Matt Weiss Joins S&P Global Mobility as Executive Director of Product Strategy and Pricing Solutions
As a senior analyst, Andy primarily conducts light vehicles sales forecasting and covers the research for the blending of automotive and economics, market dynamics, consumer behaviors, legislation, and competitive landscape surrounding South Korean auto markets through close engagement with auto industry practitioners and government officers.He brings to the task a deep understanding of the auto sales trends, critical changes, and market issues, stemming from his immersion in auto industry and consumer perception changes for over 25 years as an analyst and managing roles.Prior to joining S&P Global Mobility, Andy was an analyst in several market intelligence and consulting firms in the United States including ABI Research, Pike Research, and Navigant Consulting where he conducted research for mobile and wireless technologies, Smart Grid, electric vehicles, renewable energies, telematics, as well as Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), along with high end technologies. He was also a marketing manager for mobile telecommunication systems in Samsung Electronics.Andy earned an MBA in technology and strategy management from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
Lan has more than 15 years experience in automotive, electronics and machinery. Prior to joining S&P Global Mobility , Lan served as a sales manager in an electronics company for automotive industry. In addition, he worked as a brand manager and a program manager at GM Korea.Educated in South Korea, Lan holds a Master's degree in Business from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST).
Ryan Sangmin Lee
Ryan is responsible for the South Korea Powertrain Forecast. Prior to joining S&P Global Mobility, he has worked on manufacturing automation and quality enhancement projects with global OEMs.Ryan holds a Master of Engineering in global automotive and manufacturing from the University of Michigan, United States.
Richard leads Auto Battery Industry Research Group in Supply Chain and Technology within S&P Global Mobility Automotive. 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.
- Automotive Components/Technologies
- Automotive Supply Chain
- Electric Vehicles (EVs/Batteries/EV Charging)
- Vehicle Components
- Vehicle Powertrain
His coverage includes electronic systems and semiconductor for powertrain and xEV as well as ADAS/autonomy. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Jungho worked for KCC for eight years developing and researching packaging of semiconductor applied especially to memory devices for mobile application processors and DRAM, high power semiconductors for automotive inverters, and radar for ADAS applications.Jungho holds a Master of Engineering in electronic materials with SiC (Silicon Carbide) and GaN (Gallium Nitride) based power semiconductor devices, and a Bachelor of Engineering in electronic materials.