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CWIEME Chicago 2017 - Momentum, innovation and adaptation

Keeping pace with a changing industry landscape 

The CWIEME Chicago 2017 Technical program will feature a free to attend program of seminars, workshops and tutorials as well as a special sessions focusing on the global drive for e-mobility, the EV Tech ‘24 hrs’, hosted in partnership with Charged EV Magazine.

All of these sessions are tailored for those in the electric motor, generator and transformer manufacturing sectors.

Leading experts from industry and academia will explore key technical trends, innovations and market issues impacting the development of the electrical industries. From the latest material developments, component and application design trends for electric machines to industry economics, regulation and supply chain issues. 

Keeping pace with a changing industry landscape

EV TECH ‘24 HRS’ 4 - 5 OCTOBER

As electric vehicle and HEV technology cements itself as THE future for the automotive industry we will be hosting a series of special sessions in partnership with Charged EV Magazine, hosted by Publisher, Christian Ruoff.

Focusing on key electric motor and powertrain developments, alongside discussions on developments in core adjacent EV technologies, from battery technology to interoperability, these sessions will explore the opportunities and challenges ahead in making electric vehicles the dominant reality across our domestic and commercial transportation systems in less than 5 years.

Who should attend?

The CWIEME Chicago technical program tackles and explores the hottest topics across the electrical industries. 

Whether you are a design or manufacturing engineer working in e-mobility, an operational decision maker in power transformer manufacturing or a procurement manager for consumer electronics, by attending you have the opportunity to stay up-to-date with the latest industry trends, R & D and market info for free. You’ll find a session to refresh your knowledge, share your thoughts, meet and network with like-minded professionals/

Speakers include:

Patrick Schaufuss

Patrick Schaufuss, Engagement Manager, Automotive & Assembly Practice, McKinsey & Co.

Rui Palavra

Rui Palavra, Global Technical Manager, Amorim Cork Composites 

Dan Ionel

Dan Ionel, Professor of Electrical Engineering and the L. Stanley Pigman Chair in Power, University of Kentucky in Lexington, KY

Dr. W.H. Cheng

Dr. W.H. Cheng,  Director & Chief Scientist, Shenzhen Radimag Magnets

Sasa Spasic

Sasa Spasic, CEO, Senis 

James Hendershot

James Hendershot, President & Lifetime IEEE Fellow, Motorsolver

Preston Reine

Preston Reine, Group Manager, Manufacturing Technology, IHS Markit

Christian Ruoff

Christian Ruoff, Founder and Publisher, CHARGED Electric Vehicles Magazine

Event and Media Partners