May 23-24, 2018
- Engineers (with specialities in waste heat recovery (WHR) and internal combustion engines)
- Policy Makers from Governmental Organizations
- Academics from Research Institutions
- Environmental Specialists working in Industry
- Engineering Students
Benefits of Attending
- A multidisciplinary overview of addressing our WHR needs, with insights from industry, academia, policy makers, and startups.
- Understand the business and ethical opportunities offered through innovating in WHR.
- Share experiences and potential solutions with other participants
- The SAE program provides the latest research and developments on WHR contributions to engine efficiencies
- Visit some of the most advanced facilities managing Waste Heat Recovery.
- Widen your professional network through a dedicated program of activities.
Emergency Procedures During This SAE Event
During this SAE event attendees are to follow the established emergency guidelines of the facility where the emergency occurs. Based on the location of the incident, report emergencies to the nearest venue representative and/or security personnel if available, or report to the SAE operations office onsite. Should a catastrophic event occur, attendees should follow the safety and security instructions issued by the facility at the time of the event. This includes listening for instructions provided through the public address system and following posted evacuation routes if required. In case of an emergency, or a major disruption to the schedule of the event, attendees and exhibitors may call the below number to receive updated information on the status of the event. Updates will also be provided via the SAE website at www.sae.org and event mobile app. SAE Emergency Hotline