19 November - 20 November 2019
Indianapolis, Indiana, US

Integer Emissions Summit USA

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Brian Nelson
Director of the Heavy-duty Onroad & Nonroad Center, US Environmental Protection Agency
Brian is responsible for the development, promulgation, and implementation of emission regulations for engines and vehicles in the heavy-duty sector. Prior to joining the EPA in 2006, he spent 15 years at Chrysler Corporation as a Mechanical Engineer in the Powertrain Systems group, working on research, development, and calibration projects related to gasoline and diesel e...
Brian is responsible for the development, promulgation, and implementation of emission regulations for engines and vehicles in the heavy-duty sector. Prior to joining the EPA in 2006, he spent 15 years at Chrysler Corporation as a Mechanical Engineer in the Powertrain Systems group, working on research, development, and calibration projects related to gasoline and diesel engine performance, emission controls and exhaust aftertreatment systems. He has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Michigan Technological University.
Matthew Spears
Director of Global Regulatory Activities, Truck & Engine Manufacturers Association
Matt joined EMA in September 2017 after spending nearly 20 years at the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality as Centre Director for heavy-duty on-highway and non-road rulemaking development. Most recently he managed the development and finalisation of heavy-duty phase 2 greenhouse gas and fuel efficiency standards. He has previously...
Matt joined EMA in September 2017 after spending nearly 20 years at the US Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Transportation and Air Quality as Centre Director for heavy-duty on-highway and non-road rulemaking development. Most recently he managed the development and finalisation of heavy-duty phase 2 greenhouse gas and fuel efficiency standards. He has previously held leadership positions at the International Civil Aviation Organisation and the International Maritime Organisation, where he worked to set new standards for emissions from aircraft and ocean-going ships.
Charles Roberts
Director, Diesel Engine and Emissions R&D, Southwest Research Institute
Charles manages research and development activity for diesel engines and emissions at SwRI, including emissions certification. He also manages the SwRI Clean Diesel programme, one of the world’s longest-running and largest diesel engine cooperative research consortia, consisting of more than 20 client companies from around the world. Charles is a fellow of the Society of A...
Charles manages research and development activity for diesel engines and emissions at SwRI, including emissions certification. He also manages the SwRI Clean Diesel programme, one of the world’s longest-running and largest diesel engine cooperative research consortia, consisting of more than 20 client companies from around the world. Charles is a fellow of the Society of Automotive Engineers. He has authored more than 35 technical papers and holds more than 20 US patents.
Tim Cheyne
Vice President Business Development - Emissions, Argus
Tim is the Vice President, Business Development at Argus, and is responsible for the company’s work in the emissions sector. This covers stationary and mobile emissions control technologies and related chemicals such as AdBlue®/DEF. Tim works closely with vehicle OEMs, engine manufacturers, tier suppliers, oil companies, and AdBlue® suppliers to develop market forecasts, ...
Tim is the Vice President, Business Development at Argus, and is responsible for the company’s work in the emissions sector. This covers stationary and mobile emissions control technologies and related chemicals such as AdBlue®/DEF. Tim works closely with vehicle OEMs, engine manufacturers, tier suppliers, oil companies, and AdBlue® suppliers to develop market forecasts, strategy, investment assessments and other key business issues. Tim has degrees in chemical engineering and economics. He has previously worked in engineering design and operation of petrochemical plants, and in commodity market analysis and consultancy in the chemical industry
Dave Schaller
Industry Engagement Director, North American Council for Freight Efficiency
Dave’s responsibilities include interfacing with fleets and suppliers, writing reports, conducting workshops, giving presentations, maintaining NACFE’s fleet database and running the social media groups. Previously, as a Navistar employee for 27 years, he held positions in production design, research, programme management, dealer sales training, marketing, product line man...
