Automobil

4th Int. Conference SENSORS for Exhaust gas Aftertreatment and CO2-Reduction

27.06. to 29.06.2017 in Augsburg

Overview

Sensors play an important role not only in the fields of robotics and internet of things. Emission control and engine management also use sensitive sensors, such as: temperature sensors, differential pressure sensors, soot sensors, NOx sensors and many more. On 28 and 29 June 2017 international decision-makers of leading automotive manufacturers, suppliers and sensor manufacturers will once again gather at the annual meeting point for the branch: The 4th International Conference SENSORS for Exhaust gas Aftertreatment and CO2-Reduction. Speakers from TE Connectivity, AVL, CMR Group, ADZ, Deutsches Patentamt, MEMS, IAV, CTS Corp, Bayreuth Engine Research Center (BERC) and many more await you. Experience first-hand how automotive manufacturers, suppliers and research institutes from the automotive branch pick up on and handle the current challenges regarding automotive sensors. The conference lasts two days and includes 15 presentations, 25 minutes each, an evening event and a guided factory tour at MAN Diesel & Turbo in Augsburg.

On 27 June 2017, the day before the conference, we will offer an ADDITIONAL SEMINAR: Basic Principles of Exhaust Gas Sensor Technology – Essential knowledge about the key sensors and their functions.

TOP-ISSUES 2017:

State-of-the-Art Sensor Technology:

  • Pressure & Temperature
  • Radio-Frequency-Sensors
  • Nitrogen Oxide & Ammonia
  • Multi-Gas-Sensing
  • Soot & Soot Loading
  • Implementation of Sensors in ECUs & OBD

EXCERPT of SPEAKERS:

Humidity, temperature and pressure sensing for engine and exhaust gas management
– Links between humidity at air intake and NOx at exhaust
– Virtual NOx principle
– Combo H, T, P sensor principle
– OBD possibilities at system level
Souhail CHREIF, Automotive Engineer, Master in Embedded Systems, TE Connectivity

Particulate Filter On-Board Diagnostics and Prognostics using Radio Frquency Sensors
– Overview of real-time particulate filter state of health measurements using radio-frequency (RF) sensors
– Case Study: Early detection of conditions impacting filter performance and measures to prevent filter failures
– Examples of RF sensors applied to detect diesel particulate filter (DPF) failures for OBD.
– Examples of RF sensors applied to detect gasoline particulate filter (GPF) failures for OBD.
Dr. Alexander Sappok, Director of RF Sensors, CTS Corporation

Simulative Assessment of Tolerance Limits of new Sensor Concepts for Controls and OBD
– Integration of a new virtual sensor into vehicle simulation (example: SCR-load-sensor)
– Correlation of tolerance of new sensor and increase of robustness
– Replacement of current sensors through new concept
Marco Moser, Development Engineer OBD, IAV GmbH

From the first idea to a patent – exhaust gas sensors
– Legal requirements/emission legislation
– innovations in the field of exhaust gas sensors
– Patents as competitive edge
Dr. Bettina Kuhn, Patent Examiner, Deutsches Patent- und Markenamt

Please have a look at our program.

You also have the possibility to present yourself and your company as an exhibitor. We will send you an attractive offer free of charge.

Take advantage of our early bird fee with a discount of 100 € for registration until 1 April 2017!

We look forward to welcoming you in Augsburg!

Arrival

Dorint an der Kongresshalle Augsburg
Imhofstraße 12
86159 Augsburg

Impressions


Program

Basic Principles of exhaust gas sensor technology

Tuesday | 27 June 2017


Objectives
The seminar will teach attendees essential knowledge about the key sensors and how they work. Stefan Carstens will back up the theory with numerous practical examples. By the end of this one-day introduction, attendees will know and understand the main terms and background information and will be up-to-date with all of the current science and technology.


