2021 Germany: Conference on European Hyperloop Technology

The first online event of the "Conference Series on European Hyperloop Technology" took place on February 23rd. 2021. It was organized by the University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer, Germany. [...]

The University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer in cooperation with the Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg introduce the Conference Series dedicated to European Hyperloop Technology and future implementations in transportation systems on a European scale. The first conference focusses on the development of Large-Scale Research Infrastructure to foster the Hyperloop Technology and its realization. As a collaborative effort both universities are active in the project EU HyTeC (European Hyperloop Technology Center) funded by the state of Lower Saxony, which evaluates the evolution of the existing 32km MagLev test track in Lathen, Germany, towards a European Hyperloop Research Facility. The universities are closely collaborating with the INTIS GmbH and the ministries of lower saxony to make a European Hyperloop Development Center in Lathen, Germany a reality.

Björn Thümler, Minister of Science and Culture of Lower Saxony, will introduce the conference auditory by a welcoming address. Keynote presentations will emphasize on Hyperloop challenges from different perspectives. The point of views of economy, science, teaching and last but not least operating facilities will be presented. A workshop session will then gather these aspects and pave the way towards a contribution in the new research framework program Horizon Europe.

 


 

Program

Focus session on The Development of Large-Scale Research Infrastructure

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021,15:00 to 17:30 (UTC +1 / MEZ)


This event will take place fully online via Zoom.

15:00 Welcoming address
Björn Thümler - Minister for Science and Culture of the State of Lower Saxony

15:10 Introduction
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Kreutz–President University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer
Prof. Dr. Martin Fränzle –Vice President Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg

15:20 Industry aspects on Hyperloop System Engineering
Mars Geuze -Hardt Hyperloop

15:45 Research-Based Learning
Prof. Dr. Walter Neu
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Schüning
University of Applied Sciences Emden / Leer & University of Oldenburg

16:00 Virtual Coffee / Tea Break

16:20 Technological Development in Large Scale Research Infrastructures
Dr. Ralf Effenberger -INTIS GmbH

16:45 Perspectives: EU Funding
Dr. Till Manning, MWK

16:50 Horizon Europe
ESFRI Process
NKS Infrastructure & Lukas Eschment, IHT
Upcoming Calls Horizon Europe
Anna Benjamins & Tim Schouwer, HSEL

17:05 Nevomo
Milan Chromik

17:13 Zeleros
Juan Vicén Balaguer

17:21 EuroTube Foundation
Gregory Inauen

17:30 Closing Remarks
Institute for Hyperloop Techologies

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