Main Programme 2022

TOPICS AND FORMATS AT A GLANCE

6 DECEMBER 2022

6 DECEMBER 202207:00

Check-in and opening of the exhibition

Plenary speeches

6 DECEMBER 202208:45

Toyota’s approach towards carbon neutrality

  • Electrified platforms (BEV, FCEV, HEV, PHEV, …)
  • Electrified drivetrains and electrification components
  • Multipath roadmap
PLENARY SPEECHES
6 DECEMBER 202209:10

Semiconductor is a key for the future smart and green mobility

  • Managing the fast ramp-up for green mobility
  • New car electric electronic architecture
  • Dependable electronic challenges
  • Semiconductor innovations
PLENARY SPEECHES
6 DECEMBER 202209:35

GEELY's strategy and practice in powertrain electrification.

  • China Auto Market (change in the last 3 years)
  • Technology Trends in China (BEV, PHEV, HEV, my report will mainly focus on hybrid solutions)
  • GEELY Powertrain Strategy and Practice (GHS2.0 technology advantages and market performance)
PLENARY SPEECHES
6 DECEMBER 202210:00

Joint Q&A with the plenary speakers

6 DECEMBER 202210:15

Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo

6 DECEMBER 202211:00EXPERT DISCUSSION

The right technology mix until 2035 and beyond

Moderator

Panelists
Further Information will follow soon.

6 DECEMBER 202211:45 - 01:15

Lunch break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo

6 DECEMBER 202212:45

Presentations during lunch break

Session A:
Tremec gen1 EDU: double the power!
  • 500+ kW rear EDU with torque vectoring
  • Packaging two motors in the space of one
  • Latest inverter and motor technology developed for series production
  • Tremec’s real-time integrated development environment accelerates the development

Jannick De Landtsheere, Chief Engineer Advanced Products, Tremec, Belgium

Session D:
Novel multi-functional clutch technology for EV drivetrain disconnects

John Jennings, Director of EV Drivetrain Systems, Amsted Automotive, USA

Session E:
New pathways for EV fluids

Hakim El-Bahi, R. & D. Manager, TotalEnergies OneTech, France

Session F:
From electric motor to full vehicle NVH – A vibro-acoustic study comparing structure-borne & airborne noise

Speaker tbc, Hexagon

6 DECEMBER 202201:15

TECHNICAL SESSIONS

  • E-Drives
    01:15
    High-performance, efficient and sustainable electric propulsion system development: the Polestar way
    • Propulsion system design and optimisation
    • Sustainability aspects of propulsion system design
    • Application of genetic algorithm in design optimisation
    • Electrical machine design and optimisation for BEVs

    Dr Nategh Shafigh, Senior Principal Engineer, Polestar Performance AB, Sweden

    01:45
    Development of electric powertrain and battery for new BEV
    • High efficiency and good NVH performance
    • Compact powertrain
    • Good battery chargeability

    Kenichiro Gunji, Senior Chief Powertrain Engineer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Japan

    02:15
    EMR4 e-axle

    Speaker tbc, Vitesco

    02:45
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:30
    Secondary e-drives – a system comparison of ASM and PSM solutions
    • Secondary e-drives – New requirements for electrified vehicles
    • Detailed characteristics comparison of a solution with ASM and an e-drive with PSM and decoupling unit
    • Assessment and matching with vehicle requirements on a system level

    Daniel Lindvai-Soons, Senior Manager, Product Management, Magna Powertrain, Austria

    04:00
    Modular EDU family – combining efficiency and flexibility
    • Modular family of electric drive units
    • High efficiency electric drive unit for BEV
    • Modular approach of electric machine power differentiation
    • Novel approach to modular inverter development

    Dr Hakan Sandquist, Director Propulsion Hardware and System, InfiMotion Technology Europe AB, Sweden

    04:30
    Change to Plenum
  • E-Motors & Power Electronics
    01:15
    New concept of switching cell for 800V SiC inverter in e-axle application
    • Fast demand for SiC and 800V in high voltage systems for EV
    • Highly competitive and scalable concept for inverters
    • New concept of switching cell for the next generation of 800V SiC inverter
    • New inverter generation as part of the next 800V e-axle

