SAE 2013 Thermal Systems Symposium

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The 2013 Thermal Management Systems Symposium focuses on the latest and most pertinent topics in the field of thermal systems technology today.

For over a decade, experts, leaders, and academics in the Mobile Air Conditioning (MAC) industry have meet to discuss the technologies and regulations surrounding thermal systems’ emissions and efficiency. The 2013 Thermal Systems Symposium (formerly known as the Automotive Refrigerant and System Efficiency Symposium) represents the meeting ground for thermal systems professionals from around the globe.

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The conversation centering on emissions and direct energy consumption regulatory issues have heated up greater than ever before. This symposium represents the perfect opportunity to interact and network with other MAC professionals from OEMs, academia, chemical companies and more.

Authors are invited to submit presentation abstracts of approximately 300 words including the title and author’s contact information by April 1, 2013. Abstracts should be sent to Abby Hartman (ahartman@sae.org). See the agenda for more details about the date and the location of the symposium.

Suggested presentation offers are being solicited in the following technology areas:

  • Thermal management
  • Alternative refrigerants
Source: SAE

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