Thermal Management Systems Symposium

October 10-12, 2017

Plymouth, Michigan, USA

The Inn at Saint John's

Justify Your Attendance

Below you will find several helpful tips and documents for you to demonstrate that your attendance at the Thermal Management Systems Symposium is a valuable investment.

Write a Letter to Management
Do you need help getting approval to attend TMSS? If so, download our customizable Dear Boss letter to submit a memo to your supervisor demonstrating the value you and your organization would receive from your attendance at TMSS.

Be Money Conscious
In today’s challenging economic environment, it’s important to save money where you can. The lower your expected expenses are, the more likely your trip to TMSS will be approved by management.

Book your room in the TMSS hotel block to take advantage of specially negotiated rates, and be sure to register before September 8, 2017, to take advantage of early-registration discounts.

Attend as Many Content and Networking Sessions as Possible
Attendees will have access to daily technical sessions ranging in a variety of topics relating to ground vehicle thermal management technologies include:
  • Air Conditioning
  • Refrigerant
  • Thermal management
  • Fuel Consumption
  • Maintenance
  • Power Systems
  • Propulsion
  • Safety
  • Systems Engineering
Attendees can participate in the ample networking opportunities with engineers, business professionals, executives, students and professors from Tier 1 suppliers, OEMs, chemical companies, and academia. Learn from leading experts from around the world and bring back ideas to your organization for immediate implementation.

Create a Post-Event Trip Report
Once your manager sees the number of the new business contacts you made, what you have learned and how that knowledge can be applied across your company, they will be more inclined to send you to TMSS again – or even join you next year! Download a sample trip report.

Share Your Knowledge with Your Coworkers
Bring your TMSS materials back to the office to share with your coworkers. For example, the Event Guide is an extremely valuable resource that includes information on the robust list of exhibitors. You can also offer to present your learnings at a future staff meeting and position yourself as a subject matter expert.

 

Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors
  • Gentherm Logo
  • Hanon Systems Logo

Silver Sponsors
  • Honeywell logo

Bronze Sponsors

Conference Supporters
  • ATA logo
  • Borgwarner logo
  • Chemours logo