    Philippe Hamon, Valeo Powertrain Electrified Mobility R&D and Product Marketing Director, Valeo eAutomotive, Germany

    01:45
    Trends in e-motor technology

    Holger Oechslen, Head of System Development, MAHLE International GmbH, Germany

    02:15
    Highly efficient and lightweight electric motors for mobile applications
    • New wave winding offers extreme high packaging density
    • New wave winding for economic large-volume production
    • New wave winding shifts limits of mobility

    Prof. Dr Roland Kasper, Chair of Mechatronics (em), Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg, Germany

    02:45
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:30
    High thermally conductive core slot architecture for electric motors that dramatically decreases the temperature
    • Dramatic temperature decrease within stators of electric motors
    • Improved heat dissipation in stators of electric motors
    • Direct insulation of a stator slot using a resin socketing

    Dr Kazuhiro Ikeda, General Manager, Sumitomo Electric Automotive, Europe Ltd., Germany

    04:00
    Infinitum electric’s new air-core, axial-flux EV platform
    • Introduction of, and applications suited for, Infinitum electric’s traction motor
    • Prototyping and production process and advantages
    • Infinitum electric’s traction motor overview and results

    Bhavnesh Patel, Vice President, Infinitum Electric, USA

    04:30
    Change to Plenum
  • Market, Strategy and Supply Chain
    01:15
    Electromobility in Germany: status quo, goals and challenges

    Oliver Hoch, Head of Division Battery Electric Mobility and Charging Infrastructure, Now GmbH, Germany

    01:45
    E-fuels: indirect electrification of the transport sector
    • Chances and obstacles for different e-fuels
    • Energy transition
    • Electrification
    • Latest results with functional e-fuels from engine testing

    Dr Martin Härtl, Chief Engineer, Technical University of Munich, Germany

    02:15
    Life cycle assessment – Path to eco-social transmissions
    • Current and future requirements for CO2 emission assessment and social due diligence
    • Magna’s activities to introduce a life-cycle assessment for all its products
    • Specific implementation of the concept using the example of selected Magna products

    Volker Ludwig, Director Environmental Health Safety & Sustainability, Magna Powertrain, Germany

    02:45
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:30
    Technology and supply chain trends for driveline components of hybrid and full electric vehicles
    • Exploring the global trends for motor technology on hybrid vehicles based on PX definition
    • Global trends for cooling / thermal management of these electric motors
    • Driveline technology trends such as torque vectoring on these hybrid vehicles

    Michael Southcott, Associate Manager, S&P Global Mobility, UK

    04:00
    The ‘invasion’ of consumer electronics players: new OEMs’ strategies and the impacts on the powertrain supply chain
    • Detailed examination of the strategies of OEMs from consumer electronics
    • Impacts on the e-axle and potential integration of other systems/controllers
    • Future mode in BEV: Enclosed chassis and contract manufacturing
    • Access to semiconductor supply chain is a success factor for BEV

    Dr Yu Yang, Senior Technology and Market Analyst, Yole Développement, France

    04:30
    Change to Plenum
  • Shift Elements & Sensors
    01:15
    Tribology and friction materials for multiple e-axle architectures
    • E-axle architectures
    • E-fluides
    • Tribological technology overview

    Christoph Hagauer, Engineering Manager E-Powertrain, Miba Friction Divison, Austria

    01:45
    Virtual dog clutch development for optimal xEV driveability
    • Optimising a dog clutch design synchronously with control calibration
    • Validated simulation method for dog clutch activated system’s design and control

    Dr Felix Matthies, Team Manager, IAV GmbH, Germany

    02:15
    Torque oscillations in automotive wet clutch: modelisation and governing parameters identification

    Dr Alexandre Renault, Simulation Engineer/Valeo Expert, Valeo Embrayages, France

    02:45
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:30
    Magnetic speed sensor revolution based on novel sensing technology
    • Introduction of a new magnetic sensor technology
    • Comparison on different magnetic sensor technologies in transmission applcations
    • Flexible module design

