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7th Annual Advancements in Automotive Light-Weighting Summit

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Taking place May 18-20 in Detroit IQPC is excited to share this all new and improved program. Continuing the trend we have developed over the years of bringing you the next generation automotive light-weighting developments; this 2015 summit will elevate your organizational efforts to achieve CAFÉ compliance and industry preeminence.

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7th Annual Advancements in Automotive Light-Weighting Summit

  1. 1. www.advancedlightweightvehicle.com • enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com • 1-800-882-8684 presents: - May 18-20, 2015 Detroit, MI Where Light-Weighting Objectives Meet the Opportunities & Requirements Ahead Featuring imperative academic & industry insights from: Tony Kmeid VP Engineering Faurecia Gregg Peterson Senior Technical Specialist Lotus Engineering Mark Piekny Manager - Interiors Engineering Fisker Automotive Rigoberto Advincula, Ph.D Professor Case Western Reserve University Gerald Cole Senior Staff Technical Specialist Retired from Ford Motor Company Thomas Fritz VP of Vehicle Structures Metalsa Will Joost Technology Development Manager Vehicle Technologies Office - U.S. DOE Simon Xu Engineering Group Manager - Vehicle Optimization, Architecture Strategy General Motors Victor Polen Group Vice President and General Manager Global Metals and Mechanisms Johnson Controls Dr Mark White Chief Engineer, Body Complete Jaguar Land Rover Product Development Sujit Das Sr. Research & Development Staff Oak Ridge National Lab Carson Meredith Professor and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, J. Carl Pirkle Senior Faculty Fellow, School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Georgia Tech Darren Goddard Head of Vehicle Engineering McLaren Automotive Ltd Andrew Hrymak Dean, Faculty of Engineering - Professor, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Western University Media Partners: In-depth discussions will cover best practices for: Benefits of Attending: Global Supply Chain Advancements and Innovation for the Development of New Material Sources Formation of Light Weight Components and Structures through Innovative Means like 3D Printing/Rapid Protoyping, Extrusion, Stampings etc. Design Integration of New Material Combinations and Modeling for Nest Era of Advanced Multi- Material Vehicles Identifying Growth Areas through Digital Modeling & Visualization for Vehicle Designs Manufacturing and Joining Practices to Accommodate the Change in Material Strategy Without Sacrificing Existing Infrastructure Maximizing Light Weighting Efforts by Leveraging Mass De-Compounding and Holistic Vehicle Light Weighting Strategy Advancing Overall Vehicle Weight Reduction Goals through Discussion of Interior Light-weighting Identifying the Next Era of High-Strength, High-Performance, Light Weight Materials being Developed in R&D Labs and Universities Across the Globe ü ü ü ü ü ü ü ü Access an intimate industry forum to discuss the most effective strategies to integrate light-weight materials into mass production and manage your emissions strategy Join an automotive light-weighting summit that isn’t just focused on chassis and body structure light-weighting but rather approaches the subject matter holistically to drive optimal value back to your organizations efforts Identify advances in global automotive industry applications for new polymers and developing materials Expand your network of industry contacts to create opportunities for collaboration Interface with government agencies and regulatory experts for assurance on your emission strategy and an update on how to best leverage the resources put forth by groups like DOE, NHTSA and DOT.
  2. 2. www.advancedlightweightvehicle.com • enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com • 1-800-882-86842 Learn from leading research scientists about the newest materials being developed for the automotive industry and how they can impact your bottom line as well as how those new materials can be integrated to have the greatest impact on your overall vehicle weight Increased discussion on multi-material joining practices and integration of multi-material vehicle into mass production Increase your depth of understanding on how Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and Virtual Verification can improve your efforts to integrating multi- material vehicles for full-scale production High level Tier 1 presentations from the companies leading the industry and supporting OEM light-weighting efforts Vehicle program specific case studies on weight reduction and optimization Access to unique insights on the way that Tier 1s & OEMs are advancing light-weighting strategy not only in the chassis/ body structures but rather throughout the entire vehicle – from interior components, seats What Is New for 2015: Insight from on the way that 3D printing and rapid prototyping will revolutionize the way that lightweight components can be conceived of, tested and developed for constant Domestic & international OEM presentations on the development of the use of polymers in vehicle construction -
  3. 3. www.advancedlightweightvehicle.com • enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com • 1-800-882-86843 The market for advanced, high-strength metals & polymers are forecasted for exponential growth through 2020 as a result of the influx in spending and commitment from automotive companies toward light- weighting in their vehicle product lines. As an industry professional you know better than anyone that the stringent regulations being implemented by NHTSA are not going to be met without significant investment of time, money and ingenuity. By utilizing the combined knowledge of your industry peers the groups in your organization that are tasked with meeting the CAFÉ objectives and maintaining compliance will be far better equipped to face this task long-term and elevate your company above the competition. The advancement in light-weighting strategy is seemingly divided into several sub-segments including: ·· Advanced light-weight metals ·· Engineered thermoplastics ·· Thermosetting composites ·· High-performance polymers ·· Advanced joining & assembly practices ·· Developing technologies for vehicle design verification and material optimization With the automotive materials market earned revenues of $38 billion in 2010 and an estimated rise to $95.34 billion in 2017, driven by the need to conform to these CAFE standards, the time to act is clearly now so as to ensure that investment does not go for naught. To address the significant advancement in this field the 7th Annual Advancements in Automotive Light- Weighting Summit will bring together the select group of professionals from domestic and international automotive: ·· OEMs ·· Tier 1s ·· Material Manufacturers ·· Research Laboratories ·· Government Agencies to discuss the next steps for the advancement of light- weighting strategy. Join us this May 18-20, 2015 in Detroit, MI to engage in a next-level industry discussion on the road ahead for lightweight strategy, investment and ingenuity. Cheers, John O’Connor Program Director Automotive IQ About the Summit: 12:00pm Registration & Afternoon Lunch / Refreshments 1:00PM Now is the Time for Light-Weight 2:30pm Exploring Applications for the Next-Generation of Experimental Composites in Automotive Light- Weighting Strategy 7:30AM Registration and Morning Refreshments Begin 8:30AM Opening Remarks from Conference Chairperson 8:45AM Approaching Lightweighting Holistically to Optimize Materials for Cost, Performance and Value 9:30AM DOE Efforts to Promote Vehicle Light-Weighting Applications & Technology 10:15AM Networking and Refreshment Break 11:00AM Developing Holistic Vehicle Light-Weighting Through Advancements in Seating and Interior Modules 11:45AM High Impact Lightweight Interior Systems 7:30AM Registration and Morning Refreshments Begin 8:30AM Day Two Opening Remarks from Conference Chairperson 8:45AM Lightweight Design – Challenges In Development Process 9:30AM Optimizing Lightweight Automotive Structural Components by Reinforcing them with Nanocellulose 10:15AM Networking and Refreshment Break 11:00AM Panel Discussion: Composite Materials: A Future for the Automotive Industry? 11:45AM Identify Cost Effective Routes To Achieving Scalable Solutions For Mass-Market Product 4:00pm Reviewing the Advancements that are Keeping Advanced High Strength Steel Competitive on Cost and Performance 5:30pm End of Workshop Day 12:30PM Lunch & Networking Break 2:00PM Advancing the Standard of Perceived Quality While Reducing Weight & Volume in Automotive Seats 2:45PM Panel Discussion: Virtual Verification of Future Light-Weight Product Models Through CAE 3:30PM Afternoon Networking and Refreshment Break 4:15PM Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) for Automotive Applications of Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing 5:45PM Additive Manufacturing Technologies for Producing Innovative Lightweight Structured Components 12:30PM Lunch 1:45PM Interactive Roundtable Discussions 2:30PM Automated Preforming and HP-RTM for Structural Automotive Applications 3:15PM Networking and Refreshment Break 4:00PM Panel discussion: Multi-Material Joining: Challenges and Opportunities 4:45PM Designing to Leverage Significantly Lighter Weight, Reduced Production Cost and Enhanced Strength from Composites 5:30PM Closing Remarks from Summit Chairperson and Conclusion of the 7th Annual Advancements in Automotive Light-Weighting Summit Workshop Day: Day 1 Day 2 Summit Agenda at a Glance
