Vehicle Dynamics and Control Biennial Seminars

Details of the seminar to be held in 2019 will appear here in due course.

Previous Seminars

Vehicle Dynamics and Control 2017

The Fifth Vehicle Dynamics and Control Seminar took place on Tuesday 21st March 2017 at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, UK. Fifteen presentations in four sessions covered minimising energy consumption, driver control behaviour, vehicle handling at the limit of adhesion, and vehicle dynamics and suspension. Each presentation was followed by audience questions. Refreshment breaks and lunch offered opportunities for further discussion. There were no written papers, only oral presentations, but delegates were given copies of the presentations on usb stick. The seminar programme can be downloaded here.



Vehicle Dynamics and Control 2015

The fourth in this series of biennial one-day seminars on vehicle dynamics and control was held on Tuesday 17 March 2015 at Murray Edwards College in Cambridge. The topics covered were relevant to a broad range of vehicles including road and racing cars, bicycles and trucks. 110 delegates from the UK and Europe heard fifteen presentations in four sessions covered steering control, control at limits of adhesion, tyre and vehicle dynamics, and racing. Each presentation was followed by audience questions. Refreshment breaks and lunch offered opportunities for further discussion.

Vehicle Dynamics and Control 2013

The third in this series of biennial one-day seminars on vehicle dynamics and control was held on Tuesday 16 April 2013 at Murray Edwards College in Cambridge. 110 delegates from the UK and Europe heard thirteen presentations in four sessions covering vehicle dynamics, driver control behaviour, ride, handling and stability control.


Vehicle Dynamics and Control 2011

A one-day seminar to explore recent developments in the design and analysis of vehicle dynamic behaviour was held at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge University on Tuesday 5 April 2011. 120 delegates from the UK and Europe (and one from USA) heard thirteen presentations on driver behaviour and modelling, chassis dynamics and control, and dynamics of low carbon vehicles.


Vehicle Dynamics and Control 2009

A one-day seminar to explore recent developments in the design and analysis of vehicle dynamic behaviour was held at the Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge on Thursday 2 April 2009. More than 100 delegates from the UK and Europe heard eleven presentations on vehicle vibration, vehicle dynamics, tyres, steering, and path following control.

(2011 and 2013 photo credits to Tim Johns)



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David Cole,
10 Jan 2017, 09:07
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