Programme 2017

Introductory DaySymposium day oneSymposium day two

25 September 2017

BASICS AND PRACTICE OF AUTOMOTIVE TRANSMISSIONS, HYBRID & ELECTRIC DRIVES

Institut-of-Automotive

Schedule: 9.00 a. m. – 5.00 p. m.

Objective
Newcomers and beginners will get an overview of the basics of conventional, hybrid and electric drives during the Introductory Day. Based on road resistances and the characteristics of modern propulsion systems, the need for transmissions as torque and speed converting units will become obvious. In the session ‘design layouts’, different transmission concepts will be discussed. The last session will be focusing on drive train management and the resulting challenges regarding drivability and efficiency.

About the instructors
The Introductory Day will be held by the Institute of Automotive Engineering (IAE), Technical University Braunschweig, Germany. The IAE under the direction of Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay has excellent experience in all relevant areas of automotive research and development. It is the leading institute in Germany for automotive transmission development and research. With its close contact to the automotive and supplier industry, technical service providers, inspection authorities and public research institutions as well as national and international interdisciplinary working methods, it is highly experienced in solving complex problems and ensuring up-to-date seminars. The IAE holds this Introductory Day regularly also as an integral part of the European CTI Symposium Berlin (Germany).

Content

Automotive drive concepts

  • Drive characteristics and driving resistances, basics of longitudinal dynamics
  • Background and function of starting devices, transmissions, hybrid and electric drives
  • Design and function of
    • conventional drive concepts
    • serial, parallel and power-split hybrid drives
    • electric drives
  • Market and development trends

Design layouts

  • Starting devices – clutch, dual-mass flywheel, torque converter
  • Transmission concepts (1):
    • Manual transmission (MT) – Two and multiple-shaft transmission for front-wheel and standard drive

Design layouts and drive train management

  • Transmission concepts (2):
    • Automated manual transmission (AMT) – “add on” and integrated solutions
    • Dual-clutch transmission (DCT): in production application, introduced prototypes
    • Automatic transmission (AT): different gear set arrangements, examples of application
    • Continuously variable transmission (CVT): layout, chains and belts, driveability
    • Dedicated hybrid transmission (DHT): principles, applications and new concepts
  • All-wheel drives

Drive train management

  • Drive train management and operating strategy
  • Control – shifting characteristics, applications
  • Interfaces – engine, body, chassis
5.00 p. m. – 7.00 p. m.

PRE-CHECK-IN FOR MAIN DAYS
Get your conference documents and avoid waiting lines on the next day

Main event: 26 September 2017

 PLENARY SPEECHES 
8.00

Reception and hand out of the conference documents
Opening of the Transmission Expo

8.30 – 8.45

Welcome address by the Chairman of the CTI Symposium

Prof. Dr Ferit KüçükayProf. Dr Ferit Küçükay
Managing Director, Institute of Automotive Engineering
Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

Institut-of-Automotive

8.50 – 9.10

Roadmap of Geely G-Blue strategy

Zhengnan HUZhengnan HU
President
GEELY Automobile Research Institute, China

geely

9.10 – 9.30

First 7-Speed DCT developed and produced in China

Lipeng ZHENGLipeng ZHENG
Vice President and Project Director
Great Wall Motor Transmission Research Institute, China

wey-great_wall

9.30 – 9.50 Market needs for fuel-saving transmissions and hybrid technologies to cope with future regulations

Dr Harald MassmannDr Harald Massmann
Head of Region Asia-Pacific, Powertrain Technology
ZF (China) Investment Co. Ltd, China

zf

9.50 – 10.10

Q & A

10.10 – 11.00

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo

11.00 – 12.00

 PANEL DISCUSSION 

Transmission and drive systems developed and produced in China

MODERATOR:
Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay, Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

PANELISTS:
Zhengnan HU, President, Geely Automobile Research Institute, China
Lipeng ZHENG, Vice President and Project Director, Great Wall Motor Transmission Research Institute, China
Dr Harald Massman, Head of Region Asia-Pacific, Powertrain Technology, ZF (China) Investment Co., Ltd, China
Michael Schöffmann, Head of Transmission Development, Audi AG, Germany

