What happened

Since the start of the EU-LIVE project at the beginning of the year 2015, we have had the pleasure to cultivate one of the goals comprising the heart of our project which is an active and on-going dissemination of information. To our great joy, we were able to sustain a vivid exchange with our partners and beneficiaries and to spread the message of our project globally, for example by initiating meetings and participating in various conferences, as detailed below:

 

  • PRESS CONFERENCE – PROJECT LAUNCH EU-LIVE
    22 June, 2015/ Graz, Austria

    We had the great pleasure to hold a press conference on the occasion of the EU-LIVE project launch at the VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center in Graz, Austria, which was conducted by Werner Rom. Two renowned members of our consortium, Bruno Jamet (Peugeot Scooters) and Klaus Grieshofer (SAMSUNG SDI), were invited to speak.

    More information at www.eu-live.eu/press-conference

 

  • F2F Meeting Graz
    KICK-OFF – WORKSHOPS WITH ALL PROJECT PARTNERS
    22-23 June, 2015/ Graz, Austria
    Partners involved: All

    The internal kick-off meeting with all participating partners of the international consortium took place after the official press conference in Graz.

    Project planning and organizational details were coordinated, whereas the teams focused on the first work packages of the EU-LIVE project.

    More information at www.eu-live.eu/press-conference

  • ACEM CONFERENCE 2015
    24 September, 2015/ Brussels, Belgium
    Partners involved: VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center

    Werner Rom, head of the Area “Cross Domain” at the VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center and project coordinator of EU-LIVE, was invited by the motorcycle industry in Europe to present the EU-LIVE project during the following session:

    “Unlocking the innovation potential for L-category vehicles: electro mobility – Panellists”. Moreover, Rom participated at the top level panel discussion on “Unlocking the innovation potential for L-category vehicles: Electromobility”.

    More information at www.acem.eu

 

  • AACHEN COLLOQUIUM – “AUTOMOBILE AND ENGINE TECHNOLOGY”
    6-7 October, 2015/ Aachen, Germany
    Partners involved: fka Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH Aachen

    At the “24th Aachen Colloquium Automobile and Engine Technology 2015”, Melissa Kratschmayr, of the Institute for Automotive Engineering RWTH Aachen University (ika), which is a second level beneficiary of EU-LIVE as a partner of fka, gave an engaging presentation entitled “Traditional Product Development Processes And Their Limitations – Proposing A Holistic Experience Centered Method”.

    More Information at www.aachener-kolloquium.de

 

  • F2F Meeting Paris
    WORKSHOPS WITH ALL PROJECT PARTNERS
    1-2 December, 2015/ Paris, France
    Partners involved: All

    Peugeot Citroën hosted the event where the EU-LIVE consortium met for the second Face2Face meeting in Paris. Various workshops were held, focusing on project progression and detailed coordination among the international project partners.

 

  • A3PS CONFERENCE – “ECO MOBILITY 2025 PLUS”
    9-10 November, 2015/ Vienna, Austria
    Partners involved: VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center

    At the A3PS Conference 2015 which was focusing on the motto “Eco Mobility 2025”, Werner Rom, head of the area “Integrated Vehicle Development” at VIRTUAL VEHICLE, presented the key points and vision of the EU-LIVE project. In addition, Rom chaired the session entitled “Advanced Powertrain Integration technologies”.

    More information at www.a3ps.at/eco-mobility-2015.

 

  • IEEE 2016 – International Conference on Thermal, Mechanical and Multi-Physics Simulation and Experiments in Microelectronics and Microsystems
    17-20 April, 2015/ Montpellier, France
    Partners involved: VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center

    Martin Benedikt and Stefan Thonhofer from the VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center were represented with their poster at the EuroSime. Title: “Guidelines for Enabling Modular Simulations According to Signal-based Subsystem Modelling.”

    More information at www.eurosime.org