Advanced Clean Cars Symposium: September 2016
As part of the Advanced Clean Cars program and the midterm review, CARB brought together automakers, suppliers, and other clean car stakeholders on September 27-28, 2016 to look at technologies that expand upon the draft Technical Assessment Report. These presentations are available by request.
Day 1: Zero Emission Vehicle Technologies
Advanced Vehicle Commercialization Policy
Britta Gross, Director, General Motors
Advancements in Li-Ion Technology and/or Manufacturing
Sue Babinec, Senior Commercialization Advisor, ARPA-E
Plug-in Electric Vehicle Optimization for All Wheel Drive (AWD)
Peter Savagian, VP Propulsion Systems, Faraday Future Inc.
Richard ‘Barney’ Carlson, Research Engineer, Idaho National Laboratory
Moving Toward Network Expansion
Joel Ewanick, Founder and CEO, FirstElement Fuel at True Zero
Technology Developments to Enable FCEV Manufacturing at Scale
Go Tejima, Project Manager R&D and Engineering Management Division, Toyota Motor Corporation
Technology Developments to Enable Hydrogen On-Board Storage Manufacturing at Scale
Ned Stetson, Hydrogen Storage Program Manager, U.S. Department of Energy
OEM PEV Driving and Charging Characteristics
Ryan Hart, Air Resources Engineer, California Air Resources Board
PEV Data from UC Davis Household Study (First Year)
Michael Nicholas, Postdoctoral Scholar, ITS-Davis
Matt Miyasato, Deputy Executive Officer for Science & Technology Advancement, South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD)
Day 2: Low Emission Vehicle & Greenhouse Gas Technologies
GHG Reducing Advancements and Technologies
Dr. Dean Tomazic, Executive Vice President & CTO, FEV North America, Inc.
VCT Engine Technology
Yutaka Fujimoto, Director of Powertrain, Nissan North America, Inc.
New Engine Technology
Reiji Okita, Powertrain Development Program Manager, Mazda Motor Corporation
Potential Benefits of Cylinder Deactivation
Dr. Matthew Younkins, Chief Engineer, Powertrain, Tula Technology Incorporated
Gasoline Direct Injection Particulate Control Experience with Gasoline Particulate Filters for Gasoline Vehicles
Rasto Brezny, Manufacturers of Emission Controls Association (MECA)
Reducing PM Emissions: An Automobile Manufacturer Perspective
Dr. David Belton, Technical Fellow for Emission Controls, General Motors
Particulate Matter Emissions from Low Greenhouse Gas Emission Technologies
Erin Shields, Air Pollution Specialist, California Air Resources Board
Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) Technology
Gordon McIndoe, Technical Expert, Transmission Systems, Dana Inc.
Potential Efficiency and Cost Benefits of 48 Volt Systems and Synergistic Technologies
Brian McKay, Powertrain Technology & Innovation, Continental Automotive Systems, Inc.
What is the Potential for Off-Cycle Technology for Connected Autonomous Vehicles (CAVs)
Marc Wiseman, President, Ricardo Strategic Consulting