Tradeshows & Conferences
SIA POWERTRAIN 2023
POWERTRAIN SOLUTIONS FOR URBAN AND REGIONAL MOBILITY FOR PASSENGER CARS AND COMMERCIAL VEHICLES
The automotive industry is undergoing an unprecedented transformation due to the energy transition and its impact on society. Powertrain technologies are nowadays key to support this transformation while responding to the evolution of mobility needs.
To be successfully implemented, powertrain technologies must be embedded in the ecosystem formed by the production and distribution of electricity and future fuels. In addition to the energy aspects, the resource depletion issue must be addressed as early as the design stage.
The introduction of new technologies in the automotive context has triggered a profound transformation of the industry’s value chain, leading to numerous collective ventures and collaborative projects supported by public authorities.
The 35th SIA POWERTRAIN conference will address the full spectrum of electric and hybrid drivetrain technologies with special focus on urban and regional mobility for passenger cars and commercial vehicles.
The program is structured around 5 themes:
- Low carbon automotive propulsion systems
- Electric machines & power electronics
- Batteries & systems
- Eco-design solutions for circular economy
- New mobility ecosystem including energy supply
Yole Group is part of it with:
Senior Technology and Market Analyst
Wednesday, June 14
Session: ELECTRIC MACHINES & POWER ELECTRONICS – ELECTRIC DRIVETRAIN
12pm: Powertrain design and supply chain strategies for achieving affordable BEVs (battery electric vehicles)
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).