International Congress : SIA POWERTRAIN 2024

  • 19 - 20 June 2024
  • Lille Grand Palais

Introduction

bandeau PWT 2024

The need for a rapid reduction of greenhouse gas emissions is leading to an unprecedented transformation of the automotive industry. Powertrain technologies are key to support this transformation whilst responding to the evolution of mobility needs and assuring its affordability.

It all starts with the production and distribution of electricity, hydrogen and other future CO2 neutral fuels. The materials and resources used to produce and handle such new energies and powertrains are crucial and form the backbone of this new ecosystem.

The automotive value chain is profoundly transformed. Numerous collaborations, joint ventures, private initiatives, and projects supported by public authorities are supporting this transformation.

Major questions need to be addressed. Where does the energy come from and how do we make most efficient use of it? What about the accessibility to raw materials? Can recycling be a solution and what about the environmental footprint? How does the usage of mobility evolve in various parts of the world and how do we keep it affordable? And how to make best usage of the current fleet of vehicles and make them contribute to CO2 reduction?  

As engineers we cope with such challenges through innovations and developments in the field of battery electric propulsion systems and components, hydrogen powertrains, a variety of CO2 neutral fuels, eco-design, recycling, new mobility solutions and many more innovations. All this in the context of an efficient, clean and affordable mobility.

The 36th SIA POWERTRAIN // Lille 2024 conference will address the full spectrum of technologies for applications ranging from short range small urban mobility up to long range commercial vehicles.

The SIA POWERTRAIN conference is recognized by automotive stakeholders as an exceptional and unique technical event. International OEMs, Tier-1 suppliers, Engineering Companies, and many more will share their latest technologies, projects and results.

The June 2024 edition, for the first time, will move to a new location in France. Lille is located nearby numerous new plants, development centers and initiatives taken by the automotive industry to support these new powertrains. The conference will take place in the city center and provides plenty of opportunity to have a drink and continue exchanging with your peers before and after the conference days.

After the very successful Paris 2023 edition, with more than 700 participants, we invite you to join us on this new adventure in Lille.

Conference chair

Joël Op de Beeck, OPmobility (chairman)

Christian Chapelle, EX-STELLANTIS (co-chairman)

 

STEERING CHAIR

Philippe Bernet, SIA
Frédéric Charon, SIA

Philippe China, TOTALEnergies

Noureddine Guerrassi, ESTACA

Emmanuel Jean, FORVIA

Bertrand Largy, SIA

Dominique Martineau, VITESCO

Gaëtan Monnier, IFP EN

Martin Pierrelée, SIA

Sophie Personnaz, VALEO

Marc Lejeune, VOLVO

Program

08:00

Welcome coffee

Plenary session SIA: Frederic Charon
08:30

Welcome introduction

Frédéric Charon - SIA

08:35

Opening address

Joël OP DE BEECK – OPmobility; conference chairman

08:50

EV Ecosystem in North of France

Yann PITOLLET - Nord France Invest; CEO

09:20

Opening panel session : Competencies and Resources in a vehicle industry revolution

Frédéric Charon - SIA; Moderator

Nicolas Balland - ARIA; Territorial Delegate for R&D and Innovation
Aurore Breton - ACC; HR Development Director
Nadine Guerin-Roquel - LHH; Programs Director / Key Account Manager for Automotive and Aerospace
Gilles Moreau - Verkor; Chief Open Innovation & Sustainability Officer

10:30

Coffee Break in the exhibition & test drives

Battery architecture OPmobility : Yannick Raynaud Carbon free fuel optimized solutions Phinia : Guillaume Meissonnier & IAV : Marc Sens Electric Powertrain: Transmission & Dynamics Ultima: Jerome Mortal & SIA: Olivier Coppin LCA / Eco-design Forvia : Emmanuel Jean
11:30

Cell performance vs. thermal propagation in EV batteries: Finding the right balance between range and safety

Brahim Soltani - IAV

11:30

Development of a dedicated Hydrogen combustion system for heavy duty application

Vincent Giuffrida - IFPEN

11:30

Metamodel-based multi-range electric vehicle powertrain optimization

Mehdi Djami - Stellantis

11:30

No PCF reporting without PCF verification; two sides of the same medal!

