This year we have invited six world-class keynotes to share their perspective on current state and future trends in transportation electrification. There are 10 short courses and tutorials offered by internationally renowned experts, covering important aspects of component and drivetrain design, new materials, and emerging electric transportation applications in rail and aerospace. I would also like to call your attention to 8 industry panels covering a wide array of topics including trends in aircraft, commercial and off road vehicle electrification, power electronics and battery management challenges, transportation electrification policy, EV motor design trends, and virtual prototyping. The program also includes over 200 presentations of high quality technical papers.
The virtual format allowed the Organizing Committee to spread out the conference proceedings over 5 days to allow more opportunities for formal and informal interactions. In particular, the on-line platform allows for on-demand viewing with the ability to pose questions to the speakers prior to the live presentation. We are hopeful that the attendees will make use of this feature to make the most of their experience.
|Year||Location||Dates||General Chair||Program Chair|
|2012||Dearborn, MI||June 17-20||Ali Emadi||Alireza Khaligh|
|2013||Dearborn, MI||June 16-19||Alireza Khaligh||Mahesh Krishnamurthy|
|2014||Dearborn, MI||June 15-18||Mahesh Krishnamurthy||Anand Sathyan|
|2015||Dearborn, MI||June 14-17||Anand Sathyan||Berker Bilgin|
|2016||Dearborn, MI||June 27-29||Berker Bilgin||Omer Onar|
|2017||Chicago, IL||June 22-24||Omer Onar||Xiaodong Shi|
|2018||Long Beach, CA||June 13-15||Bulent Sarlioglu||Jin Ye & Matthias Priendl|
|2019||Novi, MI||June 17-19||Jin Ye||Babak Nahid-Mobarakeh|
|2020||Virtual Conference||June 26-29||Babak Nahid-Mobarakeh||Srdjan Lukic|
|2021||Virtual Conference||June 21-25||Srdjan Lukic||Matthias Priendl|
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