The CWIEME Shanghai seminar programme features a series of free to attend keynotes, technical and market focused sessions. From optimal design performance, to advanced material technology and the demand for ever-greater automation and cost savings, whilst refusing to negotiate on quality or innovation, this year’s programme will explore the multiple pressures as well as opportunities opening up for those in the electric motor, generator and transformer industries Leading experts from across international industry and academia will explore the latest research, innovation and technologies impacting electric machine design and production.
The programme will also feature talks on the latest market forecasts and analysis, providing a fresh perspective on what’s happening now and in the future for the e-motor, transformer and wider manufacturing industries.
From regulatory impacts to changing global trade agreements our analysts will explore how this will affect your business.
As China stakes a pole-position for global EV dominance, CWIEME Shanghai will host its first NEV Focus Series on day 1 of our conference programme.
By 2017 production of new energy vehicle in China was ahead of any other country in the world, with an estimated 43% of all worldwide EV production and more than 330,000 EV cars on the road. Overtaking the US for the first time that same year, China’s bid to transform the automotive industry, utilise the ingenuity of the e-motor and become a world leader for environmental change is well on its way.
In response we will be hosting a series of special sessions exploring how new energy vehicle technology is set to become the dominant reality across global passenger and commercial transportation systems in less than 5 years, with China at the forefront.
Featuring keynote international speaker and expert in Advanced Vehicle Technology, Matthew Doude, Director at the Centre for Advanced Vehicular Systems at Mississipi State University, USA.
Whether you are a design engineer working in EVs, a manufacturing specialist for industrial motors, an operational decision maker in power transformer manufacturing, or an R & D leader in the automotive world you’ll find a session to refresh your knowledge, share your thoughts, meet and network with like-minded professionals.
Associate Director, Center for Advance Vehicular Systems, Mississippi State University, USA
Professor Qinfen Lu
Ph.D., Deputy Director And Secretary General Of Linear Motor Committee, China Electrotechnical Society
Principal Analyst, Power Technology Research
Professor Xiaohua Bao Ph.D.
Director of The Research Institute of Advanced Motor Technology, School of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Hefei University of Technology.