15th Conference: The Working Process of the Internal Combustion Engine
24-25 September 2015, Congress Graz
The first Working Process of the Internal Combustion Engine conference was held to celebrate Prof. Anton Pischinger’s 80th birthday in 1987. Initiated and directed by Prof. Rudolf Pischinger, this first event has evolved into a well-established conference series. This May, Rudolf Pischinger celebrated his 80th birthday, which is why the 15th conference is dedicated to him.
The focus of the conference has remained the same since the start: the thermodynamic working process and the key topics of efficiency, environmental impact, and power density. Completely new or much more stringent requirements that until recently it was thought could hardly be met – for example emissions close to the limit of detection, extreme CO2 targets, RDE – can and must be achieved with new concepts and development methods.
44 presentations by international researchers will deal with current progress, solutions, and approaches; a parallel section is specifically devoted to large engines. In addition to offering information about the latest technology, the conference provides a forum for exchange about topics such as different engine categories and applications.
You are cordially invited to participate in this meeting of experts to discuss the future of internal combustion engines!
CONFERENCE DIRECTORS: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Helmut Eichlseder (IVT) and Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Andreas Wimmer (LEC)
LINK to WEBSITE: http://ivt.tugraz.at/conference2015