The Michigan Technological University Mobile Lab will be a featured exhibitor at the 2014 Battery Show – “The Expo for Advanced Batteries” – and the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo September 16-18 at Novi, Michigan, USA. The Michigan Tech state-of-the-art portable laboratory will be on site, and top faculty and researchers will provide in-depth seminars about a variety of battery topics and applications—power electronics, CAN communications, hybrid electric vehicles, and more.
Through the Mobile Lab (operating inside The Battery Show expo hall), Michigan Tech will offer 140-minute seminars taught by faculty experts, each meant to provide high-level professional development in a hands-on, experimental environment.
Who should attend: Engineers, technicians, professionals interested in electric machines, electrified powertrain systems, embedded controls, CAN-based controller-to-controller communication protocols, and managers who are new to batteries or want to broaden their knowledge in electrified powertrain systems.
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