Tomorrow’s Vehicles: Challenge for Industry and University

The Green DRIVE Project held the Conference Tomorrow’s Vehicles: Challenge for Industry and University in Antwerp, Belgium from 22-23 September 2016.

The aim of the Conference was to bring together people from Industry and Higher Education to discuss the needs of the automotive industry and the challenges for Higher Education to fulfill these needs and to enhance research collaboration.

During the two days, 20 speakers made great presentations. They highlighted how the Joint Master’s Degree in Sustainable Automotive Engineering (JMDSAE) is a relevant answer to the needs of the automotive industry of the future.

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Conference Presentations

September 2016

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Gregory Van Barel smalkdinlogo.fw researchgate

Assistant Professor Machine Design & Automotive Engineering @ University of Antwerp, Belgium twittersmall.fw

Conference title: Introduction Day 2 – Tomorrows Vehicles: Challenges for Industry and University

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Dominique Breuil smalkdinlogo.fw researchgate

Research Director @ EIGSI La Rochelle Engineering School, France twittersmall.fw

Conference title: EU Smart Mobility and Green Vehicles Orientations

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Patrick Debal smalkdinlogo.fw researchgate

Powertrain Expert Advanced Development @ Punch Powertrain, Belgium twittersmall.fw

Conference title: Hurdles when developing, building and marketing tomorrow’s vehicle

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Florent Grelier smalkdinlogo.fw twittersmall.fw

Clean Vehicles Engineer @ Transport & Environment, Belgium twittersmall.fw

Conference title: Needs for Shifting Towards Electromobility in the Future

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Andi Isra Mahyuddin researchgate

Professor @ Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia twittersmall.fw

Conference title: Challenges on Industry and Education in Developing Countries: Case Study Indonesia

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Dimitrios Savvidis smalkdinlogo.fw researchgate twittersmall.fw

Policy Officer @ European Commission twittersmall.fw

Conference title: Future of Heavy Duty Vehicles CO2 Emissions Legislation and Fuel Consumption in Europe

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David Truyens smalkdinlogo.fw twittersmall.fw

Simulation Business Development Specialist @ Autodesk, Belgium twittersmall.fw

Conference titleThe Future of Making Things

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Sebastian Verhelst smalkdinlogo.fw

Professor of Internal Combustion Engines @ Ghent University twittersmall.fw

Conference title: The Car of the Future: Electric, but not as you might think

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