Thank you Katy-Jane on behalf of Dolphin N2 for their
1st to 2nd March 2023
National Motorcycle Museum, Solihull
The Future Propulsion Conference is an annual two day UK event created to bring together industry and academic experts within the powertrain development field.
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The Future Propulsion Conference (FPC2023) is a two day UK event created to bring together industry and academic experts within the propulsion development field. It will open up presentations and discussions on the solutions to the challenges faced by the engineering industry in the UK and internationally over the next ten years.
Hear, learn and understand the latest innovations and developments from experts within the industry.
Meet and engage with current and future experts within the propulsion development field.
Pioneering ideas, designs and technologies from organisations and academia.
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Deputy Director - Land Transport, Manufacturing and Materials @ Innovate UK
Working with various government partners he and his team deliver 100s of millions of pounds of funding and support to businesses working on innovation in manufacturing, materials, rail, maritime, connected transport, zero emission vehicles and connected & autonomous vehicle.
Prior to joining Innovate UK Paul worked at Horiba-MIRA, and at Caterpillar focused on developing a diesel engine for off highway vehicles.
Technical Marketing Director @ Johnson Matthey
Andy is Johnson Matthey’s Technical Marketing Director; within this role he analyses and assesses the regulatory, market and technology drivers for the clean energy transition. As part of this, he looks at the implications of the transition across the transport, chemical, industrial, heating and power sectors, including the way it will drive the use of clean hydrogen as a key enabler.
One of his main focuses is the evolution of the automotive powertrain towards electrification, covering the future roles of internal combustion engines and battery and fuel cell electric vehicles.
Andy is the author/co-author of over 80 publications, and in 2011 he was elected SAE Fellow.
Head of Research & Advanced Engineering @ Rimac Technology
Dr Wasim Sarwar Dilov is Head of Research & Advanced Engineering at Rimac Technology, and is focused on creating industry leading powertrain technology for the high performance automotive segment. He has worked in pioneering electrification technology for the past decade, in the automotive, motorsport, e-VTOL and commercial vehicle segments. He completed his PhD in Electrochemical Engineering at Imperial College London and has held senior roles in Jaguar Land Rover and Williams Advanced Engineering.
Vice President of Advanced Technologies and Innovations @ CNH Industrial
Selin Aria Tur is a MSc. degree electrical engineer working for CNH Industrial as their Vice President of Advanced Technologies and Innovations. She has spent over 20 years of her professional career in developing electric/electrified vehicle powertrains, components and systems for passenger and motorsport racing cars including Formula 1 and Formula E working for Williams Advanced Engineering, Mercedes HPP and AVL. Moving into commercial vehicle segment in 2018, her focus has been electrification of on-highway and off-highway vehicles for the first few years. In her current role, she leads overall technology development teams working on agricultural and construction vehicles.
Best value for money conference I have ever attended; an excellent mix of relevant subjects covered and at the right technical level.
All the right people for successful networking, interesting session topics and a good range of technology on display at the exhibition.
Found it good experience to attend the conference, exchanging knowledge, making contacts and seeing what major companies in the area are currently working on.
We bring together industry and academic experts within the powertrain development field.