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ENERGY SOURCES AND PROCESSING SEGMENT
The Energy Sources & Processing Segment (ESP) engages groups and individuals developing content focused on energy sources, converting sources to raw materials and fuels, or designing products, materials, systems or services used in these energy source and processing industries. The Segment focuses on planning, developing and delivering technical events and content that is vital for industries involved with petroleum, natural gas, petrochemicals, coal, shale, LNG, pipelines, processing plants and pressure vessels.
Staff Contact: Jamie HartENERGY CONVERSION AND STORAGE SEGMENT
The Energy Conversion and Storage (ECS) Segment engages groups and individuals developing content focused on energy conversion across a wide variety of applications such as fossil and nuclear power generation, solar, wind, fuel cell and a variety of other energy conversion and energy distribution technical areas including gas turbines. The Segment supports technical event and content planning, development used in designing products, materials, systems or services used in these energy conversion industries and applications.
Staff Contact: Camille Cruz AlfonzoENGINEERING SCIENCES SEGMENT
The Engineering Sciences Segment (ESS) engages groups and individuals developing content focused on fundamental engineering sciences used in a broad range of technical industries and applications. The Segment supports technical content development in Heat Transfer, Fluids, Environmental Engineering, Advanced Materials, Applied Mechanics, Bioengineering and a range of other disciplines. The Segment technical research and event and content development that is often multi-disciplinary in nature and can be applied in fields such as aerospace, automotive, energy and manufacturing.
Staff Contact: Timothy GravesDESIGN, MATERIALS AND MANUFACTURING SEGMENT
The Design, Materials and Manufacturing (DMM) Segment engages groups and individuals developing content and events in fundamental engineering design, materials and manufacturing content areas. The Segment supports technical content development in a wide range of advanced design, materials and advanced manufacturing that is applied in almost every commercial industry. The Segment supports technical research and event and content development that is often multi-disciplinary in nature and that can be applied in fields such as additive manufacturing, computer engineering, medical devices, aerospace, automotive, robotics and general manufacturing.
Staff Contact: Timothy Graves
GAS TURBINE SEGMENT
The Gas Turbine Segment (GTS) engages groups and individuals developing content focused on gas turbines. The Segment supports technical event and content planning, and development used to improve the design, application, manufacture, operation and maintenance, and environmental impact of all types of gas turbines, turbomachinery and related equipment. Staff Contact: Angelique Vesey
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