Science Talk
Unfortunately, the current corona development and associated travel restrictions make it impossible for Dr. Yoshino to travel from Japan to Germany. Therefore, the live event in Duisburg planned for September 21 had to be cancelled.

Alternatively, we will present a Digital Science Talk with Chemistry - Nobel Laureate 2019 Dr. Akira Yoshino and Daimler CEO Ola Källenius, moderated by Professor Dudenhöffer, at 1st October.
IT Symposium 2020
"AI in the automotive industry
of the future"
* Tickets for the it.Ruhr symposium can be booked.
We are still planning the event for 9. September 2020 in Bochum.
If the symposium has to be postponed due to the current situation, your tickets will of course continue to be valid. Alternatively, tickets can be canceled free of charge in the event of a new appointment.

Car Symposium

The automobile congress
Stands for constructive solutions and strategies for the future world of mobility. The close network between industry and research makes our automotive congress unique. Discuss new approaches and solutions with our top keynote speakers and experts in over 70 specialist articles.

Car Connects

Future. Mobility. Career.
Our career events connect tomorrow's companies and young talents with a passion for mobility-related topics.

Car Science

Industry meets research
The goal is the close networking of industry and science on specific research topics in order to develop and exchange ideas and innovations. Whether battery research, functional materials, automated driving or IT. Meet our experts.

About Car

The University of Duisburg-Essen and D + S Automotive GmbH are behind the events and the network of experts. With “disruptive innovations” such as electromobility, automated driving and the sharing economy, the future of the automotive and supplier industry is changing dramatically. Changes in markets and trade conflicts exacerbate pressure in the industry. With Car we try to understand these changes better and to participate in the optimization.

"Car stands for network, competence and innovative exchange."

Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Dudenhöffer, Chair of the Automotive Industry and Director of the Center Automotive Research, University of Duisburg-Essen