Tuesday, November 7
Began his research career as a PhD student and has been studying the use of alternative fuels for over 10 years. Currently he is working at the Istituto Motori, investigating the application of alcohols and gaseous fuels in spark ignition engines, as well as developing automotive type components such as high energy ignition systems. Other interests include quasi-dimensional simulation of internal combustion engines, investigation of knock and pre-ignition events, along with overall optimization of energy systems.
Thomas Lagö is presently Chairman and Chief Scientist of the company Qirra Sound Technologies Europe AB. He has more than 40 years of industrial experience, holding several executive and sales-marketing positions in international companies, including Hewlett-Packard (now Agilent Technologies). Lagö has held multiple post-doctorate degrees (adjunct professor) in Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Physics. He is the author of more than 300 scientific papers and holds more than 25 patents/patent applications and has been involved in many industrial R&D projects, often in collaboration with universities. Lagö has been involved in several scientific committees including IMAC1, SAE2, ICSV3, SVIB4 et.al. He has been a Director for IIAV, International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration but also a member of IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), SEM (Society for Experimental Mechanics), IIAV (International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration) and ASA (Acoustical Society of America) and is involved in multiple standardization groups. Lagö received an award in 1999 for the successful work of involving Blekinge Institute of Technology in collaborative research projects together with industry and given a 10 million dollar funding. The award was given by the Blekinge county industry group. Lagö was also awarded the “Best Poster Paper Award,” at the 16th Symposium on Vehicle Dynamics held at the International Association for Vehicle System Dynamics, held in Pretoria, South Africa, September 1999.
1 IMAC, International Modal Analysis Conference, A Society for Mechanical Engineers, SEM arrangement.
2 Society for Automotive Engineering, NVC and SETC
3 ICSV, International Conference for Sound and Vibration, the International Institute of Acoustics and Vibration, IIAV.
4 SVIB, The Scandinavian Vibration Society.
– Study of Mechanical Engineering in Austria, Assistant on the Technical University, Vienna
– Ph.D. about combustion in SI-engines D diesel injection systems, diesel combustion, Voest Alpine Friedmann, Austria
– Since 1989, professor for thermodynamics and IC-engines, head of the laboratory for emission gas control, University of Applied Sciences, Biel-Bienne, Switzerland
– Member of Societies of Automotive Engineering SAE: USA, Switzerland, Austria, Poland
– Swiss Delegate to the IEA Implementing Agreement Advanced Motor Fuels, 2004 – 2015.
– Honorary Member PTNSS Polish Scientific Society of Combustion Engines, 2007
– Professional Fellow of European Science Society of Powertrain and Transport KONES, 2008
– Nominated for SAE Fellow 2009
– Author & Coauthor of more than 240 technical
publications: engine technology, emissions & environment.
10/1995 – 10/2000: Student of Mechanical Engineering at University Karlsruhe (now: KIT)
10/2000: Diplom in Mechanical Engineering Dipl.-Ing. (similar to M.Sc.)
Since 3/2009: Professor for “Automotive Technology and Machine Elements with focus on Internal Combustion Engines” at University of Applied Sciences Karlsruhe (HsKA)
9/2014 – 2/2015: Research Semester at Universiti Malaysia Pahang (UMP), Malaysia: Experimental Research on Water Injection Strategies for Diesel Engines; Design of Experience and Optimisation (DoE)
2006 Ford-PhD-Award 2005: best automotive PhD thesis at Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
2015 Project-of-the-Month – April 2015, “E-Wiki”, Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety.
2015 HsKA Research Award 2015, Project team: “ProSolarDSKM“: zero emission, solar powered, steam based air-condition system.
STIHL builds on experience.
Founded in 1926 by Andreas Stihl as a one-man company, STIHL has branched out to be a world leader in the portable outdoor power equipment industry. We’ve held onto our values as we’ve grown, believing progress demands strong roots in order to flourish in a meaningful way.As a family-owned business with great global impact, sustainability is built into the structure of our company. STIHL is grounded in tradition and its ability to innovate.
Address: Stuttgarter Str. 80, 71332 Waiblingen, Germany
MS4-Analysentechnik supplies engine exhaust gas- and particulate instrumentation. Robust, fast and selective the IMR-MS gas analyzer targets volatile HC, N2, Nx and Sx components at a wide dynamic range in application i.e. alternative fuel, cat efficiency, cat poisoning, oil consumption, oil dilution. A Quantum Cascade Laser analyzer can be configured for special applications. Engine design and calibration purposes are served by ultrafast response gas NDIR/CLD/FID analyzers. The application sub 23nm aerosol measurement is covered by the particle size spectrometer. EU6/US1065 compliant partial flow dilution tunnel targets gravimetric filter weighing applications. PM- and PN-Sensor technology is available for test bench and RDE use.
Address: Am Sandberg 20, 35519 Rockenberg, Germany
Booth number: 10
Cambustion’s fast-response gas and particulate analyzers offer HC, NOx, CO/CO2 and particulate mass & number measurements, enabling engineers worldwide to understand engine operation and meet emissions targets, including real world driving. Rapid mapping and transient mapping capabilities offer cost effective routes to emissions compliance.