    Dr Simon Hainz, Application Engineer, Infineon Technologies Austria AG, Austria

    04:00
    High resolution electric machine rotor position sensor improving electric vehicle performance
    • Replacing current resolver technology
    • Application in hybrid and battery electric vehicle
    • Application in passenger car and on-road/off-road commercial vehicle

    Ulrich Marl, Key Account Manager, Lenord, Bauer & Co. GmbH, Germany

    04:30
    Change to Plenum
  • Thermal Management & Fluids
    01:15
    Direct e-motor cooling through hollow conductors - a breakthrough for power density and efficiency
    • Double continuous e-motor power and torque
    • Load dependent cooling and efficiency optimisation
    • No cooling jacket required
    • Integrated thermal management

    Jörg Trommer, Head of Automotive, dynamic E flow GmbH, Germany

    01:45
    Thermal integration of high speed traction machines in EDUs
    • Oil cooling
    • Electric traction machine
    • High speed e-motor
    • Performance

    Christian Monissen, Research Associate, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

    02:15
    EV thermal fluids for immersion cooling enabling ultra-fast charging and extending battery life
    • Thermal management strategies for battery packs
    • Durability and safety of immersion cooled battery packs
    • Castrol ON thermal management fluids for electric vehicles

    Rocco Potenza, Expert Technologist, BP/Castrol, UK

    02:45
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:30
    Advancing EV fluid and improving energy efficiency using next-gen base stocks
    • Lubricant and base oil
    • EV and e-modules
    • Thermal management
    • Energy efficiency

    Dr Babak Lotfi, Global Application Development, ExxonMobil, USA

    04:00
    New development methodologies for next generation EV fluid for fully integrated electric drive unit
    • History of development of new generation fluids for EDU
    • High efficiency and gear protection taylor made fluids
    • Improved thermal management for E-motor cooling

    Samanta Valsania, OEM Technical Liaison Manager, Petronas Lubrication International, Italy

    04:30
    Change to Plenum
  • Development Methods, Tools & Testing
    01:15
    Oil jet cooling for electric drive systems: validation of virtual design and analysis methodology
    • Combined lumped-parameter and CFD analysis methodology
    • Test environment for electric drive system thermal testing
    • Validation of analysis methodology based on thermal testing

    Steven Vanhee, Senior Thermal System Engineer, Dana Incorporated, Belgium

    01:45
    Automated engineering approach for electric powertrain design
    • Reduction of development time based on automated engineering
    • Novel development processes based on component DANN
    • Use-case: hairpin windings in electric traction motors
    • Vision of fully automated design processes for electric drives

    Dr Andreas Viehmann, Head of Competence Center Drive and Storage Technologies, EDAG Group, Germany

    02:15
    Next level of high-speed drive testing - challenges and their solutions by new concepts
    • Testing of most powerful e-drives and e-axles
    • Modular test rigs and retrofit of existing facilities
    • Intelligent integration of measurement systems

    Dr Albert J. Wimmer, CEO, Isar Getriebetechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

    02:45
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:30
    New method to calculate gear dynamics in electrical powertrain
    • Gear whining
    • Non linear dynamics
    • Electrical transmission

    Dr Herve Mahe, NVH Master Expert, Valeo Embrayages, France

    04:00
    E-mobility and the new challenges of NVH-testing
    • Performance and new requirements on NVH test benches
    • NVH testing of EDUs and their components
    • New special measurement systems and high frequency analysis
    • Future trends of NVH and EMC testing

    Dr Joschi Sucker, Head of NVH Testing and Technology, ATESTEO GmbH & Co. KG, Germany

    04:30
    Change to Plenum
Technical Sessions Day 1

Plenary speeches

6 DECEMBER 202204:45

Circular economy and future innovations of batteries

PLENARY SPEECHES
6 DECEMBER 202205:15

Hydrogen is the future

  • How Nikola relies on hydrogen
  • Start up
PLENARY SPEECHES
6 DECEMBER 202207:00

