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AUSTRIAN SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS (ÖVK) INSTITUTE FOR POWERTRAINS AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY, VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

INVITATION

to the

32nd INTERNATIONAL VIENNA MOTOR SYMPOSIUM

­ New Otto and Diesel Engines ­ Tomorrow's Energy and Mobility ­ Electrification ­ Hybridisation ­ Comparison of Different Energy Storage Systems ­ Offroad and High Performance Engines ­ Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment ­ Flexible Use of Fuels ­ Engine Variabilities ­ Injection Systems for Otto and Diesel Engines ­ Supercharging / Mixture Preparation ­ View to the Future Exhibition of New Engines and Components Cultural and Social Programme Thursday, 5 May 2011, 8.00 - 18.15 hrs. Friday, 6 May 2011, 8.30 - 17.45 hrs. Congress Center Hofburg Vienna Heldenplatz A-1014 Vienna Chairman: Univ.-Prof. Dr. H. P. Lenz

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AUSTRIAN SOCIETY OF AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERS (ÖVK) INSTITUTE FOR POWERTRAINS AND AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY, VIENNA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

32nd INTERNATIONAL VIENNA MOTOR SYMPOSIUM 5 ­ 6 May 2011

General Information

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Programme (Lectures) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 3 Poster Presentations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 11 Social Programme . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 13 Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page 18 Technical Information

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­ AVL List GmbH, Graz ­ Nemak Europe ­ AUDI AG, Ingolstadt ­ Daimler AG, Stuttgart ­ Emitec GmbH, Lohmar ­ Renault Österreich GmbH, Vienna ­ Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg

WE ARE PLEASED TO INVITE YOU TO PARTICIPATE AT THE

32nd

INTERNATIONAL VIENNA MOTOR SYMPOSIUM

AND KINDLY REQUEST YOU TO TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION THE FOLLOWING GENERAL INFORMATION:

Lecture Duration: 20 minutes each, followed by 10 minutes' discussion. Language of Lectures: German and English (simultaneous translation). Conference Papers: The complete collected edition of all lectures in paper version and on CD (German / English), as well as the lists of participants and exhibitors. Conference Papers will be distributed to participants at the Registration Desk. Congress Venue: Congress Center Hofburg Vienna, Heldenplatz, A-1014 Vienna Telephone +43/1/536 44/223 to 225 (only in use during the symposium) Telefax +43/1/536 44/226 (only in use during the symposium) Bus Service: Thursday, 5 May 2011, 20.00 hrs.: Heldenplatz (Congress Center Hofburg) to Wine "Heuriger" and return to Heldenplatz (23.00 hrs. and 23.30 hrs.). Friday, 6 May 2011, 18.00 hrs. (at the end of the symposium): Congress Center Hofburg to Vienna Airport (Schwechat). Arrival Vienna Airport approx. 18.50 hrs. Please cross on Registration Form under point 2 and point 5, when applicable. Buses will be marked "Wiener Motorensymposium".

Organization of the Symposium: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz, Chairman of the Austrian Society of Automotive Engineers (ÖVK) Elisabethstrasse 26, A-1010 Vienna Telephone +43/1/585 27 41 /30 Mrs /40 Mrs /20 Mrs /70 Mr Telefax +43/1/585 27 41/99 http://www.oevk.at E-Mail: [email protected]

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A.Neider U.Riegler B.Lampl R.Preiml

