Program

Executive Panel Session

Theme:
Energy Trend Implications on Fuels and Automobiles Toward 2035
Time & Date:
9:00 – 16:00, Friday, September 4
Room:
TERRSA Hall, 1F West Building

See the timetable. Please click on image below for a large view (Aug 20, 2015 updated).
EPS timetable


Organizers
Moderators
Norimasa Iida
Norimasa IIDA
Faculty of Science and Technology
Department of System Design Engineering
Keio University
Dr. Paul Miles
Dr. Paul MILES
Manager
Engine Combustion Research
Combustion Research Facility
Sandia National Laboratories
Panelists
Thomas McCarthy

Near & Long Term Perspectives on Future Fuels for Future Powertrains

Thomas McCARTHY
Chief Engineer
Powertrain Research and Advanced Engineering
Ford Motor Company
Prof. Roger Francis Cracknell

Fuel Requirements for Advanced IC Engines

Prof. Roger Francis CRACKNELL
Technology Manager - Fuels Science
Retail Fuels Technology Group
Shell Global Solutions
Laurent Thiers

Hydrogen in the Next Energy Mix

Laurent THIERS
Group manager
Advanced Business & Technologies Japan
Engineering Group
Air Liquide Japan
Dr. Heather Hamje

Outlook for Future Fuels and Vehicles: A European Perspective

Dr. Heather HAMJE
Science Executive for Fuels and Emissions
Concawe
Terutoshi Tomoda

Future Direction of Powertrain Development at Toyota

Terutoshi TOMODA
General Manager
Advanced Engine Design & Engineering Division
Unit Center
Toyota Motor Corporation
Shin Endo

Clean and Efficient Powertrain Strategies of Commercial Vehicles

Shin ENDO
Director
Senior Managing Officer
Hino Motors, Ltd.
Dr. Philippe Schulz

Energy Trend Implications on Fuels & Cars toward 2035
A Renault Perspective

Dr. Philippe SCHULZ
Expert Leader – Environment
Energy & Raw Materials
Strategy & Business Development
RENAULT
Kenichiro Saitoh

Future of Automotive Energy Supply

Kenichiro SAITOH
Senior Fellow
Central Technical Research Laboratory
JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation

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