SAE 2013 Fuels, Lubricants, and Aftertreatment Symposium: Achieving Fuel Economy and GHG Targets

November 18-21, 2013

Long Beach, California, USA

Hyatt Regency Long Beach


Why should you attend?

Keynotes from industry leaders - what are the obstacles? What is your impact?

A planned technical agenda focused specifically on BIO-FUELS, AFTERTREATMENT, and LUBICANTS - the only event with this technical focus

Networking and interaction with peers working on similar projects and with similar successes and challenges

What do you gain?

Hear the role BIO-FUELS are playing in the global marketplace as an alternative fuel - learn how the technology is changing and how players in other countries and regions overcome challenges to implementation.

LUBRICANTS are affecting fuel economy by improving vehicle system efficiencies - learn how the growth of lubricant development affects fuel economy of new vehicle design AND legacy vehicles. Meet the needs of customers by gleaning information on the efficiencies associated with adapting lubrication to meet targets.

Event content specifically geared towards the objective of meeting often stringent GHG regulations - gain solutions-oriented insight on research and application of burgeoning technology in AFTERTREATMENT.

Who should attend?

Key stakeholders responsible for maximizing fuel efficiency and minimizing greenhouse gas emissions
  • Engineers in R & D, product design and development, management, testing, and manufacturing
  • Marketing and sales leaders
  • Professionals from academia and research institutions
  • Engineers and agents from regulatory bodies

Related Resources

Areas of interest:

  • Alternative fuels
  • Bio-fuels
  • Additives for fuels
  • Lubricants
  • Emissions and emission control
  • Emission measurement
  • Catalysts
  • Particulate matter
  • Greenhouse gases
  • Low-Emission Vehicles (LEVs) and Zero-Emission Vehicles (ZEVs)