Registration: Please register online or send the registration form to: Austropa Interconvention, Dresdner Strasse 81-85, A-1200 Vienna, Telephone +43/1/588 00/516, Telefax +43/1/588 00/520, E-Mail: [email protected] The registration form can be taken from this booklet; the form can also be downloaded from our homepage www.oevk.at. A separate form is required for each participant. Austropa Interconvention will confirm receipt of the online registration immediately, but this is not the authorization to participate at the symposium. A confirmation of participation or other information will follow in a few days. Vouchers, as ordered, as well as tickets and information about starting times of performances of the Vienna State Opera, Vienna Volksoper, Raimundtheater and Ronacher will be distributed at the Austropa Interconvention Counter at the Conference Center Hofburg on Thursday, 5 May 2011, 8.00 - 18.15 hrs., and on Friday, 6 May 2011, 8.00 - 14.00 hrs. Starting times of performances may be obtained at the counter of Austropa Interconvention! Conference Papers will be distributed to participants at the Registration Desk! Cancellation: For cancellation after 15 March 2011, we are obliged to request full payment of complete registration fees, as all orders will have been placed. For cancellation of hotel reservation a charge of 35,­ will be made. For cancellation after 15 March 2011 or non-occupancy of reserved rooms, you will be charged one night´s accommodation. No reimbursement of tickets for the Vienna State Opera, Vienna Volksoper, Raimundtheater and Ronacher can be guaranteed. Payment: Austropa Interconvention will issue a confirmation of your participation which is, at the same time, the invoice for payment. In order to guarantee all reservations, the invoice has to be settled within 2 weeks. Method of payment as indicated on the confirmation of participation/invoice issued by Austropa Interconvention.

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FESTSAAL

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ZEREMONIENSAAL

Thursday, 5 May 2011, Morning

Registration

8:00 OFFICIAL OPENING Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz PLENARY OPENING SESSION Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz Thomas G Stephens, Vice Chairman, Global Product Operations, General Motors, LLC, Detroit, MI, USA: World´s Best Vehicles: Winning in the Global Market with the Right Bandwidth of Vehicle Technologies Yoshihiko Matsuda, Managing Officer, Toyota Motor Corporation, Toyota, Japan: Toyota´s Powertrain Strategy for Developed and for Emerging Markets Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann, President & CEO, Volkswagen Group China, Beijing, China: What´s Moving China? Powertrain Technologies for the Biggest Car Market Discussion of the lectures in this session 9:00 8:45

9:20

9:40

10:00

10:30

Coffee Break

FESTSAAL

Thursday, 5 May 2011, Morning

SESSION: NEW OTTO ENGINES Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz Dipl.-Ing.P.Langen, Dr.-Ing.J.Reissing, Dr.B.Lopez Alvaredo, BMW Group, Munich: The New BMW Engine Portfolio ­ A Basis for Sustainable Powertrain Solutions Ing.F.Steinparzer, Dr.-Ing.H.Unger, Dipl.-Ing.T.Brüner, Dipl.-Ing.D.Kannenberg, BMW Group, Munich: The New BMW 2,0l 4-Cylinder Engine with TwinPower Turbo Technology Dr.-Ing.T.Heiduk, Dipl.-Ing.R.Dornhöfer, Dipl.-Ing.A.Eiser, Dr.-Ing.M.Grigo, Dipl.-Ing.A.Pelzer, Dr.-Ing.R.Wurms, AUDI AG, Ingolstadt: The New Engine Generation of R4 TFSI from Audi 11:30

ZEREMONIENSAAL

PARALLEL SESSION: EXHAUST GAS AFTERTREATMENT / HYBRID COMMERCIAL VEHICLES Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.Eichlseder, Graz University of Technology Dipl.-Ing.T.Dobes, Dr.G.K.Fraidl, Dipl.-Ing.P.Hollerer, Dr.P.Kapus, Dipl.-Ing.M.Ogris, AVL List GmbH, Graz: Measures to Comply with Future Particulate Number Standards with GDI Engines Dipl.-Ing.R.Brück, Dipl.-Ing.P.Hirth, Dipl.-Ing.R.Konieczny, Dipl.-Ing.W.Maus, Emitec Gesellschaft für Emissionstechnologie mbH, Lohmar: Future of Catalyst Technology for Electrical Powertrain Dipl.-Ing.S.Wallner, Dr.-Ing.M.Lamke, Dr.-Ing.M.Mohr, Dipl.-Ing.(FH)M.Sedlacek, Dr.-Ing.F.D.Speck, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Friedrichshafen: Hybrid Platform: Economical Hybrid Drive for Commercial Vehicles