CTI Networking Night

7 DECEMBER 2022

7 DECEMBER 202207:30

Check-in and opening of the exhibition

Plenary speeches

7 DECEMBER 202208:45

The transformation of the automotive industry towards zero emission and the impact on the value chain

  • Outlook of the global production volume until 2027 ff
  • Major drivers of the transformation of the automotive industry
  • Impact on the value chain
  • Impact on the main components “winners and loosers”
  • Need for action
PLENARY SPEECHES
7 DECEMBER 202209:10

TotalEnergies committed to foster the transport energy revolution

  • Contribution to carbon neutrality by 2050
  • Environmental footprint reduction
  • New energies for mobility
  • EV charging infrastructure development
  • Low carbon and multi-energies solutions
PLENARY SPEECHES
7 DECEMBER 202209:35

Joint Q&A

7 DECEMBER 202209:45

Short break

7 DECEMBER 202210:00

cellcentric fuel cell engine for heavy-duty long-haul applications

  • Cellcentric company set-up
  • Technology requirements
  • Heavy-duty fuel cell engines for trucks
  • Manufacturing
PLENARY SPEECHES
7 DECEMBER 202210:25

MAN on the road to CO2-free mobility

  • How far have we come
  • What needs to be solved
  • What we need for the big change – Insights into brand new technology and the way forward
PLENARY SPEECHES
7 DECEMBER 202210:50

Joint Q&A

7 DECEMBER 202211:00

Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo

7 DECEMBER 202211:45EXPERT DISCUSSION

The interaction between drivetrain technology and social responsibility in the supply chain

Moderator

Panelists
Further Information will follow soon.

7 DECEMBER 202212:30 - 02:00

Lunch break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo

7 DECEMBER 202201:30

Presentations during lunch break

Session J:
The future of caravanning
  • Towing a caravan from an electric vehicle (EV)
  • Extending an EV´s powertrain range when towing a caravan
  • Range loss and customer anxiety when caravanning from an EV

Dean Wiltshire, Founder / LLC Manager, Colorado Teardrop Trailers LLC, USA

7 DECEMBER 202202:00

TECHNICAL SESSIONS

  • HEV Drives & Transmissions
    02:00
    Mercedes-AMG ePerformance – the high performance all wheel drive hybrid
    • P3 electric drive unit
    • All wheel drive hybrid
    • AMG ePerformance

    Dr Kuno Fronius, Senior Manager for e-axle, Drive Train & NVH, Mercedes-AMG GmbH, Germany

    02:30
    The new Magna mild-hybrid transmission for the Stellantis e-hybrid models
    • New 48V hybrid transmission for the Jeep Renegade and Jeep Compass
    • Installation-length-neutral solution for cost-effective, scalable hybridisation
    • All state-of-the-art mild hybrid driving modes, plus low-speed electric driving

    Dr Jörg Gindele, Senior Director Engineering, Transmission Systems, Magna Powertrain, Germany, and Gianpiero Saroglia, Technical Director Transmission Engineering, Stellantis, Italy

    03:00
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:45
    Development of electric powertrain for CR-V hybrid
    • Evolution 2-motor hybrid system
    • Evolution each components, engine, drive unit, intelligent power unit
    • Evolution of control technology based on hardware characteristics

    Nobuaki Ito, Assistant Chief Engineer, Honda Motor Co., Ltd., Japan

    04:15
    Drives in transformation – the era of e-mobility
    • Technical configuration definition and comparison of technical solutions
    • Two solutions for PHEV market: 2-speed DHT and REX
    • How the 2DHT fulfils the market demand in terms of performance, economy and hybrid functionality
    • How REX system applied into X in 1 system

    Joachim Trumpff, General Manager, GETEC Getriebe Technik GmbH, Germany

  • E-Drives
    02:00
    From segment cars to performance cars and LCVs, power of component kits
    • Scalable and modular e-axle design
    • Robust system integration through internal R&D capability
    • Power of digital twin in system design

    Rahul Plavullathil, Head of e-axle Mechatronics Department, Marelli Europe S.p.A., Italy

