SCC
SYMPOSIUM FOR COMBUSTION CONTROL
Aachen, Germany
Special Issue: Real Driving Emissions

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The automotive world is facing rapid changes. Real world driving emissions are in the focus of the public, well-established technologies are reassessed and new players enter the global market. To achieve a sustainable and green mobility the development of efficient and clean combustion engines is one of the key requirements. Most of the promising and novel approaches require innovative closed-loop control approaches, detailed physical models, powerful control logics and new sensor concepts.

The Symposium for Combustion Control was established in 2015 to foster the interaction between the scientific community and the automotive industry. Its focus are the latest theoretical and application driven developments for the control of next generation combustion engines.  In the last years, the program was completed with presentations for example given by VW AG, DENSO, Daimler AG, Jaguar Land Rover Ltd., Ford, BMW Group, TNO Automotive, and many further international companies and universities.

Organized by

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Pischinger, Head of the Institute
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jakob Andert, Junior Professor for Mechatronic Systems for Combustion Engines
Institute for Combustion Engines
RWTH Aachen University

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dirk Abel, Head of the Institute
Institute of Automatic Control
RWTH Aachen University

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Heinz Pitsch, Head of the Institute
Institute for Combustion Technology
RWTH Aachen University

Conference language

English

We are pleased to provide you the digital proceedings of the symposium for combustion control 2019.

The login data can be found in the printed conference proceedings.

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About the Program

We are pleased to offer you an attractive program, including 18 international lectures and 3 high-class keynote-speeches, with the focus on the latest theoretical and application driven developments for the control of next generation combustion engines.

The registration also includes the dinner on June 5, as well as the printed and digital proceedings.

For detailed information please see the program:

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