Thermal Management Symposium – 2010
Greenwood Village?? CO, USA –?? The 2010 Thermal Management and Technology Symposium committee is currently accepting abstracts.
This third annual event continues to grow and will include some new topics of focus.
Being held October 19-20 in Dallas, Texas, the 2010 event will explore the latest advancements in thermal technology for product design, system development and process management.
In 2010, we are expanding the focus to include more presentations on topics including:
??? Heat Treating
??? Design Techniques
??? CFD modeling
Other Topics the committee is seeking:
??? Next-Generation Thermal Technology Related to cooling, heating, materials and measurement.
??? Thermal Technology by Markets and Applications – Such as semiconductors, PCBs, electronic systems, mechanical systems, appliances, aerospace, automotive, environmental, medical, process.
??? Thermal Management and Integration – Material level, system level and component level.
??? Market Trends in Thermal Management – Emerging technologies in thermal management, market opportunities.
??? Temperature Products – Controls, coolers, heaters and instruments.
??? Advancements in Thermal Components and Subsystems – Such as thermistors, thermocouples, sensors, switches, coatings, heat sinks, thermoelectrics, insulations.
??? Thermal Modeling & Design -?? Software and techniques for design and system engineers.
There are only a limited number of speaking slots in each track, so it is imperative that you submit an abstract before the deadline on March 12th. Thermal Management and Technology Symposium 2010 is also accepting proposals for half- and full day pre-conference workshops.
Full-conference registration fees will be waived for all confirmed speakers.
The conference committee is currently accepting presentation abstracts.
Please contact Joanna Larez, program manager, at JoannaL [at] infowebcom.com for details on submitting an abstract.
New this year! Thermal Management and Technology Symposium 2010 will be co-located with five other events, including the new Energy Efficiency Expo 2010.
The co-locations offer attendees significantly expanded benefits in their event experience, such as reduced fees for crossover attendance at other conference sessions.
The six shows will operate a combined exhibit hall allowing a much greater exposure to new products, services and vendors.
Battery Power 2010
REMOTE Site & Equipment Management 2010
Antenna Systems 2010
Electrical Manufacturing & Coil Winding Expo
Energy Efficiency Expo 2010
For program questions, contact Joanna Larez at 800-803-9488 x126.
For sponsor/exhibitor questions, contact Jeremy Fleming at 800-803-9488 x130.
To learn more visit the Thermal Management and Technology Symposium 2010 Website.
7355 E. Orchard Road, Suite 100
Greenwood Village, CO 80111 USA