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David Heaton

Senior Engineering Specialist

Rolf Willkrans

Director of Environmental Affairs
Volvo Group

Rolf Willkrans has the position of Director Environmental Affairs at Volvo Group Headquarters in Gothenburg since 2001. His main responsibility is coordination and support of product related environmental issues and projects within the Volvo Group. Focused areas are CO2 regulation, alternative fuels and exhaust emissions. He has been with the Volvo Group since 1996, starting at Volvo Truck Corporation.

Rolf Willkrans has a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Lund University 1988. He has a broad background from several different companies covering product development, purchasing and environmental care.

Georgios Fontaras

Joint Research Center - European Commission

Panagiota Dilara

Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs
European Commission

Dr Manfred Schuckert

Head of Global Regulatory Strategy
Daimler AG

Dr. Schuckert is a well recognized expert in the field of automotive propulsion systems. He started his professional career at the University of Stuttgart in 1989 as a process engineer. From 1992 to 1998 he has been the head of the department for Life Cycle Engineering at the University of Stuttgart. In 1998 he joined EvoBus GmbH (100% subsidiary of DaimlerChrysler) as a specialist for automotive propulsion systems in the research and development department.


He was a member of a group which was directly reporting new trends for all bus propulsion systems to the Vice President Engineering. From 2000 onwards he was in parallel responsible for the coordination of all research projects within EvoBus and for the co-ordination of the CUTE project – the largest and most successful project on fuel cell busses so far world-wide and also for the Perth- and Beijing fuel cell bus trials. Within the CUTE-project he also structured and organized the different hydrogen production chains.


From 2005 onwards he was responsible within DaimlerChrysler for the development of the next fuel cell bus generation.Since the end of the last year he is responsible within Daimler AG Corporate Strategy for the regulatory strategy of all commercial vehicles with regard to emissions and safety. Within this position he overtook also the responsibility for the coordination of the UREA-infrastructure within Europe.


Due to his engagement in alternative propulsion systems Dr. Schuckert is also investigating all possibilities for alternative fuels since more than a decade. Dr. Schuckert published more than 100 scientific articles world-wide.

Pablo Mendoza Villafuerte

Technical Affairs Manager
CNH Industrial

Marco Aimo-Boot

Alternative Traction and Electrification Manager

Carlos Calvo Ambel

Transport and Energy Analyst
Transport and Environment

Dirk Jan de Bruijn

Programme Director
European Truck Platooning Challange

Stephen Inch

Senior Policy and programmes officer – Air Quality
Greater London Authority

Stephen is currently a member of the Air Quality team working for the Mayor of London. His primary areas of work are with non-road pollution emissions, including the London NRMM Low Emissions Zone.

He has previously worked for a number of London Boroughs and the Environmental Research Group at Kings College London covering the regulation of industrial emissions as well as local air quality management.

Stephen holds a Masters Degree from Imperial College London in Environmental Diagnosis.

Herbert Woopen

EU Representative
OPUS Inspection

Ricardo Suarez Bertoa

Scientific Support Officer
Joint Research Centre, European Commission

Ricardo Suarez-Bertoa received the Ph.D. degree in chemical science from the University of Milano Bicocca, Italy, in 2009. Ricardo stayed one year as visiting scientist at Rowland-Blake group at the University of California, Irvine, taking part on CARB and NASA atmospheric projects. Then, he spent two years as reseacher at Laboratoire Interuniversitaire des Systèmes Atmosphériques at U-PEC in Paris, working on the atmospheric fate of organic nitrates. He is corrently a scientific support officer at the Joint Research Center (JRC), European Commission, Ispra, Italy, and works on vehicles emissions at the Sustainable Transport Unit. His main research interests concern the study of emissions of regualted and unregulated  pollutants, as well as the use of alternative fuels and their environmental impacts.

Per Öhlund

MSc Mechanical Engineering, Road and Rail Department
Swedish Transport Agency

Anders Röj

Fuels and Lubricants Manager
Volvo Technology Corp.

