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Billing itself as a conference with the most comprehensive education program for professionals in the advanced battery industry, this three-day event offers sessions in battery technology; hybrid and electric vehicle (H/EV) technology; and critical power. There is also a free showcase with more than 600 cutting-edge suppliers represented, and an Open Tech Forum to share promising battery and H/EV technologies yet to hit the market. Takes place at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan.
European Microwave Week comes to Spain for the first time ever. Bringing industry and academia together, EuMW 2018 is a six-day event, including three cutting edge-conferences and one trade and technology exhibition featuring leading players from across the globe. EuMW 2018 provides access to the latest products, research and initiatives in the microwave sector. It also offers the opportunity for face-to-
face interaction with those driving the future of microwave technology.
There are three separate but complementary conferences. Spanning the length of the week, starting from Sunday 23rd September, the conferences and workshops are scheduled as follows:
• European Microwave Integrated Circuits Conference (EuMIC) 24th-25th September 2018
• European Microwave Conference (EuMC) 25th-27th September 2018
• European Radar Conference (EuRAD) 26th-28th September 2018
• Plus Workshops and Short Courses 23rd - 28th September 2018
• In addition, EuMW 2018 will include for the 9th year, the Defense, Security and Space Forum on 26th September 2018.
The conferences encompass a wide range of subject areas including:
• Microwave, Millimetre-wave and Submillimetre-wave Systems
• Antennas and Propagation
• Wireless Technologies
• Telecommunication (RF, Microwave and Optical)
• ICs, Semiconductor Materials and Packaging
• Radar Architectures, Systems and Subsystems
• Sensors and Remote Systems
• Test and Measurement
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A one-day expo held each year in New York, Los Angeles and London designed to connect startups with the resources they need to grow.
Focusing on multiphysics simulation and its applications, the COMSOL Conference 2018 is held in several destinations worldwide; in the U.S., it will be held in Boston from Oct. 3-5.
The conference brings together people in the simulation community around the world to discuss and exchange best practices for mathematical modeling and numerical simulation. The event features parallel sessions on structural mechanics, acoustics, electromagnetics, fluid flow, heat transfer and chemical reactions. Highlights include:
The COMSOL Conference 2018 will also be held on the following dates in these locations:
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