12:00

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Lunch at Congress Center

FESTSAAL

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ZEREMONIENSAAL

Thursday, 5 May 2011, Afternoon

SESSION: NEW DIESEL ENGINES Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz Dipl.-Ing.R.Bauder, Dr.C.Eiglmeier, Dipl.-Ing.A.Eiser, Dr.H.Marckwardt, AUDI AG, Neckarsulm: The New High Performance Diesel Engine from Audi, the 3.0 TDI with Dual Stage Turbocharging Dipl.-Ing.J.Kahrstedt, Dipl.-Ing.R.Dorenkamp, Dipl.-Ing.S.Kuiken, Dr.rer.nat.T.Düsterdiek, Dipl.-Ing.I.Kühne, Dipl.-Ing.M.Greiner, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg: The New 2,0l TDI Engine to Fulfill Stringent BIN5/ULEV Emission Standards in Volkswagens New Midsize Sedan Dr.-Ing.N.Ardey, Dr.-Ing.M.Kaufmann, Dipl.-Ing.J.Honeder, Dipl.-Ing.T.Steinmayr, BMW Motoren GmbH, Steyr: The New BMW 6-Cylinder Diesel Engine 14:45

PARALLEL SESSION: FLEXIBLE USE OF FUELS Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.B.Geringer, Vienna University of Technology Dr.-Ing.J.Hadler, Dr.-Ing.R.Szengel, Dr.-Ing.H.Middendorf, Dipl.-Ing.H.Sperling, Dipl.-Ing.L.Tilchner, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg: Volkswagens New 1.4l 118 kW TSI FlexFuel-Engine Dr.C.Trapp, Dr.S.Laiminger, Dipl.-Ing.D.Chvatal, GE Jenbacher GmbH & Co OHG, Jenbach; ao.Univ.-Prof.Dr.A.Wimmer, Dr.E.Schneßl, Dr.G.Pirker, Graz University of Technology: The New Generation of GE Jenbacher Gas Engines ­ Highest Efficiency with Two-stage Turbo-Charging Dr.-Ing.R.Krebs, Dr.-Ing.H.Manz, Dipl.-Ing.S.Lieske, Dipl.-Ing.J.Willand, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg / Salzgitter; Dipl.-Ing.W.Schultalbers, IAV GmbH, Gifhorn: The Volkswagen CHP ­ Intelligent Power Generation by using Automotive Know How

15:15

15:45

16:15

Coffee Break

FESTSAAL

Thursday, 5 May 2011, Afternoon

SESSION: TOMORROW´S ENERGY AND MOBILITY Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz Prof.Dr.F.Schüth, Max-Planck-Institut für Kohlenforschung, Mülheim an der Ruhr; Dr.E.Jacob, Emissionskonzepte Motoren UG, Krailling: The Future of Energy beyond Oil and Gas Prof.Dr.U.Stimming, Munich University of Technology, Garching; Dr.M.Rzepka, ZAE Bayern, Garching: Hydrogen ­ Energy Carrier of the Future? Dr.-Ing.J.Hadler, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg: Mobility in the Context of Global Energy Chains 16:45

ZEREMONIENSAAL

PARALLEL SESSION: ENGINE VARIABILITIES Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.G.Jürgens, Graz University of Technology Dr.-Ing.K.Kirsten, Schaeffler Technologies GmbH & Co KG, Herzogenaurach: Variable Valve Train in the Debate of Down-Sizing and Hybrid Drives Dipl.-Ing.M.Kratzsch, Dipl.-Ing.M.Günther, Dipl.-Ing.S.Nicklitzsch, Dipl.-Ing.M.Medicke, IAV GmbH, Berlin / Chemnitz: The Quality Controlled Gasoline Engine ­ A Consequent Way with Potentials for the Future Dr.P.Kapus, Dipl.-Ing.(FH)C.Spanner, Dipl.-lng.(FH)B.Graf, Dr.G.K.Fraidl, AVL List GmbH, Graz: Cylinder Deactivation with 4 Cylinder Engines ­ An Alternative to 2 Cylinders?

17:15

17:45

18:15

End of Programme

6 20.00 hrs., Transfer to Wine "Heuriger"­ Departure: Heldenplatz (Congress Center Hofburg) 20.30 hrs., "Heuriger" Evening at the Invitation of the Mayor of Vienna. Please bring your invitation! (see Social Programme and "Separate Brochure")

FESTSAAL

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ZEREMONIENSAAL

Freitag, 25. May 2011, Morning Friday, 6 April 2008, Vormittag

SESSION: FUNDAMENTAL SEKTION: VERBRENNUNG ISSUES OF ELECTRIFICATION Chairman: Vorsitz: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz Univ.-Prof.Dr.C.Beidl, Prof.Dr.-Ing.S.Pischinger, Dipl.-Ing.D.Seebach, Darmstadt University of Technology; RWTH Aachen; Dipl.-Ing.K.G.Stapf, Dipl.-Ing.C.Bücker, Univ.-Prof.Dr.G.Hohenberg,Dr.-Ing.J.Ewald, Priv.Doz.Dr.-Ing.P.Adomeit, IVD Prof. Hohenberg GmbH, Aachen: FEV Motorentechnik GmbH, Graz: Electric Vehicle Ignition: Kontrolle der Extender Controlled Autowith or without RangeVerbrennungsrate Who is the Driver ­ durch gezielte Schichtung Technology, Customer or Legislation? Dr.-Ing.M.Alt, Prof.Dr.-Ing.U.D.Grebe, J.R.Dulzo, M.S.E.E., V.A.Ramappan, M.S.M.E., General Motors Powertrain, Pontiac; Prof.Dr.-Ing.U.D.Grebe, L.T.Nitz, Dipl.-Ing.P.Kafarnik, General Motors Powertrain Europe, General Motors, LLC, Pontiac, MI, Rüsselsheim; P.M.Najt, M.S.M.E., USA: Electrification of General & Development, Warren: General Motors Research Motors Vehicles ­ A Portfolio Labor auf die HCCI ­ vomof Solutions Straße Prof.Dr.-Ing.S.Pischinger, Dipl.-Ing.K.Wolff, Dr.-Ing.W.Steiger, Dr.-Ing.C.Jelitto, Dr.-Ing.G.Eisele, Dr.-Ing.P.Genender, Dipl.-Ing.S.Schmerbeck, FEV Motorentechnik GmbH, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg: Aachen: E-Mobility: How Will the Future Sound? GCI und CCS ­ Zwei neue Brennverfahren von Volkswagen 8:30 8.30

PARALLEL SESSION: INJECTION SYSTEMS FOR PARALLELSEKTION: ABGASNACHBEHANDLUNG OTTO AND DIESEL ENGINES Chairman: Vorsitz: Univ.-Prof.Dr.B.Geringer, TU Wien Vienna University of Technology M.Miyaki,BEng, K.Takeuchi,BEng, Dr.T.Fukuma, T.Asanuma, Dr.N.Ohashi, M.Inoue, A.Kojima,BEng, K.Uchiyama,BEng, Toyota Motor Corporation, Aichi-ken: DENSO Diesel-Abgasnachbehandlungsstrategie für Toyota'sCorporation, Aichi, Japan; M.Nakagawa,BEng, Dr.-Ing.O.Herrmann, zukünftige Emissionsgrenzwerte DENSO Automotive Deutschland GmbH, Eching; Dr.-Ing.F.Maassen, Dr.-Ing.H.J.Laumen, FEV Motorentechnik GmbH, Aachen: Fulfilling Euro6 Emission Regulations for Heavy Duty Engines Dipl.-Ing.W.Müller, Dr.phil.nat.U.Goebel,without SCR-System ­ A Challenge to the Dr.rer.nat.F.Rohr, Dr.-Ing.I.Grisstede, FIE System Umicore AG & Co. KG, Hanau-Wolfgang: Ing.J.Warga, Dr.-Ing.T.Pauer, Dipl.-Ing.F.Boecking, Diesel NOx-Abgasnachbehandlungssysteme für Dipl.-Ing.J.Gerhardt, Dr.-Ing.R.Leonhard, Nordamerika Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart: Consistent Further Development of the High Pressure Diesel Fuel Injection Systems for Passenger Cars Dr.D.Schöppe, Dr.J.R.Theis, Dr.H.S.Gandhi, Dipl.-Ing.A.Greff, Dipl.-Ing.A.Brandl, Dipl.-Ing.T.Elbe, Dr.H.Bäcker, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn: Dipl.-Ing.H.Frenzel, Dr.G.Rösel, Einsatzpotential von SCR Technologie für BenzinContinental Automotive GmbH, Regensburg: Direkteinspritzer-Motoren Requirements for Future Gasoline DI Systems and Respective Platform Solutions

