Conference Information

From November 13th to 15th, 2019, the 9th Aachen Colloquium China Automobile and Engine Technology will again provide a platform for experts and executives from automobile manufacturers and suppliers to discuss the latest news on research and state-of-the-art technology.

Conference program
Meet & Greet
19:00 Meet & Greet Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast

Grand Ballroom II+III
Opening Plenary Session
08:30 Opening Speech Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lutz Eckstein – ika, RWTH Aachen University
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Pischinger – VKA, RWTH Aachen University
08:40 Our Way Toward the Ideal Internal Combustion Engine for Sustainable Future Ichiro Hirose, Senior Managing Executive Officer, Mazda Motor Corporation
09:00 Strategy to Comply with China`s CO2 Legislations Jing Zhu, CEO & Founder – Haima
09:20 Empowering the Automotive Industry: Driving the Future of Mobility Lilly Feng, Regional Business Leader, Automotive – Microsoft
09:40 Joint Discussion
10:00 Coffee Break
Gasoline Engine Technologies
10:30 The New 1.5 l In-Line4 High-Power Gasoline TCDI Engine from Global Village Group X. Zhu, Z. Yan, J. Li, Y. Bai, X. Fei – Nanjing Global Village Group Automotive Power Co., Ltd. / F. G. Haubner, M. Jakob – FEV Europe GmbH / D. Ju – FEV China Co., Ltd.
11:00 HyPACE - Hybrid Petrol Advanced Combustion Engine M. Bassett, A. Cooper, S. Reader, J. Hall, P. Stansfield – MAHLE Powertrain Ltd. / J. Hartland, C. Li – Jaguar Land Rover Ltd. / A. Taylor – BorgWarner Turbo Systems
11:30 EA211 TSI®evo – The New 4-Cylinder Gasoline Engine from Volkswagen K. Persigehl, F. Eichler, W. Demmelbauer-Ebner, J. Theobald, B. Stiebels, H. Hoffmeyer, M. Kreft – Volkswagen AG
12:00 Lunch
Hybrid & Electric Powertrains I
13:30 SVEN - The Ultimate BEV for Future Shared Mobility M. Hog, M. Pielen, M. Volm, A. Belinski – share2drive GmbH
14:00 Virtual Approach for Objective Optimization of HEV and EV Driveability C. Paar, M. Martin. G. Woelfl, F. Eibler, B. Putsche, M. Passath – Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik AG & Co KG
14:30 Super Clean Electrified Diesel: Towards Real NOx Emissions below 35 mg/km S. Seifert, R. Brück – Continental Emitec GmbH / G. Rösel, H. Zhang – Continental Automotive GmbH
15:00 Transmissions for Battery Electric Vehicles Y. Sha – FEV China Co., Ltd. / I. Steinberg, G. Hellenbroich, P. Janssen, T. Hamm – FEV Europe GmbH
15:30 Coffee Break
CO2 Reduction
16:00 ElroTherm Active - Active Thermal Conditioning of Exhaust System A. Hubert. P. Schölzel, M. Bold, K. Wilsch – ElringKlinger AG
16:30 Advances in Dynamic Skip Fire: eDSF and mDSF M. Younkins, E. Ortiz-Soto, M. Wilcutts – Tula Technology / J. Kirwan, K. Confer – Delphi Technologies
17:00 Highly Efficient Hydrogen Combustion Engines as an Alternative to Fuel Cells and Electric Drives in the Commercial Vehicle Sector P. Steffen, T. Korn, A. Sousa – KEYOU GmbH
18:00 Banquet
Grand Ballroom I
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems
10:30 Advanced Test of Autonomous Vehicles: The 6D Target Mover and Dynamic Pedestrian Target I. Doric, D. Arp – MESSRING Active Safety GmbH
11:00 UNICARagil - Disruptive Modular Architecture for Agile, Automated Vehicle Concepts L. Eckstein, T. Woopen, B. Lampe, T. Boedekker – ika, RWTH Aachen University
11:30 Prediction Algorithm for Decelerating Driving States Based on Driver Characteristics for Active Regenerative Control K. Yeon, K. Min, G. Sim, M. Sunwo – Hanyang University
12:00 Lunch
Automotive Strategy I
13:30 Challenges and Opportunities in Lithium-Ion Battery Supply W. Bernhart, D. Ernst, M. Yoon, G. Pieper – Roland Berger GmbH / R. Zheng – Roland Berger (Shanghai) Ltd.
14:00 How Electromobility and Autonomous Driving Will Change the Automotive Value Chain C. Foltz, H. Weber, A. Wild – PwC Strategy& (Germany) GmbH / C. Stürmer – PricewaterhouseCoopers GmbH
14:30 Economic Potential of Vehicle Data - Digital Platforms and Marketplaces as a Precondition for Competitiveness? R. Wolsfeld, L. Eckstein – ika, RWTH Aachen University / C. Burkard, I. Olschewski – Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH Aachen
15:00 Understanding Developments and Pinch Points in Automotive Fuel Cell Supply Chains Worldwide F. Lehner, D. Hart, A. Chase – E4tech
15:30 Coffee Break
HMI and Vehicle Concepts
16:00 Surf & Curve: User-Experience Centered HMI-Concepts Setting Revolutionary Technology Trends C. Brockmeier, L. Eckstein – ika, RWTH Aachen University / S. Lemcke – BCS - Automotive Interface Solutions
16:30 Use Case Based Product Development – Blue Ocean Micro Mobility T. Schrader, L. Dönz – AUDI AG
17:00 Identifying Customer Insights for Autonomous Urban Shuttles – A Methodological Approach C. Brockmeier, A.-L. Köhler, N. Depner, M. Schwalm – ika, RWTH Aachen University / A. Holz – Ford-Werke GmbH
18:00 Banquet