    02:30
    Next gen EDU pushing for increased overall efficiency in HV applications
    • Efficiency increase of 800V electric motors with the help of innovative form-strand winding and insulation systems
    • 3-level inverter as an answer to new power density requirements of power electronics
    • Optional 4 in 1 system achieved by integrating an HV booster into the e-drives

    PhD Lukasz Roslaniec, Department Leader Power Electronics, hofer powertrain, Germany

    03:00
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:45
    Increasing e-drive sustainablility by high-speed motor technology
    • E-axle, consisting of inverter, e-motor, transmission
    • Torque vectoring in vehicle
    • Materials and composition used in e-motors
    • Efficiency and performance  improved by direct oil cooling, using 800V traction board net

    Mathias Deiml, Center Leader E-Drive, AVL Software and Functions GmbH, Germany

    04:15
    Experimental results on the mechanical efficiency of the high-speed powertrain Speed4E
    • Potential of water-containing gear fluids at high speeds
    • Power loss measurements at high speeds up to 50,000 rpm
    • Measures to improve the mechanical efficiency of high-speed powertrains

    Bernd Morhard, Research Associate, Technical University of Munich, Germany

     

  • Commercial Vehicle Drives
    02:00
    Towards a common test method for corrosion in e-motors
    • E-mobility
    • Lubricants
    • Corrosion
    • EP-additives

    Pär Nyman, Technical Manager, Scania CV AB, Sweden

    02:30
    Multi-speed electric drive axle for commercial vehicles
    • Compact, package-optimised 3-speed gear set concept
    • Universal vehicle integration with modular interfaces
    • Efficient, on-demand electro-mechanical actuation system
    • Efficiency optimisation through active oil management

    Huang (Kevin) Xu, Director, eKontrol Drive Co., Ltd. and FEV Europe GmbH, Germany

    03:00
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:45
    Verification results of an e-axle for HD electric trucks
    • Efficiency optimised operating strategy by utilisation of independent torque paths
    • Common hydraulic system for e-motor cooling and transmission lubrication
    • Hardware testing on test bed

    Felix Bayer, Technical Expert CV Powertrain Systems, AVL List GmbH, Austria

    04:15
    Energy price sensitivity of charging infrastructure optimisation of a bus fleet operator
    • Charging infrastructure optimisation using MILP methods
    • Fixed-route transportation system characterisation
    • Energy price sensitivity of charging infrastructure
    • Bus scheduling to achieve globally minimal costs

    Benjamin Daniel Blat Belmonte, Researcher, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany

  • Batteries
    02:00
    Range vs. fast charging capability – new development tools for solving the optimisation conflict of HV-batteries
    • Limiting factors and thermal challenges of fast charging
    • Contradiction between high-power and high-energy cells
    • 3-electrode measurements and new test methodologies to solve development tasks
    • The danger of lithium plating and thermal runaway and the impact of cooling

    Mareike Schmalz, Team Leder Battery Pre-Development, APL GmbH, Germany

    02:30
    Battery active cell balancing for enhanced battery capacity utilisation
    • Function and working principles: Simplified cell to module topology
    • Simulation of efficiency, capacity and cost benefit
    • Proven battery capacity utilisation of more than 3% at end of life

    Michael Ptacek, Head of eProduct House & Energy Storage Systems, Vitesco Technologies Group AG, Germany

    03:00
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:45
    Novel battery housing design approaches with increased functional integration rates
    • Battery lightweight solutions on material, technology and design level
    • Multi-functional battery components and systems
    • Combined mechanical and thermal management functions

    Dr Thomas Hipke, Head of Main Division Light Weight Design and Textile Technologies, Fraunhofer-Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU, Germany

    04:15
    Battery immersion cooling ready for mass volume production
    • Superior battery technology at competitive cost
    • No compromises in safety – 5 minutes are not enough
    • Impact of thermal management on battery lifetime
    • Platform approach

    Helmut Kastler, Head of Development, Kreisel Electric, Austria

  • Automated Driving, Connectivity, Safety & Security, AI
    02:00
    Electrified drives for automated vehicles

    apl. Prof. Dr Roman Henze, Director of Vehicle Dynamics and Active Systems, Insitute of Automotive Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

    02:30
    Technical challenges for new vehicles in automated public transport
    • Requirements on vehicle size and driving dynamics for automated public transport
    • Interaction of vehicle and infrastructure and effects on travel time, dynamics and energy demand
    • Sensor & computing technology, x-by-wire; significance for the vehicle electrical system

    Dr Steffen Kutter, Head of Automated Driving and Driving Strategies Research Group, Technical Project Leader Absolut, Technische Universität, Germany

    03:00
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:45
    New automotive regulations on cyber security, software updates and impact on drivetrains
    • Why new automotive regulations on cybersecurity and software updates?
    • What do the new regulations change for the automotive industry (risks and opportunities)?
    • When do they apply?

    Dr Kai Frederik Zastrow, Senior Fellow Regulation Certification Standards, Stellantis, France

    04:15
    The artificial intelligence for the power transmission and e-mobility
    • Context and challenges
    • AI solution
    • Application use cases
    • Conclusion and outlook

    El’mehdi Alamat, Head of Business Development, Dessia Technologies, France

  • Fuel Cell Drives & Hydrogen
    02:00
    Presentation in coordination
    02:30
    Innovative hydrogen production based on SOEC
    • Solid oxide electrolyses
    • Hydrogen production efficiency up to 90%
    • SOEC based e-fuel production with up to 60% efficiency
    • The role of hydrogen in the future energy system

    Jürgen Rechberger, Vice President Hydrogen & Fuel Cell, AVL List GmbH, Austria

    03:00
    Coffee break and visit to the CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo
    03:45
    A comprehensive comparison between BEVs and FCEVs performance reduction in cold climate conditions
    • Analysis of low ambient temperature on BEVs and FCEVs performances and efficiency
    • Coupled thermal and performance model of a 12m urban bus
    • Analysis of different cooling circuit layouts on vehicle performances and efficiency characteristics

    PhD Michele Bilancia, System Engineer, Punch Hydrocells, Italy

    04:15
    Integration of hydrogen tanks and batteries into a hybrid storage system
    • Advantages of hybrid FCEV
    • Solving savety issues for storage systems
    • Novel crash guidance structure for storage systems

    Dr Stefan Caba, Head of Competence Center Sustainable Vehicle Development, EDAG Engineering GmbH, Germany

Technical Sessions Day 2
7 DECEMBER 202204:45

Plenary Hall: Summary of the 21st CTI SYMPOSIUM GERMANY by the chairman

5 DECEMBER 2022

INTRODUCTORY DAY

Objective

Newcomers and career changers will get an overview of the basics of drive systems and will be updated to the latest level of development. A wide range of drive systems will be presented and the electric
drive concepts are introduced in detail and compared regarding their layout, requirements, characteristics, operation management as well as resulting performance and energy consumption.

In the afternoon the seminar focusses on the basics of Li-ion batteries – the most used energy storage device, on electronics – a component of rising importance, and the power electronics which task it is to
provide the requested energy at the right time at the right place.

The content of the introductory seminar is presented by highly experienced experts, the schedule allows time for your personal questions and an interactive exchange.

INTRODUCTORY DAY09:15

Welcome and introduction into the seminar

Automotive powertrain and drivetrain concepts

INTRODUCTORY DAY

Tasks and characteristics of powertrain, drivetrain and transmissions

INTRODUCTORY DAY12:15 - 01:15

Lunch break

Electric components: batteries, electric motors, power electronics

INTRODUCTORY DAY05:30

Final Q&A

INTRODUCTORY DAY06:00

End of the seminar

8 DECEMBER 2022

About CTI Test Drive

Don’t miss this opportunity to test the latest transmission technologies and vehicles with alternative drives. Experience the entire drivetrain spectrum as part of a complete system.

This parcours offers all participants a full-feature experience of the transmissions and drives on show. Engineers from the corresponding vehicle / transmission manufacturers or suppliers will be in attendance, and look forward to answering your questions in detail.