  4. 4. www.advancedlightweightvehicle.com • enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com • 1-800-882-86844 12:00PM Registration & Afternoon Lunch / Refreshments 1:00PM Workshop A: Now is the Time for Light-Weight ·· The focus now is toward multi-material components to achieve lightweight ·· Materials other than light metals that can be used to optimize light-weighting while meeting vehicle performance and cost requirements ·· Overview of specialized processing to produce more exotic material components and unique joining/bonding, and corrosion-inhibiting techniques Gerald Cole Senior Staff Technical Specialist Ford Motor Company (retired) 2:30PM Workshop B: Exploring Applications for the Next-Generation of Experimental Composites in Automotive Light- Weighting Strategy ·· Implementation of chemical science for advanced lightweight automotive material applications ·· Benefits to increased industry research & development partnership for advanced composite materials ·· Decreasing environmental impact & cost through the application of bio-polymers and reduced supply chain footprint For Sponsorship Opportunities please contact: Eric Pompei Divisional Director, Sponsorship Program Development Energy 212-885-2693 eric.pompei@iqpc.com 4:00PM Workshop C: Reviewing the Advancements that are Keeping Advanced High Strength Steel Competitive on Cost and Performance ·· Advanced high strength steel applications for interior light-weighting applications ·· Developments of increased energy absorption in advanced high strength steel and the improved safety provided ·· Maintaining existing supply channels and manufacturing processes and realizing lighter weights at lower costs Steel Market Development Institute (pending) 5:30PM End of Workshop Day Pre-Summit Workshop Day - Monday May 18, 2015 “The conference was interesting and provided important, need information for research purposes.“ Toyota Boshoku America
  5. 5. www.advancedlightweightvehicle.com • enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com • 1-800-882-86845 “Exposure to the work of others is helpful. New concept introduction.” Kongsberg Automotive 7:30AM Registration and Morning Refreshments Begin 8:30AM Opening Remarks from Conference Chairperson 8:45AM Approaching Light-Weighting Holistically to Optimize Materials for Cost, Performance and Value ·· Utilize advanced digital modeling and engineering tools to visualize the vehicle system as a whole as opposed to component by component ·· Apply fiber reinforced metals to improve strength and performance while reducing overall weight ·· Balance solutions for lightweighting with the cost associated and managing the overall value of lightweighting efforts Simon Xu Engineering Group Manager - Vehicle Optimization, Architecture Strategy General Motors 9:30AM DOE Efforts to Promote Vehicle Light-Weighting Applications & Technology ·· How to access grants for advancing light-weighting in the pursuit of improved efficiency & emissions ·· Development of the NALMMII (North American Lightweight Materials Manufacturing Innovation Institute) ·· Realizing the addition of advanced emission control systems, safety devices, and integrated electronic systems without increasing the overall weight of the vehicle due to the use of lightweight structural materials Will Joost Technology Development Manager Vehicle Technologies Office - U.S. DOE (pending) 10:15AM Networking and Refreshment Break 11:00AM Developing Holistic Vehicle Light-Weighting Through Advancements in Seating and Interior Modules ·· Aligning OEM specs for performance, comfort & safety with lighter weight interiors ·· Utilizing next generation materials and manufacturing processes to achieve the lightest weight interiors ·· Lessons learned through materials testing and construction Tony Kmeid VP Engineering Faurecia 11:45AM High Impact Lightweight Interior Systems ·· Leveraging advancements in lightweight materials for luxury vehicles and reverse engineering cost to create feasibility for mass production ·· Utilizing cross industry applications for lightweight interiors from aerospace design ·· Addressing advancements to light-weighting interiors to meet and exceed safety needs/regulations Mark Piekny Manager - Interiors Engineering (pending) Fisker Automotive 12:30PM Lunch & Networking Break 2:00PM Advancing the Standard of Perceived Quality While Reducing Weight & Volume in Automotive Seats ·· Meeting industry trends in vehicle size and managing seat volume to reduced weight while maintaining the utmost perceived quality ·· Taking an integrated approach to meeting OEM requirements and taking ownership of the entire system as opposed to viewing it component by component ·· Creative engineering: utilizing advanced technology to join dissimilar metals and achieve optimized seating structure Victor Polen Group Vice President and General Manager Global Metals and Mechanisms Johnson Controls Main Summit Day One -Tuesday May 19, 2015