Ansgar Christ - Bosch

12:00

AC battery prototype for EV and stationary markets (IBIS Technology)

Francis Roy - Stellantis

12:00

HyMot:  H2 democar optimized for light commercial vehicle applications with near-zero emissions

Olivier Coureau - Ampere

12:00

Affordable multi speed powershift reducer for electrified axle

Paolo Viola - Valeo

12:00

Material sustainability evaluation through Life Cycle Assessment: Opportunities and current limitations

Eric Droulez - Valeo

12:30

BMS on a chip

Gesa Brahm - Munich Electrification

12:30

Hydrogen Combustion Engine hybridization : challenges and solutions towards optimal efficiency and lowest emissions

Badr-Din Lahmoumi – OPmobility

12:30

Improved lateral dynamics of BEVs - Alternatives to torque vectoring

Cyrille Lenain - GKN Automotive

12:30

Circular economy in the hydrogen storage system design

Fabrice Gautier - Forvia

13:00

Lunch break in the exhibition

Electric machine and control design Vitesco: Olivier Pola & Schaeffler: Luc Mueller Battery Design ACC : Masato Origuchi & EasyLi : François Barsacq ICE emissions improvement FEV : Thomas Körfer, & Rémy Schmitt Power Electronics STMicroelectronics: Manuel Gaertner & Renault Group: Olivier Ploix
14:30

Magneto-Mechanical topology optimization of a synchronous reluctance motor

Alessandro Silvestrini - Centrale Supelec

14:30

Swelling of Li-ion batteries: mechanical and acoustic characterizations

Joseph Martin - IFPEN


14:30

Exhaust aftertreatment system development to achieve Euro 7 compliance with the heavy-duty AVL hydrogen Engine


Neil Jason Kunder - AVL     

14:30

Trends and opportunities in power inverter for BEV architectures

Ayman Ayad - Vitesco Technologies

 

15:00

Simultaneous product and process development for EESM rotors – from ideas to series

Gianpierro Vanzetti - Marsilli

15:00

Selective metallization of copper connectors for electrical applications thanks to conventional laser welding

David Mercs - LISI Automotive

15:00

Assessment of different SCR catalysts for a Hydrogen fueled Internal Combustion Engine

Christian Tomanik – Umicore

15:00

Investigation of EMI shielding in plastic power electronic boxes

Nicolas NIVARD - Novares

15:30

Harmonic-force ROM extraction methodology for NVH behavior estimation and control

Sebastien Desharnais - Ansys
Sujana Dasara - Stellantis

15:30

Probing and understanding of failure mechanisms of Lithium batteries 

Rémy Christin - Serma Technologies

15:30

Connectivity – A game changer in fleet monitoring

Christian Vigild - Ford Research and Innovation   

15:30

Loop heat pipe technology for enhanced cooling in automotive electronics

Antoine de Ryckel - Calyos

16:00

Coffee break in the exhibition & test drives

Powertrain evolution & Trends TotalEnergies : Philippe China; IFPEN : Gaëtan Monnier Battery simulation Vitesco Technologies: Dominique Martineau Electrification for commercial vehicle SIA: Bertrand Largy & Stellantis: Nicolas Leclere Electrical Machines Valeo : Paul Armiroli & Centrale Supelec : Maya Hage Hassan
17:00

Global change in the car industry

Cyril Bourguignon - Stellantis

17:00

A multi-fidelity and multi-physics approach to simulate the venting phenomena during a thermal runaway event

Yogesh Nalam - Gamma Technologies

17:00

A greener disconnect for electric drivetrains


Roel Verhoog - Valeo

17:00

Materials and design for a high-power density axial flux motor

Jean-Philippe LECOINTE - Université d'Artois

17:30

Perspective on future powertrains and zoom on EV latest design trends

Thomas Morel - McKinsey

17:30

A digital twin to support the development of advanced thermal management solution for Battery Electric Vehicles

Luciano Rolando - Politecnico di Torino

17:30

Optimization of light commercial vehicle thermal management via multi-physics simulation

Simone Biagiola  - GammaTech Engineering
Mohsen Mirzaeian  - Iveco

17:30

Improved axial flux motor thermal management for electric traction applications

Gianluca ZITO - IFPEN

18:00

Fuels of the future - How the necessary shift towards low carbon energies will shape the mobility sector?