Parallel Sessions

Dedicated Hybrid Transmission (DHT)
13.30 – 13.55

Dedicated hybrid CVT

  • CVT hybrids based on a modular system
  • Mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid for front-transverse applications
  • Detailed overall powertrain modeling
  • Evaluation of vehicle performance and fuel efficiency, and comparison with wet double-clutch transmissions

Zhe ZHANG, Product Line Director, Schaeffler Trading (Shanghai) Co. Ltd, China

14.00 – 14.25

Modular low-cost powertrain platform for HEV and EV

  • Cost-optimal mass electrification, HEV (48 V) and EV powertrain platform
  • Minimal concept with maximum of efficiency and flexibility
  • Systematical design of powertrain platforms by innovative methods, powertrain synthesis

Erik Schneider, Director Business Development, IAV GmbH, Germany

14.30 – 14.55

AVL DynoShift II – low-cost modular powershifted transmission for complete electrification range

  • One transmission for applications from 12V to PHEV
  • Hysteresis motor-brake for robust launch
  • Powershifting with single dry clutch
  • Torque-filled engine start from zero vehicle speed

Vitaly Davydov, Design Engineer Transmission, AVL List GmbH, Austria

15.00 – 15.45

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo

15.45 – 16.10

Cost efficient powertrain for plug-in hybrid electric vehicle

  • Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle (PHEV) powertrain state of the art
  • Low cost PHEV approach
  • Powertrain design, cost analysis and evaluation

Bo BAO, Advanced Electronics and Electrical Engineer, Continental Automotive Holding, China

16.15 – 16.40

High-performance dedicated hybrid transmission for future plug-in hybrid drives

  • Dedicated Hybrid Transmission (DHT)
  • Systematic development toolchain
  • Highly integrated electric motor

Erik Schneider, Director Business Development, IAV GmbH, Germany

16.45 – 17.10

AVL’s future hybrid X-Mode, a modular transmission family concept

  • Compact, power shiftable and modular DHT transmission family
  • Modular DHT transmission for all levels of electrification
  • Transmission family for cost reduction and high flexibility
  • Modular transmission for great variety on one assembly line

Ivan Andrasec, Senior Design Engineer,
Bernd Jeitler, Lead Engineer, Manager Production & Cost Engineering/Industry 4.0, AVL List GmbH, Austria

17.15 – 17.40

Analysis, design and implementation of MAGSPLIT® a novel dedicated hybrid transmission

  • MAGSPLIT – a dedicated hybrid transmission
  • Drivetrain dimensioning with consideration of fuel consumption targets, modularity, cross-platform compatibility and cost
  • Design and analysis of the hybrid system
  • Benefits of MAGSPLIT

Dr Stuart Calverley, Chief Engineer, Magnomatics Limited, UK

17.40

End of day one

17.40 – 18.30

Reception in the Transmission Expo

Conventional Transmission
and Drive System Concepts
13.30 – 13.55

The first application of small torque wet DCT in the world

  • Dongfeng DCT project introduction
  • DCT matching main program
  • DCT desktop calibration research
  • DCT matching optimization

Dr Jun YAN, Transmission Design Chief Engineer, Dongfeng Motor Corporation Technology Center, China

14.00 – 14.25

MX65 – a new small modular manual transmission with best-in-class torque density

  • Market drivers for a new modular transmission concept
  • Modular architecture for different engine use cases
  • Attribute scalability for market-specific requirements

Dr Christof Schulte, Senior Engineering Manager S M/T, Magna Powertrain, Germany

14.30 – 14.55

The new 5/6-speed manual transmission development and production for SAIC-GM
Quanren WANG, Senior Architecture Design Manager of Transmission, PATAC of SAIC-GM, China

15.00 – 15.45

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo

15.45 – 16.10

Changan shift by wire system for DCT applications
Saboor Mughal,
Technical Specialist Control Systems Design, Changan UK R&D Centre Ltd, UK

16.15 – 16.40

CO2 potentials of DCTs – competition benchmark and technology outlook

  • How new driving cycles affect transmission efficiency
  • Concept comparison CVT vs. DCT in small vehicles
  • Further efficiency optimization potentials for DCTs

Ulrich Frey, Specialist Fuel Economy, Efficiency & Performance, GETRAG International, Magna Powertrain, Germany

