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ERC – 2015 SYMPOSIUM

Theme: “2025 Engine Emissions and Fuel Economy”

June 3rd and 4th, 2015
1800 Engineering Hall Building,
1415 Engineering Drive, Madison WI 53706

Program Agenda

Zip file of presentations

First Day Morning Program (June 3rd):

7:30 AM Continental Breakfast – Open Registration
8:15 AM Welcoming Address - Susan C. Hagness, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Affairs College of Engineering, Univ of Wisconsin – Madison
8:30 AM Session I - LIGHT DUTY ENGINES - Session Chair – Professor Jaal B. Ghandhi
KeynotePowertrain Innovations for Future Vehicles - an ARPA-E Perspective” (45 min) - Chris Atkinson, Program Director, ARPA-E
Progress (and Challenges) along the path to 2025” (30 min) - Ronald A. Reese, II, Manager Advanced Combustion Systems, FCA US LLC
Future Powertrain Direction” (30 min) - Michael O. Harpster, Director Propulsion Systems Research Laboratory, General Motors Global Research and Development
10:15 AM Refreshment Break (30 minutes)
Mazda’s Approach for Developing Engines from a Perspective of Environmental Improvement” (30 min) - Mitsuo Hitomi, Managing Executive, Powertrain Development and Electric Drive System Development, Mazda Motor Corporation
Toyota's High Efficiency Diesel Combustion Concept” (30 min) - Takeshi Hashizume, Project Manager, Advanced Unit Management System Development Division, Toyota Motor Corporation
Panel Discussion: “Light Duty Engine Research Needs Beyond 2025” (30 min) - All, Moderator Professor Jaal B. Ghandhi
12:15 PM Lunch (60 minutes) - Atrium of Engineering Centers Building

First Day Afternoon Program (June 3rd):

1:15 PM Session II – MEDIUM and HEAVY DUTY ENGINES - Session Chair – Professor Chris J. Rutland
Keynote “Off-Road Mobile Machinery Fuel Efficiency - a Total Systems Perspective” (45 min) - Lou Balmer-Millar, Director of Research & Advanced Engineering, Caterpillar Inc.
Engine System Technologies to Meet Future Greenhouse Gas Regulations in Commercial Vehicle Applications” (30 min) - Gary C. Salemme, Director, Advanced Engineering Systems Integration, Cummins Inc.
Heavy Duty Powertrain Integration: Trends and Opportunities” (30 min) - Carl Hergart, Advanced Powertrain Technology, PACCAR Inc.
3:00 PM Refreshment Break (30 minutes)
Efficiency and Emission Improvements for Future Off-road Engines” (30 min) - Richard E. Winsor, Senior Staff Engineer, John Deere Power Systems
Emissions and GHG from a Full-Line Manufacturer’s Perspective” (30 min) - Eric E. Kurtz, Diesel Combustion Technical Expert, Research and Advanced Engineering, Ford Motor Company
Panel Discussion: “Medium and Heavy Duty Engine Research Needs Beyond 2025” (30 min) - All, Moderator Professor Chris J. Rutland
6:00 PM Evening - SYMPOSIUM SOCIAL/DINNER – Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery - 330 North Orchard St., Next to UW- Madison, sponsored by ACS

Second Day Morning Program (June 4th):

8:00 AM Continental Breakfast
8:30 AM Session III – FUELS and EMISSIONS - Session Chair – Associate Professor David A. Rothamer
KeynoteFuel/Engine Interactions: Potential for Emissions and Efficiency Benefits” (45 min) - Paul C. Miles, Manager Engine Combustion Research, Sandia National Laboratory
Engine Efficiency and Emissions Trends” (30 min) - Timothy V. Johnson, Director - Emerging Technologies and Regulations Corning Environmental Technologies
“Transportation Fuels and Engine Technology Opportunities” (30 min) - David J. Cleary, Director Detroit Research Center, Saudi Aramco
10:15 AM Refreshment Break (30 minutes)
EPA/NHTSA Update on Phase II GHG and Fuel Efficiency Rules for Medium and Heavy Duty Vehicle” (30 min) - Houshun Zhang, Senior Staff Engineer, Assessment & Standards Div., US EPA Office of Transportation & Air Quality
ERC Research on Advanced Fueling Strategies for High Efficiency, Low Emission Engines” (30 min) - Rolf D. Reitz, Director Engine Research Center, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Panel Discussion: ”Fuels and Emissions Research Needs Beyond 2025“ (30 min) - All, Moderator Associate Professor David A. Rothamer
12:15 PM DISCUSSION – Concluding Remarks - Professor Rolf D. Reitz, Director Engine Research Center, University of Wisconsin - Madison
12:30 PM Box Lunch
1:30 PM LAB TOURS – Engine Research Center - Michael J. Andrie, Direct-injection Engine Research Consortium, Program Manager, University of Wisconsin - Madison