Events


February 20, 2019
2/20/2019 - 2/20/2019

A look at 2019 sales and production forecasts and get insights from leading industry experts on how the outlook could change this year. Register

Location: Faurecia Tech Forum, Auburn Hills, Michigan

Target Audience: General Public;Industry Professionals and Practitioners

February 23, 2019
2/23/2019 - 2/23/2019

Girl Scouts in grades 4-12 will explore the fields of engineering and technology. 

- Hands-on, classroom-based engineering activities led by female engineers will share information on their careers and the cool projects they work on.

- Cadette-Ambassadors will see a movie titled, DREAM BIG: ENGINEERING OUR WORLD

- Special sessions for parents to share and discuss the importance of STEM for girls

$10.00 fee includes lunch and snacks, a patch, and all the supplies needed. Registration deadline is Feb. 15 or sooner if capacity is reached.
For program questions, contact Karen Chappell at chappell@gssem.org. For registration questions, please contact helpdesk@gssem.org.

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Location: Macomb Community College, South Campus

Target Audience: Students

March 02, 2019
3/2/2019 - 3/2/2019

An opportunity for high school students and their families to tour Macomb’s campus, explore Macomb’s 200 academic programs, learn about early admission opportunities, meet Macomb students, faculty and staff, and have all their questions answered. Register

Location: Macomb Community College, South Campus, Building K

Target Audience: Students

March 08, 2019
3/8/2019 - 3/8/2019

The Workforce Intelligence Network (WIN), will present labor market data from the 3rd quarter of 2018 and an overview of the American Center for Mobility (ACM) industry skills survey. ACM is partnering with MAGMA and WIN to conduct industry outreach. Survey responses will help MAGMA and ACM build curriculum with high relevance for the mobility industry.

 

Other invited speakers include talent and development leaders from Robert Bosch LLC. Additional speakers, location, and  registration instructions will be announced in the coming weeks. Light breakfast and networking starting at 8:30. $25.00 Event fee, Register

Location: Location yet to be announced

Target Audience: Educators;Industry Professionals and Practitioners

March 27, 2019
3/27/2019 - 3/29/2019

Featuring key influencers and decision makers from OEMs, Tier 1’s... Learn about the most critical opportunities and challenges for vehicle cybersecurity to include ECU security, over the air updates (OTAs), V2V/V2I communications, securing embedded systems, and much more! 


Participate in our Interactive Discussion Groups, Workshop Sessions, as well as tracks and panel discussions. With 125+ attendees, you will be able to network with security professionals from a multitude of organizations. More information...

Location: Embassy Suites by Hilton, 19525 Victor Parkway, Livonia, Michigan

Target Audience: Industry Professionals and Practitioners

April 09, 2019
4/9/2019 - 4/11/2019

Three days of expert-led technical education and peer-to-peer networking on a technology-driven exhibit floor with global mobility solutions that are shifting the marketplace. All aspects of the mobility industry are represented including IoT, Big Data, automated and unmanned vehicles, safety, blockchain, powertrain to sustainability and cybersecurity. More...

Location: Cobo Center, