Time
Apr 20, 2011 - Apr 21, 2011

Venue
Crowne Plaza Century Park Hotel
1433 Mingsheng Rd., Pudong Dist., Shanghai Post Code: 200135

Contact
Beijing Office
Mr. Lei Xing, Mr. Jack Ma
Tel:
86-10-84682019 x 116 or 102
Fax:
86-10-84682039
Email:
conference@cbuauto.com.cn
Suit 1907, Bldg. 1, Kunsha Center, 16 Xinyuanli, Chaoyang Dist., Beijing, China, 100027
In US
Ms. Xiaofang Cao
Tel:
1-413-253-5477
Fax:
1-413-253-2775
Email:
conference@cbuauto.com


2011 Global Automotive Symposium (GAS 2011)

Program

Final Program*

 

Day One: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

16:30-19:00: Pre-Registration 

19:00:   Gala Welcome Dinner, Sponsored by Ernst & Young

20:00     Keynote Address:

Global Outlook of Electric Vehicles & The Chinese Approach

Professor C.C. Chan, President, World Electric Vehicle Association

 

Day Two: Wednesday, April 20, 2011, General Session

07:30     Coffee, Tea, Registration

08:20     Opening Remarks by Symposium Chair & Sponsors

 

08:30     Panel I. Policy, Standards and the Market

       Moderator: Wayne Xing, Editor/Publisher, CBU

China's Passenger Vehicle Market in 2011

Rao Da, Secretary General, China Passenger Vehicle Association

2011: Moment of Truth for the Global EV Market

Jeff Henning, Global Automotive Markets Leader, Ernst & Young

Standardization of China’s EV Batteries and Charging Systems

Chen Quanshi, Director Automotive Research Institute, Tsinghua University

 

09:45     Questions & Answers

10:15     Refreshment Break

 

10:30     Panel II. Hybrids, Plug-ins or BEVs? (I)

       Moderator: Linda Luo, Executive Editor, CBU-EVHybrid

Ford’s Path to Sustainable Mobility

Nancy Gioia, Director of Global Electrification, Ford Motor Co.

Foton’s Electric Vehicle Development

Wu Xuebin, President of Foton Automotive Engineering Institute

Nissan’s Measures to Reduce CO2 Emissions Through EVs

Misaki Masami, Vice President, Nissan (China) Investment Co., Ltd.

Technology and Trends: The North American Supplier Perspective

Margaret Baxter, Senior Vice President, OESA


11:45     Questions & Answers

12:15     Luncheon, Sponsored by Schaeffler

 

13:30     Panel III. Roundtable: 2011 - Year of Plug-ins and BEVs?

       Moderator: Jeff Henning, Global Automotive Markets Leader, E&Y

C.C. Chan, President, World Electric Vehicle Association

Chen Quanshi, Director, Automotive Research Institute, Tsinghua University

Nancy Gioia, Director of Global Electrification, Ford Motor Co.

Rolf Najork, Vice President, Schaeffler Group

Jones Zhong, Editor, www.cbuauto.com.cn

 

14:45     Questions & Answers

15:15     Refreshment Break

 

15:30     Panel IV. Supplier Efforts & Challenges

       Moderator: Yilong Chen, General Director, Asia Pacific, AIAG

The German Automotive Industry on its Way to the Future

Klaus Braunig, Managing Director, VDA

Schaeffler E-Mobility Technologies - Solutions for the Whole Range of Electric Applications

Rolf Najork, Vice President, Schaeffler Group

Battery Suppliers Challenge - Building the Engine to Support China’s Growth in NEV

Ray Shemanski, CEO, Johnson Controls-SAFT 

Delphi’s Efforts on Vehicle Electrification

Li Ming, E/EA Chief Engineer, Asia Pacific, Delphi Packard Electric Systems Co., Ltd.

 

16:45     Questions & Answers

17:15    Chairman's Closing Remarks/End of Day Two

17:45     Cocktail Reception

 

 

Day Three: Thursday, April 21, 2011, General Session

07:30     Coffee, Tea, Registration

08:20     Chairman's Recap of Day Two

 

08:30     Panel V. Global Electrification Efforts & Trend

Moderator: Ivan Hodac, Secretary General, ACEA

R&D of New Energy PVs at JAC

Yan Gang, Vice President, Jianghuai Automobile Co., Ltd.

A Model for Global EV Adoption

Mirko Kerschbaum, Director, Global Business Development, Auto Alliances, Better Place

PSA NEV Strategy and Vehicles

Yongmei Kimmel, NEV Strategy, PSA Asia Pacific

ACEA on E-Mobility

Ivan Hodac, Secretary General, European Auto Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA)

 

09:45     Questions & Answers

10:15     Refreshment Break

 

10:30     Panel VI. Hybrids, Plug-ins or BEVs? (II)

       Moderator: Jones Zhong, Editor, www.cbuauto.com.cn

Electric Drive Vehicles: GM’s Perspective

Keith Cole, VP, Government Relations & Public Policy, GM International Operations

Zotye New Energy Vehicles: Hangzhou Experience

Wu Jianzhong, Chairman, Zotye Holding Group

The Market Trend of Various E-Mobility Solutions

Henry Li, General Manager, Auto Export Trade, BYD Auto

BAIC Group’s NEV Development: Strategy and Experience

Lin Yi, Executive Director, Beijing New Energy Vehicle

 

11:45     Questions & Answers

12:15     Luncheon, Sponsored by Schaeffler

 

13:30     Panel VII. Round-table: Government & Industry Initiatives

       Moderator: Lei Xing, Executive Managing Editor, CBU

Ivan Hodac, Director, European Auto Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA)

Wu Jianzhong, Chairman, Zotye Holding Group

Henry Li, General Manager, Auto Export Trade, BYD Auto

Ling Tianjun, Chief Engineer, SAIC New Energy Vehicle

Yale Zhang, Managing Director, AutoForesight

 

14:45     Questions & Answers

15:15     Refreshment Break

 

15:30     Panel VIII. Power Batteries and Charging Facility Operations

       Moderator: Alfred Tian, Executive Managing Editor, CBU

Popularizing EVs with Smart Battery Charging & Swapping Service Network

Hu Jiangyi, Deputy Director, Sales & Marketing, State Grid

Li-Ion for EV – Challenges & Opportunities: BAK’s Approach

Deng Zhongyi, Vice President Sales, BAK Batteries

Commercialization of Pure EV Charging/Battery Swap Stations

Liu Yaqi, Vice President, Shanghai E-Bus New Energy Technology Co., Ltd.

 

16:45     Questions & Answers

17:15    Chairman's Closing Remarks/End of Conference Program

 

 

Day Four: Friday Morning, April 22, 2011

08:00     Individual Tour of Auto Shanghai 2011

 

* Program subject to change without prior notice until the date of the conference

Update: 4/17/2011


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