Program 2018


CONFERENCE DAY 1CONFERENCE DAY 2

MONDAY, 14 MAY 2018

9.00

Business Reception – register and network in the exhibition area
Bring plenty of business cards and find out who is who right from the start! Visit of the automotive glazing exhibition.

9.30

Welcome address by CTI and opening of the conference by the chairman

Joseph E. PoleyJoseph E. Poley
Senior Research Associate
Poley Technology LLC

GLAZING TRENDS

9.45

PC Glazing: trends, enabling technologies and industrialization

  • Megatrends driving the automotive industry
  • How PC glazing can help harness these megatrends
  • Enabling PC glazing via the E900 coating system
  • Supply chain development to enable production

Dhiraj UikeyDhiraj Uikey
Staff Scientist
SABIC

WINDSHIELDS – ADAS, COMPONENTS, BENDING, BONDING FILMS

10.15

Autonomous Driving – Challenges for Glazing

Gerald-Alexander BeeseGerald-Alexander Beese
Head of Strategic Project Management
KTI GmbH & Co. KG – German Research Institute

10.45

Q & A with the speakers

11.00

Networking break in the exhibition area

11.30

ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) – How to meet increased requirements to detect and prevent optical distortion in automotive windshields

  • Ages of Automotive Glazing
  • What is optical distortion?
  • How to measure optical distortion – Ages of Automotive Glazing
  • Results of mono Cameras versus stereo Cameras

Joseph LaPlanteJoseph LaPlante
Key Account Manager
ISRA Surface Vision Inc.

12.00

ADAS Issues – Windshield Replacement

Sean O’MalleySean O’Malley
Senior Test Coordinator
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

12.30

Q & A with the speakers

12.45

Networking lunch in the exhibition area

1.50

Glass Insurance Losses

  • Cost and frequency trends
  • Panoramic roofs
  • Windshield cost
  • Repair rates

Kay WakemanKay Wakeman
Research Analyst
Highway Loss Data Institute

2.20

Humidity on structural bonding tapes for automotive glazing new sbt-111

  • Structural bonding tapes nowadays
  • New synthesize monomers for humidity conditions

Iñigo Calvo Sandra Güell

Iñigo Calvo, Adhesive R&D Director, Oribay Group and
Sandra Güell, Commercial Manager, Oribay Group

2.50

New Polarized Windshield Film to Improve HUD Performance

  • Augmented Reality HUDs will use the entire windshield to relay safety critical information
  • New in-glazing windshield combiner film (WCF) to improve HUD performance and ensure visibility under all viewing conditions, including when using polarized sunglasses
  • Description of WCF and a description of the potential advantages: HUD system design flexibility, improved efficiency and brightness, the reduction of ghosting artifacts, the elimination of the need for a wedge PVB layer and the rejection of solar energy for cabin thermal control
John Van Derlofske, Ph.D.

John Van Derlofske, Ph.D.
Senior Scientist
3M

3.20

Car glass bending of high quality windshields

Johan PalmersJohan Palmers
Global Product Market Manager
Bekaert – Bekintex

3.50

Q & A with the speakers

4.00

Networking break in the exhibition area

4.30 WORLD CAFÉ SESSION

EXPLORE QUESTIONS THAT MATTER

  • Contribute your ideas and perspectives
  • Listen to the ideas of colleagues and competitors
  • Pay attention to themes, patterns and insights
  • Take the opportunity to move between tables
  • Exchange perspectives, greatly enriching the possibility for surprising new insights
  • Share collective discoveries

TOPICS OF THE ROUND TABLES:

  • Components
  • ADAS/Augmented reality
  • Design trends
  • New challenges the glazing industry is currently facing

CHAIRMEN:

David Allen Gerald-Alexander Beese Martin Tune Jose Muñoz

David Allen, Exterior Systems Engineering, Core Global Glazing, Ford Motor Company
Gerald-Alexander Beese, Head of Strategic Project Management, KTI GmbH & Co. KG – German Research Institute
Martin Tune, Supplier Quality Engineer, Volkswagen Group of America
Jose Muñoz, Executive Director, Oribay Group

5.30

Presenting the results of the table discussion in front of the plenary

6.00

End of the first conference day

8.30

End of Evening event

GET TOGETHER!
At the end of the first conference day CTI invites you to take the opportunity to expand and strengthen your network in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy the evening with a barbeque and cold drinks.

TUESDAY, 15 MAY 2018

8.30

Business reception and visit of the automotive glazing exhibition

9.00

Opening of day 2 by the chairman

BUSES

9.15

The novel utilization of polycarbonate glazing to faciliate a novel lightweight upper-deck structure for double decker buses

  • The increasing penetration of double decker buses in the US and the importance of lightweighting
  • How the integration of polycarbonate glazing enables a novel system redesign of the upper-deck structure achieving a 30 % system light-weighting potential
  • The additional benefits of this lightweight PC glazing bus structure – including safety & passenger experience enhancement
  • Results of durability testing of coated polycarbonate glazing exposed to the daily bus-washing regime

Christopher MicallefChristopher Micallef
Engineering Doctorate Research Engineer
International Research Center, WMG, University of Warwick, UK

TINT-ON DEMAND

9.45

Next Generation of Electronic Tint-on-Demand for Automotive Glazing Applications

  • Overview of the guest-host technology
  • Examples of current commercial applications
  • Status on large scale Production

Bahman TaheriBahman Taheri
CEO
Alpha Micron

10.15

Q & A with the speakers

10.30

Networking break in the exhibition area

COATINGS AND FILMS

11.00

Electrochromic Dynamic Glazing

  • Overview of dynamic glazing technologies suitable for automotive applications
  • Overview of Electrochromic Film technology developed by Argil
  • Examples of Argil Electrochromic Film use in automotive glazing applications such as dimmable sunroof and side windows
  • Comparison of Argil Electrochromic Technology versus competing Dynamic Glazing Technologies such as SPD and PDLC

Damoder ReddyDamoder Reddy
Founder & CEO
Argil, Inc.

11.30

Advancement in Wet-coat Glazing Technology

  • Characterization: evolution of tools for failure prediction and prevention
  • Formulation: designing to optimize surface abrasion and crack resistance
  • Application Development: new techniques in film build and appearance management

Dr Jennifer DavidDr Jennifer David
Senior Scientist
Momentive Performance Materials

12.00

Protective Coatings for PMMA Automotive Glazings

  • Silicon based coating by chemical vapor deposition (CVD)
  • Composite coating by physical vapor deposition (PVD)
  • Short term and long term performance of coated PMMA

Dr Minh Tan Ton-ThatDr Minh Tan Ton-That
Senior Research Officer
National Research Council Canada

12.30

Q & A with the speakers

12.45

Networking lunch in the exhibition area

2.00 PANEL DISCUSSION

What are the requirement of the OEMs? How suppliers meet those demands.

Joseph E. PoleyMODERATOR:
Joseph E. Poley
Senior Research Associate
Poley Technology LLC

PANELISTS:

David Allen Martin Tune Jose Muñoz

David Allen, Exterior Systems Engineering, Core Global Glazing,
Ford Motor Company
Martin Tune, Supplier Quality Engineer, Volkswagen Group of America
Jose Muñoz, Executive Director, Oribay Group

3.00

Discussion & final remarks

3.30

End of the 4th International CTI Conference Automotive Glazing USA