We cordially invite you to submit lecture proposals referring to the following main topics:
Latest Results in Worldwide Engine and Powertrain Development | Fuel Cell, Hydrogen and Infrastructure | Renewable Fuels (E-Fuels or Refuels) | Energy Storage Technologies / New Battery Technologies | Drivetrain Electriﬁcation / Hybrid Technologies / E-Platforms | CO2 Reduction and Fleet Consumption / Life Cycle Analysis for Drivetrain Technologies | Exhaust Emission Control and New Legislation | Autonomous Driving / Connectivity | Cross-Company Cooperations | Development Methods / Road to Rig |
Please kindly send your proposals by 30 September 2020 .
The Vienna Motor Symposium 2020 took place as a "Virtual Congress"
The Vienna International Motor Symposium is worldwide regarded as a renowned conference in the field of engine development and drivetrain technology. For decades, this symposium has been a meeting place of the international engine experts.
The Austrian Society of Automotive Engineers (ÖVK) is pleased to offer a "virtual participation" in the 41st International Vienna Motor Symposium despite the cancellation of the event due to the Covid19 pandemic.
In addition to the complete printed congress documents, all lectures and further information are also available to all virtual participants to download online. Video presentations have already been promised by more than 3O speakers, the majority of the video presentations will be available from April 23, 2020.
In addition, virtual participants have access to lectures from past motor symposia (can be found via the lecture search on the website
Registration as a "virtual participant is possible at any time, even after the originally planned start of the event!
Order Congress Papers of the International Vienna Motor Symposium 2020
The 41st International Vienna Motor Symposium from April 22 to 24, 2020 at the Hofburg Congress Center Vienna unfortunately had to be canceled. Nevertheless, the lectures of this of this top level symposium will be published in the “Progress Reports VDI” in two volumes including extra booklets and are obtainable from the Austrian Society of Automotive Engineers.
A USB Stick with all lectures available in English is also included.