Tetiana Salivon - KPMG

18:00

A virtual testing architecture for BMS calibration, system validation and optimization
Gerald Sammer - AVL

18:00

Innovative series hybrid drivetrain: Enhancing last-mile delivery with FreeDrive pedal generator

Mario Vondracek - Schaeffler

18:00

Thermal behavior and its design impact for externally excited axial flux machines

Lukas Kirzinger - Vitesco Technologies

18:30

Cocktail in the exhibition & test drives

20:00

Gala dinner

Registration

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Exhibition

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START UP VILLAGE :

 

You work at a startup or an innovative young company ?

Grab the opportunity to join the key industry players at the main French event dedicated to powertrain technologies.

We have devised a special «all in one» package for a bargain 1 500 € fee:

  • 2 day access for one team member
    (additional member price upon
    application)
  • Your private desk at the Start-Up
    village personalized with your visual
    identity
  • Extended exposition to the
    participants with a full page with your
    contents on SIA’s digital platform

 

 Download the document : https://bit.ly/42Ne6tC

 

Exhibitors

  • A2mac1

    A2mac1

  • Ansys

    Ansys

    If you've ever seen a rocket launch, flown on an airplane, driven a car, used a computer, touched a mobile device, crossed a bridge, or put on wearable technology, chances are you've used a product where Ansys software played a critical role in its creation. Ansys is the global leader in engineering simulation.
  • APPLUS IDIADA

    APPLUS IDIADA

  • Arnold Fastening

    Arnold Fastening

  • AVL

    AVL

    AVL Advanced Simulation Technologies propose des solutions de simulation pour le développement des groupes motopropulseurs électrifiés ou électriques et des véhicules. Elles fournissent des informations haute définition sur le comportement et les interactions des composants, des systèmes et des véhicules entiers. Utilisées seules ou combinées à d'autres méthodologies et outils tiers, elles aident à créer des produits innovateurs dans un minimum de temps.
  • Bomatec

    Bomatec

    25 years of experience and success in the market have made Bomatec an important partner of leading industrial groups. We support our customers in development and manufacture the products that are incorporated in the customer applications of tomorrow. Our teams are trained to address the needs of our customers, understand the challenges and accurately implement specifications according to customer requirements.
  • Bruel & Kjaer

    Bruel & Kjaer

  • CEA

    CEA

  • Cetim

    Cetim

    Cetim, the Technical Centre for Mechanical Industry, was established in France in 1965 in order to improve companiesÂ' competitiveness through mechanical engineering, transfer of innovations and advanced manufacturing solutions.
  • CIRTEM

    CIRTEM

  • CREATIQUE

    CREATIQUE

  • CRITT M2A

    CRITT M2A

  • DESSIA

    DESSIA

  • DIAMFAB

    DIAMFAB

  • dSpace

    dSpace

    dSPACE est une société pionnière et innovante qui développe et distribue des outils matériels et logiciels intégrés pour le développement et le test de calculateurs et de contrôleurs mécatroniques. Les systèmes dSPACE sont aussi bien utilisés dans l’industrie automobile, l’industrie aéronautique que le secteur des équipements de contrôle. Nous aidons nos clients à relever les challenges des applications d’aide à la conduite, de conduite autonome ainsi que d’électromobilité. La liste des clients dSPACE comprend pratiquement tous les principaux constructeurs et fournisseurs du domaine automobile.
  • DUMAREY

    DUMAREY

  • EASYLI BATTERIES

    EASYLI BATTERIES

  • EKK Eagle Industry

    EKK Eagle Industry

    Our focus on development and improvement make us an accredited partner to the automotive and construction equipment industry. We provide solutions that control, dampen, protect and seal. EKK Eagle Industry Co., Ltd. focuses on quality and functional reliability in terms of products processes and partnership.
  • ELECTROMOB

