Scientific experts from the Joint Research Centre at the European Commission have confirmed to present the JRC’s latest research findings at the 10th Integer Emissions Summit Europe. The conference will be taking place on the 17-19th June at Hilton Dusseldorf, Germany.
Dr. Theodoros Vlachos, Scientific/Technical Officer, Institute for Energy and Transport, will give an update on the testing methodologies applied for real-driving emissions (RDE) control and the improvements made on PEMs testing for light-duty vehicles and passenger cars.
Dr. Biagio Ciuffo, Scientific Officer, Institute for Environment and Sustainability, will provide an insight into the transition towards the World Harmonized Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP). The WLTP test cycle was recently adopted by the World Forum for Harmonization of Vehicle Regulations(WP.29) for measuring fuel consumption and CO2 emissions from vehicles under 3.5 tons in the future.
The session’s speakers include industry experts from leading government bodies, vehicle manufacturers and technology suppliers. The conference will further investigate OEM’s strategies for Euro 6 compliance, improvements in fuel efficiency and CO2 emissions reduction and the adoption of aftertreatment solutions.
Current confirmed speakers include;
- Dr.Theodoros Vlachos, Scentific/Technical Officer, Joint Research Centre – European Commission
- Dr. Biagio Ciuffo, Scientific Officer, Joint Research Centre – European Commission
- Pierre Macaudiere, Senior Scientist for aftertreatment, PSA Peugeot Citroen
- Michael Fischer, Section Leader Powetrain Technology, Honda R&D Europe
- Dr. Rainer Vogt, Team Leader, Environment & Health, Ford Research& Advanced Engineering Europe
- Ignacio Garcia-Lorenzana, Technical Lead SCR/DEF Systems, Adam Opel AG.
- Dr. Thomas Garbe, Team Leader, Petrol and Diesel Fuels, Volkswagen AG
The conference will bring together over 250 attendees from across the diesel emissions supply chain to gain vital information and participate in discussions on vital issues that shape the industry. The conference addresses issues across the heavy-duty commercial vehicle, non-road, passenger car and marine sectors, as well as hosting the AdBlue Forum.
The full programme and registration details can be found here.