Christian Mueller is an Autonomous Vehicle and Automotive Strategy Expert within S&P Global Mobility.
Christian, a native German, is responsible for the project management of the Autonomy forecast within S&P Global Mobility based in Frankfurt. Since joining the company in October 2005, he has also developed and was heading the Electrics / Electronics focus area within the Supply Chain and Technology Group.
His extensive knowledge in the area of system's integration has enabled him to quickly form relations with key players in the market place. Some of the projects that Christian has been involved in included analysis of the in-vehicle network architecture strategies of selected vehicle manufacturers as well as market and technical trends for energy storage devices used in alternative propulsion vehicles.
Richard Seiho Kim, an associate director leading automotive battery research group in the Supply Chain and Technology team at S&P Global Mobility.
His responsibilities include both of high voltage and low voltage automotive battery industry research and technology forecasting. He is also partly involved in other e-mobility research associated with policies, regulations and incentives, car makers' strategies, etc.
He has a doctorate degree of Technology Management from the Korea University along with a bachelor's degree of Mechanical Engineering. His academic interests lie in technology forecasting and technology innovation in automotive industry.
Prior to joining S&P Global Mobility, he served as competitive intelligence researcher in General Motors and Renault, and a strategic sales account manager in Bosch. His extensive automotive industry experience allows him to interpret and articulate the context behind his research with anecdotal evidence, as well as leverage a good number of excellent industry contacts for further insight.