APG Acoustic Symposium

September 18th, 2019 9h00 – 17h30
RuhrCongress Bochum – Stadionring 20, 44791 Bochum – Germany

Come to hear the latest development in automotive acoustics, especially the new approaches needed for optimising acoustics of New Energy Vehicles.

How to master newly appearing noise sources with different focus on some parts for acoustic treatment, e.g., accessories, aero noises, tires, beside of course e-motors.

How new simulation techniques can contribute reaching the target quicker and more efficiently, either at early car architecture stage or at later component optimisation, and open new doors like aeroacoustics.

Which learnings from NEVs help to optimise further the acoustics of ICE’s car.

Enlarge your insight on the industry transformation pace by enriching networking opportunities, meeting the experts of automotive acoustics.

Participants: use the attached online REGISTRATION FORM deadline Sept 11th, 2019
Speakers: abstract (word format) to apg-as@pelzer.de, submission deadline: June 14th, 2019


Participation is free of charge, after acceptation of organiser.
Lunch and  finger food at breaks included. Travel and accommodation are at own participant costs.
Prereservations of nearby hotel rooms at preagreed rate, please contact H plus Hotel.
Please refer to Adler Pelzer Group Acoustic Symposium.

Program to be finalised
Topic Speaker Organisation
Acoustic evolution into automotive P. Bonfiglio Materiacustica (I)
Psycho-acoustics N. Prodi Ferrara University (I)
New materials perspectives K. Horoshenkov Sheffield University (UK)
Tire noise contribution study F. Becot Matelys (F)
Meta-materials for 3D vibration and noise suppression L. D`Alessandro Phononic-Vibes (I)
Active Noise Cancellation in Vehicles in practice N. Zafeiropoulos Harman (D)
Gear box noise structure and air borne noise propagation example study F. Naclerio Ferrari (I)
Case Study Tier#1 F. Lohr Michelin (F)
ATF measurement integration into SEA simulation at Bentley M. Ballatore Bentley (UK)
Case Study OEM B. Shepard McLaren (UK)
Case Study OEM T. Antoine Renault (F)
Mathematical optimisation tools E. Minisci
Dr. F. Gallizio
University of Strathclyde (UK)
Optimad (I)
Coherent beam-forming A. Bianco
F. Macheda
Pininfarina (I)
Material microstructure modelling F. Pompoli Ferrara University (I)


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