The International Symposium on Dynamics of Vehicles on Road and Tracks is the leading international conference bringing together scientists and engineers from academia and industry in the field of ground vehicle dynamics to present and exchange their latest ideas and breakthroughs.
IAVSD was established in 1977 in Vienna. Its biennial symposia have been held in Berlin, Cambridge (UK), Cambridge (USA), Linköping, Prague, Kingston, Lyon, Chengdu, Ann Arbor, Budapest, Pretoria, Copenhagen, Kanagawa, Milano, Berkeley, Stockholm, Manchester and Qingdao.
The 24th International Symposium on Dynamics of Vehicles on Roads and Tracks will be held from the 17th to the 21st August 2015 in Graz, Austria
IAVSD 2015 is organised by VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center in cooperation with Graz University of Technology, Vienna University of Technology and the industrial partners AVL, MAGNA STEYR and SIEMENS.
We are very much looking forward to welcoming you in Graz at the IAVSD 2015 Symposium!
Vehicle Dynamics is a field of science and engineering which focuses on the dynamic behaviour of ground vehicles like automobiles and rail vehicles. This dynamic behaviour has a strong impact on vibration and comfort, stability, steering behaviour, traction and braking, vehicle-track interaction and many more. While Vehicle Dynamics has originally been based on classical mechanics, nowadays multi-physics, mechatronics and control theory are of ever-increasing importance in this field of research. Therefore taking into consideration all those additional aspects is crucial for improving the development and optimization of ground vehicles and their impact on humans and the environment.
IAVSD 2015 in Graz is focusing on the following topics:
Graz University of Technology Inffeldgasse 12 8010 Graz Austria eu
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Virtual Vehicle Research Center in cooperation with Graz University of Technology and Vienna University of Technology together with AVL, MAGNA STEYR and Siemens. Inffeldgasse 21a A-8010 Graz Austria eu
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