2019 ICAT to Promote Global Status of Electric Vehicles (EVs) and Removal of Vehicle Fine Dust

https://korean-machinery.com///inquiryThe 2019 International Conference on Advanced Automotive Technology(ICAT) will be held at the Kimdaejung Convention Center in Gwangju from June 20 to 22, introducing industry and technology status of electric vehicle(EV) and fine dust in the world.
ICAT is a conference that was expanded from the previous “International Symposium for Next-Generation Automobile Technology”, held by the Automobile Research Center at Chonnam National University since 1995, into a specialized convention in Gwangju from 2015. The event is co-hosted by the Automobile Research Center in Chonnam National University, BK21+(National Research Foundation of Korea), University of Honam, University of Ulsan, Korea Automotive Technology Institute(KATECH), Gwangju Institute of Green-Car Advancement, Kimdaejung Convention Center, and Gwangju Convention & Visitor Bureau, and sponsored by the Gwangju Metropolitan City, Korea Tourism Organization(KTO), and the Korea Society of Automotive Engineers(KSAE).
This year, 8 electric automobile and environmental experts from the automobile research center in universities, research institutes, automobile manufacturers and automobile parts suppliers from eight countries including Korea, USA, Austria, Japan, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, and Italy will be invited to give lectures under the theme “Advanced Vehicles Technologies for the World without Fine Dust”. They will give presentation on the key technologies for EV and find dust as well as market status and propose future prospects.
A junior session is also prepared to present twelve oral-presentation and sixteen poster-presentation from researchers in industries and institutes, and graduate students who are the heroes of the future automobile industry. This conference will provide English for the professional.
During the conference, the 12th International Green Car Exhibition Korea, the first green car exhibition of the country, will be held at the same venue. This event will offer multiple benefits with the opportunities for education, attraction, and entertainment through conferences where various cultural performances to enhance the satisfaction of participants and tours around Gwangju will be offered free of charge.
“2019 ICAT is a platform that enables research on EV and environmental area of vehicles and allows industry experts to understand the development and flow of advanced technologies and to predict the future. In particular, Gwangju Metropolitan City has a plan to make the eco-friendly automobile factory for applying Gwangju-type of jobs. Critical tasks of this big project are given such as the local parts makers’ own development for its techniques, improving its researching skills, and globalization. We hope that it will bring more vitality to the eco-friendly automobile parts industries in Gwangju area by co-hosting the event with the International Green Car Korea.” explained chairman of Prof. Byungchul Choi, who is also director of the Automobile Research Center in Chonnam National University.
2019 ICAT is open to members of the public who are interested in the EV industry and environmental problems of automobile area can be accessed via the official web-site of ICAT: http://www.icat-gj.org. A general registration fee of USD 200 or KRW 200,000 will be offered for early registration until June 7. For registration and on-site registration after June 8, it will be USD 250 or KRW 250,000. We will offer a special discount of registration fee for group participants(more than 30 persons) of automobile industry side. For further information, please contact the PCO MIZCOM (Tel:82-62-431-9500).

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