INSIGHTS

Alguns destaques do que será abordado na conferência Academia Meets Auto-Industry.
Bosch Car Multimedia – Teaching the car how to drive.
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The future of electric mobility starts here.
Teaser do projeto da Faurecia Cockpit of the Future.
TruPrint by Trumpf.
A gestão térmica de veículos elétricos é essencial para garantir capacidade de armazenamento de energia, autonomia, longevidade das células e segurança do sistema.
Digital Enterprise.

Metal-based assemblies and subsystems for the automotive industry.
Fuel Cell Bus.

SOBRE A CONFERÊNCIA

Quando a Academia se encontra com a Indústria Automóvel

A indústria automóvel enfrenta enormes desafios, trazidos não só pela crescente eletrificação dos sistemas de propulsão e incorporação de sistemas de assistência à condução e de conetividade, mas também no próprio chão de fábrica, pela robotização, digitalização dos processos e tecnologias disruptivas, como a impressão 3D, no contexto da anunciada quarta revolução industrial (“Indústria 4.0”).

A conferência de dois dias irá explorar esses desafios, reunindo construtores de automóveis e fabricantes de componentes, universidades e instituições de investigação, para partilhar conhecimento, encontrar soluções e construir redes de relacionamento no âmbito do cluster automóvel.

O programa está organizado em sessões temáticas, estruturadas em torno de palestras dadas por especialistas nacionais e internacionais da indústria e da comunidade científica, que trarão o estado da arte nos diversos aspetos relacionados com o futuro da indústria automóvel, materiais avançados e manufatura, processos e paradigmas da mobilidade, incluindo as questões ambientais.

AGUARDAMOS A SUA PRESENÇA E PARTICIPAÇÃO

OS PARTICIPANTES

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Alberto Ferro

IST/Center of Physics and Engineering of Advanced Materials

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Alexandre Vaz

Mercedes-Benz.io Portugal, Managing Director

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Amine Ben Mhamed

Faurecia - Cockpit Of the Future, Engineering & Projects Development Leader

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António Luís Moreira

IST/Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research

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Arlindo Oliveira

IST, President

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António Braz Costa

Centi, CEO

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Carlos Mougueira

Trumpf, Responsible for the Laser Division

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Carlos Saraiva

MCG - Mind for Metal, Business Development Director

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Eduardo Maldonado

National Innovation Agency (ANI), President

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Fernanda Margarido

IST/Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research

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Filipe Villas-Boas

Schmidt Light Metal, Manager

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Gisela Garcia

Volkswagen Autoeuropa, Innovation management specialist

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Helena Silva

CEiiA, General Manager

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João Correia Neves

Secretary of State of Economy

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João Dias

Instituto Pedro Nunes, Adjunct Director of LED&MAT

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João Queiroz

Siemens SA, Digital Enterprise Coordinator at Digital Industries, Manager at iExperience Center 4.0

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Joaquim Menezes

European Factories of the Future Research Association, President

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Jochen Kirschbaum

Critical Techworks, Chief Operating Officer

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Johannes J. Bührle

Trumpf, Industry Manager Automotive - E-Mobility

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Jorge Pinto

Caetano Bus, CEO

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Jorge Rosa

Mobinov, President

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José Rui Marcelino

Almadesign, CEO

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José Santos Victor

ISR/LARSyS

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Julio Grilo

Simoldes, Engineering and Innovation Director

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Luís Carneiro

Inesc Tec, Member of Executive Board

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Luís M. Correia

IST/INESC-ID, Professor

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Luis Oliveira e Silva

IST, President of the Scientific Council

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Luís Reis

CEiiA, Business Development Mobility

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Manuel Oliveira

Volkswagen Autoeuropa, Business Area Manager

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Matteo Biglia

Denso Thermal Systems S.P.A. (Italy), R&D Manager

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Miguel Ayala Botto

IST/Mechanical Engineering Institute

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Nuno Carvalho

Daimler Trucks and Buses Tech & Data Hub, CTO

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Nuno Jardim Nunes

Interactive Technologies Institute, President

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Patrícia Baptista

IST/Center for Innovation, Technology and Policy Research

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Paulo Firme Martins

IST/Mechanical Engineering Institute

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Paulo Matias

ABB, Product Marketing Engineer

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Pedro Domingues

EFACEC Electric Mobility, Commercial Director

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Ricardo Lopes

Efacec Electric Mobility, Director of Operations

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Rui Cardoso

Bosch Car Multimedia, Engineering Manager

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Tiago Farias

Carris, President and CEO

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Vítor Anjos

General Manager at Center for Innovation and Technology N. Mahalingam, COO at Sakthi Portugal SP21

PROGRAMA COMPLETO

Thursday 16 May

DAY I – THE FUTURE OF AUTO-INDUSTRY

 

08:30 – Reception

09:00 – Welcome
President of Instituto Superior Técnico, Arlindo Oliveira
President of MOBINOV – Automotive Cluster, Jorge Rosa
President of IN+, António Luís Moreira

09:30 – Introduction
Secretary of State of Economy, João Correia Neves

09:45 – European Research and Innovation in Production Technologies 
Joaquim Menezes, European Factories of the Future Research Association (EFFRA)

Chairperson: Eng. Helena Silva
10:00 – Keynote I: THE FUTURE OF AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY

Manuel Oliveira, Volkswagen Autoeuropa

 

