Call for Papers for electronica Automotive

The electronica Automotive Conference on November 9, 2020 kicks off with a series of presentations, forums and discussion panels focusing on the opportunities and challenges faced by the automotive electronics industry.

electronica’s event program will focus again on latest technologies around electrified vehicles, autonomous driving, lighting technologies and new interior electronics and display trends.

You can now submit a paper and become a part of electronica Automotive:

electronica Automotive Conference
November 9, 2020, ICM—Internationales Congress Center München

electronica Automotive Forum
November 10-13, 2020, hall B4

This year we will focus on the following key topics:

  • Technologies and solutions for High(er) Voltages in vehicles

  • Connectivity, Cloud, Security

  • Displays

  • ADAS/Autonomous Driving

  • Interior Lighting & Electronics

  • Who can be a speaker?

    Experts from industry and research, technology specialists from manufacturers and suppliers of Automotive hardware and software components as well as experienced professionals from the industry.

  • What questions should be answered?

    Your presentation should address the key topics and highlight the requirements and challenges that are being posed to Automotive components and systems in the future. Other additional proposals of interesting topics are also welcome.

    The Conference language is English.

  • What is the deadline? What do I need to know?

    All interested parties are invited to submit their abstract until 15 April 2020. The program committee under the lead of chairman Mr. Peter Gresch (see contact e-mail below) will evaluate the submissions after the deadline.

    Announcement of acceptance will be send out in June 2020. By this time the speakers are also informed about the venue (electronica Automotive Conference or electronica Automotive Forum).

  • Who can be a speaker?

    Experts from industry and research, technology specialists from manufacturers and suppliers of Automotive hardware and software components as well as experienced professionals from the industry.

  • What questions should be answered?

    Your presentation should address the key topics and highlight the requirements and challenges that are being posed to Automotive components and systems in the future. Other additional proposals of interesting topics are also welcome.

    The Conference language is English.

  • What is the deadline? What do I need to know?

    All interested parties are invited to submit their abstract until 15 April 2020. The program committee under the lead of chairman Mr. Peter Gresch (see contact e-mail below) will evaluate the submissions after the deadline.

    Announcement of acceptance will be send out in June 2020. By this time the speakers are also informed about the venue (electronica Automotive Conference or electronica Automotive Forum).

Contact:

Chairman eAC program committee

Mr. Peter Gresch,
E-mail: info@pgub-consult.de

Conference management electronica team

Mrs Kristina Blidon
E-mail: kristina.blidon@messe-muenchen.de

Mrs. Marina Gringel
E-mail: marina.gringel@messe-muenchen.de

Program committee

Peter Gresch, OptE GP Consulting
Chairman of program committee

Hans Adlkofer, Infineon Technologies AG
Manuel Alves, NXP Semiconductors
Dr. Wolfgang Bochtler, Mektec Europe GmbH
Claas Bracklo, BMW AG
Mustafa Dinc, Vishay Semiconductor GmbH
Torsten Gollewski, ZF Friedrichshafen AG
Dr. Stefan Gutschling, ZVEI e.V.
Uwe Hauck, TE Connectivity GmbH
Sven Kallinich, KOSTAL Kontakt Systeme GmbH
Robert Kraus, Inova Semiconductors GmbH
Thomas Nindl, Brusa Elektronik GmbH
Martin Schleicher, Elektrobit Automotive GmbH
Josef Schriek, Wonder Automotive Europe GmbH
Christoph Stoppok, ZVEI e.V.
Jean-Francois Tarabbia, Valeo

 
 
 
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