Greg Schroeder, Assistant Director and Senior Research Engineer, Center for Automotive Research has been confirmed as a moderator for Fuel Economy Detroit 2016.
Schroeder is an Assistant Director and Senior Research Engineer at the Center for Automotive Research (CAR), where he works in the Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology (MET) Group. He joined CAR in 2008.
Schroeder’s primary focus within MET is opportunities for mass reduction of new automobiles through advanced materials. As part of his focus, he has conducted technology reviews of advanced light weighting technology, investigated the impact of advanced lightweight materials on the automotive workforce, and conducted case studies documenting new applications with advanced materials.
In addition to his primary responsibilities within MET, Schroeder monitors the impact of fuel economy and greenhouse gas regulations for the automotive industry.
Automotive Megatrends conferences are designed to connect and inform the stakeholders who are shaping the automotive industry of tomorrow. Our flagship Detroit-based conference, Automotive Megatrends USA, sold out in 2015, so for 2016 we’re growing it to encompass three, back-to-back, one-day events.
Fuel Economy Detroit will bring together the stakeholders tasked with creating the fuel-efficient cars of tomorrow.
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