9.00 9:00

9:30 9.30

10:00 10.00

Coffee Break Kaffeepause

FESTSAAL

Friday, 6 May 2011, Morning

SESSION: COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT ENERGY STORAGE SYSTEMS Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz Prof.Dr.M.Winter, University of Münster: The Electrification of the Powertrain with Lithium Ion Technology Dr.M.Klausner, Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart; Dr.-Ing.J.Fetzer, Dr.-Ing.H.Fink, Dr.-Ing.C.Pankiewitz, SB LiMotive Germany GmbH, Stuttgart: Technical Challenges for Automotive Lithium-Ion Batteries and Possible Solutions Dipl.-Ing.T.Körfer, Dipl.-Ing.A.Kolbeck, Dipl.-Ing.T.Schnorbus, Dipl.-Ing.H.Busch, Dipl.-Ing.B.Kinoo, Dipl.-Ing.L.Henning, Dipl.-Ing.M.Neitz, Dr.-Ing.C.Steffens, FEV Motorentechnik GmbH, Aachen: Fuel Consumption Potential of the Passenger Car Diesel Engine after EURO 6 10:45

ZEREMONIENSAAL

PARALLEL SESSION: SUPERCHARGING / MIXTURE PREPARATION Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.Eichlseder, Graz University of Technology Dr.-Ing.H.-J.Neußer, Dipl.-Ing.M.Kerkau, Dipl.-Ing.D.Schwarzenthal, Dipl.-Ing.N.Hemmerlein, Dr.Ing.h.c.F.Porsche AG, Weissach: 40 Years of Porsche Turbo Motors ­ The Basis for Future Innovations Dipl.-Ing.S.Schmuck-Soldan, Dipl.-Ing.A.Königstein, Adam Opel GmbH, Rüsselsheim: 2 Stage Boosting of Spark Ignition Engines

11:15

11:45

Dipl.-Ing.P.Lückert, Dr.-Ing.N.Merdes, Dipl.-Ing.A.Waltner, Dipl.-Ing.U.Schaupp, Dr.-Ing.H.Breitbach, Daimler AG, Stuttgart: Potentials of Spray-guided Combustion Systems in Combination with Downsizing Concepts

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12:15

Lunch at Congress Center

FESTSAAL

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ZEREMONIENSAAL

Friday, 6 May 2011, Afternoon

SESSION: OFFROAD AND HIGH PERFORMANCE ENGINES Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz Dipl.-Ing.W.Kasper, Dipl.-Ing.H.Wingart, MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH, Friedrichshafen: MTU Series 2000-06 ­ The Next Generation of Diesel Engines for Off-Highway-Applications with Emission Standard EPA-Tier 4i T.Okamoto, H.Kawamura, K.Tsukamoto, M.Nagai, T.Uchida, Toyota Motor Corporation, Aichi, Japan; H.Maruyama, Yamaha Motor Corporation, Shizuoka, Japan: The New Toyota 4.8L V10 Gasoline High Performance Engine Dipl.-Ing.U.Baretzky, Dipl.-Ing.H.Diel, Dipl.-Ing.S.Dreyer, Dipl.-Ing.W.Kotauschek, Dipl.-Ing.T.Reuss, Dr.-Ing.P.Kuntz, Dr.-Ing.W.Ullrich, AUDI AG, Neckarsulm / Ingolstadt; Dipl.-Ing.W.Hatz, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg: The V10 TDI for the 24 Hours of Le Mans ­ the Idea Continues to Win 14:00

PARALLEL SESSION: VEHICLE ELECTRIFICATION REGULATIONS AND SOLUTIONS Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.G.Brasseur, Graz University of Technology Dr.M.Küsell, C.Willke, V.Barth, J.Lichtermann, Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart: The Electric Axle-Hybrid System made by Bosch

