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Automotive Acoustics Conference 2017
The 4th Automotive Acoustics Conference will take place on July 11 & 12, 2017 at the Gottlieb Duttweiler Institute (GDI) in Ruschlikon / Zurich, Switzerland.
This globally leading conference under the patronage of Professor Paolo Ermanni (ETH) will address current and relevant topics in automotive acoustics, such as body and powertrain NVH (noise, vibration, harshness), sound package engineering, measurement and simulation technologies as well as the impact of exterior noise and CO2 legislation. Based on over 40 years of experience, the Automotive Acoustics Conference has established itself as one of the most important innovation hubs worldwide for boosting an exchange of ideas and experience among NVH specialists. At the same time, a comprehensive exhibition will give insights into the latest products and technologies in the field of acoustic and thermal management.
Are you interested in presenting a paper on one of following subjects?
• Vehicle NVH
• Engine and powertrain NVH
• Lightweight NVH materials and components
• NVH of HEVs & BEVs
• Vehicle exterior noise
• Measuring, testing and experimental engineering
• Calculation and simulation
More information can be found in the official Call for Papers.
Deadline for submitting proposals is December 2, 2016.
The Automotive Acoustics Conference is one of the prime international conventions for vehicle acoustics. The scientific lead is within Autoneum and the two-day event is co-ordinated with ATZ live, a company organizing conferences for the automotive industry.
Experts from car manufacturers, automotive suppliers and research institutes from all over the world catch up on the bi-annual conference. Discussion points circle around the latest developments regarding the reduction of interior and exterior noise of cars, the impacts coming from new regulations in the field of automotive acoustics or the interaction between acoustic, thermal and aerodynamic features of vehicle components.