CIMCCO 2016

Histórico

A integração, cooperação ou intercâmbio no campo acadêmico e de pesquisa entre universidades de países latino-americanos foi sempre difícil, sendo mais comum o estabelecimento de parcerias com universidades de outros continentes ou com a América do Norte. Durante o trabalho realizado pelo Professor José Ricardo Bermudez Santaella, da Universidade Francisco de Paula Santander (UFPS, Colômbia), no Centro de Tecnologia da Mobilidade da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (CTM-UFMG, Brasil), coordenado pelo Professor Ramon Molina Valle, e a visita ao CTM do Professor Rafael Santos Luque, da Universidade de Los Andes (ULA, Venezuela), surgiu a ideia de fortalecer o conceito de integração em áreas carentes da Engenharia na América Latina. Desta forma, baseados na infraestrutura do CTM – UFMG, iniciaram-se os diálogos à respeito da possibilidade de organizar um congresso internacional com destaque nas áreas de motores, combustíveis e combustão, com objetivo de incrementar as pesquisas e a troca de informações não somente com universidades latinas, mas também com outras universidades europeias, cujas pesquisas na área encontram-se mais avançadas.

Assim, o presente congresso é o resultado do trabalho crítico e responsável de um grupo de professores do hemisfério sul, na tentativa de induzir a um desenvolvimento na região, esperando que essa integração se estenda cada vez mais para dinamizar o conhecimento e unir as nossas culturas. O congresso, para caracterizar a sua internacionalidade, terá no mínimo 3 línguas oficiais e será itinerante e bianual, sendo a primeira versão do mesmo realizada no Brasil em 2016 e a segunda na Colômbia em 2018. As demais versões serão realizadas em cada um dos países que formam parte da organização, cuja sequência será definida posteriormente.

 

Palestrantes Confirmados:

 

karstenProf. Dr.-Ing. Karsten Wittek 

“A promising solution for a variable compression ratio”

 

 

 

Career                                                                                                                                                  

03/‘13 – today                     Professor at Heilbronn university, engineering faculty

  • Fields of teaching: Combustion engines, thermodynamics, heat transfer, design methodology
  • Head of the combustion engine laboratory
  • Faculty advisor for the formula student racing team

10/’08 – 02/‘13                    Department manager at FEV GmbH

  • Design of gasoline engines and advanced engine concepts

06/’06 – 09/’08                     Project manager at FEV GmbH

04/’01 – 05/’06                    Project engineer at FEV GmbH and Ph.D. student at the combustion engine institute of Aachen university headed by Prof. Pischinger

08/’99 – 03/’01                    Ph.D. student at the vehicle institute of Aachen university

  • Research on fuel cell and hybrid powertrains

Engineering education

12/’06                                      Ph.D. final exam
Ph.D. thesis: Solutions for a variable compression ratio under exploitation of cranktrain forces

07/’99                                      Diploma in mechanical engineering at Aachen university

 

 

pontoDr. Michael Pontoppidan

“New developments of DI-injectors for both gasoline and ethanol applications”

 

 

 

Current position: Technical Director of NUMIDIS Sarl – France responsible for research and development in the area of Combustion Analysis, Optimization of IC-engines and mixture preparation related components.

Phd. from the Technical University of Denmark (non-linear Fluid Mechanics).

1974-1981. Head of Fluid Mechanics Laboratory at the Solex Carburetor Co., France.

1981-2005. Head of the department of Combustion Analysis for the Magneti Marelli Group.

2005- COE of NUMIDIS Sarl – France.

Since 1983 SAE International premium member.

Author and/or co-author of more than 31 SAE papers on SI and CI engines.

Associate lecturer at IFP (Institut Français de Pétrole).

Teaching courses on Hydrocarbon Combustion in engines at :

University of Tor Vergata (Rome Italy).

Sygma Motors in San José dos Campos (Brazil).

Magneti Marelli Automotivos in Hortolândia (Brazil).

Petrobras/University in Rio de Janeiro (Brasil).

Collaboration with US National Fire Laboratory in Missoula (Montana USA) on the elaboration of a special Fire code for Wood combustion (Wild-fire Pyrolysis).

Collaboration with CTA in San José dos Campos on the adaptation of an Ethanol mixture preparation system on a Lycoming aircraft engine.

Technical collaboration with the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) in Belo Horizonte (Brazil).

 

 

2015-01-27 20.47.32Dr. Jose Ramón Serrano Cruz 

“Advanced Turbocharging for Future Powertrain. A new old-idea”

 

 

 

Professor at Universitat Politécnica de Valencia

Prof. José Ramón Serrano runs a research team in IU CMT-Heat Engines of UPVLC formed by an average of 4 teachers-doctors and 4 PhD students. J.R. Serrano researches in the field of Thermal fluid applied to the renewal processes of loading and cleaning of polluting gases of internal combustion engines alternative (MSSS). Within the renewal of the burden of the MSSS, his main area of ​​interest and expertise is the turbo-supercharging and particulate traps. In these areas he has designed and directed the construction of of high temperature bank flow at I.U. CMT-Heat Engines facilities for both the characterization of turbomachinery as catalysts and particulate traps. He has also designed and developed specific software for calculating both things. This software is being used by multinational companies as Renault, Jaguar-Land-Rover and PSA Peugeot-Citröen under bilateral agreements with the University. More information about it can be viewed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOlhf5yNA4w

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