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Dr.-Ing. Christoph Deutskens studied mechanical engineering in Aachen and Beijing. After working as a research associate on the WZL, Mr. Deutskens turned chief engineer for manufacturing engineering of e-mobility parts. In 2014 he switched to the newly founded chair PEM. Now Mr. Deutskens is CEO of the PEM Aachen GmbH.

Raphael Fischer is Head of Innovation Tasks and manages Schaefflers’s improvement actions in the discipline of city mobility. He studied mechanical engineering with specialization on vehicle engineering on the FH Offenburg (FHO) and at the Université Louis Pasteur Strasbourg. In 2005, he began his career at Schaeffler as growth engineer and have become Technical Mission Supervisor in the division Central Mechatronics in 2010. Since 2012, he is accountable for the product development of Schaeffler’s E-Wheel-Drive.

About Mov’eo: Mov’eo is a Mobility and Automotive R&D competitiveness cluster, which since 2006 has been mobilizing its energies at the service of its 380 members. The missions of Mov’eo are to foster the development of collaborative tasks between members, to contribute to development within the areas of corporations, specifically SMES, and to promote innovation in the sector.

Since September 2011, Professor Thomas Bauernhansl has been director of the Institute of Industrial Manufacturing and Management (IFF) on the University of Stuttgart and director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA in Stuttgart, Germany. Moreover, he was short-term director of the Institute of Energy Effectivity in Production (EEP) at the University of Stuttgart, from October 2012 until January 2015.

The Automotive Congress has during the last years confirmed to be the most important and fascinating occurring on the Dutch automotive technology calendar. On June 7th and eighth, the 11th Automotive Congress and its individuals will proudly reveal the state-of-artwork know-how and discuss the challenges we face in this exiting industry.