Contribute your expertise to America’s longest running and largest gathering of brake professionals.
The annual SAE Brake Colloquium, now in its 38th year, remains the preeminent gathering place for leading industry experts to gather and share advancements, innovations, and do business around brake systems and friction materials.
The Technical Program Committee invites you to contribute to the advancements in braking by sharing your expertise and submitting a technical paper for consideration as part of the 2020 Brake Colloquium program. This is your opportunity to increase your profile among the over 800 attending global industry professionals and decisions makers – including executives, engineers, researchers and academic professionals – who make the Brake Colloquium a must-attend event on their calendars.
The Colloquium covers critical scientific and standards development impacting entire braking system including rotor, caliper and pad design and development. Submissions are open for topics across industry segments, including:
- Cars, Trucks and SUV’s
- Commercial Vehicle
- Performance and Aftermarket Vehicles
- Wind Turbines
- Multimodal Transportation
Move your industry forward and shape the future of brake development.
Submissions are due by March 8, 2020
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Available Until August 6, 2020
What three critical impacts should you consider when designing tomorrow’s brake systems? Join The Brake Report, SAE and brake experts from Ford, Zoox, Federal-Mogul, and KB Autosys for our August 6, noon EDT webcast. We’ll discuss how braking systems are being transformed by hybrid and electric vehicle systems, ADAS, AEB and other automated features, and upcoming regulations and standards.
Join us in San Antonio, Texas – a city rich in history and booming with modern attractions!
You’ll spend 3 ½ days immersed in technical sessions, but will still have time to enjoy the beautiful scenery and luxurious accommodations at our conference hotel, the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa. The resort provides an inspired retreat amid 600 acres of oak-covered hills. Enjoy modern rooms with countryside views, renowned on-site culinary concepts, a PGA-certified golf course, a sprawling aquatic park, and more.