Dr. Jochen Schröder (46) will assume leadership of
Schaeffler Group’s newly-established E-Mobility business division on April 1,
2018. In this function, he will report to Matthias Zink, CEO-Automotive OEM. Dr.
Schröder is joining the Schaeffler Group from Valeo Siemens eAutomotive GmbH,
where he was a member of the executive management responsible for global
After studying electrical engineering at the Hamburg-Harburg
University of Technology, he obtained his doctorate in the field of control
engineering. Following a successful career of more than 15 years at BMW, during
which he held various management positions in areas such as system design and
advanced engineering of electric drivetrains, and vehicle energy management,
Dr. Schröder assumed the position of CTO at Valeo Siemens eAutomotive GmbH at
the end of 2016.
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