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(2 days)

Omni Shoreham2500 Calvert St NWWashingtonDC20008

Engineering is at a crossroads. This includes its practice in the workplace—and how it’s taught in the classroom. New technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), nanofabrication, and the internet of things (IoT) have shifted the engineering landscape.

The event features a series of TED-like talks, along with industry and academic leaders, a member of the National Science Board, and other luminaries.

This is THE opportunity to bring a strong lineup of the right voices from academia and industry together to come up with actionable outcomes to implement during this, the most fluid state of education in centuries. Schools are at a crossroads, so let’s give them a roadmap. 

(2 days)

Alerus Center1200 S 42nd StGrand ForksND58201

The UAS Summit & Expo started as a small gathering of regional stakeholders. Now, 15 years later, the event in the Northern Plains of North Dakota has become a yearly major event for UAS experts from around the world. It's the original epicenter of drone research, earned its place as the Silicon Valley of Drones and as you'll see from the commercial, government and military flight activity filling the sky of the Northern Plains and beyond every day, it has truly become America's UAS proving grounds.

(5 days)

Omni Shoreham Hotel2500 Calvert St NWWashingtonDC20008

The American Association of Community Colleges, with the support of the National Science Foundation (NSF), will host the 28th National ATE Principal Investigators’ Conference as a hybrid event with both in-person and online attendance options.

The conference will bring together more than 850 NSF ATE grantees and their project partners to focus on the critical issues related to advanced technological education. Key people working on ATE projects across the country will participate in the hybrid event. Conference participants represent community colleges, business and industry, secondary school systems, and four-year colleges covering projects in a wide variety of areas, such as information technology, engineering technology, micro- and nanotechnologies, chemical technology, biotechnology, and others.

The conference will kick-off virtually on Monday, October 18, and be followed by an in-person event taking place at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. on October 20-22, 2021. ATE grantees may elect to fulfill their NSF grant requirement through participation in the in-person event and/or the virtual components of this conference.

Topics include:

  • Power Electronics Design & Manufacturing
  • Motor Design & Manufacturing
  • Cell Development & Battery Systems Engineering
  • Plus Testing, Powertrains, Charging Systems, Thermal Management, Circuit Protection, Wire & Cable, and more...

(3 days)

Suburban Collection Showplace46100 Grand River AveNoviMI48374United States

If you need to reduce development time, increase quality and decrease product failures, you need to attend Automotive Testing Expo! The event is America’s largest vehicle and component testing and validation technology and services exhibition, featuring more than 370 exhibitors and attracting over 6,000 attendees.

Visitors can expect to see the latest in ADAS testing, NVH measurement tools, test rigs, simulation packages, durability testing technologies, crash testing know-how, dynamometers, emission measurement systems and dynamic assessment tools, as well as countless service providers such as proving grounds and test facilities.

The path to reduced product development cycles, more efficiency and better durability starts at Automotive Testing Expo in Novi, Michigan!

(4 days)

Pennsylvania Convention Center1101 Arch StreetPhiladelphiaPA19107

The past year has brought many changes in higher education, and we’ve all learned something worth sharing about transformation, resilience, and the common good. With the presenters, Ruha Benjamin, Susan Grajek, and Michael Sorrell, the premier higher ed IT event brings together professionals and technology providers from around the world to discuss their discoveries, grow professionally, and explore solutions to continuing challenges.

EvaluATE webchats are an opportunity for small groups of ATE evaluation community members to come together to share and learn from each other in real-time. Anyone interested in evaluation is welcome to attend. Participants are encouraged to turn on their webcams and join in the conversation, offering a great opportunity to network.

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The focus of the codeathon is creating publicly available resources that make it easy for scientists to compare sequence search methods across a standardized set of benchmarks and datasets. This event is part of a series bringing together a diverse group (biologists, bioinformaticians, statisticians, mathematicians, computer scientists, and engineers) of collaborators to develop and test new approaches for sequence search. Codethon projects will lay the groundwork for future events focused on methods development.

Throughout the online, interactive codeathon, participants will:

  • Have access to Zoom meetings and team breakout rooms for collaboration and access to experts from the NIH and DOE.
  • Participate in a dedicated Slack channel to source assistance and collaboration.
  • Hear from topic experts about Petabyte-Scale Sequence Search.
  • Work together to solve biological problems and create computational tools.

At the end of the codeathon event, teams will have authorship over their projects, which can be submitted for publication, presented at conferences, or hosted online for public access.

After the past year, inequalities among students during online learning have become increasingly apparent. Though challenging to overcome, educators have worked diligently to help create a more inclusive experience. As we slowly reopen the doors and welcome back in-person classes, what new strategies will you bring to ensure that your science courses will be inclusive and relevant to all students? Join this Fall for an opportunity to share in the conference theme, Pushing Past Barriers: Ecological Science for All.

The AACC Future Presidents Institute provides hands-on experience for senior leaders aspiring to the community college presidency. The association has gathered years of research from new CEOs about what they wish they had known before assuming the presidency.

The faculty for the institute is drawn from the community college leadership field and are highly skilled presidents, chancellors, and groundbreaking leaders. Institute faculty leverages their community college leadership expertise and field-based practical skills to create new knowledge and enduring concepts that shape the practice of community college leadership.

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The AACC John E. Roueche Future Leaders Institute is a 3-day seminar designed for department chairs, deans, assistant/associate deans, or directors who look to advance into a senior leadership role. The Roueche – FLI will provide participants the opportunity to hone leadership skills and engage in a dialogue with experienced community college leaders and develop a network of colleagues from around the country.