Dr. Andrés Caldevilla holds degrees in electrical engineering from the Technical University of Madrid and in mechanical engineering from the Technical University of Vienna (2000). In 2008 he received the Ph.D. degree on energy storage devices for hybrid electric vehicles from the Technical University of Vienna. Since then, he is working in the field of electromobility. He completed in 2011 an MBA program in the University of Applied Sciences of Munich, specializing in project and contract management. Since 2011, Andrés is working for DENSO AUTOMOTIVE Deutschland. He leads the EU Technology Trend Research & Evaluation activity by DENSO International Europe and is involved in several internal and EU-funded research projects (H2020), as well as EU technology platforms (ERTRAC, EGVIA, ECPE, VDA FAT).