Electrification and the Internal Combustion Engine

Electrification and the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE): Is the ICE dead…again?

Presented by Douglas E. Patton, FESD, ESD Immediate Past President
Principal, Jupiter Consulting LLC
Retired, Executive Vice President & Chief Technical Officer, Engineering Division, DENSO International America, Inc.

Tuesday, August 25, 2020
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Online via the Zoom Platform

Complimentary to our members and the engineering community
(There are limited spots, so register early.)
Continuing education certificates will be made available.

The internal combustion engine (ICE) has had a good run. Are electric vehicles here to stay?  Is the end in sight for the machine that changed the world? Will the ICE really go away at some point?  Or is there much life left in the internal combustion engine? Join us on August 25 as Doug Patton presents his views on the subject.

Doug Patton was most recently a Senior Technical advisor at DENSO International America, Inc. (DIAM), and senior director of DENSO Corp. where he provided input and support on all aspects of R&D in North America. In his previous position as Executive Vice President Engineering and Chief Technical Officer he oversaw all North American product engineering and development, campus facilities and operations including all testing and technical services, and Engineering Administration. He was responsible for climate control, engine components, and systems and components, engine electrical, safety products, cluster, in-vehicle-infotainment (IVI) and body electronics and small motor engineering. Patton earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering  and a Master of Business Administration degree, both from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.

COST:

Complimentary to our members and the engineering community.

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