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Formula Student is much more than competing, is also learning, and what better way to learn, than from experienced engineers?

This year, FSPT is proud to announce the beginning of FSPT Talks. A series of online events will take place throughout the year, bringing together some of the brightest minds and the most passionate enthusiasts in Formula Student. This series of presentations and discussions is more than just an event; it's a journey into the heart of innovation, engineering excellence, and collaborative learning. Let us know about your interest in attending the next session by applying at the link below.

What it is? Why should you participate?

H2 CONCEPT CHALLENGE

DATE

22nd - May 2024 - 20.00 (CET)

SYNOPSE

Join us on May 22, 2024, for an enlightening FSPT Talk dedicated to this year's exciting addition—the Hydrogen Concept Challenge. This virtual event, hosted by esteemed judges Miguel Santos and Steffen Schmitt, will delve into the intricacies of hydrogen power in automotive engineering, specifically within the Formula Student framework.
Our speakers will provide insights into the challenge, discussing the critical role hydrogen technology will play in future automotive designs, and detailing how teams can participate and excel.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from experts and understand the motivation behind integrating hydrogen powertrain technologies into Formula Student competitions.

Presented by FSG's ESF reviewer: Richard Hohmuth

DATE

22nd - February 2024 - 19.00 (WET)

ESF 101 - A GUIDE

SYNOPSE

For most Formula Student competitions each team must submit an Electrical System Form (ESF). This document describes the electrical system of the team's car as well as the safety measures implemented. The ESF not only saves time during the electrical inspection at the competition, but also provides early feedback to the team prior to the competition. In this presentation, the ESF will be presented from a reviewer's perspective, along with tips for quick and efficient documentation. In addition, there will be a presentation of best practices and answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Presented by our Head of IAD Steffen Schmitt

SHOULD WE CRASH IT?

DATE

20th - December 2023 - 18.00 (WET)

SYNOPSE

  • Here we will explain 3 methods to prove the design of the IAD

  • We will show the different types of Attenuator (IA) and Own Design AIP

  • We will talk about non-crushable object(s) and what driverless teams might need for their tests

  • Show which diagrams are requested for future crash tests

  • Complement the previous FSPT Talk: "How To IAD"

Presented by new IAD Reviewer Pedro J. Silva Campos and Head of IAD Steffen Schmitt

HOW TO ... IAD

DATE

6th - December 2023 - 19.00 (WET)

SYNOPSE

  • Show you the easiest way to get an passed Standard IAD and what to look out for

  • Presentation from last year updated to new rules

  • Additional topic about crash test in separate FSPT Talk

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