Nine months have passed without a lighting workshop, after the cancellation of the workshop in Paris early this year. After the difficult time caused by Covid, the travel restrictions making international destinations unreachable, now it is time to have a great workshop. Regrettably, some Chinese would-be attendees are prevented by that country’s ongoing lockdowns.
Nevertheless, in less than two weeks’ time the DVN Workshop will happen at Rochester, Michigan. We’ve put together a terrific program with Wolfgang Huhn for the opening remarks, and Michael Flannagan and John Bullough for the keynotes. Then five automakers will present their achievements in safety and design, and five tier-1 suppliers will describe their innovative technologies.
There’ll be presentations from Forvia’s Michael Kleinkes; Valeo’s Brant Potter; Mind’s Hossein Nafari; Hyundai Mobis’ Hyunsoo Lee, and Marelli AL’s Andre Baptista.
Two hours’ time will be devoted to regulations—a session steered by Bart Terburg, with lectures by GTB and SAE affiliates followed by a panel session.
Tier-2 suppliers will have their turn, too, with presentations by key innovators including Samsung; Lumileds; Seoul Semiconductor; Texas Instruments; Kyocera SLD Laser; OLEDWorks; AML Systems; Docter Optics; BlueBinaries; SUSS; Ningbo Sunny Automotive Optech; Elmos; Covestro, and Ansys. Indeed, it will be a wonderful program. We look forward to seeing you there!