In 2019, Jérémie took on the responsibility for the new automotive E/E and Semiconductor service at S&P Global Mobility that oversees electronics/electric architectures and their implementation down at the semiconductor level. In 2021 he also took responsibility for the autonomous driving research team with a focus on driver assistance, sensors, autonomous vehicles, and mobility.
Since joining S&P Global in 2010 he developed and led the automotive electronics and semiconductor practice for the technology team. When iSuppli was acquired in 2010, he held responsibility for the processing team and the automotive semiconductor practice. With the 'NEXUS Market Analysis for MEMS and Microsystems' published in 2005, he pioneered market research for automotive sensors. In 2000, he had co-founded Wicht Technologie Consulting (WTC) in 2000, where he was heading market research for MEMS & Sensors until its acquisition by iSuppli in 2008.
His career in technology transfer for sensor technology began at the German office of CEA-LETI.
Jérémie is a graduate of the Munich University of Applied Sciences and of Ecole Supérieure de Commerce of Grenoble. He speaks German, English, and French fluently.