April 30- May 2, 2018
Detroit, MI

Jason Siegel


Assistant Research Professor; Department of Mechanical Engineering
University of Michigan


3:00 AM University of Michigan Energy Storage Lab Site Tour

We will be viewing the new energy storage solutions and get in depth analysis on the 1.6L ecoboost with hybrid Electric supercharger and Waste energy recovery as well at the battery control lab, with some sensors for measuring battery expansion and SOC estimation that was developed in partnership with GE.

11:00 AM Split Micro-Hybrid Boosting Enabling Highly Diluted Combustion

• Eliminating the slow air-path dynamics associated with turbocharge inertia and high exhaust gas recirculation
• Outlining opportunities in combining low voltage vehicles and advanced combustion
• Predicting and prioritizing the benefits of using electric energy for assisting the engine by accelerating its breathing time


Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Jason.

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