SAE 2014 Light Duty Emissions Control Symposium

December 9-10, 2014

Troy, Michigan, USA

Troy Marriott

Symposium Organizers William J Imoehl, Continental and Dr. Louise Arnold, Johnson Matthey Explain Why You Can't Miss This Year's Light Duty Emissions Control Symposium

What can I expect to find at SAE 2014 Light Duty Emissions Control Symposium?

"As a relatively small event for SAE, the networking possibilities are very good and unavoidable. The technical presentations are on a very high level with a wide variety of participation including regulatory authorities, suppliers, OEMs, oil companies and others. As the symposium focuses on technologies to conform to upcoming emissions regulation, many new and unique technologies are discussed."
William J. Imoehl
Senior Technical Expert
Continental Automotive Systems

Who should attend? What will attendees take away from the symposium?

"If you are interested in emissions - legislation, big picture, new technologies - then this is the one for you. There will be a broad spectrum of OEMs, scientists, industry experts and influencers speaking and attending. The 'take aways' will be: what are the challenges for emissions? And how are we all going to meet them?"
Dr. Louise Arnold
Technology Director, Emissions Control Technologies
Johnson Matthey

What sets the SAE 2014 LDE Symposium apart from other industry events?

"In my opinion, I found the variety of presenters and the intimacy of the event very conducive to interaction among the participants. In addition, the time allowed for presentation and questions allowed for a good understanding of the material."
William J. Imoehl
Senior Technical Expert
Continental Automotive Systems

What draws YOU to this symposium?

"For all of us it is important that these exchanges occur and that people come together - so it is only fair to get involved and make sure it happens. I am grateful that I am in a position to be able to help. I think the LD ECS is a great way of getting together and sharing all of the innovations and ideas that move this area, and all the industries involved in it, forward."
Dr. Louise Arnold
Technology Director, Emissions Control Technologies
Johnson Matthey

"The subject matter of this symposium is very important to our business. I was asked by an associate from Corning to present and participate in the organizing committee last year."
William J. Imoehl
Senior Technical Expert
Continental Automotive Systems

How has attending past SAE LDE Symposia impacted your career?

"The biggest impact was the knowledge gained through discussions with the participants. Coming from the engine control side, I also found it very helpful to see the advances in aftertreatment systems as in some ways they are competing technologies for what I do."
William J. Imoehl
Senior Technical Expert
Continental Automotive Systems