Anders Röj joined Volvo Technology Corporation (Sweden) in 1989, where he heads the Fuels and Lubricants group and co-ordinates fuels activities within the Volvo Group.
Anders has more than 30 years of experience in the field of refining and fuel quality, previously working in FCC catalyst development from 1980 to 1984 (Katalistiks bv) and on performance additives for fuels and lubricants from 1984 to 1989 (ExxonChemical, Paramis). Since many years he is heavily engaged in industry activities related to fuels and lubricants, such as ACEA (Fuels & Lubricants, Chairman since 2001), EUCAR Fuels Group, CEN (Fuel Standardisation) and CEC (Development of performance tests for fuels and lubricants). Anders served as Chairman of the EU initiated BIOFRAC (Biofuels Research Advisory Council) in 2004-2006. This work subsequently lead into creation of the EU Biofuels Technology Platform (EBTP) in June 2006 and Anders is presently Vice Chair of the EBTP. Anders Röj has a M.Sc. degree in Chemical Engineering from Åbo Akademi in Turku, Finland (1979), and a Licentiate of Engineering degree in the same discipline from Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden (1984).

Radim Dundálek

Independent Research and Development Officer – Engine
Zetor Tractors

Clément Chandon

EMEA - Heavy Line Gas Business Development

Mr Chandon joined the Fiat group in 1998, since that date, he has worked in a number of areas, including, for CNH Industrial in Quality at Jesy agricultural tractors plan in Italy, for Fiat Auto commercial Logistics in Frankfort, for IVECO Bus engineering, on diesel and CNG engines in Lyon and for IVECO Trucks and LCVs in Trappes as Marketing and Product manager for France. Since January 1st 2015 his role has developed at natural gas trucks sales at EMEA level.

Mr Chandon has a Masters degree specialized in Mechanics and CAD-CAM programming.

His first experience was on High-Speed railways in London

Michael Fischer

Section Leader Powertrain Technology
Honda R&D Europe

Michael Fischer studied mechanical and process engineering at the University of Technology Darmstadt from 2000 to 2006. Since 2006 he works for Honda R&D Europe in the area of powertrain technology. His main objectives are emission treatment of diesel and gasoline engines as well as Hybrid technology. Since 2011 Michael Fischer serves as section leader “Powertrain Technology” which includes research and development for engines and transmissions as well as hybrid-, EV- and Fuel Cell technology.

Biagio Ciuffo

Scientific Officer
Joint Research Centre - European Commission

Biagio Ciuffo received the Ph.D. degree in hydraulic, transportation, and land use systems engineering from the Department of Transportation Engineering, University of Naples Federico II, Italy, in 2008. Then, he held a three-year postdoctoral position with the Joint Research Center (JRC), European Commission, Ispra, Italy, working at the sustainabilityassessment of traffic- and transport-related measures and policies. He is currently an Official of the JRC. He is the author of more than30 papers in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings in transportation engineering. His main research interests concern the management of modeling uncertainties, traffic simulation and control, emission estimation from transport, sustainable development, and sustainability appraisal.

Dr. Ciuffo serves as a Reviewer for several international journals and conferences. He is currently part of the European Cooperation in Scienceand Technology (COST) Action “Methods and tool for supporting the use,calibration and validation of traffic simulations models” (MULTITUDE), as a Leader of one working group. For his research activities he was awarded with the 2012 Greenshields Prize and with the 2013 Best SimSub paper prize from the Transportation Research Board of the US National Academy of Science.

Greg Archer

Program Manager
Transport and Environment

Greg has been with T&E since 2012. He was previously the director of Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership, a UK public-private partnership promoting the shift to clean vehicles and fuels. He has also worked as a non-executive director for the UK Government's Renewable Fuels Agency and Cenex, a centre of excellence for low carbon technologies.

At T&E, Greg leads the clean vehicles team, working on vehicle regulation and testing issues. A chemist by training, Greg describes himself as a “pragmatic environmentalist.”

David Booker

Chief Technology Officer
Sensors Inc USA

Dr David Booker received his honours degree in Chemistry at Newcastle (UK) and his PhD in Chemical Engineering at Exeter University (UK) in the 1980’s.  During his career he has worked for UKAEA, AEA Technology, Booker Systems Ltd in the UK and for the last 13 years at Sensors Inc. in Michigan, USA as their Chief Technology Officer.  From a career specialized in Aerosol Physics,  Dr Booker has applied and expanded upon this expertise  for the last 15 years to the design, manufacturing and business development of PEMs measurement systems including exhaust flow, gaseous and PM/PN measurements.

During Dr Bookers career he has been granted several Patents, published and presented in numerous conferences and received a number of prestigious awards; notably the Sir Oliver Lucas Automotive Engineering Award and the EuroChem Award.  Dr Booker is also a visiting adjunct professor at the Center for Alternative Fuels, Engines and Emissions at West Virginia.

