Tradeshows & Conferences
CTI SYMPOSIUM USA 2023
Carbon Neutral, Automotive Drivetrains & Infrastructure
CO2 reduction is critical for automotive drivetrain. Here the battery electric drive using renewable energy is the focus. What can we do to increase efficiency and reliability, reduce cost and at the same time reduce the upstream CO2?
At CTI SYMPOSIUM the automotive industry discusses the challenges it faces and promising strategies. Latest solutions in the fields of electric drives, power electronics, battery systems, e-machines as well as the manufacturing of these components and supply chain improvements are presented. For the bigger picture market and consumer research results as well as infrastructure related topics supplement the exchange of expertise.
CTI SYMPOSIA drive the progress in individual and commercial automotive transportation. Manufacturer, suppliers and institutions are showing how to master the demanding challenges.
Yole Group will be part of the program with:
Senior Technology and Market Analyst – EV/HEV & Power Electronics
Yole Intelligence part of Yole Group
May, Thursday 25
02:00pm: The Invasion of Consumer Electronics Players: New OEMs
Strategies and the Impacts on the Powertrain Supply Chain
03:40pm: Technology Roadmap of Si IGBT and SiC MOSFET Modules
for Main Inverter Applications
Yu Yang, PhD
Principal Analyst, Automotive Semiconductors
Yu Yang, PhD is Principal Analyst, Automotive Semiconductors at Yole Group.
Based in Belgium, he is engaged in the development of technology and market products, dedicated to mobility electrification, and especially automotive industry. Yu is deeply engaged in coordinating all studies and activities within the automotive industry.
Prior to Yole Group, Yu worked as a business development partner and R&D project leader at Punch Powertrain N.V. (Belgium), R&D project manager at Bekaert N.V. (Belgium), and doctorate researcher at IMEC (Belgium).
Yu Yang holds a PhD in materials engineering from Leuven University (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) in Belgium and a master’s in electrical engineering from Tsinghua University (China).