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AUTONEUM Presents: Battery Thermal Comfort: A Multi-Component Approach
• Relevance of thermal management in BEVs
• Inside and outside the battery: all components matter
• Battery cooling plates: robust and cost-effective design
• Fighting heat leakage with lightweight shields
• Keeping the battery in the comfort zone
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Pascaline Brégeon
Global Product Manager Exterior @Autoneum
Pascaline is the Global Product Manager for Exterior parts at Autoneum, the globally leading supplier for acoustic and thermal management of vehicles. In her current role, Pascaline is in charge of developing and continuously refining Autoneum’s product strategy. Based on market trends and business potential analysis, she manages the exterior part of Autoneum’s product portfolio at global level, identifies needs and steers the innovation pipeline, aimed at introducing sustainable technologies and products to improve the mobility of tomorrow. After her Master degree in Fluid Mechanics from the University of Grenoble in France, she has occupied various positions in sales and project management in the automotive industry.
Luca Mazzarella
Business Development Manager New Mobility @Autoneum
As Business Development Manager New Mobility at Autoneum, Luca is working on novel components for BEVs as part of the strategic development team in Winterthur, Switzerland. He has 20 years of experience in the automotive industry and covered different roles in vehicle benchmarking, product development and management as well as acoustics. Luca started his career as NVH performance engineer and refinement specialist and worked with different automobile manufacturers before joining Autoneum. Luca graduated with a Master in Mechanical Engineering at the Politecnico di Torino and holds a Master in Structural Mechanics and Dynamics from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. where he focused on wave propagation