How to participate? A pre-registration is required. Please select the according booking option during your registration.
What is required? Show a valid driver’s license and sign the waiver of liability form (will be provided shortly prior to the event).

Information about the available vehicles, test track and further procedure will be provided on our website and in our CTI Event App.

Since driving slots are limited, we cannot guarantee participation for all attendees.

CTI Test Drive
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    Provide a test car and show people what you do!

    Contact us for details here:

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  • Experience new technology in action!
    Compare the latest transmission and drive technologies!
    Get your questions answered by on-site engineers!

7 DECEMBER 2022

CTI Test Drive12:00 - 05:00

Check-in

Registered participants and persons accompanying demo vehicles are kindly requested to use our special Check-in desk at the CTI Symposium. Please show your German or international driver licence and bring your completed declaration of non-liability (supplied by CTI in advance). We also need to know if you are using our shuttle bus or arrive by car on your own. The test center is approx. 40 km away from the hotel and approx. 20 km away from Willy-Brandt-Airport Berlin. You will receive all the details for the test drive at the Check-in.

8 DECEMBER 2022

CTI Test Drive08:30

Departure with the shuttle bus from Estrel Hotel Berlin to TF Ring GmbH, Zossen

More Information about the test track: https://tf-ring.de/fahrsicherheitstraining/

(In German only, for translation please copy & paste to e.g. https://www.deepl.com/translator)

CTI Test Drive09:30

Arrival at the Center of Driving Safety and welcome address

Instruction and tour around the proving ground

CTI Test Drive10:30

Start of the ride & drive

CTI Test Drive04:00

End of the ride & drive and departure to the Estrel Hotel Berlin, via Willy Brandt Airport

CTI Test Drive05:30

Arrival at the hotel

Please be flexible when planning your return journey.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for questions regarding the CTI Test Drive.

Sylvia ZenzingerSylvia Zenzinger
Conference Director CTI SYMPOSIA
Phone: +49 211 8874-3884
Email

Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

Chairman of the CTI SYMPOSIUM GERMANY

Sylvia Zenzinger

Sylvia Zenzinger

Conference Director CTI SYMPOSIA
Car Training Institute

Gerald Killmann

Gerald Killmann

Senior Vice President Purchasing and R&D, Toyota Motor Europe

Patrick Leteinturier

Patrick Leteinturier

Director R&D Fellow Automotive Systems, Infineon Technologies AG

Ruiping WANG

Ruiping Wang

Vice President General Manager, Zhe Jiang Geely Powertrain Co., Ltd, China

Ulrich Walter

Ulrich Walter

Moderator

Prof. Dr Arno Kwade

Prof. Dr Arno Kwade

Director, Institute for Particle Technology,
Technische Universität Braunschweig

Michael Lohscheller

Michael Lohscheller

President, Nikola Corporation

Dr. Thomas Schlick

Dr Thomas Schlick

Senior Partner, Roland Berger GmbH

Mathieu Soulas

Mathieu Soulas

Senior Vice President Strategy & Supply, TotalEnergies Marketing & Services

Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck

Prof. Dr Christian Mohrdieck

Chief Knowledge & Commercial Officer (CKCO) and Managing Director, cellcentric GmbH & Co. KG

Dr Frederik Zohm

Dr Frederik Zohm

CTO, Member of the Executive Board, R&D, MAN Truck & Bus SE

Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

Director of the Institute of Automotive Engineering,
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

Axel Sturm

Axel Sturm

Scientific Assistant, Institute for Automotive Engineering,
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

Prof. Dr Julia Kowal

Prof. Dr Julia Kowal

Chair of Electrical Energy Storage Technology,
Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Prof. Dr Bernd Ponick

Prof. Dr Bernd Ponick

Director of the Institute, Electrical Machines and Drive Systems Department,
Institute for Drive Systems and Power Electronics, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany

Prof. Dr Axel Mertens

Prof. Dr Axel Mertens

Director of the Institute, Power Electronics and Drive Control Department,
Institute for Drive Systems and Power Electronics, Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany