Partner country – Republic of Korea

22. International Dresden Lightweighting Symposium

June 14 -15, 2018 – BÖRSE DRESDEN

Titelfoto: Sylvio Dittrich

Hybrid Lightweighting – key for growth 2030

As a society and an industrial nation, how can we respond to the global megatrends of our time in a way that ensures long-term success? We are all more than familiar with related buzzwords such as digitalisation, urbanisation, mobility and resource availability – and how could we fail to be given the almost inflationary frequency with which they are used. We nevertheless ignore them at our peril, as they clearly signpost the way in which our world is set to develop. Our vision of 2030 might not yet be either fully rounded or crystal clear, but, to borrow the words of Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926):

The future reveals itself to us long before it happens.

It is against this backdrop that we will take this year’s event as an opportunity to not only present novel materials, technologies and systems, but also join you in a critical discussion of their ability to cope with the challenges of the future. The motto of the 22nd Dresden International Lightweight En-gineering Symposium – “Integrated lightweight engineering – the key to growth in 2030” – is inten-tionally broad in scope, as Germany and Europe are no longer the only players setting the pace in the field of resource-efficient lightweight engineering. Countries such as China, Singapore and the Re-public of Korea already possess the economic strength and forward-thinking strategies to open up the markets of the future and develop the intelligent, cost-efficient solutions those new markets demand. The European approach must therefore be one of exchange and cooperation rather than isolation. Given its focus on eastern partner countries in recent years, the Dresden International Lightweight Engineering Symposium is in a unique position to provide a promising springboard for this strategic approach.

In the case of the Republic of Korea in particular, Dresden and the surrounding region can look back on a long, intensive partnership that has led to friendly cooperation on many different levels. To give an example, the Korea-Germany Materials Center (KGMC) in Changwon sees German and South Korean scientists jointly develop new material systems, manufacturing techniques, tailored engineer-ing methods and test and validation procedures for applications in the field of “function-integrative lightweight engineering in multi-material design”. The aim must now be to forge the outstanding experience gained within the framework of cooperative research and development activities into a foundation for the establishment of joint value chains offering mutual benefits. After all, globally networked high-end technologies and corresponding production chains have a vital role to play if integrated lightweight engineering is to tap into a sustainable source of growth, jobs, prosperity and, in turn, social justice.

Now in its 22nd year, the Dresden International Lightweight Engineering Symposium is a firmly estab-lished platform for the transfer of cross-sector, cross-product knowledge and experience between science, industry, society and the political sphere. In particular, it gives lightweight engineers a syn-ergetic forum for the discussion of research and development activities and the forging of new inter-national business ties. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) will be especially keen to take advantage of our exclusive package, which provides access to strong partners in the shape of both the German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) and its Korean counterpart, KOTRA.
Partnership between equals offers one thing above all: Opportunities. It is therefore our pleasure to invite you to join us in exploring a host of those opportunities here in the city of Dresden – an inter-nationally renowned centre for culture and high technology with a University of Excellence and a host of top-class non-university research institutions.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Maik Gude

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil.

Maik Gude

Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Hubert Jäger

Prof. Dr. rer. nat.

Hubert Jäger

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Niels Modler

Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Niels Modler

Programme for the 22nd Dresden International Lightweight Engineering Symposium

The symposium languages are German, English and Korean. A simultaneous translation service will be available.

Programme for Thursday, June 14th 2018

9:00
Jäger, Hubert, Prof. Dr. rer. nat.

Technische Universität Dresden, Chairman of the Board of the Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology

Opening address

The first day of the symposium places special emphasis on strategic issues. High-ranking German and Korean representatives from the worlds of politics and science will be joining us to discuss the future role of integrated lightweight engineering.
9:10
Müller-Steinhagen, Hans, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. DEng / Auckland Dr. h.c. / Brno Dr. h.c. / Dankook

Technische Universität Dresden, Rektor

Welcome address

9:20
Gaul, Uwe, Dipl.-Päd.

Saxon State Ministry of Science and Art, Secretary of State

Welcome address

9:30
Jong, Bum Goo, S.E. Dr.

Ambassador of the Republic of Korea

Welcome address

9:40
Kim, Yootae

Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA), Director of European Headquarter

Why Korea?

