Vienna Motor Symposium 2023 available as virtual event
With your registration for the "Virtual Event" you will have access to the following content:
- Access to the recordings of all lectures of the 2-day lecture programme in German and English
- All 17 lecture videos of the "Virtual Hall" in English
- The proceedings as PDF for download in English
- All information about the lecturers (CVs) and exhibitors
- All content remains available up to 6 months after the event
44th International Motor Symposium in Vienna
Powering the future: drive systems and the energy
This year’s International Vienna Motor Symposium will focus on the energy debate, looking at different drive systems and power sources: More than 80 high-ranking speakers from the world of science, the automobile industry, and its suppliers are expected at the event, where they will present a wide range of technological and strategic innovations from the automotive business.
Over 1000 participants representing over 25 countries are expected to attend the event.
One of the major topics of the motor symposium will be the energy transition and its consequences for the automobile industry.
High-ranking speakers for the coming symposium, like Thomas Schmall, Member of the Volkswagen AG Board of Management, Stefan Hartung, Chairman of the Board of Management, Robert Bosch GmbH, and Mercedes-Benz Vice President Christoph Starzynski will give insights into the latest developments in the European market and explain how the energy issue can be compatible with the next generation of vehicle models in view of the European climate goals.
Tata Motors Board Member Shailesh Chandra, Hyundai Mobis CEO Sung Hwan Cho, Senior Vice President of Toyota Gerald Killmann as well as SEAT/CUPRA CEO Wayne Griffiths and Werner Tietz, Executive Vice President Research and Development, SEAT S.A., Barcelona will report on the latest developments in the international markets.
This high-level lecture programme will be accompanied by an exhibition, presenting the latest technologies and developments from automobile makers and their suppliers.
The complete programme of the 44th International Vienna Motor Symposium (Technical Programme and Social Programme) can be found here.
Plenary Lectures 2023
The Powerhouse: An Ecosystem from Volkswagen
Member of the Volkswagen AG Board of Management responsible for Technology and CEO Volkswagen Group Components,
Volkswagen AG, Wolfsburg
India’s Path towards Electrification
Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd. and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd., Mumbai
“The Future Mobility Vision of Hyundai Motors Group” – How Hyundai Motors Group is Preparing for the Future Mobility Ecosystem
Sung Hwan Cho,
CEO and President
Hyundai Mobis Co., Ldt., Seoul
Mobility for Today and Tomorrow – Exciting Customers and Meeting Climate Targets
Chairman of the Board of Management,
Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart
Toyota Powertrain Solutions towards Sustainability, Ranging from Hybrid to Fuel Cell
Senior Vice President Purchasing and R&D,
Toyota Motor Europe, Zaventem
"Electric Only" by 2030: What Will Drive us Tomorrow?
Vice President Development Electric Drive and Electric Vehicle Architecture,
Mercedes-Benz AG, Stuttgart
Electrification: Transformation of a Company. Strategies and Technical Implications
SEAT and CUPRA, Barcelona
Dr. Werner Tietz,
Executive Vice President Research and Development,
SEAT S.A., Barcelona
Conference papers 2023
Proceedings and/or USB stick can be preordered!
The 44th International Vienna Motor Symposium took place from 26-28 April 2023. The conference papers for this event can be ordered from the Austrian Society of Automotive Engineers and will be dispatched once payment has been received.
All lectures are presented on approx. 1600 pages in 3 volumes including additional booklets.
The lecture documents can be ordered as a print version or as a USB flash drive. Both versions contain a download link with the complete lectures.
Offprints of the Austrian Society of Automotive Engineers (ÖVK) about previous symposia
45th International Vienna Motor Symposium: 24 - 26 April 2024
46th International Vienna Motor Symposium: 14 - 16 Mai 2025
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