Thermal Management Systems Digital Summit


Introducing the Thermal Management Systems Digital Summit


Watch FREE On-Demand!

The 2020 Thermal Management Systems Digital Summit (TMSS) will provide the same robust technical content as our previous in-person events, easily fit into your work schedule, save you time, and eliminate travel expenses. Plus, there is no fee to register.

More than 35 hours of TMSS Digital Summit on-demand content will be delivered to your office computer, and will include executive panel discussions and keynote presentations from industry leaders around the world.

Listen as they discuss the latest regulatory impacts and applications for:

  • Rapidly changing regulations landscape
  • Technological advances required to achieve fuel economy and emissions mandates
  • Vehicle electrification and rapid expansion of sustainable mobility applications
  • Increasing focus on fuel economy and emissions reduction
  • Paradigm shifts in climate control systems and impact on vehicle thermal management
  • Delivering thermal comfort and occupant safety with low energy consumption
  • Vehicle system design interactions

Meet Our Keynote Speakers

Marty Jagoda IV

Global Head of Program Management for Advanced Technology Development, FCA US LLC

Keynote Presentation: Automotive Industry Trends & Challenges

The speaker will cover key trends and engineering challenges associated with Greenhouse Gas, Electrification, Autonomous Driving and Connectivity.

About the Keynote

Marty Jagoda is currently the Global Head of Program Management for Advanced Technology Development at FCA US; leading a team that is responsible for managing innovation and advanced programs from initial concept, technology maturation and ultimately coupled to a production program; across all technical domains. Marty is also responsible for management of the product development technical long-range plan.

Marty has over 17 years of automotive industry experience in multiple domains including powertrain and vehicle engineering product development in both niche and mainstream space, product planning, strategy, and competitive intelligence. Marty has led teams responsible for several exciting products such as the return of the 392 HEMI® V8 and introduction of the Charger SRT Hellcat® engine. Most recently, Marty was responsible for North America Propulsion Planning and Global Strategy, helping lead FCA US into the future.

Steve Clarke

Chief Technology Officer and Vice President, Hanon Systems

Keynote Presentation: The Automotive Thermal Challenges and Solutions

This presentation will focus on the changing automotive market, and relevance to vehicle thermal systems and components with focus on eMobility.  An overview of Hanon Systems and select EV related thermal solutions will be shared.

About the Keynote

Steve Clarke is chief technology officer and vice president of Hanon Systems, a role he has operated in since September 2018. He is based in Daejeon, Korea, and leads all global engineering and research and development activities for Hanon Systems. This includes technology strategy, advanaced product development, and forward program engineering. He has more than 38 years of extensive engineering leadership experience in the automotive industry; 17 years of which have been based in Asia.

Prior to joining Hanon Systems, he was chief technology officer at Korea Delphi Automotive (erae automotive), a Tier 1 automotive supplier of thermal, chassis, electronics, powertrain and steering solutions.

Clarke worked at General Motors for 33 years, a career leading to the vice president of vehicle engineering, international operations (GMIO), based in Shanghai, China and Seoul, Korea. In this role, he led all vehicle engineering and major engineering centers in nine countries, and global small car engineering. Prior to his appointment as GM international vice president, he held roles as vice president of GM Korea engineering; managing director of GM Korea vehicle engineering; and GM North America engineering director for induction, controls and exhaust. 

During the first 20 years of his career, he held a number of powertrain cooling, HVAC thermal and aerodynamic engineering assignments with increasing responsibility including testing and development; design and release; and advanced technology development. He began his career in 1981 at the General Motors Technical Center, Chevrolet Motor Division, in Warren, Mich., as an engine cooling test engineer.

Clarke holds a bachelor of science degree in automotive engineering from Western Michigan University and master’s of science degree in manufacturing management from Kettering University (GMI) in Flint, Mich.

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