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11th International AVL Exhaust Gas and Particulate Emissions Forum
Since the early 2000s, the International AVL Exhaust Gas and Particulate Emissions Forum has served as one of the most important specialist conferences in the field of exhaust gas aftertreatment and the associated metrological challenges within the engine and vehicle industry.
To improve local air quality effectively, the requirements placed on internal combustion engines regarding CO2 and pollutant emissions are continuously being tightened. These environmental regulations require the widespread use of efficient exhaust gas aftertreatment technologies. These technologies must achieve optimal performance values under all application-specific conditions to meet future requirements.
The automotive and engine industries are currently experiencing the deepest upheaval in their history. Electrification, digitalization, autonomous driving and flexible use are leading to major changes. To guarantee the efficiency and environmental compatibility of all internal combustion engines, existing technologies must be further developed, and new solutions must also be found for exhaust gas aftertreatment using alternative fuels. We must continue along the development path towards a pollutant-free and CO2-neutral internal combustion engine.
The 11th International AVL Exhaust Gas and Particulate Emissions Forum will take place from March 3 - 4, 2020, in the “Forum am Schlosspark” in Ludwigsburg near Stuttgart. Top-class speakers from Germany and abroad will present the latest results of the enhancements of low-emission propulsions and report on current results in exhaust gas aftertreatment, CO2 reduction, reduction of air pollution, regenerative fuels, hybridized propulsions, well-to-wheel considerations and new exhaust gas measurement technology. This informative conference will also include an exhibition with a presentation on the latest solutions in the field of exhaust gas measurement technology.
Similar to previous forums, we are expecting over 250 national and international guests in the “Forum am Schlosspark” in Ludwigsburg near Stuttgart. During more than 20 exciting technical sessions, the expert audience will be presented with current solutions for the implementation of exhaust gas legislation and will also have the opportunity to engage in technical discussions and expert talks.
On behalf of AVL Deutschland GmbH and the members of the Program Advisory Board, I wish all conference participants an interesting conference, exciting discussions and a pleasant stay in Ludwigsburg.
We look forward to welcoming you in March 2020 to the beautiful residence city of Ludwigsburg.
On behalf of the Program Advisory Board
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Gennadi Zikoridse
On the evening of March 3rd, 2020, we would like to spend a few unforgettable hours with you in Ludwigsburg. We look forward to your participation.
Forum am Schlosspark
Stuttgarter Straße 33
All fees include proceedings, catering and evening program (plus VAT).
€ 1050,- Registration fee
€ 850,- if you register before November 8th, 2019 (early bird discount)
€ 500,- for members of universities (limited)
€ 210,- for students (limited)
Free of charge for Speakers
Terms of payment:
30 days from date of invoice, net
The registration fee will be reimbursed (minus € 100,- for administrative costs – students € 50,- – plus VAT) provided that a written cancellation is received by January 10th, 2020 (postal date). Cancellations after this date will result in the forfeit of the full registration fee.
German and English (simultaneous translation)
Please address any inquiries relating to papers to:
AVL Deutschland GmbH
Phone: +49 6134 7179-0
Please address any organizational questions to:
AVL Deutschland GmbH
Phone: +49 6134 7179-16
Call for Papers
Would you like to actively participate in the 11th International AVL Forum and contribute to the success of the event with your own presentation? Until 31 July 2019 you have the opportunity to submit your lecture topic on one of the following topics:
- Air quality
- Emission / Immission
Future powertrain concepts incl. exhaust aftertreatment - Otto and Diesel
- GPF calibration
- RDE challenges
- EATS aging
- Low NOx
- Overview and fuel cell
- Energy basis of mobility
- Natural gas
- Zero Impact Emission
- OBD sensors
We are looking forward to receiving your abstract with a maximum of 3000 characters, including title, authors, co-authors and company names as well as contact details. Please send it to the contact below by 31 of July, 2019, at the latest:
AVL Deutschland GmbH
The quality of the technical papers is guaranteed by the Program Committee.
We would like to thank:
|Dr. Harald Beck
MAN Truck & Bus SE
|Prof. Dr. Peter Eilts
Technische Universität Braunschweig
AVL List GmbH
|Dr. Dieter Florian
AVL List GmbH
|Prof. Uwe Gärtner
|Dr. Jürgen Gieshoff
Umicore AG & Co KG
AVL List GmbH
AVL Deutschland GmbH
AVL Deutschland GmbH
|Prof. Dr. Jürgen Krahl
Technische Hochschule Ostwestfalen-Lippe
Dr. Stefan Schmerbeck
|Prof. Dr. Gennadi Zikoridse
Hochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft Dresden
The sponsors are supporting free participation for students. If you are interested in networking and access to expert knowledge please apply via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many thanks to our sponsors!
Application criteria and selection process:
Subsidized places are applicable for Bachelor and Master students focusing on the topics of vehicle engineering, combustion engines or comparable subjects.
Applications should contain a CV, a motivation letter, an overview about your methodology projects, a confirmation of matriculation as well as certificates of completed examinations. If applications are on a par, further selection will be based on a “first-come, first-served” principle.
All submitted applications will be evaluated by the program committee. By submitting applications, students agree to these rules and eligibility requirements, especially that AVL may forward submitted documents to the organizations mentioned above. Any recourse to courts of law is excluded.
Closing date for submission of application is the 6th of December 2019.
Please submit your papers to the following email address: email@example.com.
CONFERENCE PROGRAM – TUESDAY, 3rd OF MARCH 2020
|09:00||Welcome and Opening of the 11th International Exhaust Gas and Particulate Emissions Forum
Prof. H. List – AVL List GmbH, Graz, Austria
|Session 1: Keynotes, Chairman: Prof. G. Zikoridse – Dresden University of Applied Sciences|
|09:15||Fine dust in ambient air – still an issue?
Prof. A. Dittler – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
|09:45||Post Euro 6 – The European emission legislation targets, plans and Roadmap
Dr. Z. Samaras; Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Griechenland
|10:15||Sustainable and cost-efficient cars
Dr. H. Pengg – Audi AG; M. Zapf, Prof. Chr. Weindl – Coburg University; Dr. Th. Bütler, Dr. Chr. Bach, – Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology, Switzerland
|Session 2: Air-Quality, Chairman: Prof. U. Gärtner – Daimler AG|
|11:15||Update on IMO regulations for international shipping with particular focus on GHG and Black Carbon emissions
P. Lauer – MAN Energy Solutions SE
|11:45||How can the Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG obey the laws for air pollution control
M. Wiedemann – Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG
|12:15||Comparative study of brake particle emissions
Prof. K. Augsburg – Ilmenau University of Technology
|12:45||Low-Emission Zones and Diesel Bans – the Way Into the Electric Car Future
Prof. M. Klingner, E. Sähn – Fraunhofer Institute for Transportation and Infrastructure Systems IVI
|Session 3: Future Emission Concepts I, Chairman: Prof. P. Eilts – University of Braunschweig – Institute of Technology|
|14:45||Increasing challenges in calibration methodology and particulate filter technologies of gasoline direct injection engines on the European market
A. Hochnetz, P. Götschl, Dr. C. Martin – AVL List GmbH, Austria
|15:15||Challenges for the Gasoline Exhaust Aftertreatment System beyond EU6 legislation
D. Thier, J. Goja, Y. Ito, F. Gaermer dit Richter, D. Waters, Dr. F. Striebel, C. D. Vogt – NGK EUROPE GmbH; K. Kato, F. Yoshioka, T. Shimoda, T. Aoki, M. Yamashita – NGK INSULATORS Ltd., Japan
|15:45||Exhaust-gas treatment of natural gas engines
Prof. O. Deutschmann, Dr. P. Lott – Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
|Session 4: Future Emission Concepts II, Chairman: M. Grubmüller – AVL List GmbH|
|16:45||Numerical Design of a Pre-Turbo SCR Exhaust Aftertreatment System
D. Knaf – BIN Boysen Innovationszentrum Nagold GmbH & Co. KG; J. Hipp, Prof. C. Beidl – Darmstadt
University of Technology
|17:15||Innovative SCR Systems for upcoming commercial vehicle emission requirements
Prof. J. Hammer – Robert Bosch GmbH
|17:45||CatVap® - Exhaust aftertreatment systems of the future require efficient heating measures, results
R. Szolak, P. Beutel – Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE; B. Danckert – ICCL - Integrated Consulting Company Ltd.
