|2022/05/20||QUIET | ORF (Austrian national public service broadcaster) reports about the QUIET project|
|The ORF (Austrian national public service broadcaster) reports* in „Mayrs Magazin – Wissen für alle“ about the QUIET project and spoke to Dragan Šimić and Hansjörg Kapeller from the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH.|
*The link to the ORF TV report was available until 2022/05/27.
|2022/04/27||QUIET | ÖAMTC shows trailer about the QUIET project|
|The ÖAMTC (Austrias’s largest motoring association) promotes the QUIET project and shows a trailer in its innovation magazine „MOTION“. To view the video contribution please click here!|
|2021/06/01||QUIET | Interview for the PCM-Newsletter (Phase Change Matters / Newsletter: May 2021)|
|QUIET, short for QUalifying and Implementing a user-centric designed and EfficienT electric vehicle, was coordinated by the Austrian Institute of Technology. The project received 7 million euros in funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. Details on the new technologies are being shared with vehicle manufacturers and suppliers. Dr. Esther Kieseritzky, Rubitherm’s general manager, shared some thoughts… Read more|
|2021/05/21||QUIET Trailer & Gallery | Published!|
|The QUIET Trailer has been published. To view the full video please click here!|
To visit the QUIET Gallery please click here!
|2021/03/31||QUIET Flyer | Published!|
|The QUIET Flyer has been published. To view the full flyer please click here!|
|2021/02/17 & 2021/03/03||DOMUS & QUIET | Two-Session-Clustering Workshop: a success!|
|On 17th of February 2021 and 3rd of March 2021, the Horizon 2020 project DOMUS held a two-session Clustering Workshop together with the Horizon 2020 project QUIET. The clustering workshop has been… Read more|
|Closed (2021/01/10)||Energies | Open Accesss Journal: Invitation to contribute a comprehensive review/article as an invited paper to our QUIET Special Issue (now closed)|
|We are pleased to announce a Special Issue entitled Energy Efficient Cooling and Heating Systems for Improved Passenger Thermal Comfort in Electric Vehicles. Prof. Joško Deur, Ph.D. from the University of Zagreb (QUIET project partner) and Dr. Dragan Šimić from AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH (QUIET project coordinator) are serving as Guest Editors for this issue.|
For more information on this Special Issue and submission guidelines, please visit the following web page here.
|2020/04/27 – 2020/04/30||Helsinki | Past Event (The TRA2020 conference has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic)|
|TRA2020, 8th Transport Research Arena in Helsinki, Finland, originally planned to be held on April 27th-30th, 2020 – Scientific paper and poster publication of the QUIET Project by AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH.|
|2019/09/30 – 2019/10/01||4th General Assembly Meeting & Participation on the SDEWES Conference (Workshop & QUIET Special session)|
|The fourth general assembly meeting took place in Dubrovnik, Croatia, on 30th of September 2019. The 4th GA meeting was followed by the participation on the 14th SDEWES Conference helding an Expert Workshop and leading a QUIET Special Session.|
|2019/09/10 – 2019/09/15||QUIET compressor (R290) highlighted at IAA 2019 on OBR exhibition stand|
|2019/05/16 – 2019/05/17||Successful 1st Review Meeting & 3rd General Assembly Meeting|
|The third general assembly meeting took place in Brussels, Belgium, on 17th of May 2019 in succession of the 1st Review Meeting held the day before on 16th of May.|
|2019/04/11||Budapest | Past Event|
|XVIII. eCon Konferencia – ANSYS User Meeting in Budapest, Hungary, on April 11th, 2019 – Presentation of the QUIET Project by AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH.|
|2019/04/03||Bremen | Past Event|
|EPMA, European Powder Metallurgy Association, Functional Materials Seminar in Bremen, Germany, on April 03rd-04th, 2019 – Presentation of QUIET Results „Porous materials for thermo management“ by Fraunhofer IFAM.|
|2019/03/13||Paris | eCon – FEM-responsibility partner of the QUIET consortium –awarded at JEC WORLD 2019|
|JEC WORLD is the leading international composites show for industry players, developers and decision makers featuring ground-breaking solutions on how composites materials push the limits of projects and ambitions. The project partner eCon presented their know-how, which they enriched during the QUIET project, on the JEC WORLD 2019 taking place in Paris in March 12th-14th, 2019. A prestigious international jury awarded 11 winners, including eCon Engineering Kft. (Hungary) et al. as winner in the category automotive process:|
Fast manufacturing of complex TP composites – Automated, short-cycle-time production of thermoplastic polymer composites with a special focus on high functional integration, complexity and recyclability of the parts, based on T-RTM technology.
|2018/11/20 – 2018/11/21||Graz | 2nd General Assembly Meeting|
|AVL List GmbH hosted the second general assembly meeting in Graz, Austria, which took place from 20th to 21st of November 2018. During the meeting, the project partners reported their status and new achievements to the whole consortium.|
|2018/04/26 – 2018/04/27||Offenbach | 1st General Assembly Meeting|
|Honda R&D Europe GmbH hosted the first general assembly meeting in Offenbach, Germany.|
27 project partners attended the meeting, which took place from 26th to 27th of April 2018. They reported their status and previous achievements to the whole consortium. Thereby, the consortium elaborated on improvement potential of existing work and on innovative ideas and interests for the upcoming tasks.
|2017/10/16 – 2017/10/17||Vienna | Successful Kick-Off-Meeting|
|The QUIET kick-off-meeting took place on October 16th and 17th at the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH in Vienna, Austria. In total 24 project partners from 13 different companies, plus the responsible project officer from the European Commission, participated. During the meeting, the project partners communicated their expectations regarding the QUIET project. Furthermore, the consortium clarified the availability of existing measurement data and agreed on the roles and targets of each different partner in the project.|