Cecile Favre

Technology and Communication Manager

Cécile Favre is the Technology and Communications Manager of the Association for Emissions Control by Catalyst (AECC). She joined AECC in Brussels in 2007. AECC is the scientific association of European companies engaged in the development, production and testing of catalyst and filter-based technologies for vehicle and engine emissions control.

Between 1999 and 2007, Cécile worked on passenger cars’ emissions control, in the industry. She was successively a consulting project engineer at Renault in France, an application engineer with Delphi Catalyst in Luxembourg, and an SCR product engineer with Inergy Automotive Systems in Brussels.

Cécile holds a chemical engineering degree from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Industries Chimiques in Nancy (France).

Jakob Seiler

Technical Engineer (SCR infrastructure)

Since Oct 2004                   Technical Specialist at VDA
Responsible for Emissions and Fuels

Oct 1995 – Sep 2004        Development Engineer at DaimlerChrysler

Feb 2000 - Sep 2004       Projektleader
Driver Assistance Systems

Okt 1998 -  Jan 2000       Development Engineer Advanced Powertrain

Dec 1995 – Sep 1998         PHD at the TU München in Cooperation with Mercedes-Benz, Thesis on Hybrid-Powertrain Strategies

Torben Skyum-Jensen

Commercial Director
Yara Chemicals A/S

Torben Skyum-Jensen is the Regional Director, Nordics, Italy and CEE for the unit Environmental Solutions - Automotive, the unit marketing Yara's AdBlue brand Air1.
Torben joined Yara (Norsk Hydro at the time) in Denmark in 1993 and has since then served in several commercial and managerial positions in the business units marketing Yara's Industrial products.

After a short involvement in the AdBlue business during the very early days, he re-joined the unit in 2010, with the focus to develop Yara's business models and marketshare within the area.

Matthias Mirbach

Managing Director
KRUSE Automotive GmbH & Co. KG

Matthias Mirbach, joined the Stockmeier Group in 2012. His career extends over twenty years in global Chemical Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Distribution in Europe and North America.

Within the Stockmeier Group Matthias Mirbach is the CEO of Kruse Automotive (AdBlue and BlueSky) and RCN Chemie.

Mr. Mirbach received his MBA from Gerhard Mecator University. Matthias is based in Balve, Germany in the Kruse Automotive Headquarter.

Download a selection of free presentations from the 12th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2016. including:

  • Amminex – Emissions solutions for optimal DeNOx in real driving conditions
  • Eaton Vehicle Group – Deeply integrated engines and transmissions: Fuel economy potential and certifications challenges
  • Eltek Group – Proprietary iN-ICE Solutions: Sensors and systems to meet legislation requirements and improve performances under any AdBlue® conditions
  • Haldor Topsoe – High efficiency SCR systems 
  • Proventia Technology Emissions Control Oy – NOx reduction at low gas exhaust temperatures 
  • Watlow GmbH – Simulation study of electrically heating diesel exhaust 
  • Lightning Hybrids – Hybrid technology and implications for emissions reduction in medium and heavy-duty vehicles

The post-conference report provides a summary of the key discussions and findings from the 12th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue® Forum Europe 2016. Topics discussed include:

  • Heavy-duty commercial vehicles
  • Light-duty vehicles and passenger cars
  • Non-road mobile machinery
  • AdBlue® Forum


David Heaton - Caterpillar

Senior Engineering Specialist

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Panel: The leading solutions in fuel efficient technology

Without legislative requirements to lower CO2 emissions, the impetus is on the market to make advancements in fuel efficiency. Our panel will discuss the potential gains that can be achieved through different technologies and optimisation solutions, setting the industry on a path to greater environmental record and greater fuel economy for customers.

Rolf Willkrans - Volvo Group

Director of Environmental Affairs

Rolf Willkrans has the position of Director Environmental Affairs at…

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Georgios Fontaras - Joint Research Center -…


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Keynote Presentation: The latest developments on the European Commission’s VECTO tool

  • Progress on certification procedure for measuring CO2 emissions in trucks
  • A discussion of the hurdles in establishing accurate CO2 readings for buses and coaches
  • Overcoming auxiliary issues and preparing VECTO for future application

Panagiota Dilara - European Commission

Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs

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Keynote Presentation: Improvements achieved and further efforts needed for a comprehensive Euro 6 emissions regulation

Dr Manfred Schuckert - Daimler AG

Head of Global Regulatory Strategy

Dr. Schuckert is a well recognized expert in the field…

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Presentation topic to be confirmed: OEM Perspective on the reduction of CO2 reduction

  • Daimler’s success in CO2 reduction strategies and technologies
  • Aligning government and customer demands

Pablo Mendoza Villafuerte - CNH Industrial

Technical Affairs Manager

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Panel: Perspectives on the efforts to monitor, report, and lower CO2 standards for the industry

With early monitoring of CO2 emissions for trucks planned to begin by early 2018, and the monitoring and reporting of emissions from coaches and buses following behind, the industry must be ready to meet the expectations of future emissions control. The panel of experts will discuss the consequences of tighter emissions control and their views on which technology could be embraced.

