CIMNE disseminates Fatigue4Light at the RTR Conference
CIMNE, acting as the Fatigue4Light project coordinator, presented the project in the 7th edition of the European Conference on Results from Road Transport Research (RTR 2024), taking place from 5th – 7th of February in Brussels (Belgium).
The project’s coordinators Lucia Barbu, and head of fatigue at CIMNE, and Sergio Jiménez, associate lecturer at CIMNE, attended the conference and participated in the session “Materials and production processes”, introducing Fatigue4Light as a key European project in the lightweight automotive and mobility sector.
During the session, Lucia Barbu presented a general overview about Fatigue4Light with a special focus on the main developments and highlighting the goals and results achieved, as well as the benefits and impacts of the project for the automotive industry and the society as a whole.
On the other hand, representatives from the EU-funded ALMA project, one of the EnLight EVs Cluster projects, participated in the session showcasing their developments, solutions and innovations. The session was moderated by Eric Cerneaz, project officer from CINEA and Thilo Bein, Head of Knowledge Management from Fraunhofer LBF.
The RTR Conference, organised by the European Commission, 2Zero emission partnership, CCAM Association and ERTRAC, brought together in this year’s edition around 400 experts in the road transport sector from all over Europe sharing experiences and discussing about the next research steps and challenges of the sector.