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Technical Cleanliness: new demands of the electromobility sector

Join this new webinar on Technical Cleanliness: new demands of the electromobility sector.

About this Webinar

Electric vehicles contain components and systems that have high cleanliness standards, and laboratories involved in their inspection have to adapt to these. This has led to the need to revise the VDA 19.1 standard. With the increasing trend towards e-mobility, the inspection sector is challenged with finding new technical solutions to meet these higher demands on particle analysis.

In this webinar, Dr.-Ing. Markus Rochowicz, from the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation in Stuttgart, will speak about the history of the VDA 19-standards & guidelines and why there is an increasing focus on technical cleanliness in the automotive industry and supplier industries.

Key Learning Objectives: 

On 25 October, you will:

  • Learn why identifying particles is important to automotive systems and how to measure these particles in a laboratory
  • Get more information about the influence of electromobility on technical cleanliness analysis
  • Find out more about new technical aspects and solutions for particle measurement
  • Understand the content of the upcoming VDA 19.1 revision

About the Event Speakers: 

Dr.-Ing. Markus Rochowicz is Group Leader for cleanliness technology at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation in Stuttgart, Germany. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Stuttgart, where he also studied Physics.

Since 2008, he has led the cleanliness technology group at the Fraunhofer Institute IPA, with a current focus on technical cleanliness, precision cleaning technologies, component surface cleanliness, cleanroom optimization, and cleanliness certification. He and his team played a leading role in the development of the current standards VDA 19.1, VDA 19.2 and ISO 16232.

Konstantin Kartaschew holds a PhD in physical chemistry from the Ruhr University Bochum (Germany), with a focus on micro-spectroscopic analysis. After his PhD he broadened his experience, as a product specialist for spectroscopy within several molecular and elemental spectroscopy methods (e.g. atomic emission and X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy). In 2019, he joined Leica Microsystems as a specialist in LIBS (Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy) and further specific compound microscopy applications.

Konstantin’s role gives him the opportunity to exchange with customers in different industries. Learning about their challenges and offering them practical advice gives him great job satisfaction. 

Who should attend this webinar: 

This webinar is ideal for anyone working in the following positions: Quality Engineer, Quality Manager, Production Manager, Production member, Inspection Manager, Inspection Engineer, Quality Control Manager, Quality Assurance Manager, Quality control member, R&D Manager, R&D Engineer, R&D Member, R&D Development Manager, Development Manager, Development Engineer, Product Development Manager, Laboratory Manager, Researcher, Research Scientist, Laboratory Manager, Analytical Lab Manager, Laboratory Technician, Microscopist. Book your place below.


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