Automotive Energy Storage Systems 2020
INCLUDING HIGH VOLTAGE TRACTION BATTERY HOUSINGS
Date: March 4 and 5, 2020
Venue: The Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel. 21111 Haggerty Rd., Novi, MI 48375
The ITB Group’s 21st annual technical conference focused on the latest developments and innovations in automotive fuel system components including tanks, pump modules, fuel lines and vapor control systems is currently being organized. Developments for SCR and water injection systems will also be covered. Innovations in associated materials and trends in biofuels, natural gas and hydrogen will be highlighted. For the first time at this annual conference, a devoted session to developments in high voltage traction battery housings.
Interested to gain exposure to 350+ global engineers, managers, directors and C-suite executives and procure business development leads? Do you have a new technologies and components to showcase? Need to be kept abreast of the latest industry trends and developments? Plan now to become part of the program agenda and support our leading event as a presenter, sponsor and/or exhibitor.
For questions or to reserve your space and confirm your participation at the conference, please contact Mr. Bryan Eldredge, Program Manager, The ITB Group.
Tel: +1 (248) 380-6310 • Email: email@example.com
Note: ITB will photograph the conference for promotional purposes. By participating in the conference you grant ITB permission to use your likeness in any/all conference related promotions.
CONFERENCE AGENDA - Forthcoming
Dr. Joel Kopinsky
Managing Director & Co-founder - The ITB Group
Dr. Kopinsky (Ph.D. Chemical Engineering and MBA) is responsible for The ITB Group’s consulting assignments in energy storage, vehicle emissions, plastic engine parts and glazing systems. Over the past 25 years he has completed a variety of strategic and technical feasibility consulting projects for leading suppliers, OEMs and investment banks in North America, Europe and Asia. In addition, he has completed numerous multiclient reports concerned with energy storage, glazing and powertrain technologies. In the 1980’s, Dr. Kopinsky worked at the General Motors Research Labs followed by the completion of his MBA at Columbia University. On the side, Dr. Kopinsky is an avid clarinetist and long-haul hiker.