Developments in Thermal Management and Plastic Powertrain Components 2020
DEVELOPMENT, TECHNOLOGIES AND COMPONENTS
New Date: Tuesday, September 22 and Wednesday, September 23, 2020
Venue: The Sheraton Detroit-Novi Hotel, 21111 Haggerty Rd., Novi, Michigan, 48375
The ITB Group is organizing its next 2020 Developments in Thermal Management and Plastic Powertrain Components conference which will focus on thermal management innovations for powertrain and passenger comfort advancements (day 1) and developments for plastic components for both ICE and e-Powertrain systems (day 2). We once again welcome industry leaders into this two-day forum where leading presentations will explore key issues related to systems, components, and materials, development processes and techniques. Participating companies will also have the opportunity to showcase their latest products and innovations in the adjacent exhibit hall and ballroom foyer.
The conference caters to global component and material suppliers, as well OEM leadership with participants finding excellent value in the presentation content, business development opportunities, and face to face discussions with industry experts. Plan now to participate, become part of the program agenda, and join your colleagues for an insightful event to learn more about how these powertrain technologies and the value chain are changing.
Opportunities to give a presentation, sponsor and/or exhibit are available, and we welcome leading companies to take part in our event. Click the links on the right for complete details.
Contact Mr. Bryan Eldredge, Program Manager, The ITB Group if you have any questions.
Tel: +1 (248) 380-6310 • Email: email@example.com
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.