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2nd International Specialist Conference: SENSORS for Exhaust Gas Cleaning and CO2 Reduction

23.06. to 25.06.2015 in Nuremberg, Germany

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Hot Topics 2015:

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  • Particulate matter and nitrogen oxide reduction by means of vehicle technology in modern cars
  • Physical surface analytics for characterisation of sensors in the exhaust gas system
  • New variants of thermoelectric exhaust gas sensors
  • Trends and future developments concerning O2 sensors

 

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Including CONTRIBUTIONS BYsensoren2

  • A&D Europe GmbH
  • ADAC Technik Zentrum Landsberg am Lech
  • Continental Engineering Services GmbH
  • Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne
  • Filter Sensing Technologies Inc.
  • IAV GmbH
  • Robert Bosch GmbH
  • SGS INSTITUT FRESENIUS GmbH
  • Stoneridge Inc.
  • Temperaturmeßtechnik Geraberg GmbH
  • TÜV SÜD Auto Service GmbH
  • UST Umweltsensortechnik GmbH

LIST OF SPEAKERS

  • Particulate matter and nitrogen oxide reduction by means of vehicle technology in modern cars
    Prof. Dr. Reinhard Kolke Head of Test and Technology, ADAC Technik Zentrum Landsberg am Lech
    Andrea Gärtner Special Advisor Technology, ADAC Technik Zentrum Landsberg am Lech
  • Using physical surface analytics for the characterisation of sensors in the exhaust gas system
    Dr. Olaf Günnewig, Branch Manager, SGS INSTITUT FRESENIUS GmbH
  • New variants of thermoelectric exhaust gas Sensors
    Dr. Klaus Irrgang, Managing Director, Temperaturmeßtechnik Geraberg GmbH
  • Trends and future developments in the area of O2 sensors
    Dr. Petra Neff, Group Supervisor, Robert Bosch GmbH
  • Pressure Sensing Applications & Requirements @ Exhaust
    Arwed Graubner, Key Account & Biz. Development Sensing Asia and the Americas, Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG
    Torsten Herz, Application Engineering Team Manager, Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG
  • Robust and temperature-stable sensors for automotive applications
    Dr. Steffen Zische, Group Supervisor Microsystems LTCC and HTCC, Fraunhofer IKTS
  • Development of NOx gas sensors for exhaust
    Prof. Dr. Jean-Paul Viricelle, Researcher, Mines Saint-Étienne
  • New gas sensor systems for measuring nitrogen oxides and ammonia in exhaust gas systems
    Dr. Olaf Kiesewetter, Managing Director, UST Umweltsensortechnik GmbH
  • Robust DPF Diagnostics Enabled with Resistive PM Sensor
    Kayvan Hedayat, Director Advanced Technologies, Stoneridge Inc.
  • Real-Time Particulate Filter Soot and Ash Sensors
    Dr. Alexander Sappok, President, Filter Sensing Technologies Inc.
  • Sensor tolerances of the EA with regard to the OBD-robustness
    Marco Moser, Design Engineer Diesel Exhaust Aftertreatment, IAV GmbH
  • The influence of the efficiency increase of drives on the diagnosis of the exhaust gas system
    Matthias Weber, Business Development Powertrain Solutions, Continental Engineering Services GmbH
  • PEMS and RDE change the world of emissions
    Pascal Mast, Head of Department, TÜV SÜD Auto Service GmbH
  • Exhaust gas analysis utilizing FTIR technology
    Dr. Jürgen Bredenbeck, Managing Director, A&D Europe GmbH
  • Status of the microwave-supported catalyst condition recognition
    Prof. Dr. Ralf Moos, Head of the Faculty, Bayreuth Engine Research Center (BERC), University Bayreuth
  • Monitoring system for sensor data in test stands, stationary engines, vehicle testing
    Eberhard Baur, Managing Director, eb-i Eberhard Baur Informatik

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Hosted by
Stefan Carstens | Managing Director
EngineSens Motorsensor GmbH

Arrival

Congress Hotel Mercure Nuernberg an der Messe
Münchener Str. 283
90471 Nürnberg
Germany

Exhibition and Sponsoring

Take the opportunity to present your company to the professional audience – your target group – without loss through dispersion. The pleasant and personal atmosphere at the event offers optimum conditions for contact with the attendees.

Take part and raise awareness of your company through your direct presence at an exhibition booth! Distinguish yourself from your competition and surprise your future customers with an individual presentation idea.


