Qiong Sun, Vice President Global Automotive Hybrid eMobility Solutions at TE Connectivity
Qiong Sun is currently responsible for the automotive eMobility business and oversees product portfolio, technology strategy, product management and future solutions at TE Connectivity. She has over 25 years of transportation experience and diverse industry consulting background.
Prior to joining the company, Ms. Sun was vice president of global electrification business unit at Lear Corporation, responsible for product development and program launches as well as technical and growth strategies for the business. Prior to joining Lear, she served as vice president of global engineering and product management for Tenneco Clean Air Division and led advanced engineering, product development, applications, and launch in emission controls. Prior to joining Tenneco, she served as director for advanced Li-ion batteries and stop-start vehicle batteries at Johnson Controls Power Solutions from 2011 to 2016. She played a key role in establishing and operating the Advanced Battery Technical Center in Shanghai China to support new energy vehicle growth.
Ms. Sun also served as chief engineer at the engineering and strategic consulting firm Ricardo from 2007 through 2011. In this capacity, she was responsible for the overall business and technical leadership in controls and electronics, leading the advanced technology development in new energy vehicle propulsion systems and infrastructure. She won the CEO award for her leadership on initiating, developing and commercializing an innovative EV charging station product. Ms. Sun started her career at ZF-TRW in 1995, holding various positions in engineering and program management for the design and production launch of multiple advanced driver assistance systems.
Awards and Recognition
Ms Sun was named a 2019 Crain’s Detroit Business Notable Women in STEM.
Ms. Sun holds 4 U.S. patents in Constant Speed Control System, Steer by Brake Control System, Modular Design of a 48-Volt Li-ion Battery for Ease of Assembly and Disassembly, Scalable Modular Design of a 48-Volt Li-ion Battery Management System and a trade secret in Software Implementation on 48V Li-ion Battery Management Unit. She is also an author of two papers in Requirements Driven and Model Based Software Design for Advanced Battery Management System and Li-ion Traction Battery Test Standards Research & Applications.
Education and Background
Ms. Sun holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Controls from Michigan Technological University, and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics from Donghua University in Shanghai China. She is also a graduate of Johnson Controls Executive Leadership Program co-sponsored by the Business School of Wharton, University of Pennsylvania.