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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Winners of the 8th CTI Young Drive Experts Award
Berlin/Düsseldorf, 7 December 2016 – This year, no fewer than three candidates won an 8th CTI Young Drive Experts Award at the 15th International CTI Symposium for Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives. First place overall went to Dr. Marco Denk (Research Associate at Bayreuth University), second place to Harald Kraus (Head of the scientific team E-Mobility and Alternative Drives) and third place to Dr. techn Markus Bachinger (Executive Engineer at AVL List GmbH, Graz).
8th CTI Young Drive Experts Award
The CTI Young Drive Award honours outstanding Bachelor, Master works by recent graduates and PhD theses in the field of transmission and drive development. The aim is to encourage young engineers to continue their efforts in this sector.
>> The winner gets a prize money of 2.000 €
Students have until 15 November 2016 to submit their BSc, MSc papers and PhD theses for the 8th Young Drive Experts Award 2016. The award ceremony will take place at the CTI symposium in Berlin on 7th December 2016. The award recognises young engineers whose papers focus on solutions and concepts that address any aspect of transmission, drive and component development / optimization in the automotive sector.
Follow-up report on the 10th International CTI Symposium USA
Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives,
RDE is driving electrification
May 9 – 12 2016, Novi, Michigan
Two trends left a clear mark on this year’s 10th CTI symposium USA. Real Driving Emissions (RDE) is infl uencing development even sooner than experts anticipated just a year ago. And the new transmission category DHT (Dedicated Hybrid Transmission) is being discussed intensively as an alternative to add-on hybrids. Interest in the CTI Symposium was up yet again, with a participant headcount of 590 in this anniversary year.
Follow-up report on the 14th International CTI Symposium
7-10 December 2015, Berlin, Germany
The next generation of hybrid transmissions
At previous CTI Symposia, it became increasingly clear that hybrid transmissions call for an integrated view of powertrains. As a logical consequence, DHTs (Dedicated Hybrid Transmissions) were defined and discussed in public for the first time in Berlin. DHTs are a new breed of hybrid transmissions, and more than just an add-on solution. Two other forward-looking topics were also in the spotlight in Berlin: the impact of autonomous driving on transmission and drive technology, and the question of what energy forms tomorrow’s mobility needs. There is still ample scope for development – not just for electric cars, but for fossil and regeneratively produced fuels too.
Three Winners at the 7th CTI Young Drive Experts Award ceremony
Berlin/Düsseldorf, 9.12.2015 – This year, no fewer than three candidates received a CTI Young Drive Experts Award at the 14th International CTI Symposium for Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives. The winners were Björn Berweiler (Research Associate, Institute for Drive Systems and Performance Electronics, Leibniz University Hanover), Dr.-Ing. Johannes Geiger (DCT Development Engineer, BMW Group) and Dr. Kathrien Inderwisch (Scientific Managing Director, Automotive Research Centre Niedersachsen, TU Braunschweig).