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    Future Powertrain Conference, 24-25 February 2016, National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham – Registration is now OPEN!

    Start date: 24/02/2016
    Cost: See Delegate cost in article

    The Future Powertrain Conference (FPC2016) is a two-day UK event created to bring together industry and academic experts within the powertrain development field. It will open up presentations and discussions on the solutions to the challenges faced by the engineering industry in the UK and internationally over the next ten years.

    With multiple pressures pushing the industry to meet ever tighter emission regulations, the need to develop and implement new technology is increasing all the time and the inherent risks can only be mitigated by a better understanding of the technology.

    To help strengthen the UK engineering community and to meet this challenge, FPC2016 brings together and help bridges the gap between scientists and engineers from the UK’s leading academic institutions and the best of the UK’s industry.

    Delegate Costs: £120 + VAT

    Student / Apprentice – £60 + VAT

    Keynote Speakers

    • Michael Hurwitz, Department for Transport
    • Prof Neville Jackson, Ricardo
    • Prof Ricardo F Martinez-Botas, Imperial College London

    Sessions Announced

    • Batteries
    • Hybrids & Electrification
    • Electric Machines & Power Electronics
    • Engine System (boosting controls)
    • After treatment & emissions testing WLTP
    • New mobility business models & customer behaviour
    • Fuel cells, including hydrogen
    • Off-road & heavy duty
    • Combustion & alternative low carbon fuels (natural gas derived fuels)
    • Global perspective & emerging markets

    For further information please contact Lynda Grice on 07948 375746.


    European Regional Development Fund Northern Powerhouse
    Partners Department for Business Innovation and Skills Finance Birmingham