2019 IEEE Southeastern Michigan Section Spring Conference 🗓 🗺

THE NEXT BIG THING !
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Webinar Date: Thur, May 2, 2019
Time: 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM (EDT)
Speaker: Doug Patten of DENSO International America, Inc.
Location: 19000 Hubbard Dr, Dearborn, Michigan, United States 48126. Building: U of M Dearborn – Fairlane Center North
Cost: between $25 to $60
RSVP: required
Event Details & Registration: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/191793

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Student Table Sponsor (8 students)………………$250

Silver Sponsorship Registration*…………………..$500

Gold Sponsorship Registration*…………………….$1000

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Diamond Sponsorship Registration*……………….$3000


Doug Patten Doug Patten of DENSO International America, Inc. Topic: Sustaining The Next Big Thing in the Automotive Industry

While everyone is moving past the automotive industry for the Next Big Thing the current ones have not succeeded yet. Things like automation and electrification still need big things to happen to be sustainable in broad market applications. As we look at the automotive space I will share what has maybe passed and what the Next Big Thing that are still needed.

Biography:

Doug Patton is Senior Technical advisor at DENSO International America, Inc. (DIAM), and senior director of DENSO Corp. Located at DENSO’s North American headquarters in Southfield, Michigan, he provides input and support on all aspects of R&D in North America. In his previous position as Executive Vice President Engineering and CTO 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.

Doug Patton earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering in 1977 and a Master of Business Administration degree in 1984, both from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois.

He serves as president of the DENSO Foundation Board, is on the Board of Directors for the Engineering Society of Detroit (currently past president), and is also a member of the SAE, where he was the 2017 president. He is also an Engineering Society of Detroit Fellow.

Doug Patton is a member of the Detroit Economic Club, Lawrence Technological University’s College of Engineering Advisory Board, the Engineering Advisory Council of Kettering University and the Executive Leadership Team of the North American International Powertrain Conference.

Email: Doug-Patton@denso-diam.com

Address:24777 Denso D, , Southfield, Michigan, United States, 48033… Bio