ECO DRIVE Public Workshop – Munich


Over the next 30 years, as we shift towards Electric Vehicles (EVs), downsized IC (Internal Combustion) engines and hybrids with eco-powertrains will be central to the automotive sector. ECO DRIVE develops new for the testing and simulation of eco-powertrains, addressing the complex challenges related to combustion noise, the irritating sound from electric motors, transmission-induced NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) and driveline torsional vibrations, leading to new designs with improved eco-efficiency and NVH performance.

ECO DRIVE Public Workshop

This public event aims at disseminate the multiple outputs of ECO DRIVE program in terms of methods, tools, processes and metrics developed to answer the challenges met by the automotive & NVH community. With talks from both ESRs and industrial and speakers from academia (Stellantis, INSA LYON, UNIVPM), this event intends to highlight industrial strategies and state-of-the-art research to reduce noise and vibrations of future electric vehicles. Alongside the presentations of ECO DRIVE ESR’s research, industrial beneficiaries will present their experience in NVH topics in keynote lectures :

  • Simulation of rotating systems with angular approaches, Didier Remond, INSA LYON
  • Challenges in car NVH with advanced research, Olivier Sauvage, Stellantis
  • Non-contact measurements through vibrometric laser systems, Milena Martarelli, UNIVPM

Date : March 13, 2024

Location : BMW classic, Moosacher Strasse 66, 80809 Munich

Organizers : BMW

Format : Onsite / online

Registration : The onsite registration is now closed.

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