Your questions about sponsoring & trade exhibition will gladly be answered by:

Theresa Knöferl
Tel.: +49 8191 125-573
Fax: +49 8191 125-97573
E-Mail: teresa.knoeferl@sv-veranstaltungen.de


cooperation partners:

LOGO Diesel Progress

 

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IFSA

 

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Program

Wednesday, 24th June 2015


08:30

Welcome reception, including coffee and tea
Hand-out of the conference material


09:00

Welcome and opening words by:
Andras Hetenyi,
Project Manager Automotive,
Süddeutscher Verlag Veranstaltungen GmbH and
Stefan Carstens, Managing Director,
EngineSens Motorsensor GmbH


09:15

Particulate matter and nitrogen oxide reduction
by means of vehicle technology in modern cars

  • Necessity of particulate matter and nitrogen oxide reduction
  • Measurements on cars and necessity of reduction
  • Consideration of realistic drive cycles
  • EcoTest and Green NCAP

Experiences with AdBlue and other technologies for  diesel

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Kolke
Head of Test and Technology, ADAC Technik Zentrum Landsberg am Lech
Andrea Gärtner
Special Advisor Technology, ADAC Technik Zentrum Landsberg am Lech


Exhaust gas measurement


09:45

Using physical surface analytics for the characterisation of sensors in the exhaust gas system

  • Functional principles of selected sensors in the exhaust gas system and the possible influences on the surface characteristics which might lead to functional
    impairment
  • Description of innovative methods of physical surface analytics for the assessment of sensors and their components
  • Selected examples of physical surface analysis of exhaust gas-relevant sensor components


Dr. Olaf Günnewig,
Branch Manager, SGS INSTITUT FRESENIUS GmbH


10:15

New variants of thermoelectric exhaust gas sensors

  • Constructional designs (disk sensors)
  • Possibilities for self-diagnosis
  • Dynamic and static sensor corrections

Dr. Klaus Irrgang, Managing Director, Temperaturmeßtechnik Geraberg GmbH


10:45

Discussion and time for questions


11:00

Coffee break and opportunity for networking


Oxygen sensors


11:30

Trends and future developments in the area of O2 sensors

  • Legislation
  • Technical developments
  • System requirements

Dr. Petra Neff, Group Supervisor, Robert Bosch GmbH


Sensors for CO2 reduction


12:00

Pressure Sensing Applications & Requirements @Exhaust

  • Pressure sensing technologies (overview)
  • Pressure-based sensing applications @ exhaust systems
  • System-level-requirements (interfaces; operational conditions)
  • Future trends & challenges

Arwed Graubner, Key Account & Biz. Development Sensing Asia and the Americas,
Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG

Torsten Herz, Application Engineering Team Manager,
Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG


12:30

Discussion and time for questions


12:45

Lunch and opportunity for networking


New technologies


14:30

Robust and temperature-stable sensors for automotive applications

  • (Multi-layer) ceramics as technology platform for robust, temperature-stable sensors
  •  Trends in material, material structure, deposition, sinter technology and ceramic-compatible construction and connection technologies
  • Ceramic-based physical and chemical sensors (examples)

Dr. Steffen Zische, Group Supervisor Microsystems LTCC and HTCC,
Fraunhofer IKTS


15:15

Guided city tour including “imperial specialties”


18:00

Dinner and opportunity for networking


22:00

Return to hotel


Thursday, 25th June 2015


08:00

Welcome and opening words by: Stefan Carstens,
Managing Director, EngineSens Motorsensor GmbH


NOx Sensors


08:15

Development of NOx gas sensors for exhaust

  • YSZ mixed potential based sensor
  • Improvement of NOx selectivity
  • Composite electrode material

Prof. Dr. Jean-Paul Viricelle, Researcher, Mines Saint-Étienne


08:45

New gas sensor systems for measuring nitrogenoxides and ammonia in exhaust gas systems

  • Requirements for sensors in exhaust gas systems
  • Sensor concept – Measurement/detection principle, sensor design, AVT and signal processing
  • Test results on sensitivity, selectivity, interferences
  • Conclusions and potential for the development of large series products

Dr. Olaf Kiesewetter, Managing Director, UST Umweltsensortechnik GmbH


Soot sensors


09:15

Robust DPF Diagnostics Enabled with Resistive PM Sensor

  • Resistive PM sensor performance characteristics
  • PM sensor required diagnostics to meet regulations
  • PM sensor trends

Kayvan Hedayat, Director Advanced Technologies, Stoneridge Inc


09:45

Coffee break and opportunity for networking


10:15

Real-Time Particulate Filter Soot and Ash Sensors

  • Soot and Ash Measurements in DPF/GPF
  • Sensor Performance Data
  • Applications and After-treatment Optimization

Dr. Alexander Sappok, President, Filter Sensing Technologies Inc.