|18:30||Welcome Cocktail followed by Dinner|
CONFERENCE PROGRAM - WEDNESDAY, 4th OF MARCH 2020
|Session 5: Test Equipment for RDE Applications, Chairman: Dr. D. Florian – AVL List GmbH|
|08:30||Influence of renewable fuels on specific real world driving car emissions (RDE)
M. Kortschack, A. Singer, Dr. O. Schröder, Prof. M. Jakob – Coburg University Technology Transfer Center for Automotive Technology; Prof. J. Krahl – University of Applied Sciences Ostwestfalen-Lippe
|09:00||PEMS Performance Standard – Status and Implication for Emission Measurement Instrumentation
Prof. A. Bergmann – Institute of Electronic Sensor Systems, Austria
|09:30||Emission reduction of a hybridized heavy-duty truck through SCR temperature management
N. Hummel, M. Thiem, Prof. C. Beidl – Darmstadt University of Technology
|Session 6: Future Measuring Concepts, Chairman: Dr. H. Beck – MAN Truck & Bus SE|
|10:30||On-road remote sensing for monitoring of vehicle emissions
Dr. J. Borken-Kleefeld – International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Austria
|11:00||Overview of the H2020 sub-23nm PN Measurement Research Programmes
J. Andersson – Ricardo Automotive & Industrial, United Kingdom
|11:30||Monitoring of a Particulate Filter for Gasoline Direct Injection Engines with a High-Frequency-Antenna
P. Schwanzer, J.Mieslinger – Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg; M. Dietrich, G. Haft – CPT Group GmbH; M. Gaderer – TUM Campus for Biotechnology and Sustainability; S. Walter, G. Hagen, R. Moos – University of Bayreuth
|Session 7: Fuels, Chairman: Prof. J. Krahl – University of Applied Sciences Ostwestfalen-Lippe|
|13:00||How to choose the right energy carrier for sustainable mobility?
S. Dörr – Lubtrading GmbH, Luxembourg; Prof. Th. Schulte – University of Applied Sciences Ostwestfalen-Lippe
|13:30||Ultra-low emissions with OME at the CI engine – Implementation and potential for reduction of the immission level
T. Steinhaus, A. Mokros, M. Thiem, M. Münz, Prof. C. Beidl - Darmstadt University of Technology
|14:00||"ElectroFuels"- Organic electrosynthesis as a strategy for the production of regenerative fuels?
M. Guschakowski, Prof. U. Schröder, Dr. W. Sauter – University of Braunschweig – Institute of Technology
|Session 8: Well-to-Wheel, Chairman: Dr. S. Schmerbeck – Volkswagen AG|
|15:00||Real driving emissions of commercial vehicles in the spectrum of a holistic ecological assessment against the “EU Clean Vehicles Directive“ in the bus sector
Prof. R. Pütz – Landshut University of Applied Sciences / BELICON
|15:30||Carbon footprint of different powertrains
Dr. M. Schüler, Dr. G. Bäuml – Volkswagen AG
|16:00||Options to meet the future EU CO2 reduction targets for medium duty vehicle
Dr. K. Wilbrand, Dr. Chr. Balzer, Dr. A. Kolbeck – Shell Global Solutions (Deutschland) GmbH
R. Jeutter – AVL Deutschland GmbH
|16:45||End of Forum|