Due to the escalation of the COVID-19 pandemic, the PMC5 organising committee have made the decision to postpone the conference to September 2022.
Submissions for papers and poster presentations for the PMC
2020 Conference are now being invited.
Research papers reporting on new developments in powertrain design, modelling and control for conventional, hybrid and electric vehicles.
Industry and development papers reporting on actual developments of technology, products, systems and solutions.
In addition, PMC 2020 solicits special session proposals to stimulate in depth discussions in special areas relevant to the conference theme.
- Electric Drivetrains
- Hybrid Powertrains
- System Identification and Control
- Powertrain Optimization
- Emission Legislation
- Powertrain / engine / Vehicle testing
- Fuel Cell
- Noise, Vibration and Harshness
- Co Simulation, FMI, FMU integration
- Thermal Management
- Combustion Engine Modelling
- Performance / Drivability / Drive Cycles
- ECU development
- Mapping and Calibration
- Hardware in Loop testing
- Driveline and Transmission
- Tribology and Friction
|Abstract submission:||28th March 2020|
|Abstract acceptance:||15th April 2020|
|Submission of Full Paper:||25th May 2020|
|Notification of acceptance:||15th June 2020|
|Final paper:||30th June 2020|
|Registration:||1st August 2020|
|Conference||15th to 17th September 2020|
Our 4th and final keynote lecture of the day is from Dr. Chang Soo Kim (Head of Fuel Cell Research – Korean Institute of Energy).
Dr Kim is guiding us through the latest research on hydrogen fuel cells from Korea, including FCHEVs from Hyundai, infrastructure developments and static applications.
Our third keynote lecture is from Prof. Dr. techn. Christian Beidl, Head of Institute for Internal Combustion Engines and Powertrain Systems at Darmstadt University of Technology.
Prof. Beidl is discussing the challenges the automotive industry faces in the next 10-12 years.
Policy is an important topic for reducing emissions in the automotive industry. Our second keynote is from Dr. Dimitrios Savvidis (Directorate General of Climate Action – European Commission).
Dr Savvidis is introducing VECTO, a simulation tool for assessing emissions from heavy duty vehicles (HDVs).
Fuel cells are a big topic at this year’s conference. Our first keynote session is from Dr. Chris Dudfield – (CTO – Intelligent Energy).
Dr Dudfield is currently guiding us through Intelligent Energy’s experience developing hydrogen fuel cells over the past 17 years, their acheivements, and plans for the future.
Please note that timing and running order are still provisional and subject to change.