10:45

Integration of sensor technSensor tolerances of the EA with regard to the OBD-robustness

  • Influence of sensor tolerances on OBD-robustness
  • Cumulated influence of linked tolerances
  • SW tool chain for OBD-robustness analysis

Marco Moser, Design Engineer Diesel Exhaust Aftertreatment, IAV GmbHology in OBD systems


11:15

The influence of the efficiency increase of drives on the diagnosis of the exhaust gas system

  • CO2 reduction by means of more efficient drives
  • Influence on the diagnosis (OBDII)
  • Cloud-based diagnosis strategies

Matthias Weber, Business Development Powertrain Solutions,
Continental Engineering Services GmbH


11:45

Discussion and time for questions


12:00

Lunch and opportunity for networking


Exhaust gas analysis via PEMS


13:15

PEMS and RDE change the world of emissions

  • RDE
  • WLTP
  • Correlation to the roll

Pascal Mast, Head of Department, TÜV SÜD Auto Service GmbH


13:45

Exhaust gas analysis utilizing FTIR technology

  • Introduction to FTIR technology/Adaptation for use in the vehicle
  • Advantages of the FTIR in comparison to conventional exhaust gas analysis devices
  • Comparison of FTIR measurements using conventional methods and using test stand results

Dr. Jürgen Bredenbeck, Managing Director, A&D Europe GmbH


14:15

Coffee break and opportunity for networking


New technologies


14:45

Status of the microwave-supported catalyst condition recognition

  • New and direct ways of measuring catalysts without detours
  •  Electrical characteristics of the catalyst component during operation
  •  Replacement system for soot sensors, O2 sensors, NOx sensors or NH3 sensors?

Prof. Dr. Ralf Moos, Head of the Faculty,
Bayreuth Engine Research Center (BERC), University Bayreuth


15:15

Monitoring system for sensor data in test stands, stationary engines, vehicle testing

  • Communication and energy management
  • Visualization and potential

Eberhard Baur, Managing Director, eb-i Eberhard Baur Informatik


15:45

Final discussion/End of the specialist conference


Basic Principles of Exhaust Gas Sensor Technology

Tuesday, 23rd June 2015


08:00

Welcome reception, including coffee and tea
Hand-out of the conference material


08:15

Start of the seminar and moderation
Stefan Carstens,
Managing Director,
EngineSens Motorsensor GmbH


08:30

Application of exhaust gas sensors

  • When to use which sensor
  • Gasoline engines with stratified charge and NOx trap
  • Diesel with NOx trap and DPF
  • Diesel with DPF and SCR

09:15

Exhaust gas temperature sensor systems

  • PT200 sensors in combined thin-film and thick-film technology
  • NTC sensors: Special features of the characteristic curve
  • Thermo elements function
  • Characteristics of test stand applications
  • Thermo elements type N in series vehicles, especially suitable for high-temperature applications with more than 1000 degrees Celsius

10:15

Coffee break


10:45

Oxygen sensors

  • Step-response lambda sensor: From the fingershaped sensor to planar technology
  • Lambda sensors based on zirconia
  • Broadband lambda sensor: basic functions
  • Super-fast-light-off technology

12:15

Lunch break


13:15

Nitrogen oxide sensors

  • Can NOx be measured in rich exhaust gas?
  • Pump currents Ip1 and Ip2
  • Cross-sensitivities and restrictions during application

14:30

Pressure sensor systems for particle filter monitoring

  • Differential pressure sensors – The state-of-the-art today?
  • Absolute pressure sensors – Too imprecise for Euro 6-2?