10:45 – Coffee break

 

11:00 – Materials and Processes: Industry Drivers and R&D Needs (Part I)
• Invited Talk: Digital Transformation Trends in Manufacturing, João Queiroz, iExperience Center 4.0/Siemens

• Panel Discussion – Moderation: Helena Silva, CEiiA

– Driving Innovation, Luis Carneiro, Inesc Tec
– Additive manufacturing, Carlos Mougueira, Trumpf
– Implementation of Industry 4.0 in Car Manufacturing, Gisela Garcia, Volkswagen Autoeuropa
– Industrial Robotics, Miguel Ayala Botto, IST/IDMEC

 

12:30 – Lunch

 

Chairperson: Prof. Alberto Ferro
14:00 – Keynote II: LASER APPLICATIONS IN e-MOBILITY

Johannes J. Bührle, Trumpf E-Mobility

15:00 – Keynote III: THE COCKPIT OF THE FUTURE
Ben Mhamed Amine, Faurecia

 

15:45 – Coffee break

 

16:00 – Materials and Processes: Industry Drivers and R&D Needs (Part II)
• Invited Talk: New Materials are Shaping the Future of the Auto-Industry – Carlos Saraiva, MCG – Mind for Metal

• Panel Discussion – Moderation: Filipe Villas-Boas, Schmidt Light Metal

– Innovative Products, Julio Grilo, Simoldes
– Design Driven Innovation, José Rui Marcelino, Alma Design
– Surface Engineering, João Dias, Instituto Pedro Nunes
– Sheet-Bulk Forming and Joining, Paulo Firme Martins, IDMEC
– Reposition of foundry in the automotive value chain, Vítor Anjos, Sakthi Portugal SP21

17:30 – Closure

Friday 17 May

DAY II – RESEARCH INTO THE FUTURE OF VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY

 

09:00 – Reception

09:30 – Opening
President of the Scientific Council of Instituto Superior Técnico, Luís Oliveira e Silva

Chairperson: Prof. António Luís Moreira
10:00 – Keynote IV: THE FUTURE OF DRIVING AND DRIVING MACHINES

Rui Cardoso, Bosch Car Multimedia

10:45 – Keynote V: THERMAL MANAGEMENT AS A KEY TECHNOLOGY FOR ELECTRIFICATION
Matteo Biglia, DENSO Thermal Systems, S.p.A., Italy

 

11:15 – Coffee break

 

11:30 – The Challenges of Electrification
• Invited Talk: Challenges and Opportunities of electrified vehicles – Pedro Domingues, EFACEC Electric Mobility

• Panel Discussion – Moderation: Patricia Baptista, IST/IN+

– Project Fuel Cell Bus, Jorge Pinto, Caetano Bus
– Li-ion bateries: challenges and opportunities, Fernanda Margarido, IST/IN+
– The future of the infrastructure for e-mobility, Paulo Matias, ABB
– Electric-vehicle adoption, Tiago Farias, Carris
– Making fast-charging electric vehicles a possibility, Ricardo Lopes, EFACEC Electric Mobility

 

13:00 – Lunch

 

Chairperson: Prof. José Santos Victor
14:30 – Internationalization of the National Research and Innovation System

Eduardo Maldonado, National Innovation Agency (ANI)

14:45 – Keynote VI: THE FUTURE OF MOBILITY
Jochen Kirschbaum, Critical Techworks

 

15:30 – Coffee break

 

15:45 – The future driving machine
• Invited Talk: The Opportunities and threats of Artificial Inteligence, Arlindo Oliveira, IST/INESC-ID

• Panel Discussion – Moderation: Luis Correia, IST/INESC-ID

Digital Transformation, Alexandre Vaz, Mercedes-Benz.io Portugal
– Smart Textiles for the Future Driving Machine, António Braz Costa, Centi
– Human Computer Interaction, José Santos-Victor, IRS/LARSyS
From Raw Truck Data to Intelligent Logistics, Nuno Carvalho, Daimler Trucks and Buses Tech & Data Hub
– The Future Driving Machine, Luís Reis, CEiiA

17:15 – Closure

EXPOSIÇÃO

É fornecido um espaço de exposição no átrio de entrada do Edifício Principal do IST Lisboa, para todos os parceiros que desejam expor as suas descobertas mais recentes ou para apresentarem projetos inovadores. Também daremos visibilidade aos projetos automotivos realizados por alunos e seus patrocinadores, no contexto de metodologias inovadoras de aprendizagem.

Dúvidas e questões relacionadas com a exposição deverão ser enviadas para o e-mail: autoindustry@in3.tecnico.ulisboa.pt

Expositores confirmados

A Conferência realiza-se no Salão Nobre, 1º andar do Edifício Principal do Instituto Superior Técnico (Campus Alameda)

Contatos

Esta Conferência é co-organizada pelo IN+ e IDMEC do Instituto Superior Técnico, junto com Mobinov automotive cluster.

Escreva-nos para: autoindustry@in3.tecnico.ulisboa.pt

Ou telefone para:
(+351) 218 417 379
(+351) 220 164 898

Para oportunidades de patrocínio (almoços e coffee breaks patrocinados) fale connosco através de um dos contatos acima.

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Instituto Superior Técnico

Av. Rovisco Pais 1,
1049-001 Lisboa
Portugal

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