09:00

Reception with coffee & tea and distribution of the seminar documents


09:15

Opening
EngineSens Motorsensor GmbH:
Stefan Carstens, Managing Director


09:30

Applications for exhaust gas sensors

  • Where is each type of sensor used?
  • Diesel with NOx trap and DPF
  • Diesel with DPF and SCR
  • Influences of the new driving cycle WLTC and the RDE legislation

10:15

Exhaust gas temperature sensor systems

  • PT200 sensors in combined thin-film and thick-film technology
  • NTC sensors: special features of the characteristic curve
  • Special features in test bench applications
  • Type N thermocouples in a series production vehicle, specially designed for high-temperature applications above 1000°C

11:15

Coffee break & networking


11:45

Oxygen sensors

  • Step response lambda sensor: from simple type sensors to planar technology
  • Lambda sensors based on zirconia
  • Broadband lambda sensor: oxygen-reference solutions and pumped sensors
  • Superfast light-off technology

01:15

Lunch & networking


02:15

Nitrogen oxide sensors

  • Why multiple cavities?
  • Pumping flows Ip1 and Ip2
  • Cross-sensitivities and restrictions in operation
  • Poisoning symptoms

03:30

Pressure sensor systems for particulate
filter monitoring

  • Differential pressure sensors – the current state-ofthe-art?
  • Absolute pressure sensors – too imprecise for Euro 6-2?
  • Advantages and disadvantages of both methods

04:15

Coffee break & networking


04:45

Soot sensor systems

  • Which concepts are available?
  • Three different concepts
  • Already in series production! Resistive soot sensors – layout and function

05:30

Gas sensors

  • Possibilities for fulfilling the OBD-requirements for HC
  • Sensor arrays
  • Mixed potential sensors

06:15

Time for questions & discussion


06:30

End of the seminar


First conference day

Wednesday | 28 June 2017


08:30

Reception with coffee & tea and distribution of the conference documents


09:00

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


09:15

Deutsches Patent- und Markenamt
From the first idea to a patent – exhaust gas sensors
Dr. Bettina Kuhn, Patent Examiner


09:45

Schlegel und Partner GmbH
The future market for emission control sensors
Dr. Karsten Wasiluk, Assistant Director Automotive & Transportation


TEMPERATURE-SENSORS


10:15

CMR-Group
New sensor technology for exhaust gas temperature
Patrice Flot, Chief Technical Officer


10:45

Time for questions & discussion


11:00

Coffee break & networking


LABDA-SENSORS


11:30

FRANCISCO ALBERO S.A.U.
Air Fuel Ratio Sensor
Dr. Francisco Ramos, R&D Manager


NOx-SENSORS


12:00

CARIT Automotive GmbH & Co. KG
Development of a new NOx-Sensor for OEM and Retrofit applications
Dirk Bleicker, Head of Research & Development


12:30

Time for questions & discussion


12:45

Lunch & networking


02:00

MAHA Maschinenbau Haldenwang GmbH & Co. KG
New Emission Testing under Load at Buenos Aires City incl. NO, NO2 and PM
Antonio Multari, Director International Sales


CYLINDER-PRESSURE-SENSORS


02:30

Hidria AET d.o.o.
In-Cylinder pressure sensing technology by Hidria
Peter Ursic, Head of R&D


03:00

Coffee break & networking


03:30

Departure by bus to the factory tour at MAN Diesel & Turbo


04:00

Start of the guided factory tour


06:00

End of the factory tour and return by bus


06:30

Start of the evening event at Riegele Wirtshaus, Frölichstraße 26 in Augsburg


10:00

End of the 1st conference day and return to hotel


Second conference day

Thursday | 29 June 2017


08:45

Welcome and opening of the 2nd conference day
EngineSens Motorsensor GmbH:
Stefan Carstens, Managing Director


COMBINATION-SENSORS


09:00

TE Connectivity
Humidity, temperature and pressure sensing for engine and exhaust gas management
Souhail Chreif, Product Manager for ICT Engine Sensors


Radio-Frequency-Sensors


09:30

Bayreuth Engine Research Center (BERC)
SCR Control using Radio Frequency Sensors
Prof. Dr. Ralf Moos, Head of Chair and Spokesman


10:00

CTS Corporation
Particulate Filter On-Board Diagnostics and Prognostics using Radio Frequency Sensors
Dr. Alexander Sappok, Director RF Sensors


10:30

Time for questions & discussion


10:45

Coffee break & networking


SOOT-SENSORS


11:15

AVL List GmbH
Photoacoustic measurement of soot in combustion exhaust
Dr. Michael Arndt, Senior Application Engineer


11:45

ADZ Nagano GmbH, Gesellschaft für Sensortechnik
Use of a differential pressure sensor for particle filter monitoring
Hannes Georgi, Head of R&D


