Symposium for Combustion ControlWaltraud Hostettler
The automotive world is facing rapid changes. Real world driving emissions are in the focus of the public, well-established technologies are reassessed and new players enter the global market. To achieve a sustainable and green mobility the development of efficient and clean combustion engines is one of the key requirements. Most of the promising and novel approaches require innovative closed-loop control approaches, detailed physical models, powerful control logics and new sensor concepts.
The Symposium for Combustion Control was established in 2015 to foster the interaction between the scientific community and the automotive industry. Its focus are the latest theoretical and application driven developments for the control of next generation combustion engines. Due to its high reputation among researchers and the industry, Aachen is an excellent venue for this event.
After two exciting and successful symposia in 2015 and 2016, the third
Symposium for Combustion Control will take place on June 28th-29th, 2017. Professor Christopher Onder (ETH Zurich), Dr. Michael Krüger (Robert Bosch GmbH) and Professor Bengt Johansson (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology) will support the presentation program with their keynote speeches.
We would like to thank you the DFG (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft) for their financial support. www.dfg.de