Michael leads the automotive propulsion component research at S&P Global. His focus is on motors and inverters for hybrid and electric vehicles, fuel cell technology as well as traditional automotive technologies such as fuel injectors, turbochargers, emissions legislation and resulting exhaust aftertreatment strategies.
Prior to joining S&P Global, Michael was employed for several years in the automotive industry having previously worked as a powertrain development engineer for a Global OEM and a Systems Integration engineer for leading Tier 1 Supplier. Michael has a 1st Class MEng Mechanical Engineering degree.
Challenges And Trends in FCEVs: Is Hydrogen a Viable Alternative?
Tuesday 23 May 13:10 - 13:40 E- Mobility Stage
Thermal Domain: New Challenges and Opportunity with Electrification
Challenges And Trends in FCEVs: Is Hydrogen a Viable Alternative?E- Mobility Stage Europe/London