  6. 6. www.advancedlightweightvehicle.com • enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com • 1-800-882-86846 Main Summit Day One continued 2:45PM Panel Discussion: Virtual Verification of Future Light- Weight Product Models Through CAE ·· Advancing future vehicle design with application of advanced engineering technology ·· Designing developing proof of concept for advanced multi-material vehicles ·· Lessons learned from development and design trial & error To Be Announced 3:30PM Afternoon Networking and Refreshment Break 4:15PM Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) for Automotive Applications of Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing ·· Reviewing advancements in Big Area Additive Manufacturing (BAAM) ·· Developing applications for advancing automotive industry light-weighting objectives ·· Improving speed to market with rapid prototyping and material testing To Be Announced 5:45PM Additive Manufacturing Technologies for Producing Innovative Lightweight Structured Components ·· Utilize highly advanced materials used in additive manufacturing like grapheme to reduce weight in component parts ·· Reduce the need for & cost of specialized stampings or die-casting with additive manufacturing ·· Improve production time and reduce manufacturing changes Rigoberto Advincula, Ph.D Professor Case Western Reserve University 6:30PM Day One Closing Remarks from Summit Chairperson SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES FOR MORE INFORMATION ON SPONSORING OR EXHIBITING AT THIS OR UPCOMING EVENTS, PLEASE CONTACT US AT ENQUIRYIQPC@IQPC.COM Sponsorships and exhibits are excellent opportunities for your company to showcase its products and services to high-level, targeted decision makers attending The 7th Annual Advancements in Automotive Lightweighting Summit. IQPC and Automotive IQ help companies like yours achieve important sales, marketing, and branding objectives by setting aside a limited number of event sponsorships and exhibit spaces – all of which are tailored to assist your organization in creating a platform to maximize its exposure at the event.
  7. 7. www.advancedlightweightvehicle.com • enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com • 1-800-882-86847 7:30AM Registration and Morning Refreshments Begin 8:30AM Day Two Opening Remarks from Conference Chairperson 8:45AM Lightweight Design – Challenges In Development Process ·· Understand the vehicle as a whole to create opportunities for reducing weight in non-structural components ·· Applying strategies from sports cars that can work for mass production given new market conditions/trends ·· Performing cost/benefit analysis to support the business case for design change Gregg Peterson Senior Technical Specialist Lotus Engineering 9:30AM Optimizing Lightweight Automotive Structural Components by Reinforcing them with Nanocellulose ·· Developing material that is as strong as steel but 7 times lighter ·· Addressing the environmental & cost concern of using carbon fiber for light-weighting ·· Working through processing and scalability challenges Carson Meredith Professor and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies J. Carl Pirkle Senior Faculty Fellow School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Georgia Tech 10:15AM Networking and Refreshment Break 11:00AM Panel Discussion: Composite Materials: A Future for the Automotive Industry? ·· An overview of current industry approaches, future plans and strategy towards light-weighting ·· A look at the different composite materials used and their applications in automotive ·· Does the future of light-weighting vehicles lie with composite materials? Moderator: Sujit Das Sr. Research & Development Staff Oak Ridge National Lab 11:45AM Identify Cost Effective Routes To Achieving Scalable Solutions For Mass-Market Product ·· Optimal multi-material combinations including aluminum, magnesium & composites ·· Weight reduction potential ·· Right material for the right part Dr Mark White Chief Engineer, Body Complete Jaguar Land Rover Product Development 12:30PM Lunch 1:45PM Interactive Roundtable Discussions Join us for these rotating roundtable discussions to create a more intimate discussion of these pressing industry subjects and uncover deeper insights on your efforts you benchmark with your peers in these constructive discussion based sessions on: ·· Managing Supply Chain Integration for New Suppliers & Materials ·· Developing Production Capability for Scaling-up New Light-weight Materials ·· Utilizing Modeling Technology to Optimize Vehicle Design and Material Usage ·· Advanced Material Joining and Assembling Techniques for the Next-Generation Multi- Material Vehicle 2:30PM Automated Preforming and HP-RTM for Structural Automotive Applications Andrew Hrymak Dean, Faculty of Engineering, Professor, Chemical and Biochemical Engineering Western University 3:15PM Networking and Refreshment Break 4:00PM Panel Discussion: Multi-Material Joining: Challenges and Opportunities ·· How to accomplish multi-material joining quickly and at a low cost ·· Discussion of various joining methods pros/cons ·· Technology, service and performance issues & lessons learned To Be Announced 4:45PM Designing to Leverage Significantly Lighter Weight,Reduced Production Cost and Enhanced Strength from Composites ·· Utilize techniques refined for supercars that can be easily translated to mass production with cost in mind ·· Unlock the potential strength and weight benefits of utilizing reinforced composites for structural components ·· Take advantage of opportunity to realize weight savings and material optimization for joining and production processes through the usage of advanced modeling & simulation technologies Darren Goddard Head of Vehicle Engineering McLaren Automotive Ltd (pending) 5:30PM Closing Remarks from Summit Chairperson and Conclusion of the 7th Annual Advancements in Automotive Light-Weighting Summit Main Summit Day Two -Wednesday May 20, 2015
