Cenex has invited organisations to submit seminar ideas for presentation at LCV 2016 in September.
The annual low-carbon vehicle event’s seminar programme has been designed to highlight the latest technology and results from research projects.
It will also look at the future direction that innovation might take across the sector.
Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex, said:“Every year it is our aim to generate a highly topical and comprehensive seminar programme.
“By extending the invitation to present, we are hopeful that LCV2016 will bring together some of the best minds in the industry, to educate, inform and engage with the LCV community.”
The following seminar themes will be incorporated:
- Low-Carbon Propulsion Technologies
- Ultra-Low-Emission Vehicles: Policy and Market Trends
- Vehicle Light-Weighting and Aerodynamics
- The Automotive Council and UK Capabilities Development
- Grants for Research and Development
- Connected and Autonomous Vehicles
- Digital Engineering, Modelling and Simulation
- Design Engineering, Test and Validation
- Advanced Materials
- Automotive Electronics (New to LCV2016)
- High Value Manufacturing (New to LCV2016)
- Energy for Transport: Alternative Fuels and Energy Infrastructure
- Low Carbon Buses
- Low Carbon Commercial Vehicles
- Air Quality and Low Carbon Innovation
To submit an Expression of Interest form to present at LCV2016, taking place from 14-15 September at Millbrook in Bedfordshire, visit www.cenex-lcv.co.uk. The deadline for ideas is 27 May.