As the show grows closer we took the opportunity to talk to speaker Chris Lee, Product Line Director – Electronic Materials from Honeywell. We discussed Chris’ position at Honeywell, the growth of the semiconductor industry and presenting at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Tech Conference.
In June this year, car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz announced that it will introduce 48V mild-hybrid battery technology across its prestigious S-Class range in the next few years. The German giant is the latest in a long list of manufacturers keen to embrace 48V systems, with the mild-hybrid market set to grow to more than $250bn by 2031.
The Battery Show Conference opens up with the Leaders Debate keynote session, setting the scene for the broader conference. As The Battery Show Conference speakers prepare their presentations for next month, we spoke to speakers Paul Albertus from Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) and James Greenburger from NAATBatt International about the energy storage challenges facing North America.
In this spotlight our Conferences Director Mindy Emsley caught up with BorgWarner’s Joel Maguire, they discus Joel's role within BorgWarner, the challenges facing complete electrification of commercial vehicles, and his predictions for the future of the EV industry.
As The Battery Show Conference speakers prepare their presentations for next month, we gain an insight into the growing trends in battery manufacturing ahead of the Track 4 panel featuring P3 North America, CATL, 24M, BMZ and Siemens AG.
In the first of the 2016 speaker spotlight interviews, Conference Director Mindy Emsley caught up with Gregory Peterson of Lotus Engineering ahead of his talk at the The Battery Show Conference. Light-weighting, reducing cost and selecting materials are just three of the issues discussed during the quick-fire interview.
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.
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.