Programme 2019


TUESDAY | 29 OCTOBER 2019WEDNESDAY | 30 OCTOBER 2019

CHAIRMAN:
Wolfgang Erner, Technology Manager Europe, NSG Pilkington Automotive

9.30

Business reception

CHALLENGES OF NEW MOBILITY

10.00

Opening by the chairman

  • ADAS Systems for supported and autonomous driving
  • KI (AI) in autonomous driving, the learning cobot/robot
  • Differentiation between country and megacities?
  • Connectivity and its influence on design and car characteristics

Wolfgang Erner

10.30

The IEEE P2020 working group on automotive image quality – optical quality of windscreens moving into focus
Prof. Dr. Alexander Braun, Professor für Physik, Fachbereich Elektro- und Informationstechnik, Hochschule Düsseldorf, University of Applied Sciences

LIGHT WEIGHT SOLUTIONS

11.00

New Structure of polymer multi-layer polycarbonate glazing for light-weight auto-glazing solutions

  • Old technology with a new approach
  • Diversity of applications
  • Distinguished properties for auto-glazing

Dr. David Wang, CEO, Enflex Corporation

11.30

Light-weighting Vehicles: New Glazing Concepts
DeWitt Lampman, Senior Engineer, Vitro Automotive Glass, Pittsburgh Glass Works, LLC.

12.00

Networking lunch in the exhibition area

WINDSHIELDS

1.00

New Generation of Head-up Displays – Challenges for the windshield development and UI Concepts

  • Higher windshield quality and new measurement concepts
  • Image defects need to be considered and measured
  • Correlating the measured virtual image defects
  • Limitations of windshield production

Daniel Wagner, PhD Candidate in New Automotive Glazing Technologies, Daimler AG

1.30

Safety aspect of re-glazing windscreens

  • Safety from the past to today
  • Laboratory evaluation oft he physical performance
  • Crash test

Oto Tot, Vehicle Repair Maintanance TCS Manager, Henkel AG & Co. KGaA

2.00

A comparison of various de-airing methods for windshields, sidelites and sunroofs

• The de-airing process prior to final autoclave processing
• Three available industrial solutions: vacuum ring, nipper roller and vacuum bag processes
• A comparison based on total cost per unit between these methods

Serhat Oran, Managing Director, Olbricht Automation GmbH

2.30

Automotive windshield metrology and quality control using optical technologies

  • Thickness/thickness uniformity of glass and interlayers
  • Pre-lamination air gap assessment
  • Specialty coatings and layers, acoustic, IR filters
  • Wedge angle measurements
  • Optical quality for through-the-glass assisted and autonomous driving sensors

Filipp Ignatovich, PhD., Chief Technical Officer, Lumetrics, Inc.

3.00

Central nervous system for film and glass

  • Hybrids with plastic and glass
  • Printed electronics
  • Haptic feedback
  • Digital printing

Dipl.-Ing. Dominik Malecha, Bereichsleiter Oberflächentechnik Formteile, Bereich Oberflächen-/Dekorverfahren, Kunststoff-Institut Lüdenscheid

3.30

Networking break in the exhibition area

BREAKOUT SESSION

  • Listen to the ideas of colleagues and competitors
  • Take the opportunity to move between tables
  • Exchange perspectives, greatly enriching the possibility for surprising new insights
  • Share collective discoveries
4.00

TOPICS

SESSION 1
“New requirements of ADAS“

Wolfgang Erner, Technology Manager Europe, NSG Pilkington Automotive

SESSION 2
“New requirements of OEMs“
Lars Hergeselle, Ingenieur, Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft

SESSION 3 – Host
“Noise, vibration, harshness trends and evolution with new-energy vehicles“

Jun Lu, Technology Fellow, Eastman and Hengyi, Research Scientist, EASTMAN

SESSION 4 – Host
“Car HMI glazing“

Masahi Yanai, General Manager Product Planning, Sekisui

SESSION 5 – Host
“The future of glass – will the future be glass, polycarbonate, another substrate and how does that impact the future landscape etc.“

Domenica Kirchmeyer, Senior Specialist Application, Engineering, 3M
Paul Kolokowski, Acvanced Application Engineer Specialist, 3M

5.00

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

6.00

End of the first conference day

6.30

Evening event

Host

At the end of the first conference day 3M invites you to take the opportunity to expand and strengthen your network in an informal and relaxed atmosphere with food and drinks

8.30

Reception with coffee and tea in the exhibition

9.00

Opening by the chairmen
Wolfgang Erner

TAPES AND FILMS

9.15

Process optimization for part application to laminated and tempered glass

  • Introduction of a different bonding method to glass
  • Technical profile of the structural bonding tape
  • Application integration with process optimization

Dr. Mario Otte, Senior Technical Manager, Automotive & Aerospace, 3M

9.45

Current applications of laminated glazing

  • Market needs for laminated glass
  • Kuraray’s innovation programs

Uwe Keller, Kuraray

10.15

Functional Tapes for Displays & Glazing

  • Optical bonding, functional tapes, automotive electronics

Dr. Thomas Schubert, Lab Manager – Application Solution Engineering, Tesa SE and
Brady Hanson, International Product Manager, Tesa SE

10.45

Fast and safe bonding to glass with UV-activated Epoxy-Tapes

  • Light transparency of the attachment parts
  • Confirmation of sufficient activation energy by colour change
  • Flexibility of the process set-up through a time lag

Dr.-Ing. Johannes Stahl, Application Engineering and Cornelia Sundrum, New Business Development, Lohmann GmbH & Co. KG

11.15

Networking break in the exhibition area

NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND METHODS

11.45

Sound propagation and next generation acoustic glazing

  • Acoustic fundamentals and sound propagation
  • Saflex® E-series properties and performance
  • Benefits and importance of enhanced acoustic glazing within high frequency ranges (5-10k Hz)

Jun Lu, Technology Fellow, Eastman and Hengyi Ju, Research Scientist, Eastman

12.15

Stress field measurement on automotive glazing
Johan Anton, CEO, GlasStress LTD

12.45

Networking lunch in the exhibition area

1.45

Beyond Distortion: A more comprehensive optical characterization for automotive glazing qualification in ADAS applications.
Stephane Baldo, CTO, SYNERGX Technologies Inc. Canada

2.15

Tactile | Multisenor | 3D Scanning | Industrial CT: appropriate technology for Highend- Quality Control
Christian Klostermann, Geschäftsführer, Klostermann Ingenieurbüro und Vertriebsgesellschaft mbH

2.45

High performance protective coatings for ligweight polymer glazings

  • PC and PMMA glazings
  • Vacuum deposition technologies for thin high performance coatings
  • Optical properties and abrasion resistance

Dr. Karen Stoeffler, Team Leader, Polymers & Bioproducts, Automotive and Surface Transportation Research Centre, Division of Transportation and Manufacturing

3.15

PANEL DISCUSSION:
Next generation glazing – How will new requirements affect the traditional business?

MODERATION: Wolfgang Erner

4.15

End of the CTI Conference Automotive Glazing Europe