10:00
Hilbert, Dirk

Major of the City of Dresden

Transforming Dresden into a smart city

10:10
Loscheider, Werner

Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi), Head of Department IVB4 „Construction Sector, Resource Efficiency and Lightweight Engineering“

The German Federal Government’s lightweight engineering strategy

10:30

Break

11:00
Rhyim, Youngmok, Dr.

Korea Evaluation Institute Technology (KEIT), Metallic Materials Program Director

Lightweight Material R&D Policy and Projects of MOTIE (Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy)

11:20
Büter, Andreas, Prof. Dr.-Ing.

Fraunhofer Institute for Structural Durability and System Reliability LBF, Managing Director of the Fraunhofer Lightweight Design Alliance

Digitalization and lightweight design

11:50
Hoene, Albrecht, Dr.

KUKA Deutschland GmbH, Director Human Robot Collaboration Research & Development

Digitalization as challenge

12:20
Modler*, Niels, Prof. Dr.-Ing., Röllig, Barbara, Dipl.-Ing.

TU Dresden, Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology, Board*

Awarding of the ACL Young Talent Award

12:30

Lunch break

13:45
Brandenburg, Torsten, Dr.

Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), German Mineral Resources Agency (DERA)

Future raw material availability

14:15
Fleischer, J.; Schäfer, M.

Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), wbk Institut für Produktionstechnik

Modulare Produktionsanlagen für den hybriden Leichtbau

14:45

Break

15:15
Memmler, Michael

German Environment Agency (UBA), Energy Supply and Data

Energy Mix in Germany – Current Developments and Outlook to 2030

15:45
Gundling, Alexander

Carbon Composites e.V., Managing Director of Carbon Composites e.V.

Education initiative of the Carbon Composites e.V.

16:15
Gude, Maik, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil.

Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK), Chair of Lightweight Design and Structural Assessment

Resource-efficient lightweight engineering for the mobility sector: changes-forecast-transfer

19:30

Evening event – Paddle steamer trip

Programme for Friday, June 15th 2018

9:00
Gude, Maik, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil.

Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK), Chair of Lightweight Design and Structural Assessment

Summary of day 1 of the symposium

The second day shifts the focus of the symposium onto specialist presentations given by selected speakers. Leading industrial figures will be in Dresden to offer in-depth insights into their respective areas of expertise.
9.05
Ku, Bon-Cheol, Prof.

Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST), Head of Carbon Composite Materials Research Center

Initiative of carbon fiber for lightweight Composites

9:35
Park, Ji-Sang, Dr.

Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS), Head of Composite Structures & System Department

Challenges of lightweight composite technology for next-generation large wind turbines

10:05
Kellner, Philipp, Dr.

Dr. Ing. h.c. Porsche AG, Specialist in Preliminary Development

Hybrid Structures as a Contribution to the Future Lightweight Body

10:20

Break

11:00
Kroos, Joachim, Dr. rer. nat.; Klose*, Frank, Dr. rer. nat.

Salzgitter AG, Director of Technical Customer Services, Head of Materials and Process Development*

Lightweight Steel Construction – Key technology today and tomorrow

11:30
von Reden, Tjark, Dr.-Ing.

Carbon Composites e.V., Deputy Managing Director

Latest developments in CFRP recycling and recovery

12:15

Lunch break

13:30
Dittmar*, Harri; Gorbach, Gabrielle, Dr.; Dwenger, Stefan, Dr.

ElringKlinger AG*, Global Business Development

Hybrid lightweight structures – from development to serial production

14:00
Kawalla, Rudolf, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Prof. E.h. mult.

Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, Vice-Rector for Research, Director of the Institute of Metal Forming, Chair of Forming Technology

The Saxon Lightweight Engineering Alliance

14:35

Break

15:00
Krahl, Michael, Dr.-Ing.

Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK), Head of Thermoplastic Processing

Process development for series production

15:25
Filippatos, Angelos, Dr.-Ing.

Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK)

Industry 4.0: Cutting-edge structural diagnostics for lightweight engineering applications

15:50
Berner, Matthias, Dr. -Ing.

Leichtbauzentrum Sachsen GmbH, Division Manager Simulation and Method Development

Reliability of modern material and systems

16:15
Jäger, Hubert, Prof. Dr. rer. nat.

Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK), Chairman of the Board

Summary and closing adress

19:00

Alumni Evening

Fringe events

June 13th 201812:00 - 19:00

ILK Project Showcase

What tangible benefits do the many and varied Saxon research institutes offer your organisation? This is a serious question that has long been the subject of serious debate among not only regional politicians, but also scientists and employees at the Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK) at TU Dresden. Dresden is home to a unique pool of lightweight engineering expertise – and we aim to further intensify the use of that expertise as a driver for positive economic development in our region. We are therefore delighted to invite you to gain an insight into our wide-ranging capabilities at the ILK Project Showcase from 12:00 onwards on Wednesday, June 13th 2018. The event will be held at Marschnerstraße 32, 01307 Dresden.
June 14th 201810:00-13.00

Visit of the Dresden Residence Castle – „The Saxon Louvre“

Bildquelle: Dresden Marketing GmbH Since 1990 the Dresden Residence Castle has been continuously reconstructed. The Historic Green Vault returned to its original location at the western wing at the castle, the former church of the castle with its famous arch was rebuild and it is possible to use it for events. The Turkish Chamber, the large hall and the ruler gallery were also restored. An additional place of interest is the exhibition “Power and Fashion” at the renaissance wing of the castle. You will visit with your tour guide the valuable collection of the New Green Vault, you will see the Golden Coffee Set of August the Strong, the Royal Household of the Grand Mogul, the Saxon “Crown Jewels” and precious other golden, silver, ivory and crystal glass exhibits. After the guided tour you will be able to visit all other museums at the castle individually. Meeting point and start of the guided tour will be the conference service desk at the BÖRSE DRESDEN. The transport to the historic city center will be by tram and you will be accompanied by a tour guide. Price per person and program: 25,00 €, plus 19 % VAT If you are interested, please book this event on the online registration form or you can directly send an email to the congress service CMD Congress Management GmbH Dresden: info@cmd-congress.de We are looking forward to welcoming you!
June 15th 201819:00

Alumni Evening – Dresden Science Night

The annual Alumni Evening was established in 2016 as a means of promoting friendly exchange between ILK graduates and is held at a popular student club in Dresden.

This year we are pleased to invite alumni to assemble at the Gutzkowclub (Gutzkowstraße 29-33) at 19:00 on June 15th 2018. The event coincides with Dresden Science Night.

Would you like to join the ILK’s alumni network? Please click the following link to find out more and apply for membership: https://tu-dresden.de/ing/maschinenwesen/ilk/studium/alumni.

June 14th 201819:30 – 23:00

Evening event – Paddle steamer trip (companions welcome)

The paddle steamer “Leipzig” in central Dresden A day of looking to the future will be followed by a nostalgic trip upstream from Dresden to Pillnitz Castle on a historic paddle steamer. You can look forward to an evening of stimulating speeches, discussions and conversation as you glide along the tranquil Elbe enjoying Saxon delicacies and live music. Participation in the evening event is included in the symposium fee. Additional tickets can be booked using the reservation form.

Specialist exhibition

The specialist exhibition that accompanies the symposium gives interested companies and institutions an ideal opportunity to not only present their products, processes and services, but also explain and discuss them in person with potential partners and customers. To find out more, please contact our event management partner, CMD Congress Management GmbH Dresden:

CMD Congress Management GmbH Dresden

Bertolt-Brecht-Allee 24, 01309 Dresden
Telephone: +49 (0) 351 2152 7800 | Fax: +49 (0) 351 2152 7808
Email: info@cmd-congress.de

We look forward to welcoming you to Dresden!

Partner

Partner country: Republic of Korea

Dresden and the surrounding region can look back on a long, intensive partnership with the Republic of Korea that has led to friendly cooperation on many different levels. To give an example, the Korea-Germany Materials Center (KGMC) in Changwon sees German and South Korean scientists jointly develop new material systems, manufacturing techniques, tailored engineering methods and test and validation procedures for applications in the field of “function-integrative lightweight engineering in multi-material design”.

The naming of the Republic of Korea as the partner country for the 22nd Dresden International Lightweight Engineering Symposium represents a further step on the path towards a long-term relationship characterised by the fruitful mutual exchange of scientific know-how and expertise.

Venue

BÖRSE DRESDEN

BÖRSE DRESDEN

Messering 6 | 01067 Dresden

Please direct any questions to:

CMD Congress Management GmbH Dresden

Bertolt-Brecht-Allee 24, D-01309 Dresden, Germany
Telefon: +49 (0) 351 2152 7800 | Telefax: +49 (0) 351 2152 7808 | E-mail: info@cmd-congress.de