A one-day seminar to explore recent developments in the design and analysis of road vehicle dynamic behaviour will be held at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge on Tuesday 19 March 2019. The seminar will be of benefit to engineers working in many branches of vehicle and component engineering including research, design, development, testing and competition. The topics covered are relevant to a broad range of vehicles including road and racing cars, motorcycle and trucks. Fourteen presentations in four sessions will cover topics including torque vectoring, human steering control, driver assistance, tyres, hydraulic dampers, mechatronic suspension, motion simulators, and autonomous vehicles. Each presentation will be followed by audience questions. Refreshment breaks and lunch will offer opportunities for further discussion. The seminar brochure includes details of the presentations.
The cost of attending the seminar is £85 inclusive of lunch and refreshments (exempt from VAT). Register and pay here. The closing date for registrations is Monday 11 March 2019. Note that the total number of delegates is limited so registration may close before this date. Delegate names may be changed at any time.
One author of each presentation may attend free of charge. Current staff and students of Cambridge University may attend at reduced rate. Please contact Claire Whitaker (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you wish to take up one of these options.
For enquiries about the programme please contact Dr David Cole, email@example.com.
For enquiries about registration or overnight accommodation please contact Claire Whitaker, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vehicle Dynamics and Control 2019
Department of Engineering
University of Cambridge
Tel: +44 (0) 1223 748241
Fax: +44 (0)1223 339263
Outline Programme (may be amended)
09.30 Registration and refreshments
10.00 Session 1 – Vehicle control for naturalistic behaviour and energy efficiency
11.30 Session 2 – Vehicle dynamics control
14.10 Session 3 – Effect of vehicle motion on occupants
16.00 Session 4 – Vehicle and component analysis