15:15

Soot sensor systems

  • Which concepts are possible?
  • Three different concepts
  • Already in mass production: The resistive soot sensor: Design and function

16:00

Discussion and time for questions


16:15

Departure (by bus) to the guided company tour at HE System Electronic GmbH & Co. KG
Manufacturer of automotive sensor solutions: Hydrogen Sensors, Ion Current Ignitions, Glow Plug Control
www.he-system.com


18:30

Casual dinner at a restaurant


21:00

Return to the Congress Hotel Mercure Nürnberg an der Messe


Speakers


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Eberhard Baur
eb-i Eberhard Baur Informatik


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Dr. Jürgen Bredenbeck
A&D Europe GmbH


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Arwed Graubner
Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG


Guennewig_Olaf_SGS

Dr. Olaf Günnewig
SGS INSTITUT FRESENIUS GmbH


Hedayat_Kayvan_Stoneridge

Kayvan Hedayat
Stoneridge Inc.


Herz_Tobias_ZMDI_Foto

Torsten Herz
Zentrum Mikroelektronik Dresden AG


Irrgang_Klaus_Temperatur_Foto

Dr. Klaus Irrgang
Temperaturmeßtechnik Geraberg GmbH


Kiesewetter_Olaf_UST

Dr. Olaf Kiesewetter
UST Umweltsensortechnik GmbH


Dr. Reinhard Kolke im Portrait;ADAC Technikzentrum Landsberg, am 16.11.2012; für ADAC Reisemagazin

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Kolke
ADAC Technik Zentrum
Landsberg am Lech


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Pascal Mast
TÜV SÜD Auto Service GmbH


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Prof. Dr. Ralf Moos
University Bayreuth


Moser_Marco_IAV

Marco Moser
IAV GmbH


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Dr. Petra Neff
Robert Bosch GmbH


Sappok_Alexander_Filter_Sensing_Techn

Dr. Alexander Sappok
Filter Sensing Technologies Inc.


Viricelle_JP_EMSE

Prof. Dr. Jean-Paul Viricelle
Mines Saint-Étienne


Weber_Conti_Foto

Matthias Weber
Continental Engineering Services
GmbH


Zische_Steffen_Fraunhofer_IKTS

Dr. Steffen Ziesche
Fraunhofer IKTS

PARTICIPATION DETAILS

Conference Date

Seminar: Tuesday, 23 Juni 2014
Conference: Wednesday, 24 Juni and Thursday, 25 Juni 2014


Venue

Congress Hotel Mercure Nuernberg an der Messe
Münchener Str. 283
90471 Nürnberg


Overnight Stay

Please make your reservations directly at the hotels and mention “SVV”. We will hold blocks of rooms ready for you to book until approximately four weeks before the event.


Registration Fee:

2. International Conference: Sensors of exhaust gas emission control and CO2-reduction on 24 and 25 June 2015: € 1695. Early bird discount: (For registration until 30 April 2015 only € 1596).

2. International Conference: Sensors of exhaust gas emission control and CO2-reduction on 24 and 25 June 2015 an the Seminar: Basic principles of exhaust gas sensor technology on 23 June 2015: € 2295. Early bird discount: (For registration until 30 April 2015 only € 2196).

The following services are included in the registration fee:

  • Participation in the conference
  • Conference documents (digital)
  • Lunch on both days of the event
  • Dinner on 24 June 2015
  • Refreshments during the breaks
  • Visits to the conference exhibition
  • if applicable: Seminar: Basic principles of exhaust gas sensor technology (23 June 2015)

Registration:

Please register by entering your details at our Online Registration Form.

On receipt of your registration we will send you a confirmation note and an invoice, which should be settled by the beginning of the conference.


Cancellation:

Unless another participant is designated, cancellation after 10 June 2015 (date of receipt of the cancellation notice) and no-shows will result in forfeiture of the entire participation fee. Cancellations made before 10 June 2015 will be subject to a processing fee of € 150. Please note that all registrations and cancellations must be provided in writing.

The organizer reserves the right to change, postpone, relocate or cancel the entire event or parts thereof at short notice.


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Contact

SVV – Süddeutscher Verlag Veranstaltungen GmbH
Justus-von-Liebig-Str. 1
D-86899 Landsberg am Lech


Projektmanager

Andras Hetenyi
E-Mail: andras.hetenyi@sv-veranstaltungen.de


Organisation & Registration

Jana Bumann
Tel.: +49 8191 125-104
Fax: +49 8191 125-97104
E-Mail: jana.bumann@sv-veranstaltungen.de


Exhibition & Sponsoring

Teresa Knöferl
Tel.: +49 8191 125-573
Fax: +49 8191 125-97573
E-Mail: teresa.knoeferl@sv-veranstaltungen.de