• TAE International Colloquium Tribology

    International Colloquium Tribology

    25–27 January 2022

  • TAE International Colloquium Tribology

    International Colloquium Tribology

    25–27 January 2022

23rd International Colloquium Tribology

The conference provides an international exchange forum for the industry and the academia. Leading university researchers present their latest findings, and representatives of the industry inspire scientists to develop new solutions. Discussions and cooperation enable attendees to meet current tribological challenges.

Save the date: the next International Colloquium Tribology will take place from 25 to 27 January 2022.

The call for papers will be published soon.

Follow-up of the 22nd International Colloquium Tribology

One of the main topics of the 2020 conference was the forthcoming e-mobility technology, its various aspects and its consequences for the lubrication and tribology community. Additionally, the programme included highly qualified presentations dealing with applications of machine learning as well as artificial intelligence in lubrication, condition monitoring, material development and sustainable lubricants. 

Please have a look at our programme for more detailed information.

Invited and Plenary Speakers

Nicolas Argibay
Sandia National Lab
Materials Science and Engineering Center
Albuquerque, NM, USA
"New Insights into Alloy Design for Tribological Applications"

Arup Gangopadhyay
Ford Motor Company
Research and Innovation Center
Dearborn, MI, USA
"Driveline Fluid Opportunities for HEV/EV Vehicles"

Noël Brunetière
Institut Pprime
Université de Poitiers
France
"Can we Predict the Behavior of Mechanical Seals?"
Jeff Hemphill
Schaeffler Group North America
Troy, MI, USA
"Impact of Tribology on Vehicle Electrification"
Michael Carus
Nova-Institut GmbH, Direktor
Hürth, Germany
"Sustainability Analysis – from Brundtland to VDI"

Amir Kadiric
Imperial College London
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Tribology Group
London, United Kingdom
"Rolling Contact Fatigue: Pits, Cracks and Spalls"
Fabrice Dassenoy
Ecole Centrale of Lyon
LTDS
France
"Mechanical Characterization of Diesel Soot Nanoparticles"
Lutz Lindemann
FUCHS PETROLUB SE
Executive Board Member (CTO) / R&D, Supply Chain, Sustainability
Mannheim, Germany
"The Lubricants Industry in Light of the Macroeconomic Environment"
Martin Dienwiebel
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Mikrotribologie Centrum µTC Karlsruhe
Karlsruhe, Germany
"In Situ Studies on the Competitive Adsorption of Lubricant Additives"

Guillermo E. Morales-Espejel
SKF Research and Technology Development
The Netherlands
LaMCoS INSA de Lyon
France
"Tribology Modelling of Lubricated Contacts for Electrification"
Michael Duncan
STLE-President
Daubert Chemical Company
EVP Technology
Chicago, IL, USA
"Emerging Issues and Trends in Tribology and Lubrication Engineering"

Michele Scaraggi
Università del Salento
Dipartimento di Ingegneria
dell'Innovazione, Italy
"Surface Roughness Anisotropy in Soft Contacts: From Microbot Locomotion to Seals Applications"
Stefan Eder
AC2T research GmbH
Wiener Neustadt, Austria
"MD Simulations of FCC Alloys under Dry Sliding Yield a Mechanism Map for Near-Surface Microstructural Development"
Philippe Vergne
LaMCoS & CNRS
INSA de Lyon
Université de Lyon
Villeurbanne, France
"Relationship between Film Forming Capability and Rheology of Lubricants with VI Improvers"


Nuria Espallargas
Norwegian University of Science        
and Technology NTNU
Norway
"Water Lubrication – Challenges and Opportunities"


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