Tire Technology Expo 2020: Preliminary conference program announced

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Tire Technology Expo returns in 2020 for its 20th anniversary. The Conference that’s held alongside will be more varied than ever, featuring no fewer than 160 presentations spread across twelve streams. There are also five specialist Short Courses on offer, taking a deep dive into the latest development and manufacturing insights. Make sure to put February 25-27 in your diary!

The Conference includes presentations from scientific, technical and business strategy leaders investigating a wide array of issues currently facing the industry and exploring the trends set to dominate the tire business in future.

Expert speakers will include Gert Heinrich, senior professor at the Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden, who will introduce the tire materials of the future; Patrick Pallot, tire design fellow at Michelin, who will be looking at how the company uses virtual design to accelerate development; and Hans Dorfi, director of digital engineering at Bridgestone, who will discuss the role of intelligent tires.

Tire Technology Expo’s renowned program of Short Courses has also been enhanced for 2020 with IOM3 accreditation for all but one of the courses and a certificate from the University of Akron for those attending the four-day Tire Mechanics short course.

To view the full list of speakers, as well as the Short Courses on offer, either download the preliminary conference program booklet, or go to the online interactive speaker program.

You can already book your conference pass now with a 15% discount, safe in the knowledge that the Conference will once again have a packed program.

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Illya joined UKi Media & Events in 2018 having completed an Automotive Journalism MA course at Coventry University. As expo news editor, he writes about the new products and technologies that can be found at UKi Media & Events' many exhibitions, as well as contributing to UKi's various magazines and websites.

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