Speakers

Kevin Bailey Kevin Bailey

Kevin Bailey currently serves as the Manager of Engine Engineering in China for John Deere Power Systems. He has been with John Deere for 33 years, during which time he has held various positions in diesel engine design, development, marketing and application.


Dr. Thomas Briggs Dr. Thomas Briggs

Dr. Thomas Briggs is a Principal Engineer at Southwest Research Institute in the Advanced Combustion and Emissions Section. His present work is focused on developing combustion system technologies to enable high-efficiency SI engines that provide significant real-world fuel economy gains. These technologies include the application of cooled EGR and advanced boosting systems, and also involve the study of abnormal combustion phenomena that limit the performance of modern boosted gasoline engines. Prior to joining SwRI, Dr. Briggs was a member of the technical staff at Oak Ridge National Laboratory's Fuels, Engines, and Emissions Research Center. While there, he led the development of a waste heat recovery system for light-duty applications. He was also the principal investigator on a project to implement advanced CI combustion system technology to a modern light duty diesel engine. Dr. Briggs has also previously worked for Caterpillar, Inc. where he was active in developing and using computational tools for engine simulation. Dr. Briggs is active in SAE as an organizer for several technical sessions and as an associate editor for the International Journal of Engines.


Paul Chambon Paul Chambon

Paul Chambon is a research engineer with the Energy and Transportation Science division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). He received a diplome d'Ingenieur (M.S. equivalent) in Electrical Engineering from the Grenoble Institute of Technology, France, in 1997, and completed a one-year specialization course in Control Engineering at Imperial College, London, U.K. in 1997. Paul worked for 10 years as a Senior Control engineer at Ricardo both in England and the U.S. . He subsequently worked for 2 years at AVL before joining Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Paul's expertise is in advanced powertrain controls, having developed many control systems for various technology demonstrators in the fields of gasoline and diesel engines, hybrid powertrains and active drivelines. Since joining ORNL, Paul has focused on hybrid powertrain research. Through the years and variety of applications, Paul has gained significant experience with simulation tools, control techniques, Hardware-In-the-Loop and rapid prototyping controllers to demonstrate advanced technologies on powertrain test cells as well as actual vehicles.


Long (Michael) He

He is Vice President of BYD in charge of lithium battery and new energy development. He was elected General Manager of Division 2 in May of 2004 and started in 1999 as the Research Leader, Quality Manager, and Quality Director of the IT Unit. Mr. He has a BS, a Bachelor of Law, and a Master of Science in Radiation Chemistry. BYD is principally engaged in the research, development, manufacture and distribution of automobiles, secondary rechargeable batteries and mobile phone components.


Fengchun Sun Sun Fengchun

Sun Fengchun holds a PhD jointly conferred by Beijing Institute of Technology and Technical University of Berlin. He is professor, vice president of Beijing Institute of Technology, director of the National Engineering Laboratory for Electric Vehicles,one of the first "Cheung Kong Scholars" sponsored by China's Ministry of Education, chairman of the panel of experts on the New Energy Economy and New Energy Vehicle Project supported by the National "863" Program, chief expert of the 2008 Beijing High-tech Olympics Electric Vehicle Project, chief expert of the Beijing New Energy Plan.

Professor Sun's major research interests include pure EV power train system, hybrid EV power train, electric bus systems integration, EV infrastructure and charging system, establishment of EV technical specifications and testing standards.

As the head of the R&D team in the National Engineering Laboratory for Electric Vehicles at Beijing Institute of Technology, Professor Sun has been in charge of the development of overall EV design theory and systems integration technology, EV charging station technology, battery packing application technology, motor drive system control and testing technology, and EV operation monitor and control technology.

The academic achievement awards Professor Sun has won include two National Awards for Innovations in Science and Technology, one National Award for Progress in Science and Technology, the Ho Leung Ho Lee Prize for Scientific and Technological Innovation, one Higher Education Achievement Award, the GM China Science and Technology Achievement Award, China Patent Award, Scientific and Technological Talented Personnel Award in Automotive Industry of China.

Professor Sun has also won many honorary titles such as National Model Teacher, Excellent Intellectual of China, etc. He has applied for more than 60 patents, published 6 monographs and over 200 academic papers.


Troy A. Hayes Troy A. Hayes

Troy A. Hayes is a Principal Engineer in Exponent's Materials and Corrosion practice. He is currently the General Manager of Exponent Science and Technology Consulting (Hangzhou) Co. (Exponent China), which is a subsidiary of Exponent Inc. Dr. Hayes has extensive experience solving complex technical problems in a variety of industries including consumer products, medical devices, vehicles, industrial equipment, and technology product development. He conducts technology due diligence reviews of emerging technologies and intellectual property (IP) for investment firms, IP owners, and companies interested in purchasing IP or the associated products.


Damien Guillaud Damien Guillaud

VALEO Engine Management System Responsibilities: In charge of EMS activities' development in China Education: Engineering School Arts et Metiers ParisTech.


Zhen Huang Zhen Huang

Zhen Huang is the Cheung Kong Chair Professor of Ministry of Education, Vice President of Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) and Dean of Energy Research Institute. Dr. Huang joined Shanghai Jiao Tong University in December 1988 after obtaining a Ph.D. in Engineering from the university and was promoted as professor in Dec. 1994. His current research includes engine combustion and alternative fuel and vehicle, energy policy and stratagem. In recent years, he and his group carried out research work on fuel design and HCCI combustion, alternative fuel for transportation, including DME, natural gas, GTL and biodiesel, and developed first DME and LNG city buses in China. He has published more than two hundred and fifty papers and obtained twenty-five national invention patents.


Gao Junkui Gao Junkui

Gao Junkui is the Executive Vice President, Vice Dean of Lishen Research Institute, and Director of Fundamental R&D Center of the Tianjin Lishen Battery Joint-Stock Co.,Ltd. He has been in Lithium battery research field for more than twenty years, and he has abundant experience in Lithium battery field from R&D to mass production. He has been in charge of the projects of National Mobile Communication Production, the projects of Industrializing New-Type Electron Component for National Planning Commission, the National High Technology Research and Development Program 863 for EV and many related projects to obtain a lot achievement. He also focuses on the fundamental development of LIB and the relative materials, the development of LIB models, the safety of LIB and the nationalization of battery materials. He has got more than 30 patents.


Jeff Lewis Jeff Lewis

Jeff Lewis is currently the Director of Business Development at AVL in Graz, Austria. After finishing his degree in Mechanical Engineering, at the University of Edinburgh, he started working for Jaguar Cars Ltd., in England, in the area of transmissions and drivelines, gaining a lot of experience in transmission controls and calibration. He later moved to AVL List GmbH in 2003 and has since successfully built up the area of transmission calibration and controls. In 2010, was named Manager for Passenger Car and Light Duty transmissions, focusing on Transmission Design.


Jianqiu Li Jianqiu Li

Jianqiu Li is a Professor in the Department of Automotive Engineering at Tsinghua University. His current research focus is on Electronic Control of Automotive Powertrain Systems. In recent years, he has also worked on network based control system in automotive engineering, battery management system designs, four wheel-motor based micro-electric vehicle control, and electronic gasoline engine control systems. Dr. Li obtained a BS in Internal Combustion Engine and Automatic Control Engineering and later earned his Ph.D degree, both from Tsinghua University.


Harry Li Harry Li

I have 7 years' experience on calorimeter technology on battery and 3 years sales experience, I am a master with material background, this year I am 31 years old.


Stephen M. Lipka

Stephen M. Lipka is an adjunct faculty member at the University of Kentucky, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Center for Applied Energy. His areas of responsibility include: Synthesis & characterization of energy conversion materials as applied to secondary & primary batteries, fuel cells & electrochemical double layer capacitors; advance carbon materials, electrodeposition of metals & alloys; environmental degradation of composite materials; carbon electrochemistry and materials synthesis for electrochemical power sources.


Sean Milloy Sean Milloy

Sean Milloy joined Cummins, Inc. in 1981. In his 28 years at Cummins, Sean has led in the development of a number of global platforms working interactively with customers and partners in the USA, Brazil, Europe, China, Japan and India. As Engine Business Chief Technical Officer, Sean is responsible for product and technology planning and global engineering activities within Cummins Engine Business. Sean integrates activities within engineering centers, manufacturing and testing facilities worldwide in order to develop high efficiency, clean diesel and natural gas engines for global use in automotive, industrial, marine and power generation markets. Cummins currently offers diesel and natural gas engines from 35 to 3500 Hp.


Mingfa Yao Mingfa Yao

Prof. Mingfa Yao got his Ph.D degree in 1999 from Tianjin University. After graduated, he has been working in State Key Laboratory of Engines, Tianjin University. His research interests include Engine Combustion, Pollutant Emission Control, Alternative Fuels and Combustion Simulation. More than 60 papers have been published in international journals and international conference. He got National Outstanding Young Scholarship Award in 2011. Now, he is a professor & Director of State Key Laboratory of Engines, Tianjin University.

Abstract

Internal Combustion Engine is facing the greatest challenge in all its history, having to comply with sustainability requirements aimed at improving fuel economic efficiency, decreasing the greenhouse gases emissions while achieving the increasingly stringent emission regulations. For all possible approaches, combustion technology is the most effective way to meet this challenge. This presentation reviews the progress of the new combustion technology with high efficiency and low emission. Then, a new combustion technology which is reactivity and inhomogeneity controlled compression ignition (R&ICCI) is proposed.


Joo Michael Michael Joo

Abstract

The combustion concept generally referred to as "HEDGE" involves using a high energy ignition system to promote EGR tolerance in gasoline engines. By increasing the EGR tolerance of the engine, the HEDGE concept reduces knock and allows engine operation at high specific power levels and high compression ratios. In addition, some benefits from an improvement in the ratio of specific heats and a reduction in pumping and heat losses due to the dilution effect are realized.

HEDGE is also the name of a consortium that SwRI has managed investigating on the combustion concept since 2004. In the consortium, various challenges associated with the combustion concept had been identified and addressed. In this presentation, the details of the HEDGE concept, the major challenges, the way to overcome the challenges, the highlights of the achievement and the future research direction will be discussed.


O�Connell, Tim Tim O'Connell

Tim O'Connell has worked for Johnson Matthey for 9 years in Research and Development of Aftertreatment Catalysts. Tim has worked on the development of catalysts for Gasoline Vehicles and on the development of catalysts for Heavy Duty Diesel Vehicles in JM's European Technology Centre in Royston. Tim now works for JM in China managing the JM Technical Team for Heavy Duty Diesel Aftertreatment products for the China market.

Emission Control Catalysts for Current and Future Legislation

This presentation will discuss the development of aftertreatment catalysts to meet both existing and future global legislation standards. This presentation will discuss aftertreatment catalysts to meet light duty gasoline, light duty diesel and heavy duty diesel legislation.


Chen, Rui Rui Chen

Rui Chen is a Professor of Low Carbon Power Engineering, a Research Coordinator and the Department Head of Low Carbon Technology Research Group at Loughborough University in the UK. His research interests and activities include: Thermo sciences th Combustion chemical kinetics and homogeneous charge compression ignition combustion and Fast aircraft environment control system analysis and system engineering; Electrochemistry: Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel cell (PEMFC) modelling, 1D, Lattice-Boltzmann, CFD; Electric Impedance Spectrum (EIS) diagnostics; Fuels: Compact hydrogen storage using sodium borohydride; Alternative fuels: natural gas, bio-diesel, methanol and ethanol; Hybrid: Zero constraint free piston energy converter and Real-world duty cycle for hybrid powertrain optimisation.


Masatoshi Shimoda Masatoshi Shimoda

Masatoshi Shimoda is an Adviser at the Technical Research Center of Hino Motors. He was named a fellow of JSAE (the Japanese Society of Automotive Engineers) in 2009. He has been managing the affairs of the Engine Research Lab, Vehicle Research Lab, overseeing the areas of inductive power for hybrid buses, driver monitor systems, pre-crush safety systems, vehicle safety control, and engine calibration. Dr. Shimoda received his PhD in Combustion Analysis of DI Diesel Engine from Keio University.


Heimo Schreier Heimo Schreier
Product Manager
AVL GmbH

Mr. Heimo Schreier is the Product Manager for Commercial Powertrain Systems at AVL. His responsibility is to align the wide range of AVL's technologies and services with the global market demands in the area of commercial vehicles.

He graduated from the Graz Technical University in the area of mechanical engineering, and specialized in combustion engine development. After his graduation he joined AVL in 2001.

Mr. Schreier has a vast experience in the development of powertrains for Commercial Vehicles. In his career he progressed from being a development engineer in the area of engines and exhaust aftertreatment systems to project and program management of large series production programs for global OEMs. In this function he was also responsible for major engine developments for the Indian commercial vehicle market.


Shijin SHUAI Shijin SHUAI

Shijin SHUAI Professor in State Key Laboratory of Automotive Safety and Energy, and Department of Automotive Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
1995~1998, Ph.D study, Department of Power Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 1998.
1998~2000, Postdoctor, Department of Automotive Engineering, Tsinghua University.
2000~2006, Associate Professor, Department of Automotive Engineering, Tsinghua University.
2006~now, Professor, Department of Automotive Engineering, Tsinghua University.
2001~2002, Visiting Scholar, Aachen University, Germany.
2007~2008, Visiting Scholar, University of Wisconsin, Madison, USA.
Research Interests: Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flow, Spray and Combustion of ICEs; Laser-based Spray and Combustion Diagnostics for ICEs; Alternative Fuels (Ethanol, Methanol, Biodiesel, BTL, etc); Aftertreatment (TWC, NOx-SCR, DPF, etc).
Awards: China Environmental Protection Technology Progress Second Class Award, 2008; Beijing Technology Progress Second Class Award, 2007.
Patents: authorized 5 invention patents.
Publications: more than 100 technical papers published in journals or magazines or international conferences.

Abstract

The formation of urea deposit in the SCR system leads the reduction of NOx conversion efficiency and catalyst lifetime. In order to investigate the formation of urea deposit at exhaust inner pipe, the weight of urea deposit and NH3 which are decomposition products of urea were measured and analyzed under different conditions. CFD model of urea spray impingement coupled with spray injection, droplet atomization, evaporation and gas flow was established for airless injection system and validated by experiments. The experimental and numerical results are valuable for reduction of urea deposit, increase of NOx conversation efficiency and extension of catalyst lifetime.


Masatoshi Shimoda Masatoshi Shimoda

Masatoshi Shimoda is an Adviser at the Technical Research Center of Hino Motors. He was named a fellow of JSAE (the Japanese Society of Automotive Engineers) in 2009. He has been managing the affairs of the Engine Research Lab, Vehicle Research Lab, overseeing the areas of inductive power for hybrid buses, driver monitor systems, pre-crush safety systems, vehicle safety control, and engine calibration. Dr. Shimoda received his PhD in Combustion Analysis of DI Diesel Engine from Keio University.


Shih-Che Tseng Shih-Che Tseng

Shih-Che Tseng 9 years work experience in Automotive electronics area, focus on model-base development, production code generation and hardware in the loop testing technology. work as product manager at dSPACE China.

Abstract

The topic of this speech is Demonstrates processes, methods, and tools to be used for development of safety-related software according to ISO 26262 with TargetLink.


Tinghong Tao Tinghong Tao

Tinghong Tao is Director, regional technology in Asia for Corning Environmental Technologies, Corning Incorporated, since August of 2007. In this role, he is responsible for new products, new applications, advanced technology in emission and power-train, and product roadmap/strategy, government and university relationship in Asia (Japan, Korea, China, and India) for both automotive and diesel (light duty and heavy duty). He held multiple technical and managerial positions at Corning Incorporated since 1995, including senior scientist in material research department, a technical leader/manager in environmental technology product development department, program manager for DPF product development and commercialization for US 2007 applications. He is a well-known expert in both gasoline and diesel automotive emission control technologies. He has been also instrumental in developing filter material compositions, process, and performance and its evaluation tools, and also catalyst coating and filter material interaction fundamentals.


Christopher Thomas Christopher P. Thomas

Christopher P. Thomas is the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer for BorgWarner Inc. Chris joined BorgWarner in 2010 as Vice President, Advanced Engineering, Engine Group. In February 2012, he also became the Vice President of Advanced Engineering, Drivetrain Group. In addition to being the Chief Technology Officer, Chris leads the Global Powertrain Systems Group in Auburn Hills, Michigan, Ithaca, New York, Asheville, North Carolina, and Ludwigsburg, Germany.

Before joining BorgWarner Inc., Chris worked at Chrysler Group LLC as the Head of International Industrial Strategy. He had been with Chrysler since 1990 holding various positions of increasing responsibility, including Global Program Manager Phoenix Engine Group and Manager, Advanced Engine Engineering.

Chris holds over 24 patents in engine design and engine control algorithms in both the US and Europe. He was the recipient of the Walter P. Chrysler Award for patent of the year in 1995 and SAE's Forest R. McFarland award in 2002. He has also co-authored several publications, spoken on panels, and is a Fellow - Society of Automotive Engineers.

He holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, Manchester, England. Christopher is married with one daughter.


Robert Wagner Robert Wagner

Robert Wagner is the Director of the Fuels Engines and Emissions Research Center, a Distinguished Member of the technical staff, and serves as the technical lead for engine combustion and efficiency research at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. His responsibilities include providing technical direction and leadership to a diverse research portfolio for addressing evolving efficiency and emissions challenges in the transportation sector in support of the DOE Office of Vehicle Technologies. He has been principal investigator on numerous DOE and industry funded activities related to combustion, engine controls, thermodynamics, and thermal energy recovery for conventional and bio-renewable fuel applications. Robert is a member of several government/industry technical teams to provide guidance to DOE in establishing and meeting near- and long-term efficiency goals. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the DOE U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center on Clean Vehicles, the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Engine Research and has more than 70 technical publications.


Xiaolu Guo Xiaolu Guo

Xiaolu Guo is the Director of System and Electronic Control Unit Development at the UAES Technical Center. United Automotive Electronic Systems (UAES) Technical Center, which is a joint venture between Robert Bosch GmbH and China Zhonglian Automotive Electronics Co. Ltd. Dr. Guo received his doctorate from Tong Ji University in Shanghai in Machinery Design and Theory.


Jeff Xu Jeff Xu

Jeff Xu received MS in chemistry and MBA in management of technology from Simon Fraser University, Canada in 1999 and 2001. He also received MS in analytical chemistry at Xiamen University in 1989. He joined Southwest Research Institute as a principal scientist to assist electric vehicle development program consisting of battery testing activities and internal research program. He is a member of Society of Automotive Engineering (SAE) and American Chemical Society (ACS).


Zhengming (John) Zhang Zhengming (John) Zhang

Zhengming (John) Zhang is CTO and VP - Celgard LLC; Chairman, IEEE Cell Sub-Group (P1625); Honor of "John ZHANG Energy Prize", Univ. NCC; Chairman and Organizer of Lithium Battery International Summit (www.LBIS.net); Member of UL Expert Committee; Honorary Professor, Tsinghua Univ. and Xiamen Univ. Industry Advisory Board Member of U. of South Carolina and Former Lecturer and STAR Lecturer of Science (United Nations, UNDP). Via IEEE, leads and helps the establishment of Li-ion industry standards (P1625, P1725 and CTIA). He chaired (and/or organized) more than 40 international conferences and delivered more than 40 invited plenary (or keynote) speeches at various international conferences. He also published in Li-ion battery and energy storage fields. He has more than 100 patents, papers and presentations, including some of the most cited papers in the field and 2 chapters for Encyclopedia in 2011 - "Li-ion battery" and "Separators for batteries", and is co-editor of a Lithium battery book.


Du, Xi Du Xi

Richard Du (Du Xi - in Chinese) is the emerging markets business director of Infineon Technologies Automotive Powertrain and Safety locating in China. He received his master degree from Nankai University in micro-electronics and solid physics then the EMBA degree from Renmin University of China. He has 9 years of working experience in supply chain of the semiconductor industry in China. Then he started his automotive industrial career from year 2002 with around 10 years experience in automotive industry on EMS system development, program management and business development in China and Asia. With his experience and broad interactions with different OEMs and Tier 1s, both international and local, he has had a deeper understanding of China automotive industry, markets and technology trend from the different applications. He and his team are now working with the emerging markets customers on the powertrain system optimization to identify a best-to-fit technology road map to support the emerging markets automotive industrial growth.


Chengwe Xiao
Tianjin Institute of Power Sources

Member of expert panel for 11th five-year plan 863 (Hi-tech) Plan Alternative Fuel Vehicles Program guided and supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology (responsible expert for power battery R&D), member of expert committee for new energy vehicle market entry regulation led by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, team leader responsible for Chinese national and sectoral standardization of power battery, as well as consultancy expert for Chinese local governments and large state-owned enterprises for power battery R&D and strategy planning.

Project leader of national lab of chemical and physical power sources, affiliate of Tianjin Institute of Power Sources.


Yin Zheng Yin Zheng

Bachelor of Internal combustion Engine Engineering, BeijingTsingHua University
Master of Power and Energy Engineering, Shanghai Jiaotong University
Ten years worked in Product Engineering Division, Shanghai Volkswagen, as a senior product engineer, for engine components design and development.
Six years worked in Eaton vehicle group, as engineering manager for supercharger, which responsible for local OEMs support and application engineering.
The talk will introduce what Eaton supercharger's value to support the diesel engine to improve performance, fuel economy, and emission. We will share the information that Eaton has done the test or simulation data with engineering partners like SWRI, AVL, FEV.