Powertrain, Lightweighting and Emissions on the Agenda at Fuel Economy Detroit

Mar 10, 2016, 09:00 ET from Automotive Megatrends

CARDIFF, Wales, March 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

  • Fuel Economy Detroit takes place in Dearborn, MI on the 17 March 2016 
  • Opening panel debate featuring Ford, EPA and DOT 
  • 15 speakers from OEMs, suppliers and other industry stakeholders 
  • FREE TICKETS for Automotive World site license holders and vehicle manufacturer employees  

Based on the success of a sell-out 2015 conference, Automotive Megatrends is delighted to be back in Michigan for 2016 with a bigger, better event focusing on fuel economy.

Fuel Economy Detroit brings together the stakeholders tasked with creating the fuel-efficient cars of tomorrow. Great speakers, cutting-edge topics and fantastic networking opportunities will make it an unmissable event.

http://fueleconomydetroit.com

Opening panel discussion featuring:

  • Kevin Green, Chief - CAFE Program Office, Department of Transportation
  • Chris Nevers, Director of Climate Change and Fuel Economy, Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
  • Michael Olechiw, Director - Light-duty Vehicle and Small Engine Center, Environment Protection Agency
  • Matthew J. Zaluzec, Senior Technical Advisor, Ford Motor Company

Followed by presentations from:

  • Ales Alajbegovic, Vice President, Exa
  • Kiran Govindswamy, Business Unit Director: Powertrain, Vehicle Engineering, and NVH, FEV
  • Bill Burnham, Business Development Manager, DSM
  • Martin Richter, Vice President - Vehicle Systems, IAV Automotive
  • John German, Senior Fellow, International Council for Clean Transportation
  • David Johnson, President & CEO, Achates Power
  • Selamawit Belli, NA Structural Adhesives Field Marketing Manager, Dow Automotive Solutions
  • Geoff Duff, Gasoline Engineering Manager for the Americas, Honeywell Transportation Systems
  • Tad Machrowicz, Vice President of Automotive Engineering, NanoSteel
  • Jeff Zuraski, Director of Future Engineering, Nexteer Automotive
  • Charles Shappell, Chief Engineer NVH Simulation, Faurecia

Event sponsors: DSM, Exa and FEV

Knowledge Partners: Automotive World, Center for Automotive Research, Ducker Worldwide, Frost & Sullivan and Navigant

For more information and to obtain tickets for this unique conference, please go to: http://fueleconomydetroit.com

Note: Automotive World site license holders and employees of vehicle manufacturers are eligible for FREE TICKETS to this conference. 

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