Dave’s responsibilities include interfacing with fleets and suppliers, writing reports, conducting workshops, giving presentations, maintaining NACFE’s fleet database and running the social media groups. Previously, as a Navistar employee for 27 years, he held positions in production design, research, programme management, dealer sales training, marketing, product line management and strategic product planning. He holds five US patents, and has written several SAE papers and numerous NACFE publications. He holds an electrical engineering degree from Purdue University and an MBA from Ball State University.
Navtej Singh
Chief Engineer, Powertrain AT and Emissions Systems, Navistar
Navtej manages engineering teams for both current and future aftertreatment systems at Navistar, and is responsible for the company’s global engineering strategy in emissions and AT product development. He is also a co-chair of the Sustainable Development Programme Committee at the Society of Automotive Engineers. Navtej has authored more than 10 technical papers and has a...
Navtej manages engineering teams for both current and future aftertreatment systems at Navistar, and is responsible for the company’s global engineering strategy in emissions and AT product development. He is also a co-chair of the Sustainable Development Programme Committee at the Society of Automotive Engineers. Navtej has authored more than 10 technical papers and has at least 30 US patents pending. He has a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Wisconsin—Madison, and is a fellow of the Engine Research Center.
Mihai Dorobantu
Director, Technology Planning and Government Affairs, Eaton
Mihai has been with the company since 2005. His responsibilities span the front end of the innovation process across Eaton’s vehicle businesses, the development of advanced technologies that generate new product concepts, and interacting with government funding and regulatory agencies. He previously led the advanced R&D team and the Controls, Systems and Solutions departme...
Mihai has been with the company since 2005. His responsibilities span the front end of the innovation process across Eaton’s vehicle businesses, the development of advanced technologies that generate new product concepts, and interacting with government funding and regulatory agencies. He previously led the advanced R&D team and the Controls, Systems and Solutions department in the corporate Innovation Center. Prior to Eaton he worked at United Technologies Research Center and Comsol. Mihai has a PhD in applied mathematics from the Royal Institute of Technology and Stockholm University, Sweden.
Antti Marttinen
Director, Engineering, Global Module Lead – Engine Installations, AGCO
Antti has been working for AGCO since November 2008 and started his current role in May 2012. He previously held the position of Account Manager at AGCO SISU Power. In this role he was responsible for sales in Central Europe, project management of OEM projects and various product marketing initiatives. He holds degrees from both Hanover Polytechnic and Tampere Polytechnic ...
Antti has been working for AGCO since November 2008 and started his current role in May 2012. He previously held the position of Account Manager at AGCO SISU Power. In this role he was responsible for sales in Central Europe, project management of OEM projects and various product marketing initiatives. He holds degrees from both Hanover Polytechnic and Tampere Polytechnic in mechanical engineering.
Jackie M Yeager
Director – Emissions and Fuel Efficiency Policy, Environmental Strategy and Compliance, Cummins
Jackie Yeager leads Cummins’ activities in policy development for product emissions and fuel efficiency. She joined the company in 1993 and has held a number of roles focused on engine performance and emissions in the areas of combustion research, performance development, regulatory affairs, and environmental strategy and compliance. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degre...
Jackie Yeager leads Cummins’ activities in policy development for product emissions and fuel efficiency. She joined the company in 1993 and has held a number of roles focused on engine performance and emissions in the areas of combustion research, performance development, regulatory affairs, and environmental strategy and compliance. She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Louisville in Kentucky.
Ben Sharpe
Senior Researcher and Canada Lead, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
Ben Sharpe is a Senior Researcher in the ICCT’s Heavy-Duty Vehicle Programme and also serves as Canada Lead for the organisation. He is currently conducting technical analyses to support ongoing policy development for reducing fuel consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and criteria pollutants from on-road vehicles. Previously Ben worked for Schlumberger and for the Califor...
