Energy & Propulsion Conference & Exhibition

November 12-14, 2024 | Columbus, Ohio

Connect with Key Players in Propulsion and Powertrain

Join us at the Energy & Propulsion Conference & Exhibition in November


The 2024 Energy & Propulsion Conference & Exhibition (formerly known as Powertrains, Fuels & Lubricants) is where the most promising new mobility technologies and pathways to electric propulsion and fuel efficiency will be revealed. From November 12-14, 2024, join leading scientists and design engineers from OEMs, academia, supplier companies and beyond to connect, collaborate and explore how to move powertrain performance forward as investment in electrical vehicles (EVs) grows around the world.

No one-size-fits-all solution will work across applications. That's why Energy & Propulsion offers content for light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicles, as well as on-road mobile machinery. A broad scope of topics will be covered, with a focus on new and developing technologies designed to meet clean and sustainable powertrain performance standards and regulations. No stone will be left unturned: We’ll cover hybrids, fuel cells, synthetic fuels, innovative ICEs and other avant-garde powertrain systems, as well as their components.

 

 

Event Venue

Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel
50 N 3rd Street
Columbus, OH 43215

New for 2024!

EV/hydrogen infrastructure track – focusing on industry, state, and federal agencies working together to expedite the development of a low carbon energy infrastructure.

In addition to the powerhouse technical program, you’ll make connections that fuel new solutions and opportunities through unparalleled networking opportunities:

  • Dedicated networking breaks and lunches
  • Special industry networking receptions
  • Engaging with exhibitors on the dynamic show floor

The 2024 Energy & Propulsion Conference & Exhibition technical program is planned in cooperation with the Coordinating Research Council (CRC).

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Keynote Speakers

James Gamble

Vice President, Engine and Power Solutions Technology 

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. André Casal Kulzer

Chair in Automotive Powertrain Systems, IFS Institute of Automotive Engineering, Univ. Stuttgart FKFS Board of Management, FKFS Automotive R&D

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Dr. Laurent Pilon

Program Director, ARPA-E

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General Chair

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Giorgio Rizzoni

Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering, The Ohio State University

Giorgio Rizzoni, the Ford Motor Company Chair in Electromechanical Systems, is a Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE) and Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) at The Ohio State University. He has served in his current role as Director of Ohio State’s Center for Automotive Research since 1999.

Rizzoni has advised more than 46 PhD and 112 MS students in his career and was recognized by the MAE Department with the Distinguished Graduate Faculty award in April of 2016. He is also the recipient of three Excellent in Undergraduate Teaching awards in the MAE department, of the College of Engineering Stanley and Peter and Clara Scott Awards for Excellence in Engineering Education. He has led inter alia three Department of Education (DOE) Graduate Automotive Technology Education Centers of Excellence, the participation of Ohio State in two DOE US-China Clean Energy Research Centers and multiple Ohio Third Frontier programs. He is currently leading the ARPA-E NEXTCAR program, with the aim of advancing energy efficiency in connected and automated vehicles, and OSU’s Advanced Air Mobility efforts.

Professor Rizzoni is a Fellow of IEEE (2004), SAE (2005) and ASME (2022). He received his BS, MS and PhD in Electrical & Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan.


Reasons to Attend

Elana Chapman
Energy and Emissions Regulatory Technical Specialist, General Motors
Vice Chair Event Planning Committee

Chris Tennant
Executive Director, Coordinating Research Center
Member of Event Planning Committee

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