Alternative fuels from regenerative sources (e.g. BTL) will especially gain importance in the same proportion as the shortage of fossil fuels increases due to the global trend of increasingly mobility.
Renewable methane offers a solution to fuel security and to the problem of waste disposal.
Diesel engines which have long been neglected, are back in the reckoning in North America.
Modern computer methods are integrated into a simulation scheme to predict the sound attenuation in complicated exhaust systems.
Changing climate, rising oil prices and geographical distribution of oil resources requires us to reduce our dependence on petroleum.
Ann Marie Sastry, Professor of Mechanical, Biomedical and Materials Science and Engineering University of Michigan, USA
Andrea Ferrari, Director - Testing Facilities, Powertrain Research and Technology, Fiat Powertrain Technologies, Italy
Luca Mazzarella, Head - Center of Excellence Vehicle Benchmarking Research & Technology, Rieter Automotive Systems, Switzerland
Juergen Ogrzewalla, Dept. Manager, Electronics/Mechatronics Division, FEV Motorentechnik GmbH, Germany
Stefan Pischinger, Director, Institute for Combustion Engines, Germany
Jörg Seibel, Scientific Employee, Institute for Combustion Engines, Germany
Federico Cheli, Full Professor, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Andrea Zorzutti, Former Researcher, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Franco Cimatti, Concept Engineering Manager, Ferrari Auto S.p.a., Italy
Paolo Dellachà, Private consultant, Italy
Unkoo Lee, Ph.D., Senior Vice President, Platform Development Group
Sangho Lee, Senior Research Engineer, Chassis Platform, Hyundai Motor Company, South Korea
Alexandre Català, Manager, Vehicle Dynamics, Applus+ IDIADA, Spain
Paolo Martella, Active Steering Systems Design Responsible, Fiat Group Automobiles, SpA
Paul Brandon, Senior Lecturer, University of Kingston & Lotus Engineering