14:30

Dipl.Wirtsch.-Ing.(FH)M.W.Ott, Dr.rer.nat.B.Blankenbach, J.Schäfer, Dr.rer.nat.D.Walliser, Dipl.-Ing.M.Kühn, MBtech Group GmbH & Co. KGaA, Sindelfingen: DualX E-Drive: A Flexible Powertrain for Plug-in Hybrids S.Nakazawa, MA, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Kanagawa, Japan: The Nissan LEAF Electric Powertrain

15:00

15:30

Coffee Break

FESTSAAL

Friday, 6 May 2011, Afternoon

PLENARY CLOSING SESSION: VIEW TO THE FUTURE Chairman: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Renault-Nissan Alliance, Boulogne-Billancourt: The Renault Nissan Alliance: Meeting the Challenges of the Car Industry Dr. Georg Pachta-Reyhofen, CEO, MAN SE / MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG, Munich: The Future Development of Worldwide Goods Traffic and its Impact on Drive Technologies Prof. Dr. Martin Winterkorn, Chairman of the Board, Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg: Electromobility for Everyone? An Industry Electrified Discussion of the lectures in this session CLOSING ADDRESS: Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.P.Lenz 16:00

ZEREMONIENSAAL

16:20

16.40

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End of Programme

18:00 Bus Transfer from Heldenplatz (Congress Center Hofburg) to Vienna Airport (Schwechat)

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

in the breaks by the "Festsaal"

Ass.Prof.Dr.R.Kirchberger, Dipl.-Ing.J.Tromayer, Univ.-Prof.Dr.H.Eichlseder, Graz University of Technology:

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Dipl.-Ing.M.Jakobi, Ass.Prof.Dr.P.Hofmann, Univ.-Prof.Dr.B.Geringer, Vienna University of Technology:

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Social Programme

(For details see "Separate Brochure")

Thursday, 5 May 2011

1 9.00 - approx. 18.00 hrs.: All-day Excursion "Churches and Monasteries in the Vienna Woods" including bus, lunch, guide and entrance fees. Meeting Point: 9.00 hrs. Entrance Congress Center Hofburg, Heldenplatz.

The excursion will start with a drive through the undulating Vienna Woods. These vast forested surroundings of Vienna are also an interesting area from a cultural standpoint. One of the monasteries there, Kleinmariazell, was founded in 1136 and boasts beautiful Romanesque doors. Both Kleinmariazell and Kirche am Hafnerberg (the church on Hafner hill) ­ the next stop ­ are popular places of pilgrimage. The interior of Kirche am Hafnerberg with its magnificent organ is an impressive example of the splendour of late baroque architecture. A brief organ concert will be performed. After lunch participants will be taken on a short drive to the Cistercian Monastery of Heiligenkreuz. The foundation of this majestic monastic complex dates back to the 12th century. Since 1802, the monastery has housed a college of theology which in 2007 was granted the status of a college of theology under Papal law. The next stop on this excursion to the Vienna Woods will be the Höldrichsmühle, an inn which looks back on a long tradition. The participants will be offered a performance of instrumental music there. According to legend, this is the place where Schubert is supposed to have composed his famous song "Am Brunnen vor dem Tore". The excursion will end at about 18.00 hrs. in front of the Congress Center Hofburg.

2 9.15 - approx. 13.00 hrs.: Half-day Tour "A Musical Walk: Mozart ­ Beethoven ­ Haydn" including guide and entrance fees. Meeting Point: 9.15 hrs. Entrance Congress Center Hofburg, Heldenplatz.

The participants will be welcomed by a short concert in the reception hall of the Congress Center Hofburg. Subsequently, the group will walk across Heldenplatz to the Minoritenkirche (Church of the Minorites), which houses a copy of the mosaic "The Last Supper" in its original size and where the cenotaph of Metastasio can be viewed, among other things. In this church, music of Ludwig van Beethoven will be performed. After a walk along the Graben, the participants will be taken to the oldest

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extant concert hall in Vienna, the Sala Terrena, where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed concerts in his time. Here too, musicians will impress listeners with their artistry and talent. Subsequently, participants will be offered a guided tour of the sumptuous Jesuitenkirche, the baroque church of the Society of Jesus, where the last performance will be of music by Joseph Haydn. The musical tour will end at about 13.00 hrs. in front of St. Stephen's Cathedral.