12:15

Time for questions & discussion


12:30

Lunch & networking


SENSORFUSION AND VIRTUAL SENSORS


02:00

IAV GmbH
Simulative Assessment of Tolerance Limits of new Sensor Concepts for Controls and OBD
Marco Moser, Development Engineer OBD


02:30

IAV GmbH
Building a virtual sensor by machine learning
Dr. André Bojahr, Data Scientist


GAS-SENSORS


03:00

MEMS AG
Micro-thermal gas quality measurement for field applications
Dr. Daniel Matter, Managing Director


03:30

Concluding discussion


04:00

End of the 4th International Specialist Conference Sensors for Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment and CO2 Reduction


Speakers


Technical Supervision:

Stefan Carstens

Managing Director

EngineSens Motorsensor GmbH


Dr. Michael Arndt

Senior Application Engineer

AVL List GmbH


Dirk Bleicker

Head of Research & Development

CARIT Automotive GmbH & Co. KG


Dr. André Bojahr

Data Scientist

IAV GmbH


Souhail Chreif

Product Manager for ICT Engine Sensors

TE Connectivity


Patrice Flot

Chief Technical Officer

CMR-Group


Hannes Georgi

Head of R&D

ADZ Nagano GmbH, Gesellschaft für Sensortechnik


Dr. Bettina Kuhn

Patent Examiner

Deutsches Patent- und Markenamt


Dr. Daniel Matter

Managing Director

MEMS AG


Prof. Dr. Ralf Moos

Head of Chair and Spokesman

Bayreuth Engine Research Center (BERC)


Marco Moser

Development Engineer OBD

IAV GmbH


Antonio Multari

Director International Sales

MAHA Maschinenbau Haldenwang GmbH & Co. KG


Dr. Francisco Ramos

R&D Manager

FRANCSCO ALB ERO S.A.U.


Dr. Alexander Sappok

Director RF Sensors

CTS Corporation


Peter Ursic

Head of R&D

Hidria AET d.o.o.


Dr. Karsten Wasiluk

Assistant Director Automotive & Transportation

Schlegel und Partner GmbH

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:

Sebastian Stürzl
Tel.: +49 8191 125-123
Fax: +49 8191 125-97123
E-Mail: sebastian.stuerzl@sv-veranstaltungen.de


PARTICIPATION DETAILS

Conference Date

Seminar: Tuesday, 27. June 2017
Conference: Wednesday, 28. June und Thursday, 29. June 2017


Venue

Dorint an der Kongresshalle Augsburg
Imhofstraße 12
86159 Augsburg
Tel.: +49 821 / 59740
Fax: +49 821 / 5974-100
E-Mail: info.augsburg@dorint.com
Web: www.hotel-augsburg.dorint.com


Registration Fee

The participant fee for the 4th Int. Conference SENSORS for Exhaust gas Aftertreatment and CO2-Reduction totals € 1,695.00 plus legal VAT.

The participant fee for the Seminar Basic Principles of Exhaust Gas Sensor Technology, 27 June 2017 and the 4th Int. Conference SENSORS for Exhaust gas Aftertreatment and CO2-Reduction totals € 2,295.00 plus legal VAT.

The participant fee for the Seminar Basic Principles of Exhaust Gas Sensor Technology, 27 June 2017 totals € 895.00 plus legal VAT.

100 € early bird discount: until 1 March 2017

The following services are included in the registration fee for the conference:

  • Participation in the conference
  • Conference documents
  • Lunch on both days of the event
  • Dinner on 26 June 2017
  • Refreshments during the breaks
  • Visits to the conference exhibition

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.

Unless another participant is designated, cancellation after 14 days before conference (date of receipt of the cancellation notice) and no-shows will result in forfeiture of the entire participation fee. Cancellations prior to this date shall be charged an administration fee of € 150.00. Cancellations and regitrations must always be undertaken 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

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


Hetenyi_Andras

Project Manager

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


Wellmann_Tim

Organisation & Registration

Tim Wellmann
Tel.: +49 8191 125-120
Fax: +49 8191 125-97120
E-Mail: tim.wellmann@sv-veranstaltungen.de


Stürzl_Sebastian

Exhibition & Sponsoring

Sebastian Stürzl
Tel.: +49 8191 125-123
Fax: +49 8191 125-97123
E-Mail: sebastian.stuerzl@sv-veranstaltungen.de