You missed the CTI SYMPOSIUM in Germany? Then take a look at the exciting podium discussion.
- Which energy source will power tomorrow‘s mobility?
- What are its implications for the drivetrain?
Moderator: Ulrich Walter
for BSc, MSc Graduates and PhD Students of Automotive, Mechanical, E/E, Mechatronical and Mobility Engineering
The annual CTI Young Drive Experts Award aims to encourage young engineers to continue their outstanding work in the fields of drive technology development and mobility engineering.
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