The CTI Young Drive Experts Award will be presented for the second time at the 9th CTI Symposium on “Innovative Automotive Transmissions, Hybrid and Electric Drivetrains”.
Düsseldorf/Berlin, August 2010. The further development of conventional and alternative drivetrain technologies will decide the future viability and competitiveness of the automotive industry. The consequences of the upheaval in the automotive industry resulting from further efficiency improvements, a changed awareness of mobility and electrically-powered vehicles include some major achievements in terms of innovation. This is the second time that conference and seminar organizer CTI has offered the “CTI CTI Young Drive Experts Award” for the encouragement of up-and-coming academics in the field of drivetrain technologies. Under the patronage of Rainer Brüderle, the Federal Minister of Economics and Technology, young engineers are invited to submit their research projects, their degree dissertations and doctoral theses or their Bachelor’s and Master’s theses on the wide-ranging topics of drivetrain and transmission technology by October 29, 2010. Continue reading