Grand Ballroom II+III
High-Efficiency Engines
08:30 CE12 – The 3-Cylinder TC-GDI in the New XCE Core Engine Family J. Wang, Y. Wang, J. Schopp, – Mianyang Xinchen Engine Co., Ltd. / Z. Zheng – FEV China Co., Ltd. / H. J. Ecker – FEV Europe GmbH
09:00 Pre-Chamber Ignition and Promising Complementary Technologies M. Sens, E. Binder, P.-B. Reinicke, M. Riess, T. Stappenbeck, M. Woebke – IAV GmbH
09:30 Design, Production and Cost of a Crankshaft Equipped with Compact & Continuously VCR S. Wagenaar, B. de Gooijer – Gomecsys B.V. / J. Trieschmann, M. Stitz – Mitec Automotive AG
10:00 Coffee Break
Hybrid & Electric Powertrains II
10:30 ICONA's Vision of Future Mobility S. Chuffart – Icona Design & Engineering Co., Ltd.
11:00 Optimization of the 48 V Mild Hybrid Technology to Minimize Local Emission in the RDE H. Wang – Continental Automotive Holding Co., Ltd / T. Knorr, A. Schatz, S. Baensch, D. Eller – Continental Automotive GmbH
11:30 Multi-Objective Predictive Energy Management Framework for Hybrid Electric Powertrains: An Online Optimization Approach R. Sangili Vadamalu, C. Beidl, D. Schmidt – TU Darmstadt / S. Barth, F. Rass – Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) GmbH
12:00 Fuel Cell Range Extender – Tailored System Development from Concept to Public Road Usage M. Peksen – FEV Europe GmbH
12:30 Lunch
Real Driving Emissions
14:00 The RDE Measurement of Fast Transient Emissions from Gasoline, Diesel and Hybrid Vehicles Q. Li, M. Peckham, M. Duckhouse, H. Bradley, M. Hammond – Cambustion
14:30 How has the Performance of Passengers Cars Changed through Euro 4, 5 and 6, and what has been the Impact of WLTP and RDE Legislation? N. Molden – Emissions Analytics
15:00 RDE Compliant Powertrain Development and Robust PN Calibration at Engine-in-the-Loop Test Facility D. Guse, J. Claßen – VKA, RWTH Aachen University / M. Nijs, M. Görgen, A. Balazs, J. Scharf, – FEV Europe GmbH / S. Trampert, H. Baumgarten – FEV Group GmbH
15:30 Final Remarks Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Lutz Eckstein – ika, RWTH Aachen University
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Pischinger – VKA, RWTH Aachen University
15:45 End of Conference
Grand Ballroom I
Battery & Transmission
08:30 Crash Safety of Lithium-Ion Batteries Z. Pan, Y. Xia – Tsinghua University
09:00 Current e-Powertrain Development Trends – FEV’s Perspective on Battery, E-Motor and Charging S. Wetzeler, M. Stapelbroek, S. Sehr – FEV Europe GmbH / M. Schmitz – RWTH Aachen University
09:30 Successfully Started from 0 to 100 – A High-Efficient Dual Clutch Transmission and its Further Development J. Trumpff – GETEC Getriebe Technik GmbH
10:00 Coffee Break
Automotive Strategy II
10:30 Automotive Industry 2030 - Disruption, Innovation, Transformation J. Berking, A. Joas, J. Buss, L. Helfmann – Oliver Wyman
11:00 Autonomous Driving: Moonshot Project with Quantum Leap from Hardware to Software Focus in the Automotive Industry A. Berdichevskiy, T. Pottebaum, H. Proff, P. Wolf – Deloitte Consulting GmbH
11:30 The Electrification of the Powertrain and its Impact on the Machinery Industry and Component Suppliers T. Lüdiger, M. Wittler – FEV Consulting GmbH
12:00 Towards a Platform-Thinking Strategy in Automotive Aftersales with a View to the Next Disruptive Wave J. Mabuma – TEAMWILLE GmbH
12:30 Lunch
14:00 Enhanced ABS- and ESC-Control Logic for Wheel-Individual Electric All-Wheel Drive F. Tigges, W. Jarisa, R. Henze, F. Kücükay – University of Braunschweig
14:30 Test Procedure Improvements to Enhance Combined Slip Measurements K. Sivachanemougam – Michelin Tyre Research & Development Center (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. / X. Maume – Manufacture Française des Pneumatiques Michelin / C. Bachmann – fka Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH Aachen
15:00 Optimization of Measurement Procedures and Methodology for Combined Slip Tire Behavior W. Versteden, C. Lugaro, T. Jansen – Siemens PLM Software (formerly TASS International) / S. van Putten – AUDI AG

Conference venue

Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast

26A Xiao Yun Road,

Chaoyang District 100125

Beijing, China

The registration for the Aachen Colloquium China does not include a hotel reservation. Each participant is responsible for the booking of a room.

The Marriott Hotel offers special rates for the Aachen Colloquium China.
These rates are valid for stays from November 10th to 18th, 2019 and can be booked online:

Registration Desk

Wednesday Nov. 13th, 2019 17:00 - 20:00
Thursday Nov. 14th, 2019 07:30 - 18:00
Friday Nov. 15th, 2019 08:00 - 15:00