Vehicle OEMs With The Following Job Titles:

  • Director of Hybrid & Electric Vehicles
  • Chief Engineer Hybrid & Electric Vehicles
  • Chief Engineer New Transmissions
  • Director of Powertrain
  • Head of Powertrain Engineering
  • Head of Hybrid Development
  • Head of Battery Technology
  • Manager of Hybrid Technology
  • Manager Hybrid Vehicle Integration
  • Manager Hybrid Power Electronics
  • Technical Specialist - Hybrids, Batteries, Engines
  • Senior Engineer Hybrid Transmission

Plus Industry Stakeholders From...

  • Engine Manufacturers
  • Battery Manufacturers
  • Battery Pack & Vehicle Level Integration Specialists
  • Battery Management System Manufacturers
  • Thermal Management Providers
  • Capacitor Manufacturers
  • Transmission Manufacturers
  • Inverter Manufacturers
  • Motor Manufacturers
  • Charging System Manufacturers
  • Control/Management System Suppliers
  • Material Suppliers
  • Modelling And Simulation Providers
  • Testing & Safety Specialists
  • Consultants
  • Regulatory Bodies
  • Research and Development Institutes

WMG centre HVM Catapult,
University of Warwick

For over 30 years WMG has engaged with industrial partners in collaborative R&D based on the successful fusion of fundamental and applied research, coupled with leading knowledge transfer expertise.

The WMG centre High Value Manufacturing Catapult builds on this pedigree. Through industrial collaboration the global challenge of Low Carbon Mobility is being addressed, driven by priorities in the automotive, commercial (truck and bus), off-road (agricultural and construction), rail and marine transport sectors.

Our focus is on Light Weight Technologies and Energy Storage and Management. These are underpinned by developments in Digital Validation and Verification, with the aim of reducing time to market and the cost of prototyping new solutions.

For more information please visit: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/wmg/research/hvmcatapult/


"Intimate setting, good speakers"



  • Be part of the first event in Europe dedicated to hybrid powertrain technology, with comprehensive assessment of component advancements, system level efficiencies and arrangement selection strategies
  • Benefit from an OEM-led agenda, hosting 20+ hybrid powertrain managers, senior engineers and technical specialists as they address the most effective balance of cost, performance and commercial viability for hybrid powertrains
  • Learn about the latest technical advancements in key powertrain components such as batteries, motors, engines, and transmissions to advance base level technical performance
  • Capitalise on advanced system level analysis studying efforts to maximise integration, packaging and control system efficiency in luxury and mass market vehicles
  • Gain insights into the latest customer usage profile data to ensure hybrid powertrain development is geared towards customer requirements
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