Marco Aimo-Boot - IVECO

Alternative Traction and Electrification Manager

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Presentation: The future of electrification and emissions in the heavy-duty vehicle sector

  • An assessment of European legislation in support of e-mobility
  • The current trends and impact of electrification within the industry
  • The future outlook for e-mobility

Carlos Calvo Ambel - Transport and Environment

Transport and Energy Analyst

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Dirk Jan de Bruijn - European Truck Platooning Challange

Programme Director

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Presentation: Platooning, the future direction of optimised vehicles?

  • Future developments in smart technology for the truck sector
  • Gains in fuel economy, reduced air resistance, and reduced congestion
  • Retrofitting existing vehicles with intelligent drive systems

Stephen Inch - Greater London Authority

Senior Policy and programmes officer – Air Quality

Stephen is currently a member of the Air Quality team…

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Debate: Is a ban on diesel engines necessary?

Concern for air quality and public health are at all-time high, leading majors in some European cities to call for a ban on diesel vehicles. With OEMs already achieving strict Euro VI and Stage IV emissions control legislation, some are asking if a ban on diesel engines is even necessary. This panel will debate the long-term future for diesel, the roadmap

Herbert Woopen - OPUS Inspection

EU Representative

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Ricardo Suarez Bertoa - Joint Research Centre, European…

Scientific Support Officer

Ricardo Suarez-Bertoa received the Ph.D. degree in chemical science from…

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Presentation: The challenges of monitoring ammonia and N2O emissions with heavy-duty vehicles

–               Understanding the consequences of SCR systems and NOx reduction strategies

–               Measurement of tailpipe ammonia emissions

–               On-road measurement of N2O emissions from heavy-duty vehicles

Per Öhlund - Swedish Transport Agency

MSc Mechanical Engineering, Road and Rail Department

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Anders Röj - Volvo Technology Corp.

Fuels and Lubricants Manager

Anders Röj joined Volvo Technology Corporation (Sweden) in 1989, where…

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Radim Dundálek - Zetor Tractors

Independent Research and Development Officer – Engine

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Clément Chandon - IVECO

EMEA - Heavy Line Gas Business Development

Mr Chandon joined the Fiat group in 1998, since that…

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Michael Fischer - Honda R&D Europe

Section Leader Powertrain Technology

Michael Fischer studied mechanical and process engineering at the University…

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Biagio Ciuffo - Joint Research Centre -…

Scientific Officer

Biagio Ciuffo received the Ph.D. degree in hydraulic, transportation, and…

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Greg Archer - Transport and Environment

Program Manager

Greg has been with T&E since 2012. He was previously…

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David Booker - Sensors Inc USA

Chief Technology Officer

Dr David Booker received his honours degree in Chemistry at…

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Presentation: Effective testing measurements to tackle the challenges of in-service conformity (ISC) testing

  • Challenges of in-service conformity testing in the 4th RDE regulatory package
  • How will Portable Emission Measurement System (PEMS) address these challenges?

Cecile Favre - AECC

Technology and Communication Manager

Cécile Favre is the Technology and Communications Manager of the…

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Presentation: Particles emissions from a Euro 6 Gasoline Direct Injection (GDI) passenger car

  • A comparison of on-road testing figures and real-world emissions data
  • Key features of PEMS-PN testing measurement and its reflection of RDE
  • The benefits of the Gasoline Particulate Filter (GPF)

Jakob Seiler - VDA

Technical Engineer (SCR infrastructure)

Since Oct 2004                   Technical Specialist at VDA Responsible for Emissions…

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Torben Skyum-Jensen - Yara Chemicals A/S

Commercial Director

Torben Skyum-Jensen is the Regional Director, Nordics, Italy and CEE…

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Panel discussion: Supply, demand and growth in the European AdBlue® market

Matthias Mirbach - KRUSE Automotive GmbH &…

Managing Director

Matthias Mirbach, joined the Stockmeier Group in 2012. His career…

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Panel discussion: Supply, demand and growth in the European AdBlue® market

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