Special Lectures in 2022

So far, six special lectures took place, ranging from electrics and electronics over agile production up to innovative vehicle concepts.

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Matthias Vollat - Nov 30, 2020
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The KIT Mobility Systems Center delivered its first lecture series delving into the future of mobility systems. The series kicked off with Professor Albers from KIT-IPEK offering insights into cutting-edge research on powertrain systems and the system of systems approach. Professor Sax from KIT ITIV followed in February with a session on Electrics and Electronics in Mobility, a crucial area for future advancements. In March, Professors Reussner and Zöllner from FZI explored the topic of Digitalization in Mobility, highlighting its transformative potential.

Professor Fleischer then addressed Agile Production Concepts for Future Mobility Systems in April, outlining strategies for efficient and adaptable manufacturing. Dr. Kärger shared expertise on Lightweight Design for Mobility Applications in June, emphasizing the importance of reducing vehicle weight. The series concluded with Professor Geimer's lecture on Requirements on Vehicle Concepts for Mobile Machines, tackling the specific considerations for these specialized vehicles.