SEPTEMBER 15-17, 2015 NOVI, MICHIGAN
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Andy Keates, Principal Engineer, Energy Storage Technology,  Intel Corporation
Andy Keates, Principal Engineer, Energy Storage Technology, Intel Corporation
Andy graduated from the University of Exeter (UK) in 1977. He worked with microprocessor-based industrial instrumentation and electromechanical systems before joining Intel in 1982. Read More | Aug 26, 2015
Jeff Kessen, VP Corporate Strategy, A123 Systems
Jeff Kessen, VP Corporate Strategy, A123 Systems
Jeff works for A123 Systems, where he leads global market strategy for the automotive business. Read More | Aug 20, 2015
Ralph Wise, Director of Special Projects and Systems Development, BASF Corporation
Ralph Wise, Director of Special Projects and Systems Development, BASF Corporation
Ralph is the Director of Special Projects and Systems Development for CCB Battery Materials at BASF Corporation, where he is responsible for the development and commercialization of new materials technology for lithium-ion batteries for the electric vehicle, consumer electronics and energy storage markets. Read More | Aug 13, 2015
Lincoln Miara, Staff Engineer Advanced Materials Lab, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
Lincoln Miara, Staff Engineer Advanced Materials Lab, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
Lincoln has a PhD in Materials Science from Boston University. He has been at Samsung for more than four years working as an engineer focused on research and development of beyond lithium-ion energy storage technologies. Read More | Aug 13, 2015
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