October 16-17, 2012
Detroit, Michigan, USA
Cammi Siu, Battery Engineer, Electrification, General Motors Company
Cammi is an advanced propulsion battery engineer at GM and is currently responsible for the design and release of high voltage battery module components for the Chevrolet Volt. Her career began in displays validation which included the Chevrolet Volt reconfigurable instrument panel cluster, a first for GM. She has also worked as a validation and test engineer for high voltage battery packs, developing GM's low voltage electrical validation test plan. Cammi is a lead in the GM JumpStart employee resource group for engaging, developing, and connecting new hire employees. Cammi recently obtained her master's degree in Energy Systems Engineering from the University of Michigan, previously earning her bachelor's in Electrical Engineering from Michigan State University.