What happened

One and a half year into the EU-LIVE project, we can already look back onto an extensive list of events for the vivid exchange between our partners and beneficiaries as well as for the global spreading of our project’s messages. We are very proud that we were and are able to cultivate an active and on-going dissemination of information, which represents one EU-LIVE’s major goals. More detailed information about the initiated meetings and conferences, that we had the honour to participate in, can be found below.

  • F2F Meeting Aachen
    6-7 Dezember, 2016 / Aachen, Germany
    Partners involved: All

    This Face2Face-Meeting, which represented the fourth meeting of the EU-LIVE consortium, was hosted by fka (Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH Aachen). Throughout the event, all beneficiaries were updated to the current “status quo” and had the chance to further develop their shared vision for the EU-LIVE project.

  • International VDI Conference 2016 on “Smart Cars & Urban Mobility”
    30 November – 1 December, 2016 / Munich, Germany
    Patners invoved: Continental, Peugeot Scooters

    The future of light urban Vehicles: Comprehensive Modularization and Platform Strategy
    Speaker: Andreas Schiessl Continental Automotive GmbH, Germany
    Co-Speaker: Quentin Gauthier, Peugeot Scooters, France

  • International VDI Conference 2016 on “Innovative Propulsion”
    23 – 24 November, 2016 / Dresden, Germany
    Partners involved: Virtual Vehicle Research Center

    At the conference, Stefan Thonhofer from the Virtual Vehicle Research Center attracted attention for the EU-LIVE project by presenting the new, innovative powertrain design as well as by pointing out the importance of L-category vehicles as an integral part in future urban mobility.

    More information at www.vdi-wissensforum.de

  • 25th Aachen Colloquium 2016 on “Automobile and Engine Technology”
    09-11 October, 2016 / Aachen, Germany
    Partners involved: fka Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH Aachen

    Throughout her talk “Defining User Requirements in Development of Electric L-Category Vehicle” at the “25th Aachen Colloquium Automobile and Engine Technology 2016”, Melissa Kratschmayr of the Institute for Automotive Engineering RWTH Aachen University (ika), which is a partner of fka and therefore a second level beneficiary of EU-LIVE, showed the importance of involving user groups into the developing process of new vehicles.

  • IEEE 2016 – International Conference on Thermal, Mechanical and Multi-Physics Simulation and Experiments in Microelectronics and Microsystems
    17-20 April, 2016 / Montpellier, France
    Partner involved: Virtual Vehicle Research Center