16.45 – 17.10

Fuel economy contribution analysis of FR
4WD system with active transfer case

  • Fuel economy contribution teardown analysis of FR 4WD system
  • Spin loss and efficiency analysis of active transfer case
  • Influence of clutch/wheel slip, front/rear torque ratio on fuel economy

Dr Ilhun RYU, General Manager, Hyundai WIA, South Korea

17.15 – 17.40

Pushbelt CVT integration in 48V system: when fun-to-drive meets reduced CO2 footprint
Rokus van Iperen,
Section Manager Engineering, Bosch Transmission Technology BV, Netherlands

17.40

End of day one

17.40 – 18.30

Reception in the Transmission Expo

Conventional Transmission
and Drive System Components
13.30 – 13.55

The CVT pushbelt reinvented for future compact and efficient powertrains

Hui ZHANG, Generall Manager, Bosch Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd, China

14.00 – 14.25

World’s 1st production selectable one-way clutches for automatic transmissions

  • Design basis for the technology
  • How and where is the device used in the automatic transmission
  • Advantages of selectable one way clutch for customers a and b

Carl Beiser, Technical Business Manager, Means Industries, USA

14.30 – 14.55

Clutch-by-Wire, a technology for upcoming manual transmission systems

  • Motivation for Clutch-by-Wire
  • Requirements for Clutch-by-Wire systems
  • Additional functions for Clutch-by-Wire systems
  • Abstract

Jörg Buhl, Manager Car Powertrain Technology, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

15.00 – 15.45

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo

15.45 – 16.10

The slim synchroniser: save space – gain strength
Ottmar Back,
Senior Vice President& Head of Product Line Synchronizers, Hoerbiger Antriebstechnik Holding GmbH, Germany

16.15 – 16.40

Pendulum dampers for transmissions: Why should we review some preconceived
ideas?

  • Pendulum over-tuning/under-tuning
  • Tautochronic path
  • Clutch friction disk

Jean-Riccel CHAN-HONG, Technical Expert, Valeo Transmissions Nanjing, China

16.45 – 17.10

Clutch development challenge on recent drive train

  • Damper feasibility by NV simulation
  • High performance of dry friction material
  • Good operability clutch

Yasunori DOMAN, General Manager,
Nizamuddin JASMAN, Engineer, EXEDY Corporation, Japan

17.15 – 17.40

Specialty Polymers’ Innovation in Automotive Powertrain
Yu PAN, Sales Develop Manager, Solvay Group – Solvay (Shanghai) Co., Ltd, China

17.40

End of day one

17.40 – 18.30

Reception in the Transmission Expo

Function Development,
Testing, Calibration
13.30 – 13.55

Energy flow analysis for hybrid TGDI gasoline DCT vehicle

  • Energy flow analysis methodology and use
  • Vehicle energy requirement
  • Propulsion efficiency and operating residency
  • Hybrid system and fuel economy potential

Dr Guangyong ZHENG, Powertrain Development Expert, Powertrain R&D Institute, ChangAn Automobile Co. Ltd., China

14.00 – 14.25

Topology and shape optimal integration of a gearbox for electric vehicle aimed at minimising weight

  • Topology optimization
  • Shape optimization
  • Minimizing weight
  • Gearbox
  • Optimum design

Ki Bok LEE, Researcher, Hyundai-Wia, South Korea

14.30 – 14.55

Virtual transmission development in the loop

  • How cooperative simulation can shorten your development time, decrease costs and increase quality

Sven Menold, Expert SW System Design CVT, and Philipp Gläßgen, Project Manager, Bosch Engineering GmbH, Germany

15.00 – 15.45

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo

15.45 – 16.10

Jatco Advanced benchmarking analysis tool J-BAT

  • The importance of benchmarking and target setting for calibration
  • Newly developed advanced automated tool for benchmarking
  • Examples of outstanding functions and benefits obtained by the J-BAT

Zejie ZHAN, Development Engineer, Jatco (Guangzhou) Automatic Transmission Ltd, China

16.15 – 16.40

Continuous process for the validation of transmission controls

  • Quality gates for efficient SW development
  • Metrics based assessment of requirement quality
  • Tailored test strategy

