Adjunct Professor, Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Engineering
Dr. Siavoshani is a technical specialist in the area of hybridization and electrification in Siemens Company. He is also an adjunct professor at Wayne State University where he teaches several comprehensive electric vehicle courses. In addition he serves as the hybrid academy instructor & the Chief Industry Advisor for SAE Professional Development Seminars and Academies. Since 1998, he has worked for the Dow Chemical company, General Motors Corporation and Ford Motor Company. During his career, He has also been instrumental in the development of new technologies in the area of ANVCT, powertrain & vehicle light weight technology & BIW structural integrity. He has also developed Acoustomize, a unique method of analyzing and offering solutions to automotive noise problems. Dr. Siavoshani has helped to build & implement a balanced among vehicle attributes such as NVH, thermal management and vehicle energy consumption. He also led the development of different battery packs in the XEVs vehicle applications. He has been granted several patents and was presented the SAE Forest R. McFarland Award for distinction in professional development and education. Dr. Siavoshani has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering.