The seminar programme has been announced for next month’s Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle Event, (LCV2016), which will be held at Millbrook Proving Ground on 14 and 15 September.
Keynote speeches will be delivered by: Dr Stephan Neugebauer, director of global research cooperation at BMW Group; Ian Constance, chief executive of the Advanced Propulsion Centre UK; and Simon Edmonds, director for manufacturing and materials at Innovate UK.
Dr Neugebauer will address future powertrains and wider approaches to low-carbon transport, while Constance and Edmonds will focus on the UK’s progress towards more sustainable vehicles and their economic context.
Other key speakers include: Dr Graham Hoare, director for global vehicle evaluation & verification at Ford Motor Company; Professor Neville Jackson, chief technology & innovation officer at Ricardo; Steve Yianni, CEO of Transport Systems Catapult; Gareth Dunsmore, electric vehicle director at Nissan Europe; Bart Biebuyck, executive director of the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking; and Richard Bruce, head of OLEV, the UK’s Office for Low Emission Vehicles.
In addition to plenary sessions the conference will include breakout seminars focusing on a variety of topics including: energy for transport; propulsion technologies; battery technologies; connected and autonomous vehicles; digital engineering, modelling and simulation; air quality; low-carbon cities; public transport; commercial vehicles; and policies and market trends.
The full seminar line-up is available via the Cenex website.
The seminars run in parallel with exhibition, networking and ride-and-drive programmes at the event. Delegates can register to attend LCV2016 free of charge.
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