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Professional career:

  • General Motors / Adam Opel AG

  • From 1991 - 2002 numerous engineering positions held with growing responsibilities including Manager Advanced Engine Engineering and Manager Base Engine Hardware for all gasoline and Diesel engines outside North America

  • 2002: Chief Engineer for Family I and Family II gasoline engines

  • 2003: FIAT-GM Powertrain – Functional Leader Spark Ignition Engines

  • 2004: GM Powertrain, USA - Executive Director of Global Advanced Engineering

  • Global responsibility for the advanced engineering of all engines, transmissions and hybrid components as well as the powertrain control systems. Responsibility for propulsion systems of all GM race vehicles.

  • 2011: GM Europe – Executive Director

  • Responsibility for the research and advanced engineering activities for vehicle,       powertrain and manufacturing systems as well as alternative propulsion systems, responsibility for CO2 fleet compliance of GM vehicles in Europe.

  • AVL List GmbH

  • 2012 - present day: Executive Vice President and Global Business      Development, Sales & International Operations.

Additional activities

  • Technical University Vienna - Honorary Professor

  • Member of the Scientific Board of the magazine “Motortechnische Zeitschrift”

  • Member of the Scientific Board of the magazine “Automobiltechnische Zeitschrift”

  • Member of the Shell Science Council, Shell Global Solutions International BV

  • Member of the SINTO Advisory Committee, Sintokogio Ltd.


Executive Vice President
Global Business Development, Sales & International Operations, Powertrain Systems

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Prof. Dr. Uwe Dieter Grebe

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