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Powertrain, lightweighting and emissions on the agenda at Fuel Economy Detroit

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 … Continued

  • 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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