International Conference : SIA Powertrain - Rouen 2016

  • 1 & 2 June 2016
  • Rouen

Introduction

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Dear participant,

The worldwide demand for lower emissions and for better fuel efficiency is dominating powertrain development activity today, with a focus on continuous improvements to the powertrain design, the use of alternative fuels and hybridization. The modern compression ignition engine is providing an efficient solution to these challenges and to changing mobility requirements, not only for passenger cars but also for industrial needs and goods transportation in fast-growing worldwide mega cities. With low CO2 emissions, the compression ignition engine is still a cost-effective and popular solution for many users and will be a key contributor to further reducing CO2 emissions beyond 2021.

The upcoming European Euro6c emissions regulation intends to introduce real driving emissions requiring new engineering efforts in light-duty powertrain product development, engine testing and vehicle calibrations. The challenge of this real driving emissions will be mainly to control emissions over the whole operating range of the vehicle at an affordable cost and without compromising fuel economy. For heavy-duty applications, the CO2 emissions regulation under preparation will also be the major driver for innovation in powertrain for both freight and passenger transport. The Clean Compression Ignition Engine Conference to be held in Rouen, France 1-2 June 2016, aims at giving powertrain developers and researchers the opportunity to get an overall picture of state-of-the-art technologies and anticipate future challenges and actions.

To enhance the organization of SIA powertrain conferences, the organizing committee has undertaken changes since last year by proposing an annual powertrain conference each spring, focusing alternatively on spark ignition in Versailles and on compression ignition in Rouen. The first edition of the conference in Versailles in May of this year was a great success with more than 400 participants, 50 lectures and 30 exhibitors offering numerous networking opportunities. In addition to the previous conference topics on light-duty engine technologies, the Rouen 2016 Compression Ignition Engine Conference will include new themes on engines for on- and off-highway commercial vehicles.

This unique worldwide event focused on compression ignition engine technology, and potential development synergies between passenger cars and commercial vehicle powertrain technologies, will provide attendees with opportunities for discussions with experts and leaders in this area. This event will cover global issues and solutions related to technology, business processes and the challenges facing the industry today and tomorrow.

We look forward to seeing you in Rouen either as a conference speaker, exhibitor or attendee.

Yours sincerely,
 
Dr Noureddine Guerrassi, Chief Engineer Advanced Injection & Combustion Engineering - Delphi Automotive
 

COMMITTEES

Conference chair
Noureddine Guerrassi | Delphi Automotive
  Chairmen
Manolis Gavaises | City University London
Federico Millo | Politecnico di Torino
Amin Velji | Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
   
         

Organising committee
Philippe Bernet | Renault
Jean-Marc Boulard | IAV
Pierre Duret | IFP School
Pierre-Yves Geels | AVL
Omar Hadded | Drive System Design
Emmanuel Jean | Faurecia
Jean-Christophe Lamodiere | Kistler
Geoffroy Martin | Mov’eo
Sylvain Michon | Volvo
Jean-Jacques Milesi | Dynergia
Gaëtan Monnier | IFP Energies Nouvelles

Sébastien Potteau | Valeo

Erwann Samson | Groupe PSA
Rémy Schmitt | Robert Bosch

 

Scientific committee
Nadim Andraos | FEV
Christophe Bouly | Faurecia
Gilles Baustert | Scania
Giovanni Cipolla | Poiltecnico di Torino
Gaetano de Paola | IFP Energies Nouvelles
Bertrand Demortier | Continental Automotive
Frédéric Dionnet | CERTAM
Carlos Guardiola | Universidat Politecnica de Valencia
Neville S. Jackson | Ricardo
François Jaussi | Liebherr

Thomas Koch | Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Marc Lejeune | Volvo
Jan Macek | Czech Technical University

 

 

Juergen Manns | IAV
Nicolas Marie | John Deere

Kyoungdoug Min | Seoul National University
Ali Mohammadi | Toyota Motor Europe
Virginie Morel | Aramco
Jérôme Mortal | Jaguar Land Rover
Philippe Pelletier | Renault
Jean-Charles Ricaud | Arts et Métiers ParisTech
Daniel Roettger | Ford Research Centre Aachen

Vincent Rosenstiehl | AVL-LMM

Jean-Sébastien Roux | Honeywell
Bianca Maria Vaglieco | Istituto Motori - CNR

Michael Weissbäck | AVL

 

TECHNICAL VISITS → 31 MAY

 

