With the arrival of new energy, electric vehicle and intelligent networking technology, China - Asia - Pacific automotive industry will accelerate the development of new energy, electric vehicle technology and multi-dimensional lightweight, and apply advanced lightweight materials to achieve the weight reduction of the whole vehicle. This is also the global automotive OEM adjustment of new energy vehicles r & d strategic development and upgrading of the trend. The Chinese government has set standards for auto fuel consumption by 2020, down from 6.9l per 100km in 2015 to 5 liters per 100km. By 2025, the average vehicle weight will fall by 25 %, and new energy vehicles will lose 50 % by 2025. At present, the weight of new energy vehicles is relatively large, and the ratio of energy and specific power is still small. At present, the plastic parts of European and American models account for more than 15 % of the total vehicle weight, and the plastic parts of China only account for 10 % of the total vehicle weight, and China will account for 18 % to 20 % of the total vehicle weight (about 500 kg) by 2025. Automotive new energy, lightweight, intelligent, green manufacturing innovation has become a key issue of the development of new energy vehicles. The key technology research and development of new energy vehicle lightweight manufacturing and vehicle integrated application technology breakthrough requirements are imminent. At present, new energy vehicles have the emerging strategic development priorities of China's national 13th five - year industrial plan. Withand the new deal of new energy automobile industry in China, by 2020, the production capacity of pure electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles is up to 2 million vehicles, and the cumulative production and sales volume exceeds 5 million. The future huge development potential of new energy vehicles, China's independent brand new energy automotive industry development opportunities and challenges coexist. How to explore the innovation of the intelligent, lightweight and electric technology of the next generation of new energy vehicles in China? How to accelerate the development of multi - dimensional lightweight product line in China's new energy vehicles? China - Asia - Pacific new energy vehicle how to cooperate with win - win innovation game?
They have been baptism for decades in the automotive industry and in new materials
They are authoritative, professional, responsible and interesting
They have rich experience in the field of automotive lightweight technology and new energy industry
Dr. Naiyi Li joined Nemak recently and is responsible for the product development in Asia. He has served in automotive industry over 30 years, including Chery Automobile, Foxconn Technology Group, Alcoa in Pittsburgh and Ford Motor Company in Detroit, respectively, on various technical and managerial positions, with major achievements in lightweight materials (magnesium, aluminum, and polymer composites) , product design, manufacturing processing and automotive applications. The typical aluminum lightweighting components implemented by far range from aluminum intensive vehicles such as Chery sedans & SUVs, Audi A-8, GM Corvette C6, Ford F-150, GT and SUVs. During his tenure at Ford, he initiated and conducted various research and product development programs including US Dept of Commerce (DOC) Advanced Technical Partnership program and US Dept of Energy (DOE) USCAR collaborations with major OEMs and automotive tier suppliers. One of his technical achievements brought his team the best technical paper in NADCA 2005 annual meeting. Dr. Naiyi Li, a PhD from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, was enlisted in Who's Who in Science and Engineering, holds six U.S. patents and has published more than 50 journal/conference papers. With his professional achievements and leadership, he was conferred the title of “National Distinguished Expert” from “The Thousand Talents Plan” in China (2015).
· Degree in Material Science in 1997 , Coventry Uni, UK
· Ph.D in Inorganic Chemistry in 2000, Keele University UK.
-CERAM Research, Staffordshire UK. 1997-2000, Project leader for investigation into optimised dispersions of colloidal kaolin.
.-Rhodia Engineering Plastics. Milan, Italy. 2000-2003,
· R&D Project Leader specializing in development of new Flame retardant Polyamide range.
-Solvay Engineering Plastics. Lyon, France. (formely Rhodia Engineering Plastics)
2003-2006: E&E market Global Product Manager.
2006-2008: E&E Market Segment Leader and Regulations manager.
2008-2010: Global Marketing and Business Development manager.
2012 -2015: Global Director EE Market
2015 - 2017: Global Director Automotive Market
Design implement and driving the Automotive strategy for the business.
Manage the top global accounts (Tier 1s) and OEMS worldwide
Nov. 2011–Present Valeo
General Manager–Asia Wiper Operation
Aug. 2011–Oct. 2012 Remy International, Inc.
VP & General Manager Asia Pacific Aug. 2011-Present, Shanghai, PRC
Oct. 2008–July. 2011 Valeo Automotive Transmission System (VATS)
Nanjing Valeo Clutch Company, Ltd (NVCC).
General Manager Oct. 2008-July. 2011, Nanjing, PRC
Feb. 2002–Sept. 2008 Meridian Technologies, Inc. MI, USA
General Manager Sept. 2003-Sept. 2008, Shanghai, PRC
Shanghai Meridian Magnesium Products Co., Ltd., a joint venture with SAIC.
田 亚 梅，现任中国汽车零部件工业公司副总裁，苏州、常州、义乌产业基地总经理，中国汽车零部件塑料发展中心理事长，中国汽车零部件电子电器发展中心理事长，中国汽车零部件联合销售集团理事长。
田 亚 梅女士毕业于武汉工业大学工程管理硕士，在汽车行业工作30多年，先后组织了中国汽车零部件公司旗下的生产企业、合资合作、经销商贸易洽谈交易，全球采购等工作。组织中国汽车零部件塑料发展中心、电子电器发展中心企业的生产、研发、技术改造、技术交流研讨会，技术协作推广先进经验和科技成果，组织企业出国考察进行技术引进、合资合作、工艺装备的更新等。提高企业经济效益，促进相关工业、塑料、模具、设备、及电子技术的开发与应用。通过信息交流、技术服务、专家咨询、培养人才、销售服务等多种形式，对汽车零部件产业进行集聚，建立各地区产业基地促进汽车零部件产业全面发展。通过集承服务，提高公司在行业中的权威性。
In June 2006, Jean-Claude Steinmetz was appointed Solvay Vice President, Automotive and Transportation Markets.
Steinmetz joined Rhodia in 1999 as President of Rhodia’s Engineering Plastics business. Prior to his current role, he was Vice President of Rhodia’s Engineering Plastics and Industrial Yarns Strategic Business Unit.
Until 1999, Steinmetz spent five years with GE Lighting - Europe as a general manager responsible for programs in the United Kingdom and Hungary and as managing director of Lindner/GE Lighting. From 1984-1994, Steinmetz held a range of management posts at GE Plastics - Europe including Manager of Automotive Programs, France and Spain; Marketing Director, and later Commercial Director of GE Structured Products.
Jean-Claude Steinmetz holds both BSc. in Chemical Engineering and MSc. degrees in Industrial Management from the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom.
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