AUTOMOTIVE WORLD NAGOYA Conference 2020


Conference for advanced automotive technologies. Topics include autonomous driving technologies, connected car technologies, shared mobility, MaaS, E/E Architecture, lightweight technologies and more!

Keynote Session Pre-registration Required Early Bird Rate until Sept 16

AUTO-K
October, 21 (Wed) 10:30  -  12:00

How Will Mobility Change after COVID-19?

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Akira Amari Chairperson, Research Commission on the Tax System, LDP, Member of the House of Representatives

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Naoyasu Yoshimura Director, Automobile Div., Manufacturing Industries Bureau, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry

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Special Session Pre-registration Required

AUTO-S1 October, 21 (Wed) 15:30  -  17:00

Mega-suppliers' Strategy for Connected, Autonomous, Sharing & Electric Vehicle Technology 1

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Our Strategy towards MaaS and Future Mobility System

Klaus Meder President & Representative Director, Bosch Corp.

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Automotive industry is heading to an era of reshaping the world of transportation.
Adapting product portfolio and business model are essential to remain as a key player in the field.
Bosch is leading this change by providing various solutions of mobility system and technology.

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Klaus Meder has various and long experiences in engineering in Bosch.
One of his noteworthy experiences is that he resided in Japan for 5 years, when he was Vice President in charge of Engineering, Quality and Manufacturing of Automotive Electronics Japan from 1996 until 2000. After various positions with the division Chassis Systems, he became President of Automotive Electronics of Robert Bosch GmbH in January 2012. Since July 2017 he has been President and Representative Director of Bosch Corporation in Japan.

The Evolution of Mobility - Our Contribution to Quality of Life

Bert Wolfram President, Chief Executive Officer, Continental Automotive Corp.

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The future of mobility is facing many challenges. Smart, electrically powered and supported by sharing concepts - Seamless Mobility can reduce the traffic density in cities and enhance the accessibility of transportation for rural areas. Technological solutions in this field have advanced within Continental; they are supporting continuous evolution of the mobility sector and contribute to an improved and sustainable quality of life.

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Wolfram has extensive and diverse experience in the automotive industry. He held various, leading positions within Continental, including two assignments to the United States. Wolfram has been Senior Vice President of Continental's Chassis & Safety Div. for Japan/Korea since July 2016. In addition, he became President and CEO of Continental Automotive Corp. and Head of Continental Japan in October 2016

AUTO-S2 October, 22 (Thu) 14:30  -  16:00

Mega-suppliers' Strategy for Connected, Autonomous, Sharing & Electric Vehicle Technology 2

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Valeo's CASE Innovations Which Support "New Normal"

Minoru Takeuchi Executive Officer, CTO, Group Customer Director, Valeo Japan Co., Ltd.

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It is said that the world will enter a new era due to the new coronavirus infection pandemic, and the "new normal after corona" is coming. Valeo is developing CASE technologies that support this "new normal" through innovation, and introduces them.

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 Since 2016, he has been in charge of technology strategy and innovation as CTO of Valeo Japan, and continues to the present. Since the 1980s, he has completed a career in technology development in the Japanese automobile industry as a completed car manufacturer and parts supplier. Based upon his experience of projects not only in Japan but also in Europe, North America, and Asia, many product technologies applicable to the global market are offered from Valeo Japan.

Switch to a Clean, Energy-efficient World - From Charging to Propulsion

Mitsuru Ishihara Manager, Electrified Vehicle Architectures, Corporate Advanced Engineering - Japan, BorgWarner

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In recent years, the business ecosystem in auto industry is transforming represented by the CASE trend. However, in reality the propulsion system architectures are mainly driven CO2 emission, RDE, and end user's needs. In this presentation, we will look at the electrified propulsion system architecture from the key factors.

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Mitsuru Ishihara specializes in drivetrain system and electrified propulsion system. He has worked on various global cross functional projects between US, China, Europe, and Japan for both advanced engineering and product development. He is currently a dual role manager for AWD system products and Corporate Advanced Engineering in Japan.

AUTO-S3 October, 21 (Wed) 13:00  -  14:30

Forefront of EV Development: How EVs Should Be in Future & Evolution of Batteries

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MX-30 "Mindfully Designed with a Purpose : Your Life"

Tomiko Takeuchi Program Manager, Product Div., Mazda Motor Corp.

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Under the situation that our lives have become more convenient and comfortable day to day owing to the evolution of technology, we have focused attention on the state of human mind and aimed to realize possession experience that can organize human mind consistently.
In this seminar, various ingenuities incorporated in MX-30 from interior space to driving performance and results of verification to be introduced.

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The Future Is Electric

Daimler AG

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All types of novel chemistries exhibit different chemical mechanisms which require specific synthetically work, support of numerical simulation, for electrolytes, additives, binders, carbon materials, and even the surfaces of the electro-active materials itself. Understanding these mechanisms is essential to further improve batteries.

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AUTO-S4 October, 22 (Thu) 12:30  -  14:00

Challenge for Flying Vehicles, "Air Mobility"

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The Global eVTOL Market and Commercial Trend in Japan

Tasuku Nakai CEO, teTra aviation Corp.

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Keys to Successfully Commercialize eVTOL

Waichi Yamamoto Principal, Roland Berger Ltd.

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AUTO-S5 October, 23 (Fri) 12:30  -  13:30
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All New Mazda CX-30 Development Story

Naohito Saga Program Manager, Product Div., Mazda Motor Corp.

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MaaS Forum 2020 Pre-registration Required

AUTO-M1 October, 21 (Wed) 15:30  -  17:00

Forefront of MaaS Platform Development

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Business of SmartDrive and Open Innovation Case Studies

Retsu Kitagawa CEO, SmartDrive Inc.

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The Future That JORUDAN Aims for with MaaS

Kazunori Hayashi Manager, Corporate Sales Dept., JORUDAN Co., Ltd.

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AUTO-M2 October, 22 (Thu) 15:00  -  16:30

MaaS in Tourism for Community Revitalization: Latest Case Studies

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Our Effort and Future Outlook about MaaS

Takashi Kanda Chief Manager, MaaS Planning Div., Corporate Planning Headquarters, West Japan Railway Co.

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Learning from Sightseeing MaaS "Kururi-Nara" and the Social Implementation of MaaS

Noburu Matsuda Project Director, Enterprise IT Operations, Sales Unit, Information Services International-Dentsu, Ltd.

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AUTO-M3 October, 23 (Fri) 10:00  -  11:30

MaaS for Essential Public Transportation: Solution for Depopulated and Aging Communities

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"Choisoko Project" The Trial of "MaaS for Japanese Residence"

Hiromi Kato General Manager, Innovation Center, Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd. / General Manager, Sharing Solutions Dept., Connected & Sharing Solutions Div., Aisin AW Co., Ltd.

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Shobara Version MaaS --Trends in Japan and Adaptation in Depopulated Areas

Hidenori Yamane CEO & President, Bihoku Corp.

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Takanori Hirata Management instructor, Consultation section, Shobara Chamber of Commerce and Industry

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AUTO-M4 October, 23 (Fri) 12:00  -  13:30

Development of Japanese MaaS by Open Innovation

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Next Generation Mobility Strategy of Odakyu

Junya Nishimura Senior Manager, Management Strategy Dept., Odakyu Electric Railway Co., Ltd.

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AUTO-M5 October, 23 (Fri) 14:30  -  16:00

Autonomous Driving and MaaS in the World: Close Look on the Use Cases

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Lei Zhou Business Strategy Practice Leader, Partner, Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting LLC / Affiliate Professor, Osaka Prefecture University

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Lei specializes in industries related to automotive/ICT/electronics/mobility services. While based in Tokyo, he has worked in projects across several countries including the U.S., Europe, China, and India. He has experiences in all aspects of consulting from upstream projects - such as those related to corporate, technology, and overseas business development strategy; to downstream operations such as constructing detailed business management systems. Lei has a Ph.D. in economics. He is fluent in English and Japanese, and is native in Chinese.

From MaaS to Auto Solutions

Aries Liu General Manager, Mobility Innovation Center, DiDi

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1. Didi - MaaS overview
2. Didi Auto Solution - change the ownership of a car
3. Didi purpose build vehicle - a car specially made for sharing
4. Didi Autonomous driving - enabling the commercialization of AV technology

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Mr. Aries Liu, General Manager of Mobility Innovation Center of DiDi Chuxing, who successfully led to the cooperation of DiDi with several leading companies in automotive industry focusing on defining, designing, development and promoting the first generation of intelligent vehicles designed for the purpose of shared mobility.

Technical Session Pre-registration Required Early Bird Rate until Sept 16

AUTO-1 October, 21 (Wed) 13:00  -  14:30
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New Efforts towards Practical Use of Autonomous Driving

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TOYOTA LQ and Its Automated Driving System

Daisuke Ido Group Manager, ZEV B&D Lab., TOYOTA ZEV Factory, Toyota Motor Corp.

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Integration of AD&ADAS Systems and Game Development Technologies

Takahiro Koguchi Project Assistant Manager, Development Sect.1, Development Dept.1, AD & ADAS Systems Development Div., DENSO Corp.

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AUTO-2 October, 21 (Wed) 15:30  -  17:00
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For the Era of Automated Driving : Current Status and Challenges

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Ready to Go Automated Driving Systems

Seigo Kuzumaki Fellow, Advanced R&D and Engineering Company, Toyota Motor Corp. / Program Director for SIP (Cross-ministerial Strategic Innovation Promotion Program), Council for Science, Technology and Innovation (CSTI), Cabinet Office, Government of Japan

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Kazuo Shimizu Automobile Journalist

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AUTO-3 October, 22 (Thu) 9:30  -  11:00
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Next-gen Sensors: How Far Has ADAS Progressed?

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Contribution to In-vehicle Sensing by CMOS Image Sensor Technology

Tsutomu Haruta Senior General Manager, Automotive Business Div., Sony Semiconductor Solutions Corp.

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Introduction of Subaru's Advanced Driver Assistance System "New Generation EyeSight"

Eiji Shibata General Manager, Automated Driving PGM, Advanced Safety Design Dept., Engineering Div. 1, Subaru Corp.

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AUTO-4 October, 22 (Thu) 12:00  -  13:30
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ECU: Towards the Software Development Process Innovation

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Using Virtual Reality Simulators in the Development of Autonomous Driving

Hajime Oyama Senior Engineer, Automated Driving PGM, Engineering Div.1, Subaru Corp.

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Takanori Tamura Sales Manager, XR Solutions Group, New Business Promotion Office, Rikei Corp.

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Hideaki Suzuki Section Chief, Section2 Embedded System Solusion, Industrial System Div., Ryomo Systems Co., Ltd.

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Tomoaki Nakamura Senior Chief Engineer, Software Business Div., Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.

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AUTO-5 October, 23 (Fri) 9:30  -  11:00
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E/E Architecture: The Latest Trends and Development Methods

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E/E Architecture Trends and Power Net Solutions

Aleksandar Duric RBU Body Electronics General Manager & Body Electronics Gr. 1 Section Manager, Automotive Electronics Japan, Bosch Corp.

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Several trends like autonomous driving and connected cars sparked a big discussion several years ago about expected disruptive changes within the automotive industry, including the need to change the E/E architecture. This speech gives an update on current E/E trends and power net solutions.

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Aleksandar Duric has 10 years experience in Bosch Automotive as project leader for car multimedia projects and head of the competence center for displays. He joined the body electronics div. in 2017 and is since 2019 responsible for the regional business unit body electronics in Japan.

From Vehicle Connectivity to Networking
-- A Holistic View from Continental

Hideya Aoki Vice President, Head of Segment 1, Japanese OEMs, Connected Car Networking (CCN) VNI Japan, Continental Automotive Japan K.K.

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Automotive is encountering a change that we have not experienced before.Where does this come from, and how should we react ? An observation based on viewpoint of "connected".

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AUTO-6 October, 23 (Fri) 12:00  -  13:30
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New EV Model & Motor/Drive System Development

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To Popularize ZEV

Koji Toyoshima Deputy Chief Officer, TOYOTA ZEV Factory, Toyota Motor Corp.

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Hitachi's Electrification Component Technologies to Support De-carbonization Society

Takefumi Okumura Dept. Manager, Electrification System Lab. Project Leader, Future Investment Div. Working Group Leader, Electrification Component & Material Research Dept., Hitachi, Ltd. Research & Development Group

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Lightweight Technology Innovation Forum Nagoya2020 Pre-registration Required

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Teruo Kishi President, Innovative Structural Materials Association (METI) / Professor Emeritus, The University of Tokyo
ALT-1 October, 21 (Wed) 10:30  -  12:00

Ultra High Tensile Strength Steel for Lightweight: Latest Use Cases and Challenges

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Application of Ultra High-tensile Steel to Automotive Body Parts

Toshiyuki Gendo Technical Leader, Vehicle Development Div., Mazda Motor Corp.

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State-of-the-art High-strength Steel Sheets and Press Forming Technology for Automobile Application in JFE Steel

Yasunobu Nagataki Vice President, Assistant Director of Steel Research Lab., Sheet Business Planning Dept., JFE Steel Corp.

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ALT-2 October, 21 (Wed) 15:30  -  17:00

The Future of Adhesive/Bonding Technology for Multi-material Vehicle Body

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Evolution of Mobility and Adhesive Bonding

Takayuki Nagai General Manager, Material Engineering Div. No.1, Advanced R&D and Engineering Company, Toyota Motor Corp.

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Mazda's Approach to Multi Material Joining Technology

Akihide Takami Supreme Principal Researcher, Technical Research Center, Mazda Motor Corp.

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ALT-3 October, 22 (Thu) 10:00  -  11:30

CFRP: Use Cases and the Latest Technology Trends

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Development of Closure Panel Applying CFRP

Yoshiyuki Adachi Assistant Manager, BR Compact SUV Productization Dept., Mid-size Vehicle Company, Toyota Motor Corp.

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Recent Development of Carbon Fibers for Automotive Applications

Fumihiko Tanaka Research Associate, Composite Materials Research Labs., Ehime Plant, Toray Industries, Inc.

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ALT-4 October, 22 (Thu) 15:00  -  16:30

3D Printers Realise New Design of Vehicles

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Regarding Production Technology Which Causes Game Change

Noriyuki Shiwaku Engineering Director, New PT Produci and Process, Powertrain Engineering Control Group, Deputy General Manager, Powertrain and EV Advanced Engineering Dept., Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

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The World of Atomic Arrangement Control Pioneered by Metal 3D Printing

Takayoshi Nakano Distinguished Professor, Biomaterials & Structural Materials Design Area, Course of Materials Science & Engineering, Div. of Materials & Manufacturing Science Graduate School of Engineering, Osaka University

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ALT-5 October, 23 (Fri) 10:00  -  11:30

Materials Informatics: Innovation of Lightweight Material Development

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Forefront of AI and Data Driven Materials R&D

Masahiko Demura Director, Research & Services Div. of Materials Data and Integrated System (MaDIS), National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)

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Trends of Materials Essential for the Future Automobile, and Related Resources and Environment

Toru Okabe Vice President and Professor, The University of Tokyo

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ALT-6 October, 23 (Fri) 14:30  -  16:00

Lightweight EV

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Regulatory Trends to Automobiles, Prospects for Electrification, and
Technological Trends for Vehicle Weight Reduction

Ken Yamane Representative, Ken Yamane Office

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Challenge to Multi-materialization for Electric Vehicle Battery Case Structure

Toru Hashimura Prime Researcher, Forming Research Section, Application Technology Center, Technical Development Group, Kobe Steel, Ltd.

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Concurrent Conferences Pre-registration Required

NEPCON-S2 October, 21 (Wed) 13:00  -  14:30

Leading Semiconductor Companies' Next-generation Technologies

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Automotive Semiconductor Trend for CASE

Yasushi Shinojima Corporate Officer, MIRISE Technologies Corp.

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"CASE" (Connected, Autonomous, Shared, Electrified) has become the basic strategy of automotive industry.
Semiconductor devices, especially power devices, vehicle periphery sensors, and SoC are key technologies for CASE.
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Heterogeneous Integration: Applications Driving Material and Process Diversity

Thorsten Meyer Lead Principal, Package Concept Engineering, Infineon Technologies AG

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Heterogeneous Integration is a major technology driving force for microelectronic systems. It refers to the integration of separately manufactured components into a higher level of assembly, which is providing enhanced functionality and operating characteristics. The requirements for integration of different applications are differing strongly. Heterogeneous integration combined with miniaturization capability will drive us in future microelectronics in all areas of application.

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Thorsten Meyer is Lead Principal Engineer Package Concept Engineering at Infineon Technologies in Regensburg, Germany, responsible for New Package concepts. He received his diploma from the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen, Germany. Thorsten is author of multiple publications and holds more than 150 patents and patent applications in the area of advanced packaging.

NEPCON-S5 October, 23 (Fri) 9:30  -  11:00

Forefront of In-vehicle Electronics Packaging

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Voids in SMT Solder Joints --Trends in Automotive Electronics

Udo Welzel Senior Expert, Automotive Electronics - Engineering Technology Integration, Robert Bosch GmbH

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A discussion on acceptable voiding levels in solder joints of electronic assemblies is in full blast in various industries including automotive electronics. This work, outlining consensus found within a working group of the German Electrotechnical Commission (DKE) among various stakeholders in the automotive electronics supply chain, may be used as a starting point in discussions among other stakeholders concerned.

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With a profound background in physics (diploma), chemistry and materials science (doctoral degree), Udo joined the Automotive Electronics Division of the Robert Bosch GmbH in 2012, where he now serves as a senior expert and leads a team responsible for Assembly and Interconnect Technology Integration for Automotive Electronic Control Units for Driving Assistance and Autonomous Driving Systems. He has wide expertise in standardization activities and is involved with IPC - Association Connecting Electronic Industries and IEC - International Electrotechnical Commission. At IPC he acts as co-chair of the 5-21M (Cold Joining Press Fit) and 7-31BV (A610/J001 Automotive Addenda) tasks groups, at IEC he is the chair of Technical Committee TC91 (Electronics Assembly Technology).

Electronics Packaging Technology Trend of Automotive Electronics Product

Arihiro Kamiya Semiconductor Strategy Planning Dept., Electronics Platform Hardware R&D Div., DENSO Corp.

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For electrification, realization of the automatic operation, as for the car, becoming it accelerates electronic control. Electronic goods realizing these function in car are equipped with a lot. By each stress of temperature, humidity and the vibration, the install, mount condition of the electronics product becomes severe year by year. I introduce trend of the electronics packaging technology realizing the electronics product which is high Credibility in long-life.

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NEPCON-4 October, 22 (Thu) 14:30  -  16:00
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Thermal Design and EMC -- Key Points for In-vehicle Semiconductors

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Automotive Semiconductor Thermal Design and EMC Front Loading

Takao Egami Automotive Marketing Group III , System Devices Marketing Dept.III , Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Co.

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Advanced Thermal and Life Time Design Techniques for Automotive Power Applications

Masayoshi Yamamoto Professor, Institute of Materials and Systems for Sustainability (IMaSS), Nagoya University

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ROBO-K
October, 21 (Wed) 10:30  -  11:30

Production Innovation Brought by Robotics and Automation Technologies

Early Bird Rate until Sept 16
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Tackling This Profound Transformation Once in a Century --Diversity and Uncertainty in Car Line-up

Toshiyuki Isobe Senior General Manager, Production Engineering Planning Field, Production Group, Toyota Motor Corp.

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The automobile industry is facing a profound transformation once in a century. While providing a wide range of lineup of EVs, FCVs, etc., we are required to respond to the market in a timely manner at lower cost coping with volume fluctuations. I would like to introduce our approach to our future Mono-zukuri based on the two axes; creating new value from zero-base resource, and promoting TPS-based improvement of added value.

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Being in charge of production preparations for introduction of new vehicle models to 50 affiliated companies in 27 countries around the world, have advanced the development of next-generation production lines as a mobility company, and been enhancing the competitiveness of real Mono-zukuri.

SFE-K
October, 21 (Wed) 13:00  -  14:30

The Shape of Future Factories: Challenge for the Next-gen Manufacturing

Early Bird Rate until Sept 16
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Nissan Intelligent Factory -- Next-generation Vehicle Production through Engineering Innovation

Teiji Hirata Alliance Global VP, Vehicle Production Engineering, Corporate Vice President, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

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The function and structure of vehicle are becoming more complicated with acceleration of advanced electrification and intelligentization. In addition, with progress of low birthrate and aging, it is becoming urgent to innovate technology of production system for survival, while it is required to break away from conventional labor-intensive vehicle production. This time, next-generation vehicle production of Nissan is introduced.

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