Ben Sharpe is a Senior Researcher in the ICCT’s Heavy-Duty Vehicle Programme and also serves as Canada Lead for the organisation. He is currently conducting technical analyses to support ongoing policy development for reducing fuel consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and criteria pollutants from on-road vehicles. Previously Ben worked for Schlumberger and for the California Air Resources Board’s Emissions Inventory Group. He holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in civil engineering from Stanford University and a PhD in civil engineering from the University of California.
Dan Kieffer
Director, Emissions Compliance, PACCAR
Dan is responsible for all North American engine and vehicle emission-related certification and compliance work at PACCAR. During his 33-year career he has worked in various engineering, manufacturing, marketing and programme management roles. Most recently he managed research and development activities for Kenworth, where he was responsible for advanced development on new...
Dan is responsible for all North American engine and vehicle emission-related certification and compliance work at PACCAR. During his 33-year career he has worked in various engineering, manufacturing, marketing and programme management roles. Most recently he managed research and development activities for Kenworth, where he was responsible for advanced development on new and current vehicles, for aerodynamic and fuel economy assessment, and for all research engineering activities evaluating technology, products and processes for commercial vehicles. Dan also represents PACCAR in industry and government forums dealing with programmes related to fuel efficiency and greenhouse gases.
Michael Geller
Deputy Director, Manufacturers of Emissions Controls Association
Prior to joining MECA in 2016, Mike worked for seven years in the Office of Transportation and Air Quality at the US Environmental Protection Agency as an environmental engineer focusing on transportation policy. He has over 15 years’ experience in issues related to air pollution from mobile sources. He has also spent time as a research professor at the University of South...
Prior to joining MECA in 2016, Mike worked for seven years in the Office of Transportation and Air Quality at the US Environmental Protection Agency as an environmental engineer focusing on transportation policy. He has over 15 years’ experience in issues related to air pollution from mobile sources. He has also spent time as a research professor at the University of Southern California where he supervised a research laboratory and conducted studies on air quality, with a focus on particulate matter from mobile sources.
John Major Jr
Vice President, Government Relations, Achates Power
Tom Brotherton
Director, Market Acceleration, CALSTART
Tom Brotherton is responsible for program management of CALSTART’s market acceleration activities. Tom oversees vehicle incentive programs in California, New York and Chicago. Tom oversees CALSTART’s E-Truck Task Force and a Vehicle Electrification Study for the US Army. Tom recently developed a truck technology roadmap for the California Energy Commission to identify tec...
Tom Brotherton is responsible for program management of CALSTART’s market acceleration activities. Tom oversees vehicle incentive programs in California, New York and Chicago. Tom oversees CALSTART’s E-Truck Task Force and a Vehicle Electrification Study for the US Army. Tom recently developed a truck technology roadmap for the California Energy Commission to identify technologies and actions for the reduction of emissions and petroleum use in trucks. He has previously managed CALSTART’s U.S. Army contract, Technical Advisory Committee, as well as business development and membership outreach. He works from CALSTART's Colorado office. Tom has a BSE in Civil Engineering from Princeton University, and a MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado – Boulder. He is a registered professional engineer in Colorado.
Francisco Posada
Senior Researcher, International Council on Clean Transportation
William Robertson
Vehicle Program Specialist, California Air Resources Board
Bill Robertson serves as the California Air Resources Board’s Heavy Duty Technology advisor. Current responsibilities include advising CARB’s Low NOx and incentive programs. He has been with CARB for 14 years working on various emissions and toxicity projects relating heavy duty diesel and alternative fuel exhaust. He has also participated in developing test procedures and...
Bill Robertson serves as the California Air Resources Board’s Heavy Duty Technology advisor. Current responsibilities include advising CARB’s Low NOx and incentive programs. He has been with CARB for 14 years working on various emissions and toxicity projects relating heavy duty diesel and alternative fuel exhaust. He has also participated in developing test procedures and vehicle and engine testing facilities. His educational background includes a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from Yale University and a B.S. in chemistry from Andrews University.
Sara Jensen
Editor, OEM Off-highway Magazine