Congratulations to our winners of the FPC2018 Poster Competition.
At this year’s Future Powertrain Conference, we gave you the opportunity to present your work to the key decision makers and developers of technology in the automotive industry, with the best poster presentations having the opportunity to win up to £200.
Here are our winners:
Vehicle Energy Recovery through an Intelligent Turbo Assist System – £200 – Dezong Zhao, Edward Winward & Byron Mason, Loughborough University
A novel Distributed HiL Solution for HEV Development – £150 – Samuel De Guido, Digital Engineering & Test Centre
Real Time Engine Modelling & Dynamic Optimisation – £100 – Wen Gu, Loughborough University
Congratulations to our winners, and thank you to everyone who took part.
As you may remember, in December we announced that FPC2018 had partnered with the publishers of Energy Engineering Magazine, to produce an FPC2018 Special Edition which would feature in the February issue of their Low Carbon Vehicle magazine.
We are pleased to announce the magazine is OUT NOW!
You can read our special feature here.
We’d like to say a special thank you to the publishers of Energy Engineering for featuring FPC2018 in their magazine!
To find out more about the Energy Engineering Magazine, visit their website: http://energyengineering.co.uk/
We are very pleased to announce that FPC2018 have partnered with the publishers of Energy Engineering who will be producing a “Future Powertrain Conference 2018 Special Edition” which will feature in the February issue of their Low Carbon Vehicle magazine
Energy Engineering Magazine prides itself on providing informed news, comment and analysis on a fast-moving industry that is significant from an engineering, environmental, and political perspective.
The magazine will include editorial information from FPC2018 exhibitors, recent press releases, case studies, and profiles of work which exhibitors are working on in this sector.
To find out more about Energy Engineering Magazine, go to their website at http://energyengineering.co.uk/.
We are pleased to announce that Stefan Berger, Director for Electrification, Jaguar Land Rover, will present a Keynote Speech at the Future Powertrain Conference 2018.
Stefan Berger joined Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) as Director, Electrification, in October 2017. In this role he plays a vital role in JLR’s electrification journey – leading and coordinating both the electrification of the product portfolio and related activities like charging infrastructure development and the creation of new business models around electrification.
Stefan started his career in consulting before moving on to the The Linde Group where he was Executive Assistant to the CEO and a member of the Corporate Strategy Team with a focus on large scale investment projects. In 2010, Stefan joined JLR as Corporate Strategy Director. He held this role until 2013. From 2014 to 2017 Stefan was on an assignment at JLR’s parent company Tata Sons where he was Vice President in the Chairman’s Office, working with Tata Group companies on Business Development opportunities and strategic projects.
Stefan holds a PhD in Information Systems from the University of Regensburg, Germany, and a Diploma in Business Administration of the University of Passau, Germany.
The FPC2017 Seminar Programme is now live!
You can view the programme here.
You are now able to submit your 100 word abstract for the FPC2017 Poster Competition.
If you would like to submit your abstract please go to Call for Poster Submissions.
We would like to announce our first FPC2017 Keynote Speaker, Steve Gill – Director, Powertrain, Ford of Europe.
The Supporter Packages now available.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or mobile 07948375746 for more information.
The session themes for FPC2017 are now available to view here.