Join this new webinar on Alternative fuel vehicles – Status quo and future projects of sustainable mobility.
About this Webinar
The automotive industry is changing, moving away from traditional engines towards alternative drive systems. As can be seen from the steadily growing demand for electric cars and innovative mobility solutions, the automotive industry and its consumers are focusing on the issue of sustainability.
In this webinar, Dr. Till Gnann from the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, will speak about the role of alternative fuel vehicles and why sustainable solutions are of increasing importance to the automotive industry.
Key Learning Objectives:
On 8 November, you will:
- Learn more about technology alternatives to conventionally fueled vehicles and the difference in energy generation and supply
- Get more information about the status quo of alternative fuel vehicles in Germany and worldwide
- Understand the future market developments and their impact on the energy systems
- Get an overview of the current subsidy programs of the countries
About the Speakers:
Till Gnann studied industrial engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and at the Politecnico di Milano, Italy. He gained experience abroad in Santa Clara, CA. Since April 2011, Till has been working at the Competence Centre Energy Technology and Energy Systems. In July 2015, he completed his PhD at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) on the market diffusion of plug-in electric vehicles and their charging infrastructure.
In 2016, he spent a research semester at Argonne National Lab (Chicago, IL), Oak Ridge National Lab (Knoxville, TN) and the US Department of Energy (Washington, DC) to work on the international market diffusion of plug-in electric vehicles. Since April 2020, Till Gnann has been coordinating the cross-cutting topic of electromobility at Fraunhofer ISI.
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 (e.g. atomic emission and X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy) methods. In 2019 he joined Leica Microsystems as a specialist in LIBS (Laser-induced Breakdown Spectroscopy) and further specific compound microscopy applications.
Konstantin’s role give 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.