Dr Jan Nowack, Department Manager, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

16.45 – 17.10

Reliability design and experimental development for high-power electric driving wheel gearbox

  • Introduction
  • Reliability optimization design of wheel gearbox
  • Development of fatigue test of wheel gearbox
  • Conclusion

Dr Lei ZHANG, Deputy Chief Engineer, Beijing Institute of Space Launch Technology, China

17.15 – 17.40

Electro-mechanical system NVH simulation and validation for an integrated EV powertrain

  • Electro-mechanical system NVH simulation approach
  • Active NVH testing of an EV powertrain
  • Validation and correlation of NVH analysis method

Dr Leon Rodrigues, HEV Drive Systems Engineer, Romax Technology Ltd.

17.40

End of day one

17.40 – 18.30

Reception in the Transmission Expo

18.30 – 21.30

CTI Networking Night

Main event: 27 September 2017

 PLENARY SPEECHES 
8.00

Reception and opening of the Transmission Expo

8.30 – 8.40

Opening of the day by the Chairman of the CTI Symposium

Prof. Dr Ferit KüçükayProf. Dr Ferit Küçükay

8.40 – 9.00

Modular development for eDrive system

Dr Shemin ZHANG
Director of Powertrain Development,
Dongfeng Motor Technical Center, China

9.00 – 9.20

The advantages and application outlook of turbine-recharging electric vehicle

Pu JINPu JIN
President & CTO
Techrules Automobile R&D Co., Ltd

techrules

9.20 – 9.40

Energy supply for future vehicles and mobility

Michael Schöffmann
Head of Transmission Development
Audi AG, Germany

audi

9.40 – 10.00

Let us listen, think, and execute in China for Chinese automobile

Haruhisa Nakano
Vice President
Jatco (Guangzhou) Automatic Transmission Ltd, China

jatco

10.00 – 10.20

Q&A

10.20 – 11.05

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo

Parallel Sessions

NEV Transmission and Drive System Concepts
11.05 – 11.30

A comprehensive system approach for future powertrain electrification

  • Global customer expectations for electrified powertrains
  • System approach based on a modular component kit
  • Examples for new customer benefits through electrification

Dr Joerg Gindele, Senior Director Core Technologies, GETRAG, Magna Powertrain, Germany

11.35 – 12.00

“PHEVplus” efficiency-enhanced DHT for plug-in hybrid applications

  • MMT adaptable to all classes of plug-in hybrid vehicles
  • CVT with 2 gears for wide and high efficient usage of traction force potential
  • Increase in efficiency through optimization of concept, operation strategy and omitting of generator

Masashi Aikawa, Programme Chief Engineer eDrive Asia, GKN Driveline Japan Ltd., Japan

12.05 – 12.30

Integrated electric transaxle and electric rear drive module for passenger vehicles

  • Integrated electric transaxle and its advantages
  • Integrated electric rear drive module with disconnect
  • FWD application and AWD applications

Ping YU, Chairman & CEO, Powetrain Chief Engineer, Jing-Jin Electric Technologies, China

12.30 – 2.00

Lunch and visit to the Transmission Expo

2.00 – 2.25

A modular approach for high-performance xEV drives systems

  • Concept selection for inverter and electric machine
  • Performance and packaging data
  • Introduction in transmission concept and park system

Dr Felizitas Heilmann, Head R&D, Valeo Siemens e-Automotive, Germany

2.30 – 2.55

Solutions for modular hybridisation of FWD DCTs

  • Challenges of different hybrid architectures
  • Trade-offs modularity, package, functionality
  • Solutions through new architectures

Dr Gereon Hellenbroich, Department Manager, FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

2.55 – 3.40

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo

3.40 – 4.05

HEV P2 module concepts for different transmission architectures

  • P2 hybrid module arrangements
  • P2 clutch design considerations
  • P2 e-motor design considerations

Eckart Gold, Senior Manager, Advanced Engineering, BorgWarner Transmission Systems, Germany;
Scott ZHANG, Engineering Director, BorgWarner,China

4.10 – 4.35

GKN 2-speed transmission technology for hybrid and electric vehicle
Qikai MIAO,
Technical Centre Director, GKN Driveline, China

