ATE Events — March 2023

Upcoming

During this free, 60-minute webinar, AVL's Gerhard Schagerl and Milan Zivadinovic will explain how to use electric vehicle battery data analytics to support design decisions, optimize operation, and predict issues in the field. Key topics and takeaways include:

  • Learn how to analyze the vast amount of electric vehicle cell/pack test data.
  • Find out how to use connected vehicle data to identify the SOH in the cloud and extend the battery lifetime for each vehicle.
  • Discover how artificial intelligence can predict the risk of thermal runaway.

(2 days)

Hyatt Regency11999 Harbor BlvdGarden GroveCA92840US

At this exhibition and conference, electric vehicle battery technology innovators will meet with leading automotive manufacturers to explore new battery technologies and battery management systems for use in next-generation electric vehicles. This event is intended for industry professionals and practitioners.

Attending this conference will enable participants to:

  • understand the current market dynamics of electric vehicles and their impact on your business;
  • learn how to develop strategies for successful battery integrations in electric vehicles;
  • hear the latest trends, with an overview of the year and projections for the years to come;
  • discuss new manufacturing innovations and technological developments; and
  • access different ideas and perspectives from different markets and allied industries combining regional experiences. 

This four-day summit, hosted by Granite Defense Technologies, showcases the use of emergency response robotics (air/ground/water) in public safety via presentations and field demonstrations from industry-leading vendors, scenario based, hands-on training provided by fellow public safety personnel.

Nanotechnology is called the “Next Industrial Revolution”. Biotechnology is called as “The Science of the Millennium”. When these two powerful disciplines blend into nanobiotechnology, one can only imagine the scope and opportunities that emerge. The industry has recognized the potential of this field and is already contributing several commercialized products generated using Nanobiotechnology. People use these products in their daily life, without realizing the nanobiotechnology connection. Despite the need, there is a severe deficiency of a nanobiotechnology trained workforce, and it is a matter of great concern. The origin for this concern lies in lack of awareness about the skills, education paths, and career options for nanobiotechnology in the K-12, as well as post-secondary education. Compounding the problem is the wide-spread myth that teaching nanotechnology is not possible without expensive instrumentation.

This webinar addresses this important matter. Dr. Pattarkine will share some strategies that enable low-cost, hands-on nanobiotechnology activities and projects that have been developed as a part of the workforce leadership activities undertaken through Capital Area Biotechnology Partnership (CABP) by the biotechnology program at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology (Harrisburg, PA).

(2 days)

Heritage Center of Brooklyn Center6155 Earle Brown DriveBrooklyn CenterMN55430

This conference is for aviation maintenance technicians, IA's, industry employers, aviation vendors, students, and you! The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will be onsite to validate your IA certification training.

This 60-minute webinar will examine advancements in processing thin, laminated stator and rotor stacks and take a detailed look at examples of power-dense and high-efficiency motors that use high-performance, soft magnetic alloys. Topics include:

  • How using high-induction, high-permeability, and low-loss soft magnetic stator and rotor materials can increase the torque and power density of the motor in combination with improved efficiency current approach and consequences. 
  • Various options for realizing the torque and power benefits by about 15-35% using these high-performance material solutions versus present technology.   
  • How these high-performance motors can result in improved electric vehicle performance such as higher acceleration, improved range, higher payload capacity, and increased space.  

A Q&A session will follow the technical presentation.

(3 days)

Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center6700 N Gaylord Rockies BlvdAuroraCO80019

The WiCyS conference is the premier event to recruit, retain and advance women in cybersecurity. WiCyS brings together women in cybersecurity from academia, research, government, and industry.

Conference components include: Keynote Speakers, Technical Presentations, Workshops, Panels, Lighting Talks, Networking Socials, Résumé Clinics, Mock Interviews, Professional Headshots, Career Fair, Capture -the-Flag Competition, Early Career Breakfast and Networking, Mid-Career Breakfast and Networking, Senior Leaders Luncheon and more.

(3 days)

Weber's Boutique Hotel3050 Jackson AvenueAnn ArborMI48103

This event will focus on real-world issues and future challenges of automotive cybersecurity. The agenda will showcase case studies, lessons learned and hand-on experience from vehicle manufacturers, government bodies and standardization groups, Tier-1 suppliers, and a select number of Tier-2/3 suppliers

(3 days)

Florida A&M University1601 S Martin Luther King Jr BlvdTallahasseeFL32307

This conference proposes to take stock of the dramatic developments from the past two years to ask: Variants in Biology Education: What can we learn from pandemics?

Over the last two years, teaching and learning has grappled with the demands of change in response to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic within a highly politicized landscape for which science is on the defense and misinformation is rampant. Never before have so many questions arisen about the implications for mainstream organismal biology education, and never before has the speed and scale of innovation been put into practice. The “pandemic” symbolizes change, resistance, immunity, adaptation, and opportunity at so many different levels – literally, in our personal lives, in education, and in mass culture. It compels us to consider the workforce needs of the future where pandemics are now ubiquitous among all living organisms: people, plants, and animals (domestic and wild).

This webinar will cover robots for AI and Industry 4.0.

This interactive farm transition program is focused on helping farm families dive deeper into conversations about

  • Family and business goals,
  • Job responsibilities,
  • Financial needs of farms and families,
  • Inheritance considerations, and
  • Mechanisms of transfer.

An emphasis of the sessions is how to transfer both the financial business and how to transfer the management and responsibility of the farm business. We provide time for hands-on planning and discussion for the farm family.