Dr Wolfgang Bernhart, Partner, Roland Berger, has been confirmed as a moderator in the Powertrain Innovation stream at Automotive Megatrends USA 2015, which takes place on March 17th, 2015.
Bernhart is a Partner at the Stuttgart office’s Automotive Competence Center. He studied production engineering at the University of Karlsruhe and in 1993 he completed a Ph.D. at the Institute for Machine Tools and Operations Technology, also in Karlsruhe. After working as a Project Manager for Diebold Deutschland, Wolfgang joined a large American consultancy in 1996, where he became Associate Director in 1999 and Co-Head of the Automotive Practice in 2001.
In 2002, he joined COVISINT Europe as Key Account Director for DaimlerChrysler. He returned to his former employer in the consulting business in 2003, where he was Director and Head of the Automotive Practice before he left. Bernhart has carried out numerous strategy projects as a consultant, working in particular to boost growth and improve efficiency for firms in the automotive and supply trade.
Organised by Automotive World, Megatrends USA ’15 is a one-day, three stream conference focusing on Powertrain Innovation, the Connected Car, and Retail (R)evolution.
Dr Bernhart will be moderating the first session of Stream 1: Powertrain Innovation, which will focus on the key breakthroughs in light vehicle powertrain technology that will lead to greater fuel economy and emissions reduction. Topics will include OEM and supplier strategy, emission standards, engine downsizing, lubricants, lightweighting, electrification and alternative fuels.
To register for this event, please go to http://automotivemegatrendsusa.com/
For further details on this event, please contact the event manager, Amanda James: email@example.com / +44(0) 2921 287 115
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