4.40 – 5.05

Facing future – eDCT hybrid dual clutch transmission

  • eDCT hybrid dual clutch transmission development
  • eDCT hybrid dual clutch Transmission technical introduction
  • A new type of hybrid dual clutch transmission

Xiang XUE, Technical Director/Project Director, JF PowerTronic Technology Co., Ltd, China

5.05 – 5.15

Change to plenum

NEV Transmission and Drive System Components
11.05 – 11.30

A modular upgrade path for hybridized manual transmissions
Dr Frank Casimir,
Director, Product Segment Manual Transmissions GETRAG Ford Transmissions GmbH, Magna Powertrain, Germany
Du

11.35 – 12.00

The new “Variable Spring Absorber” – an innovative torsion damping system for future powertrains

  • New, innovative, active torsional vibrational absorber
  • Supports down speeding, downsizing and cylinder deactivation
  • Excellent isolation performance
  • Driveline simulations verified with component tests

Alexander Moser, Supervisor Advanced Engineering, BorgWarner, Germany

12.05 – 12.30

Dual wet clutches for hybrid powertrains, challenges for packaging and fuel efficiency optimization

  • Hybrid architectures general introduction
  • Dual Wet Clutches architectures and impact on fuel efficiency
  • P2 Hybrid Dual Clutches modules architectures
  • Packaging, fuel efficiency and modularity challenges

Xuejun YING, R&D Director, TC&DCT, Valeo Automotive Transmissions Systems (Nanjiang), China

12.30 – 2.00

Lunch and visit to the Transmission Expo

2.00 – 2.25

48V – How it meets customer needs

  • Evaluation of 48V powertrain topologies
  • Impact of architectures on functionalities and vehicle attributes
  • Integration solutions and challenges

Thomas Pels, Head of Hybrid and Electric Powertrain Systems, AVL Schrick GmbH, Germany

2.30 – 2.55

Mild hybrid transmission: the next step from stop & start to full hybrid solutions
Dr Oliver Nass,
Group Sales & Marekting Director, Punch Powerglide, Belgium

2.55 – 3.40

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo

3.40 – 4.05

Integrated electric drive system based on high speed switched reluctance motor

  • Fully integrated electric powertrain, including e-motor, gearbox, power electronics and controller
  • High speed switched reluctance motor technology (SR Motor)
  • Optimized design in eliminating torque ripple and improving NVH

Dr Yu YANG, Business Development Partner, Punch Powertrain NV, Belgium

4.10 – 4.35

Advanced insulation systems for costeffective high-power density e-motors

  • Thinner film – greater power density, without compromising on reliability and cost
  • Up to 60% thinner slot liners enable 5% increased copper content/fill factor
  • More than 10% torque output increase or $20 cost reduction per motor

James Bonnett, Market Technology Manager, Victrex plc, UK

4.40 – 5.05

Efficiency improvement by latching clutches in different drive trains

  • Mechanical latching mechanism in clutch systems
  • Energy saving potentials in different drive trains
  • Improved transmission concepts by new functionalities

Alexander Moser, Supervisor Advanced Engineering, BorgWarner, Germany

5.05 – 5.15

Change to plenum

Transmission & Drive System Market, Development Requirements
11.05 – 11.30

Implementation of new energy vehicle and related policy in Shanghai

  • The application of new energy vehicle in Shanghai
  • The implementation and achievement of new energy vehicle policy in Shanghai
  • Energy saving & emission reduction estimation
  • Suggestions

Zhengyu SUN, Researcher, Shanghai Academy of Development & Reform, China

11.35 – 12.00

Study on the correlation between automatic transmission and vehicle fuel consumption

  • China fuel consumption regulation overview
  • China transmission market forecast
  • How to adjust AT strategy under increasingly strict fuel consumption regulation
  • i. Fuel consumption performance by different AT technology
  • ii. Automatic transmission dedicated for hybrid vehicle
  • iii. Impact of promotion of EV/PHEV on automatic transmission market

Fangqing HUANG, Director APAC, Light Vehicle Powertrain Forecast, IHS Automotive, China

12.05 – 12.30

Industry development and application of electric logistics vehicles in China

  • Overview of industry and application
  • Policy and business model analysis
  • Barriers and suggestions

