ASME Detroit Virtual Event: "Advancement in Vehicle CAE Analysis and STEM Outreach"

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  • ASME Detroit Virtual Event: "Advancement in Vehicle CAE Analysis and STEM Outreach"

    Join ASME Metro Detroit for a virtual event to learn more about Advancements in Vehicle CAE Analysis and STEM Outreach. This is amunique opportunity to hear about the latest Automotive Industry trends and Technology

    You will get to hear first hand from Engineers of FORD and TOYOTA! The presentations will also cover Automotive Industry STEM Outreach and encourage new generation of engineers.

    When: 25th November, 2020

    Time: 2 PM to 3 PM EDT

    Where: Online via Zoom

    1-PDH Hour Certificate will be provided to participants, per request.

    Register here for free!

    About the speakers:

    Allison Collins is a Materials Engineer at Ford Motor Company for body interior. Her career at Ford started with a rotational program in which she held various other positions including Polymer Laboratory Engineer, Seat Complete Engineer, Safety Test Engineer, and launch support on the 2020 Lincoln Aviator at Chicago Assembly Plant.

    Jaret Villarreal is an Engineer at TOYOTA Motor North America R&D, working in Advanced Powertrain department for Model Based Development and Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE). His industrial experience involves projects for Hybrid Vehicles at TOYOTA.

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