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Intertek Carnot Emission Services is a research, development, testing, durability and certification facility specializing in the off-road engine industry which produces exhaust emissions that are regulated by EPA. Intertek has many years of emissions experience on engines ranging from 300 W to more than 1500 kW. This experience includes lawn and garden, utility, marine, on-highway, agricultural, material handling, marine, locomotive, and other engine applications fueled by gasoline, NG, LPG, diesel, and E85. Intertek also fabricates specialty test rigs and provides electro-mechanical integration with NI integrated control systems. Intertek CES is a proud provider of ISO 17025 accredited calibration service capabilities.
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Czerwinski Jan, Univ of Applied Sciences Biel-Bienne
Di Iorio Silvana, Istituto Motori CNR
Dohner Brent, Lubrizol Corp
Douglas Roy, Queen’s Univ of Belfast
Duret Pierre, IFP School
Ferrara Giovanni, Univ of Florence
Fosaaen Ken, Kerdea Technologies
Fuerlinger Josef, BRP-Powertrain GmbH & Co KG
Gentili Roberto, Universiti Pisa – DESTEC
Ghandhi Jaal, Univ of Wisconsin Madison
Giorgetti Alessandro, University Guglielmo Marconi
Iijima Akira, Nihon University
Irimescu Adrian, Istituto Motori CNR
Ishibashi Masaaki, Honda R&D Co Ltd
Ishigami Hidetoshi, Yamaha Marine Co Ltd
Kajitani Katsuhito, Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd
Kallerhoff Tobias, Robert Bosch GmbH
Kasai Akihito, Honda R&D Co Ltd
Kaub Peter, Re-Sol LLC
Kee Robert, Queens University Belfast
Kirchberger Roland, Graz University of Technology
Koga Hibiki, Honda R&D Co Ltd
Kuboyama Tatsuya, Chiba Univ
Lago Thomas, QirraSound Technologies Europe AB
Litke Paul USAF
Mancaruso Ezio, Istituto Motori CNR
Mavinahally Nagesh, Meggitt Control Systems
McCullough Geoffrey, Queen’s Univ of Belfast
Meldrum Jay, Michigan Technological Univ
Merola Simona, Istituto Motori CNR
Miers Scott, Michigan Technological Univ
Mihara Yuji, Tokyo City University
Mitome Takashi, Suzuki Motor Corp
Muramatsu Yasuyuki, Yamaha Motor Co Ltd
Murase Takahito, Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd
Nakagawa Michihisa, Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd
Nehmer Daniel, John Deere Power Systems
Nishida Keiya, Univ of Hiroshima
Okazaki Tadao, Kubota Corp
Otsu Aiko, JSAE
Palmer David, Bombardier Recreational Product Inc.
Pierini Marco, Università Degli Studi di Trento
Pozzana Giuseppe, Pont-Tech scrl
Rebaudo Enrico, Continental Automotive Italy SPA
Richards Paul, Innospec
Santucci Mario, Piaggio & C SpA
Schmidt Stephan, Graz University of Technology
Shiozaki Tomoo, Honda R&D Co Ltd
Stepper Kay, Robert Bosch LLC
Strauss Sebastian, Achates Power Inc
Szczotka Tony, Robert Bosch LLC
Tartakovsky Leonid, Technion Israel Inst of Technology
Thornhill David, Queen’s Univ of Belfast
Tornatore Cinzia, Istituto Motori CNR
Wasil Jeff, Bombardier Recreational Product Inc.
Yatsufusa Tomoaki, Hiroshima Institute of Technology
Yoshida Koji, Nihon University
The group supports manufacturers as early as in the development of new vehicle generations, not to mention the continuous improvement of series production applications. Proof of our technological leadership is not least to be seen in our successes in motorsport—be it in Formula 1 or in Le Mans. Moreover, our innovative products are used in stationary applications, mobile machinery, as well as in railroad, marine, and aerospace applications. And of course, we also supply workshops and engine repair workshops with MAHLE products in original equipment quality.
Address: Pragstraße 26-46 D-70376 Stuttgart
PRUFREX is an expert in control intelligence for small engines, electric motors, burners and other electronically controlled applications. In 1988 we were the first company to achieve digital control of the ignition spark. Since then we have been driven by the question of how to improve our customers’ control and feedback. As the “brain” of the engine or device we are able to realize powerful ideas and solutions for your applications – enabling greater performance, lower emissions and greater user comfort.
Address: Egersdorfes Strasse 36, Cadolzburg 90556, Germany
Booth number: 13
Convergent Science is an innovative, rapidly expanding computational fluid dynamics (CFD) company. Our flagship product, CONVERGE, is a revolutionary CFD software with truly autonomous meshing capabilities that eliminate the grid generation bottleneck from the simulation process. Convergent Science is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, and has offices in the United States, Europe, and India and distributors worldwide.
Address: Hauptstrasse 10, Linz 4040, Austria