Xiaoyuan WU, Associate Professor, Tongji University, China

12.30 – 2.00

Lunch and visit to the Transmission Expo

2.00 – 2.25

Industrialization of transmissions

  • Principal challenges
  • Systematic approach
  • Integration with product development
  • Support and time to market

Dietmar von Polenz, Interim Manager and Consultant, Interim [4]Automotive, Germany

2.30 – 2.55

High efficiency drive unit platform for electric vehicle

Dr Szabolcs Péteri, Technical Manager, Hofer Powertrain, Germany

2.55 – 3.40

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo

3.40 – 4.05

Market structure and development prospect of new energy vehicles in China

  • The composition and evolution of vehicle dynamic form
  • The vehicle’s brand and model composition and change
  • Commercial vehicle market development and change

Liangyu CHEN, Partner, Shanghai Timer Auto Consulting Co., China

4.10 – 4.35

Comprehensive E-Mobility – what is feasible and what makes sense?

  • Scenarios for future personal mobility
  • Evaluation of ecological, technical and economic feasibility
  • Future penetration of ICE, (P)HEV, BEV

Dr Karsten Wasiluk, Assistant Director Automotive Transport, Schlegel und Partner, Germany

4.40 – 5.05

Low voltage hybridisation: How to lower costs, enhance CO2 benefits
and transmission impacts

  • Low voltage board net
  • Hybridization functions and electric boosting assisted
  • Energy optimization and transmission impacts

Julien Sabrie, Asia System Engineering Director, Valeo Powertrain Business Group, China

5.05 – 5.15

Change to plenum

Actuator, Sensor and Control Units in Drive System
11.05 – 11.30

The “smart actuator platform” as a modular system for energy efficient and dynamic actuators and pumps

  • Applications of actuators and requirements
  • Control strategy
  • Electronics
  • Housing
  • Electric motor
  • Summary and conclusion

Zhipeng WANG, Head of Engineering China, Continental AG, China

11.35 – 12.00

Trends in transmission speed sensors and their performance

  • Challenges transmission systems are facing
  • High performance and accuracy sensors to tackle with the challenges
  • Future requirements and technologies

Henry ZHANG, Marketing Manager, Infineon Technologies China Co, Ltd, China

12.05 – 12.30

Lightweight design in transmission by use of high-performance polymers, shown at the example of electrohydraulic and electromechanical park lock actuators

  • Requirement and design methodology
  • Design and choice of material
  • Field of application

Christa TANG, Head of R&D, FTE Automobile (Taicang) Co., Ltd, China

12.30 – 2.00

Lunch and visit to the Transmission Expo

2.00 – 2.25

Standards and flexibility – domain specific languages as tools for better transmission
solenoid tests

  • Component testing with domain specific language (DSL)
  • DSLs as living rules for test execution and analysis
  • Test bench software concepts and strategies

Dr Jens Möhring, Manager Automation & Electronics, Hilite Germany GmbH, Germany

2.30 – 2.55

Condition monitoring and real time control of transmission and drive systems

  • Pure torque sensing for engine and transmission management
  • Real time electronic transfer case management
  • Active torque management of IC and electric driven axles
  • Torque assist to enhance automated gear shifting

Johannes Giessibl, Senior Magnetoelastic Project Manager, Methode Electronics International GmbH, Germany

2.55 – 3.40

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo

3.40 – 4.05

ASPICE – A feature based approach

  • High reuse potential of the basic software
  • Feature-based software requirements engineering
  • Feature-based UML method for software design

Christof Schroll, Senior Manager, United Automotive Electronic Systems, China

4.10 – 4.35

Actuation synthesis for new hybrid transmission application (DHT)

  • Systematic synthesis of actuators
  • Application optimal actuator systems
  • Linked with 1D shift calculation

Kai Gläser, Team Manager Gear Set Layout & Computation, IAV GmbH, Germany

4.40 – 5.05

Simulation methods applied to a drive-up-bucking problem
Johannes Krebs,
Simulation Engineer, Hilite Germany GmbH, Germany

5.05 – 5.15

Change to plenum

5.15

Summary of the Symposium
Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay