This course offers systematic knowledge to engineers in unprecedented details. In particular, it will cover following topics:
These topics are essentially technical know-how rather than new technology, which should help engineers shorten their learning curving in their engineering work since reliability, durability, and good NVH performance are crucial for the success of powertrain products.
By attending this seminar, you will be able to:
This seminar is designed for Product engineers, project engineers, application engineers, design and release engineers in electrified vehicle engineering field who are responsible for Responsible for electrified powertrain system or component products involving integration, research, development, design, testing, simulation and so on.
An undergraduate degree in engineering or a strong technical background is highly recommended. Some basic knowledge about vehicle and powertrain systems is needed.
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.
Yiqing Yuan is currently a professor at the Clean Energy Automotive Engineering Center of Tongji University. Before he joint Tongju, he worked as a professor at the Electric Vehicle R&D Center, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences from 2009 to 2013. During that period of time, he played a leading role in forming Shanghai Zhongke Shenjiang Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd. (i.e. Electric Vehicle R&D Center of Chinese Academy of Sciences, or UCAS) as deputy general manager. From 1999 to 2008, he worked for DaimlerChrysler and Chrysler for over 9 years in the field of automotive powertrain research, development, design, and simulation.
He is honored with such titles as the National Science and Technology Expert of China, the Expert of National Recruitment Program of Global Experts, and the Expert of Hundreds Talents Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the board member of GAEC (Global Automotive Executive Committee). He is a member of SAE, ASME, STLE, ASTM, and DCEA(Detroit Chinese Engineers Association). Previously he served as a member of Shanghai New Energy Automotive and Application Standardization Technical Committee, the General Secretary of DCEA, as well as the board member of the Shanghai Division of NACSAE(North American Chinese Society of Automotive Engineers).
He is the author of over 20 journal and conference technical papers and over 20 patents. He received his doctoral degree from Virginia Tech, his master's degree from Shanghai Institute of Mechanical Engineering (currently University of Shanghai for Science and Technology), and his bachelor degree from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.