2019 SAE Corporate Learning GV Resource Guide - P18294612

INSTRUCTOR / DEVELOPER BIOGRAPHIES

Instructor of National Information Technology Education Project (NITE) of MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) He has published several books on EMC which includes: EMC testing and case study, 2006 Risk Assessment (Analysis) Method of EMC Design, 2008; EMC testing and case study, 2nd Edition, 2010 among which EMC testing and case study, 2nd Edition has been published by Wiley, a well-known American publisher, making it the first Chinese EMC book which is both published at home and abroad. Kevin Zielinski Kevin Zielinski currently owns and operates Red Cedar Media LLC, a training and corporate communications consulting, design, development and delivery company based in Michigan. Previously, Kevin was Senior Applications Specialist for EDS (including General Motors/EDS and Hewlett Packard/EDS) specializing in technical training delivery, training consulting, courseware design and development, and e-Learning. He has designed, developed and delivered over 40 lecture- and web-based courses attended by General Motors and EDS employees worldwide. Mr. Zielinski has also served as Adjunct Professor for the Wayne State University College of Engineering and WSU/Focus: Hope for many years. His areas of expertise include: e-Learning design and development, Quality Tools and Methods (Design of Six Sigma, Robust Engineering, Design of Experiments (DOE), Statistical Tolerancing and GD&T); Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA); Engineering Economics; and Plant Floor Throughput Improvement. Mr. Zielinski has been an instructor for SAE Profes- sional Development since 1990, and is a recipient of SAE’s Forest R. McFarland Award (2005). He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in engineering fromWayne State University.

Instructors Wanted... To shape the future of mobility engineering. SAE International Professional Development is seeking experienced engineering professionals with industry and/or academic backgrounds to develop and teach live classroom or online courses; we are seeking expertise in a variety of topics including: - Automated driving systems - Vehicle Electrification - EV/HEV Technologies - E-Drive Technologies - Embedded Systems, Vehicle Networks - Sensors and Actuators - Mechatronics - Cybersecurity – Vulnerability, Best Practices, TARA, Incidence Response - Software Engineering – Hardware/Software Security Requirements - Quality Management Systems - Accident Reconstruction - Heavy Truck Dynamics - Additive / Advanced Manufacturing - Corrosion / Degradation - Advanced Materials - Metal Fatigue Contact SAE Professional Development to explore how you can help to shape the future of industry.

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