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  • July 08-09, 2019 Zürich, Switzerland

    6th International Conference and Exhibition on

    S C I E N T I F I C P R O G R A M

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    AUTOMOBILE & MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

  • Dear Colleagues,

    We are glad to announce the 6th International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile & Mechanical Engineering which is to be held in July 08- 09, 2019 Zürich, Switzerland organized by Conference Series LLC Ltd in collaboration with generous support and cooperation from enthusiastic academicians and editorial Board Members.

    This conference is a unique international platform that’s a confluence of all Automotive Industry, Automotive Vehicles & Design, Mechanical Engineering Departments from Academia, Researchers, innovator, Regulators – coming together to present and discuss current topics in Automotive Engine, Mechatronics & Robotics, Mechanical Design & Manufacturing, Noise Vibration and Harshness(NVH) in automobiles, Aerodynamics, GPS, Automotive Safety and will be available to discuss with you the latest issues and trends in Overcoming Milestones towards Automobile & Mechanical Engineering under the theme “Invention and Innovation of New Concepts in the Field of Nanotechnology”. As the premier event, we have developed a program with your interests in mind. We have not only increased the number of opportunities for you to network with colleagues from across the world but also introduced more focused sessions that will feature cutting edge presentations, special panel discussions, and livelier interaction with industry leaders and experts.

    Life is full of give and take. Make it count in your professional life. Attend the Automobile & Mechanical Engineering Conference to network with your peers, exchange expertise and experiences, and arm yourself with the latest information to take your department to the next level.

    We look forward to personally welcoming you to Zürich, Switzerland.

    Sincerely, Automobile Europe 2019 Organizing Committee

    6TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE AND EXHIBITION ON

    AUTOMOBILE & MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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  • 6t h International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile &

    Mechanical Engineering

    JULY 08-09, 2019 ZURICH, SWITZERLAND

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    Julian Dunne is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Sussex UK. His expertise is in Dynamics and Control, with application interests in low emission vehicles, in particular, noise and vibration prediction for ‘light-weighted’ vehicles; control of combustion in downsized engines; evaporative cooling of Hybrid Electric Vehicle engines; kinetic energy recovery systems; and novel power generators. His special application interest is on efficient Range Extenders for Hybrid Electric Vehicles. He currently leads the 36-strong Dynamics, Control, and Vehicle Research Group at Sussex University. Professor Dunne has 78 refereed publications, and is an Editorial Board member of three journals.

    After graduating in Australia in 1966, Colin commenced his automotive engineering career, specialising in engine design and development, high-performance, emissions, and alternative fuels. After two years, he was awarded a scholarship to continue his engineering education and work experience at a major automotive research centre in the U.S.

    Hamad is a PHD candidate at mechanical engineering department of University of Birmingham. His research project revolves around studying tyre dynamics and finite element modelling.

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    Panagiotis Meletis is in the last year of his PhD in the Signal Processing Systems lab of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). He is a member of Mobile Perception Systems research cluster, where he develops image recognition algorithms for its autonomous driving car. He is also a TU/e Ambassador of the TU/e Communication Department.

    A.V. Lokotko, born in 1938, graduated from Tomsk Polytechnic University in 1961 with a degree in Internal Combustion Engines. In 1961-63 he worked in Kamchatka as the head of a diesel department at a power station. Since 1965 he has been working at the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the SB RAS. In 1987 he defended his thesis, and in 2003 - his doctoral dissertation. He has more than 140 publications in periodicals. Specialist in applied gas dynamics and aerodynamically experimental methods.

    Mr. Burton graduated from Brigham Young University in Accounting and shortly after joined the firm KPMG with a focus on auditing. He was then recruited to be a CFO for a ballistic material manufacturer where following, he took over day to day management duties. That company was sold and Mr. Burton left and started his new company (IAC) with completely new technology, product, employees and in a different state.

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    With stringent environmental regulations, and lightweight/fuel economy demands, advanced automobile exhaust system design relies on utilization of materials to its maximum capacity against low- cycle fatigue (LCF) and thermo mechanical fatigue (TMF) failure. Traditionally, characterization of material’s LCF/TMF resistance was obtained through extensive testing and correlation, which drives the cost up for design. An integrated creep-fatigue theory (ICFT) has been developed at the National Research Council Canada.

    Professor, Koo, had completed his PhD at the age of 37 years from the KAIST, and worked at national research institutes like the KIST, the KIMM and the KRRI from 1987 to 2005. He is the dean of the railway safety department in the Seoul National University of Science and Technology. He has published more than 100 papers in reputed journals.

    Kyugngseok Lee received his master degree in Mechanical Engineering from Chonnam National Universion in 2013 and is currently a Ph.D. student in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Tokyo Institute of Technology. His fields of interest include mechanical engineering, chemical reaction, and after-tretment system for vehicles emission.This research was supported by the Sasamura Foundation for the Promotion of Engineering of Japan (2017–18), and partially supported by the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) grant funded by the Korea Ministry of Science.

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    KyungHwan Kim is in course of Mechanical and Automotive Engineering master’s degree from Chonnam national university, Republic of Korea. This research was supported by the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) grant funded by the Korea Ministry of Science

    Annie Kortsari is a research associate at HIT/CERTH and Impact Manager of the E- Ferry project. She holds a degree in civil engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and An MBA from the University of Macedonia, Greece. She is currently a PhD candidate in the area of railway transport with her Thesis focusing on railway freight transport between Europe and Asia. She has been working in the Institute since 2005 and has participated in numerous research projects and transport studies. Her expertise is on railway transport systems, maritime transportation, mobility management, seasonal transport demand management, and intelligent transport systems.

    Mahabir Gupta with exponential years of software development and security evaluator experience in broad range of industries including Healthcare, Automobile, Construction, E-commerce, Banking, IOT and mobile gaming. Solid understanding of full mobile and software development life cycles, Penetration Testing, EMVCo & PCI Guideline, Security Threat and Agile methodologies. Mobile passionate with an extensive knowledge in defining project scope, requirement, technical specification and designing security threat architecture of the application.

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    Cüneyt Ezgi is an Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Beykent University. He graduated from the Mechanical Engineering at Gazi University in 1991. He joined Turkish Naval Forces in 1993 as Naval Engineer Ensign. He received European Welding Engineering diploma from European Welding Federation in 1994. Dr. Ezgi received his Msc and Ph.D. degrees in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Ege University in 2004 and 2009. He was certified as Energy Manager by EIE in 2011. He retired from Turkish Naval Forces at rank of Naval Engineer Captain in 2016. His general research interests are energy, heat transfer, thermodynamics, thermal systems engineering, refrigeration, heat exchangers, heat pumps, renewable energy, hydrogen and fuel cells, naval engineering systems.

    Sergey Medvedev has completed his PhD at the age of 31 years from Institute of Engineering Cybernetics of Academy of Sciences of Belorussian Soviet Social Republic and Dsc from United Institute of Informatics Problems (UIIP), National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. He is the head of laboratory of technical system synthesis of UIIP. He has published more than 150 papers in reputed journals and materials of scientific conferences.

    Marek Marcinek is an Associate Professor at Warsaw University of Technology. Born in1973 in Byto