Summary of the 11th CTI Transmission Symposium USA
The CTI Symposium in Novi, Michigan is over and organizers look back on the 11th successful event in the United States.
During the two event days eleven keynote and plenary speeches highlighted the last technology trends, legislative directions, consumer preferences and OEM strategies by the auto industry executives.
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Young Drive Experts Award 2017 in Berlin
Enter now and present your research topic to an audience of international automobile experts
Have you recently completed a Bachelor, Master or PhD thesis in Automotive and Mechanical Engineering, Electric/Electronics, Mechatronics, Mobility or Transportation? And did you get a really good grade? If so, why not present your subject to an international audience of industry and scientific experts – and make interesting new contacts at the next CTI Symposium in Berlin? Continue reading
Call for Papers
Become a Speaker at the CTI Symposia in Berlin!
Present your ideas and findings in the field of automotive transmissions and drives to a broad spectrum of transmission experts at the International CTI Transmission Symposium + Expo!
Why take part?
CTI Transmission Symposia rank among the world’s most international events in their field and attract a wide spectrum of industry experts.
You might even get the chance to demonstrate your development results in practice at the CTI Test Drive Day!
Submit proposal here!
28 April 2017 extended!
Survey on the future of mobility
Download the results here!
Will the electric motor entirely replace the internal combustion engine or will intermediate stages be necessary? How will the developers’ methods change? How important is the issue of cybersecurity for transmission development? The issue of electric mobility polarizes the transmission sector. We asked about 120 international car experts about their opinion. Read the results in the CTI Survey on the Future Development of Mobility and Drivetrains. Continue reading
The Transmission Symposium celebrated its 15th anniversary with a brilliant programme. In addition to ten top class plenary presentations, the participants could choose between 89 presentations in 16 different sessions, from traditional powertrain topics to e-mobility. The fringe programme included the well-attended
Networking Night on the first evening as well as Test Drives with current production and demonstrator cars. Furthermore, the Young Drive Experts Award was awarded to junior scientists in the field of transmissions.
“My method can bring electrical and mechanical engineers together!”
Interview with Young Drive Experts Award Winner Dr Marco Denk at the 15th CTI Transmission Symposium 2016
“Scientific work and research projects need to be transferred into industrial applications. Conferences like the CTI Symposium are the ideal platform to raise the industry’s interest in our scientific achievements.” This is what last year’s Young Drive Experts Award winner, Dr Marco Denk, said at the CTI Symposium in Berlin. Continue reading