The 42nd International Motor Symposium 2021 is planned as a face-to-face event and as a virtual event.
If the face-to-face event is canceled, all participants will be rebooked for the virtual event.
At the Vienna International Motor Symposium a limited number of free places is available for domestic and foreign students of mechanical and electrical engineering.
For participation in the symposium, students have to meet certain criteria. Detailed information can be found in the application form.
- Completed application form
- Evidence of enrolment in a mechanical or electrical engineering course at a university
- Credits obtained testifying to academic performance
- Curriculum vitae
- Recommendation letter by a professor specialized in the field
- Motivation letter explaining the reasons for your wish to participate in the Motor Symposium
Please send all of these documents by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, After having examined your application we will inform you about the further steps you have to take.
If our assessment of your application is positive, you will be entitled to participate in the virtual symposium. Accordingly, you will receive a complete set of the symposium documents.
The deadline for applications is 31 March 2021. You will be informed if your application has been successful by 28 April 2021 at the latest.
All registered participants, lecturers, students and media representatives at the Vienna International Motor Symposium will be granted access to the “Participants Area“ with the digital symposium documents, the video presentations as well as the virtual exhibition by pressing the button “participants login“ at the top of this website, and also have free access to the Motor Symposium app.
You will find the symposium app at the App Store and at Google Play Store.
During and for a limited period after the symposium, the symposium documents (a list of participants, a list of exhibitors, a map of exhibition stalls on all levels, CVs of the lecturers and of the chairmen of the sessions, all lectures in pdf format) and the video presentations as well as the virtual exhibition will be available in the participants area and in the app.
In addition, logged-in participants have the option of downloading all lectures from previous symposia which can be accessed via lecture search.
The Austrian Society of Automotive Engineers (OEVK) will provide information on your access data to the participants login by e-mail a few days before the beginning of the Motor Symposium.