14:00 and 15:00 > CERTAM (Aerothermic and Internal Combustion Engine Technological Research Centre)

 

CERTAM activity gathers advisory and expertise as well as engine testing (for light and heavy duty applications) in our dynamic test cells or on industrial site in the fields of:

• Metrology of fuel consumption and CO2 emission on dynamic conditions (NEDC, WLTC,…).
• Engine emission characterization (regulated and unregulated).
• Exhaust post-treatment assessment (DPF, SCR, NOx trapping,…).
• Fuel/Air mixture preparation and internal aerodynamic by laser metrology.
• Standard metrology (T, P, blow-by, stability,…).
• Friction.
• Metrology of particle (SMPS, ELPI, TEOM, PCS 2010…) and Air quality.
• Toxicological pollutant emission assessment.
• Prototypes testing.

     
     
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14:00 > RENAULT CLÉON PLANT

 

Cléon works for the Renault-Nissan Alliance and has 37 customer sites worldwide. A total 60% of its output is for Renault, and 40% for other brands (Nissan, Dacia, Renault Samsung Motors, Infiniti, Daimler  and Opel).

 

The site’s activity is based on Gazoline and Diesel engine and gearboxe families, including die casting.

Since  2015, the plant is proud to produce the R240 engine, the Electric Powertrain 100% Renault
In 2015, the site manufactured more than one million of these products.

     
     
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Keynote speakers & panelists

Laurent BENOIT

Laurent BENOIT

Groupe UTAC CERAM

CEO

Gerhard BUSCHMANN

Gerhard BUSCHMANN

IAV GmbH

Executive Vice President

Christian CHAPELLE

Christian CHAPELLE

Groupe PSA / SVP - Powertrain & Chassis Engineering

Olivier FERLIN

Olivier FERLIN

Volvo Group Trucks Technology

Vice President, Powertrain Engineering Lyon

Ron LEE

Ron LEE

Jaguar Lang Rover

Director of Powertrain Engineering

Pierre MACAUDIERE

Pierre MACAUDIERE

Groupe PSA

Senior Expert Aftertreatment Systems and Fuels

Stefan  PISCHINGER

Stefan PISCHINGER

FEV GmbH

CEO & President

Alain RAPOSO

Alain RAPOSO

Groupe PSA / Powertrain and Chassis Engineering SVP

After graduating from two leading French institutes: INSA (Institut National des Sciences Appliqués) and IFP School (1986), Alain Raposo joined Renault in 1987, where he held various positions in Powertrain Design and Technology Division before moving, in 2005, to Nissan in Japan where he was appointed Senior Manager in charge of lower base engine structure development.

 

In 2009, he returned to Renault as Vice President, Powertrain Design and Technology Development then, in 2012, he became VP in charge of Alliance Powertrain Planning office, coordinating Renault-Nissan powertrain strategy. In 2014 he became Alliance Global VP in charge of Renault-Nissan Powertrain and EV Engineering.

 

In 2017 he joined PSA Groupe, in charge of EV Programs and Strategy.  He was appointed to his current position at the PSA Groupe, Engineering Division, in April 2018.

Andreas SCHAMEL

Andreas SCHAMEL

Ford

Director of Global Powertrain, Research and Advanced Engineering

Terutoshi  TOMODA

Terutoshi TOMODA

Toyota

General Manager - Advance Powertrain Development

Martin VERSCHOOR

Martin VERSCHOOR

Delphi Automotive

Vice President Engineering, Powertrain Systems

Michael WEISSBÄCK

Michael WEISSBÄCK

AVL

Deputy Vice President

Thomas WINTRICH

Thomas WINTRICH

Robert Bosch

Senior Vice President Engineering

Diesel Systems - Business Unit Passenger Cars

Programme

Access & accommodation

conference venue

INSA de ROUEN
Technopole du Madrillet - Avenue de l'Université
76800 SAINT-ETIENNE-DU-ROUVRAY - France
Tél. +33 (0)2 32 95 97 00

www.insa-rouen.fr

 

 

 

TRANSPORTATION

 

Paris → Rouen

70 minutes by car (from Porte Maillot)

90 minutes by car from CDG Airport

80 minutes by car from Orly Airport

 

parking  Free carpark in front of the conference venue

 

 

 

 

Paris → Rouen

70 minutes by train (from Saint-Lazare Station)

 

Public transportation: stop at TECHNOPOLE 

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