  8. 8. www.advancedlightweightvehicle.com • enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com • 1-800-882-86848 3 Easy Ways to Register Visit www.advancedlightweightvehicle.com Call 1-800-882-8684 Email enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com Registration, Pricing and Venue Information Automotive OEMs, Tier 1 Suppliers & Government/Academia Register & Pay By February 27, 2015 Standard Pricing All Access (Main Summit + Workshop Day) $1,599 Save $700 $2,299 Main Conference $1,299 Save $700 $1,999 Individual Workshops $399 Suppliers/Vendors & Consultants Register & Pay By February 27, 2015 Standard Pricing All Access (Main Conference + Workshop Day) $2,099 Save $800 $4,099 Main Conference $1,699 Save $800 $2.999 Individual Workshops $499 Group Discounts Save: Group of 3-4 10% off Group of 5 or more 15% off *IQPC reserves the right to determine who is considered an End-User or a Vendor upon registration for an event. Those who are determined a vendor will be denied access to End-User pricing. These prices are featured as a limited time only promotion. IQPC reserves the right to increase these prices at its discretion. Please note multiple discounts cannot be combined. A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IQPC *CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6.35% sales tax. Team Discounts: For information on team discounts, please contact IQPC Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684. Only one discount may be applied per registrant. Special Discounts Available: A limited number of discounts are available for the non-profit sector, government organizations and academia. For more information, please contact customer service at 1-800-882-8684. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: Bank Name: JP Morgan Chase & Co. 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Stay Connected! Who you will meet: About Automotive IQ: This event will be held in Detroit, MI. As soon as a specific venue is confirmed we will post the information online. If you would like to be notified via email as soon as the information becomes available please email enquiryiqpc@iqpc.com with the following in the subject line: “Venue Information - 7th Annual Advancements in Automotive Light-Weighting Summit” For more information on sponsorship opportunities please contact Eric Pompei at 212-885-2693 or eric.pompei@iqpc.com For more information on opportunities to participate as a presenter please contact John O’Connor at 646-502-3255 or john.oconnor@iqpc.com Visit www.advancedlightweightvehicle.com today to: ·· Register for the event ·· View the complete speaker roster and biographies ·· Gain free access to relevant podcasts, videos, articles, interviews, whitepapers, and past presentations at our resource center ·· Learn more about the location, venue, and hotel discounts ·· Learn more about our sponsors, exhibitors, and media partners ·· And much more! Automotive IQ is the information based portal dedicated to providing the latest oil and gas intelligence. We explore automotive industry developments and facilitate the continued learning for oil and gas professionals. We offer more than 100 technical and strategic automotive conferences across Europe, Asia, the US and the Middle East. Every year we educate 5,000+ strategic and practical executives annually. Through Automotive IQ, we offer online automotive events & seminars to keep you in the know about technical, strategic and commercial issues that affect your bottom line. We provide a plethora of online content featuring the latest automotive news; including articles, podcast recordings, video presentations, Q&As, blog postings, and whitepapers. Our members benefit from the condensation of various streams of industry research, as well as practical information and tools that span the super critical to everyday automotive industry challenges. IQPCs 7th Annual Advancements in Automotive Light-Weighting Summit will be focusing on the latest developments in automotive light-weighting strategy and based on historic attendance rates/ profiles you will have the opportunity to interact with the automotive industry experts with the following job titles/responsibilities: ·· VP of Engineering ·· VP of R&D ·· Vice President, Engineering & Technology ·· Chief Engineer ·· Chief Technical Officer ·· Chief Metallurgist ·· Technical Fellow ·· Senior Technical Specialist ·· Director of R&D ·· Program Manager ·· Development Lead Lightweight Body in White/Front End Module/Rear End Module/Exterior/Chassis/Drivetrain ·· Manufacturing Engineer ·· Material Engineer ·· Design Engineer ·· Director of Emission/CO2 Strategy ·· Director of Materials Engineering ·· Body Structure Engineer 1 2 3

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