The next generation of EV battery technology is here.
Live Webcast: Thursday 19th November 2020 – 10am pacific Time (USA) / 6pm GMT (UK)
Faraday Future and MIVOLT are proud to announce ‘Going Further’; a live, joint webcast taking an in-depth look at EV battery technology using submerged cooling.
This 45-minute technology briefing will explain the benefits of the FF submerged cooling system using MIVOLT fluids as a dielectric coolant. Our experts will also be on hand to field your questions about this innovative technology. Our experts will also be on hand to field your questions about this innovative technology.
Nicolas Bel – Faraday Future
Nicolas is an avid enthusiast for all-things automotive including EV’s, his passion for innovation and entrepreneurship led him to his role as Senior Lead Thermal Engineer at Faraday Future; his responsibilities include development, integration and validation of thermal components and systems (e.g: cooling of the car battery, motor and electronics, and air conditioning).
He has a Master’s degree in Product Development Engineering from the University of Southern California and a Master’s degree in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering from ENSAM ParisTech.
Mark Lashbrook – M&I Materials / MIVOLT
As Technical Director at M&I Materials, Mark is the technical lead for research and development in next generation advanced materials, he manages a portfolio of projects in the application of novel dielectric liquids and heat transfer compounds for thermal management of electrical and electronic equipment.
Mark is also Project Manager of the Faraday Challenge i-CoBat project in the UK, which is investigating immersion cooling of electric vehicle batteries with MIVOLT ester-based dielectric liquids.
James O’Brien – M&I Materials / MIVOLT
As product Product Group Director, James leads the MIVOLT commercial, technical and operational teams globally. Having received his honours degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering in 1997, James has been involved in some of the world’s largest electrical engineering projects. James has a wealth of experience leading teams in the creation and commercialisation of innovative products that utilise specialist materials for demanding applications.
James is also part of M&I Materials management board team and leads the MIVOLT business which has developed ester based dielectric coolants for EV battery applications.
Thursday 19th November 2020
10am Pacific Time (USA) / 6pm GMT (UK)