Academia meets Auto-Industry

16 May - 17 May 2019
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Evento 16 May - 17 May 2019

WHAT IS THIS CONFERENCE ABOUT?

When Academia meets the Auto-Industry

The auto industry is facing tremendous challenges, not only brought by the crescent electrification of powertrains and massive incorporation of connectivity and of driving assistance systems in vehicles, but also in the factory floor, by the upcoming fourth industrial revolution (“Industry 4.0”), the impact of digital technology on the value chain, and disruptive technologies such as 3D printing.

This conference will explore these challenges bringing together car and car-part manufacturers, universities and research institutions, to sharing knowledge, discovering solutions and building relationships within the automotive cluster.

The program is organized in thematic sessions, structured around keynote presentations given by national and international experts from the industry and the scientific community, who will bring the state of the art in the diverse aspects related with the future of car industry, advanced materials and manufacturing processes and paradigms of mobility, including environmental concerns.

WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR ATTENDANCE AND PARTICIPATION

The registration form and all the information about the event can be found here.

 

FULL SCHEDULE

Thursday 16 May – DAY I – THE FUTURE OF AUTO-INDUSTRY

  • 08:30 – Reception
  • 09:00 – Welcome

President of Instituto Superior Técnico, Arlindo Oliveira
President of the Automotive Cluster, Jorge Rosa
President of IN+, António Luís Moreira

  • 09:30 – Introduction

Minister of Economy (tbc)

  • 09:45 – European Research and Innovation in Production Technologies

Joaquim Menezes, European Factories of the Future Research Association (EFFRA)

  • 10:00 – Keynote I: THE FUTURE OF AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Manuel Oliveira, Volkswagen Autoeuropa

  • 10:45 – Coffee break
  • 11:00 – Materials and Processes: Industry Drivers and R&D Needs (Part I)

• Invited Talk: Digital Transformation Trends in Manufacturing, João Queiroz, iExperience Center 4.0/Siemens
• Panel Discussion – Moderation: Helena Silva, CEiiA

– Driving Innovation, Luis Carneiro, Inesc Tec
– Additive manufacturing, Carlos Mougueira, Trumpf
– Implementation of Industry 4.0 in Car Manufacturing, Gisela Garcia, Volkswagen Autoeuropa
– Industrial Robotics, Miguel Ayala Botto, IST/IDMEC

  • 12:30 – Lunch
  • 14:00 – Keynote II: Laser applications in E-Mobility

Johannes J. Bührle, Trumpf E-Mobility

  • 15:00 – Keynote III: THE COCKPIT OF THE FUTURE

David Pereira, Faurecia

  • 15:45 – Coffee break
  • 16:00 – Materials and Processes: Industry Drivers and R&D Needs (Part II)

• Invited Talk: New Materials are Shaping the Future of the Auto-Industry – Carlos Saraiva, MCG – Mind for Metal
• Panel Discussion – Moderation: Filipe Villas-Boas, Schmidt Light Metal

– Innovative Products, Julio Grilo, Simoldes
– Design Driven Innovation, José Rui Marcelino, Alma Design
– Surface Engineering, João Dias, Instituto Pedro Nunes
– Sheet-Bulk Forming and Joining, Paulo Firme Martins, IDMEC
– Reposition of foundry in the automotive value chain, Vítor Anjos, Sakthi Portugal SP21

  • 17:30– Closure

 

Friday 17 May – DAY II – RESEARCH INTO THE FUTURE OF VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY

  • 08:30 – Reception
  • 09:00 – Opening

President of the Scientific Council of Instituto Superior Técnico, Luís Oliveira e Silva
Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education (tbc)

  • 9:45 – Internationalization of the National Research and Innovation System

Eduardo Maldonado, National Innovation Agency (ANI)

  • 10:00 – Keynote IV: THE FUTURE OF DRIVING AND DRIVING MACHINES

Rui Cardoso, Bosch Car Multimedia

  • 10:45 – Keynote V: THERMAL MANAGEMENT AS A KEY TECHNOLOGY FOR ELECTRIFICATION

Matteo Biglia, DENSO Thermal Systems, S.p.A., Italy

  • 11:15– Coffee break
  • 11:30 – The Challenges of Electrification

• Invited Talk: Challenges and Opportunities of electrified vehicles – Luís Delgado, Efacec
• Panel Discussion – Moderation: Patricia Baptista, IST/IN+

– Project Fuel Cell Bus, Jorge Pinto, Caetano Bus
– Li-ion bateries: challenges and opportunities, Fernanda Margarido, IST/IN+
– The future of the infrastructure for e-mobility, Paulo Matias, ABB
– Electric-vehicle adoption, Tiago Farias, Carris
– Making fast-charging electric vehicles a possibility, Ricardo Lopes, EFACEC Electric Mobility

  • 13:00 – Lunch
  • 14:30 – Keynote VI: CONNECTING DATA ECOSYSTEMS

Christian Lessing, Daimler Trucks and Buses Tech & Data Hub

  • 15:15 – Coffee break
  • 15:30 – The future driving machine

• Invited Talk: The Opportunities and threats of Artificial Inteligence – Arlindo Oliveira, IST/INESC-ID
• Panel Discussion – Moderation: Luis Correia, IST/INESC-ID

– Digital Transformation, Alexandre Vaz, Mercedes-Benz.io Portugal
– Smart Textiles for the Future Driving Machine, António Braz Costa, Centi
– Human Computer Interaction, Nuno Jardim Nunes, Interactive Technologies Institute
– From Raw Truck Data to Intelligent Logistics, Nuno Carvalho, Daimler Trucks and Buses Tech & Data Hub
– The Future Driving Machine, Luís Reis, CEiiA

  • 17:00– Closure

Local

Instituto Superior Técnico
Av. Rovisco Pais 1,
1049-001 Lisbon
Portugal

Coordinates GPS:
Latitude: 38°76’67.94″N
Longitude: 9°13’88.12″W

Mobinov

About US

A Mobinov – Associação do Cluster Automóvel assume-se como uma iniciativa conjunta da Associação Automóvel de Portugal (ACAP) e da Associação de Fabricantes para a Indústria Automóvel (AFIA). A Mobinov posiciona-se como uma plataforma agregadora de conhecimento e de apoio à dinâmica de clusterização das indústrias do setor automóvel, que procura reforçar a articulação de atores e iniciativas, com vista à promoção de uma crescente valorização da competitividade e da internacionalização do setor.

Goals

Consolidar e gerir uma plataforma agregadora de conhecimento e competência no âmbito da indústria do setor automóvel, reconhecida institucionalmente como um cluster económico de competitividade e interesse nacional;

Criar condições para a obtenção de níveis de inovação e desenvolvimento tecnológico alargados, potenciando a competitividade internacional das indústrias portuguesas do setor automóvel;

Contribuir para que Portugal se torne uma referência na investigação, inovação, conceção, desenvolvimento, construção e teste de produtos e serviços da indústria do setor automóvel;

Aumentar a articulação de atores e iniciativas, promovendo parcerias e dinâmicas de clusterização sustentáveis e valorização empresarial nos setores e fileiras da indústria automóvel;

Desenvolver as cadeias de valor dos construtores e fornecedores em Portugal e nos mercados de proximidade;

Promover estratégias globais de fornecimento da indústria de componentes e seus clientes;

Reforçar a competitividade de um setor fundamental da economia, promovendo o aumento das exportações.

Contacts

Contact Us

Mobinov

Sede: Av. Dom Afonso Henriques 1825, 4454-510 Matosinhos

Latitude : 41.1724156
Longitude : -8.6814941

Tel: +351 220 164 898

email: geral@mobinov.pt