2 20.30 hrs.: Wine "Heuriger" at the invitation of the Mayor of Vienna Meeting Point: 20.00 hrs. Bus Transfer to Wine "Heuriger". Departure: Heldenplatz (Congress Center Hofburg). Wine "Heuriger" Fuhrgassl-Huber, Neustift am Walde 68, A-1190 Vienna, Telephone +43/1/4401405. Please bring your invitation, handed over at the registration desk to participants who have marked point 5 of the Registration Form (No extra charge). Approx. 23.00 hrs. and 23.30 hrs. Bus Return from Wine "Heuriger" to Heldenplatz. Buses will be marked "Wiener Motorensymposium".

Friday, 6 May 2011

1 9.30 - approx. 13.00 hrs.: Half-day Tour "Vienna's National Library and the Museum of Globes" including guide and entrance fees. Meeting Point: 9.30 hrs. Entrance Congress Center Hofburg, Heldenplatz.

This tour will begin with a walk through the inner courtyards of the Hofburg Imperial Castle to Josefsplatz, one of Vienna's most beautiful squares whose uniform classicist architecture has earned it world-wide fame. After a brief visit to the Augustine church, which is located in the Eastern part of the square, the participants will be accompanied to the large stateroom of the National Library. The baroque interior of this room is characterized by the homogeneity of its design which dates back to the early 18th century. Staff members of the National Library will show selected historic documents, amongst which participants will be able to admire the book containing stage settings designed by Ludovico Ottavio Burnacini in 1667 for the baroque opera "Il pomo d'oro" by Antonio Cesti. The opera was composed on the occasion of the wedding of the Austrian Emperor Leopold I to Margarita Teresa of Spain. After a short walk to Herrengasse, an extensive tour of the Museum of Globes is the next item on the programme. Located in the former palace of an aristocratic family, this museum was established as an independent institution only in 2006. It houses more than 250 valuable globes and maps. The oldest globe, which was created by the Belgian medical doctor Gemma Frisius, dates back to 1536. The guided tour will end at about 13.00 hrs. in front of the Congress Center Hofburg.

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2 Evening: Performance at the Vienna State Opera "Nabucco" by Guiseppe Verdi (Tentative schedule!)

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Evening: Musical at the Raimundtheater "I´ve never been to New York" ­ hit musical with 20 songs by Udo Jürgens

(Tentative schedule!)

4 Evening: Musical at the Ronacher ,,Dance of the Vampires" by Michael Kunze and Jim Steinman (Tentative schedule!)

Saturday, 7 May 2011

1 Evening: Performance at the Vienna State Opera "Tribute to Jerome Robbins" (ballet)

(Tentative schedule!)

2 Evening: Performance at the Vienna Volksoper ,,Rigoletto" by Guiseppe Verdi (Tentative schedule!) 3 Evening: Musical at the Raimundtheater "I´ve never been to New York" ­ hit musical with 20 songs by Udo Jürgens

(Tentative schedule!) 4

Evening: Musical at the Ronacher ,,Dance of the Vampires" by Michael Kunze and Jim Steinman (Tentative schedule!)

Starting times of performances at the Vienna State Opera, Vienna Volksoper, Raimundtheater and Ronacher may be obtained at the counter of Austropa Interconvention! Please note that participation is limited. Tickets will be reserved on a first come first serve basis. If the requested price category is not available, we shall reserve tickets in the next lower or higher price category. Prices, as indicated, include an advance booking fee.

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Rocking the Hybrid. The Touareg.

Those wanting a low-consumption, low-emission vehicle all too often had to forgo real driving pleasure in the past. In the development of hybrid* technology for the Touareg it was our aim therefore to create a power train that is as fascinating as it is reducing CO2 emission and fuel consumption. The feel of this groundbreaking combination of the power of a V6 TSI engine and the efficiency of an electric engine is something you should definitely experience at first hand.

*Official fuel consumption for the Touareg Hybrid, 245 kW (333 HP) and 34.3 kW (46 HP) in litres/ 100 km: urban 8.7; extra-urban 7.9; combined 8.2. CO2 emissions 193 g/km. Pursuant to Directive 199/100/EC, depending on manner of driving, as well as road and traffic conditions. Illustration includes optional extras at additional cost.

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