joined Renault as a Research Engineer in Thermal and Energy Management. In 2009, after completion of his PhD in Thermodynamics and Energy Management at INSA de Lyon (France), he became Project Technical Lead for innovative Thermal Management systems applied to BEVs and PHEVs. In 2014, he joined HORIBA MIRA (UK) as a Thermodynamics Specialist. Since 2016, he has been working as the Team Leader for Thermofluids Engineering.