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A benefit for Engineering and Advanced Technology at Macomb Community College
Location: Macomb Community College - Sports & Expos Center
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Location: Detroit, MI
Target Audience: Industry Professionals and Practitioners
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The first Auto STEAM Days event will be October 19-20, 2016. This event combines the CAAT's highly successful Automotive Design and Engineering Career Expo with Macomb's Robotics, Engineering, and Technology (RET) Days event. Auto STEAM Days will feature two sectors: The Automotive Design and Engineering sector will feature exhibits by General Motors, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Ford Motor Company, and Magna. There will also be a car show that let's students sit behind the wheel and talk to real automobile designers and engineers. The Manufacturing and Technology sector will offer exhibits by American Axle & Manufacturing, Macomb Community College, Siemens, and Bosch. Special thanks to our 2016 Auto STEAM Days event sponsors: Magna, AAM, Bosch, KUKA Robotics, Siemens, and Oakland University! Registration is now open.
Did you miss the webinar? We have the slides and presentations available! Fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) are now being sold in California, and the hydrogen delivery infrastructure to support them is coming online. Automotive technician training for FCEVs is needed for this developing technology. This webinar explains the operational characteristics of proton-exchange membrane fuel cells, compares them to other energy storage systems, and outlines new fuel cell educational programs. The webinar is available in our Resource Library.