South and Southeast Asia Brake Conference and Exhibition 2020

6th Annual
AVANI RIVERSIDE BANGKOK HOTEL, THAILAND
Sun 16th - Tue 18th February 2020

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Overview

We are pleased to invite you to attend the 6th annual AsiaBrake Conference and Exhibition which will take place in the Avani Riverside Bangkok Hotel, Thailand on Sunday 16th – Tuesday 18th February 2020.

This event is a gathering of leaders of thought, academics and stakeholders in the automobile industry from around the world who share a common interest in practical solutions for sustainable development in the friction and brake industry.

The event will focus exclusively on how manufacturers can continue to develop improved vehicular braking systems and technology to increase safety. We expect several sponsors from various automobile markets.

Invited Guest Speakers

5 Lectures from the most renowned names in friction industry

Prof. Philippe Dufrenoy

Key Role of Thermomechanics on the Friction Brakes Performance

Prof. Philippe Dufrenoy - University of Lille, France

Prof. Peter Filip

On Formulation of Brake Friction Materials and Their Performance

Prof. Peter Filip - University of Southern Illinois, USA

Professor Filip works and teaches in the areas of friction science, nanotechnology, materials engineering, and biomaterials at several institutions in the US, Europe and Asia. He co-authored more than 500 scientific publications, graduated over 100 students, and performed research sponsored by 89 industrial partners and seven governmental agencies in US, Europe and Asia. He serves on numerous committees such as the ASTM and SAE International Standardization Committees, Eurobrake and SAE Brake Colloquium. Dr. Filip delivered 29 invited/keynote lectures and received numerous international awards. Currently he co-organizes and chairs materials sessions at SAE and Eurobrake meetings, International Forum on Sliding Friction and Vibration, and serves as the Immediate Past Chair of the Wear of Materials Congress.

Prof. Ken Nakano

Physics of Stick-Slip: Impact of Friction Vector Rotation

Prof. Ken Nakano - Yokohama National University, Japan

Prof. Georg Ostermeyer

Brake Emissions

Prof. Georg Ostermeyer - Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

Prof. Georg Ostermeyer is professor and head of the Institute of Dynamics and Vibrations (IDS) at University of Braunschweig. He has about 30 years of experience in industry and University on friction and brakes and published more than 250 papers. He got several Awards, f.i. the Lloyd L. Withrow Award and the Dan Mahanna Achievement Award. He is member of the Steering Committee of eurobrake and of the Advisory Board of the SAE Brake Colloquium.

Prof. Ho Jang

The Triggering Mechanism of Brake Squeal and Vibration Focusing on the Effect of Surface Topography

Prof. Ho Jang - Korea University, Korea

Special panel discussion

"Electric/Hybrid Vehicle Trends in Asian Countries
and Europe: Implications for Foundation Brakes"

Mr. Yukihiro Shiomi

Japan

Mr. Yukihiro Shiomi

Toyota Japan

Prof. Ho Jang

Korea

Prof. Ho Jang

Korea University

Dr. Yossapong Laoonual

Thailand

Dr. Yossapong Laoonual

Association of Thailand

Prof. Georg Ostermeyer

Europe

Prof. Georg Ostermeyer

Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany

TBA

China

Jim Lefflbine

Managing Director
Link Engineering Company, China

Contact Persons

For sponsorship and exhibition

Boonyawat Teeraprawatekul (Boon)

Acme International (Thailand) Ltd.

630 Onnuj 54, Onnuj, Suanluang, Bangkok 10250 Thailand.

Tel: +66 2 320 5200

Fax: +66 2 320 5208

E-mail: boon@asiabrake.org

For Technical Papers And Presentations

Meechai Sriwiboon

Compact International (1994) Co., Ltd.

36 Moo 4 Nongchumphon Khaoyoi Phetchaburi 76140 Thailand.

Tel: +66 32 447 661 Ext. 211

Fax: +66 32 795 046

Email: meechai@asiabrake.org

For registration and event administration

Tantika Sirikittisup (Pam)

Acme International (Thailand) Ltd.

630 Onnuj 54, Onnuj, Suanluang, Bangkok 10250 Thailand.

Tel: +66 2 320 5200 Ext. 118

Fax: +66 2 320 5208

E-mail: pam@asiabrake.org