Co-Optimization of Fuels and Engines Symposium

October 9-10, 2018 │ Plymouth, MI

The SAE 2018 Co-Optimization of Fuels and Engines Symposium is the source for the most critical technical information about the latest research into fuel properties and engine design characteristics exploring both near- and long-term solutions for affordable, scalable, and sustainable biofuels and high-efficiency, low-emission vehicle engines.

The purpose of this year’s inaugural event is to provide researchers and other interested stakeholders a forum to discuss the wide variety of co-optimization related research efforts underway internationally across the light-, medium-, and heavy-duty sectors.

Global efforts are underway to conduct research on both fuels and engines in a collaborative fashion to find the best properties that yield the cleanest and most efficient designs. Through these findings, industry, policymakers, and other stakeholders are being provided with the scientific foundation and market intelligence required to make investment decisions, break down barriers in commercialization, and bring new high-performance fuels and advanced engine systems to the market sooner.

Join SAE International to investigate new tools, data, and knowledge needed to accelerate future generations of fuel and vehicle innovations.