    ELECTROMOB

  • Emitech Group

    Emitech Group

    The multitude of testing environments available in our centres (mechanical, environmental, physical and chemical, electrical, electromagnetic, radio frequency, hydraulic, acoustic etc.), our capacity to meet the strictest requirements for high-risk systems (on-board safety systems, weapons systems, nuclear facilities etc.), our technical accreditations (COFRAC - French Accreditation Committee) and our regulatory credentials (Certified Body for CE Marking, CBTL for the CB Scheme) all combine to make us unique.
  • ENTROVIEW

    ENTROVIEW

  • FEV

    FEV

  • FORVIA

    FORVIA

    FORVIA is an automotive technology group at the heart of smarter and more sustainable mobility.<br />
    We bring together expertise in electronics, clean mobility, lighting, interiors, seating, and lifecycle solutions to drive change in the automotive industry.<br />
    With a history stretching back more than a century, we are the seventh-largest global automotive supplier, employing more than 150,000 people in more than 40 countries. YouÂ'll find our technology in around one in every two vehicles produced anywhere in the world.<br />
    Our mission is to pioneer technology for mobility experiences that matter to people. ThatÂ's because we believe mobility is at the heart of peopleÂ's lives and what matters to them: moving freely and caring for the planet, in their own way.<br />
    As technological innovation and the need for sustainability transform the automotive industry, we are ideally positioned to deliver solutions that will enhance the lives of road-users everywhere.<br />
  • Gamma Technologies

    Gamma Technologies

  • GKN AUTOMOTIVE

    GKN AUTOMOTIVE

  • GREENMOT

    GREENMOT

  • Hilite

    Hilite

  • IAV

    IAV

  • IFP Energies Nouvelles

    IFP Energies Nouvelles

  • INDEV MOBILITY

    INDEV MOBILITY

  • IPG Automotive

    IPG Automotive

  • KST Motorenversuch

    KST Motorenversuch

  • LISI AUTOMOTIVE

    LISI AUTOMOTIVE

  • MAINTCONTROL

    MAINTCONTROL

  • MARSILLI

    MARSILLI

  • MathWorks

    MathWorks

    Accelerating the pace of engineering and science. MathWorks est le principal éditeur de logiciels de calcul scientifique et technique, pour les ingénieurs et les scientifiques.
  • MS Schramberg

    MS Schramberg

  • NextMove

    NextMove

    The competitiveness cluster dedicated to the mobility of the future<br />
    <br />
    Located in Normandy and Paris area, NextMove embodies, animates and promotes the “Mobility Valley”, a European area of excellence where solutions are invented, developed, tested and industrialized to meet the challenges of the mobility of the future. Bringing together the main players in mobility and the automotive industry, NextMove forges links between major groups, SMEs, start-ups, universities, laboratories and territories and supports them in setting up and financing their projects. It is a unique network where sustainable collaborations are built within a rapidly changing ecosystem.
  • OP MOBILITY

    OP MOBILITY

  • Particleworks Europe

    Particleworks Europe

  • PCB PIEZOTRONICS

    PCB PIEZOTRONICS

  • PHINIA

    PHINIA

  • PSEVEN

    PSEVEN

  • SAB INDUSTRIES

    SAB INDUSTRIES

  • Schaeffler

    Schaeffler

  • SERMA ENERGY

    SERMA ENERGY

  • Siemens

    Siemens

  • TDK

    TDK

  • TECHNOCOMPOUND

    TECHNOCOMPOUND

  • TotalEnergies

    TotalEnergies

  • TYPHOON HIL

    TYPHOON HIL

  • Valeo

    Valeo

  • Vector

    Vector

    Vector est le partenaire par excellence pour tout ce qui concerne le développement de l'électronique embarquée ceci depuis presque 30 ans. Plus de 1900 collaborateurs répartis sur 24 sites dans le monde entier sont au service des constructeurs et des fournisseurs de lÂ'industrie automobile ainsi que des secteurs apparentés en leur proposant une plateforme professionnelle composée dÂ'outillage, de composants de logiciels et de prestations de service pour la mise au point de systèmes embarqués.
  • Vitesco Technologies

    Vitesco Technologies

    Vitesco Technologies formerly (until September 2019) the Continental Powertrain Division, brings together the full spectrum of ContinentalÂ's drivetrain technology expertise. The companyÂ's aim is to develop innovative, efficient electrification technologies for all types of vehicle.

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