Yunshi Wang is the Director of the China Center for Energy Transportation of the UC Davis Institute of Transportation Studies and the co- director of the China - U.S. ZEV Policy lab. He has numerous publications reviewing Chinese auto industry and economy. He has previously worked as a senior research fellow at the MIT Sloan School of Management, the World Bank, and as a researcher at the United Nations Development Program. He holds an M.S. in International Development from the American University, and MFA in English from Boston University and a B.A. in English and Shipping Law and Business from Shanghai Maritime University.
Mike (Mingshi) Xie is the Chief Engineer for SAIC Innovation Center, since 2015. Previously Xie was the Engineering Director for General Motors’ Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center where he focused on Vehicle Electrical and Thermal Systems, and Electrification Engineering. He received his Masters Degree in Engineering/Industrial Management from University of Michigan
Michael Dunne is an entrepreneur, author, and current CEO of Dunne Automotive in Hong Kong. He has previously worked as the President of General Motors in Indonesia and led JD Power China operations after his first firm, Automotive Resources Asia was acquired by JD Power. Michael also authored American Wheels, Chinese Roads. His current investment advisory firm is focused on the global automotive impact of China's rise in electric and autonomous cars. Mr Dunne's first went to China in 1986 as a graduate student. He speaks and reads Chinese, Thai and Indonesian.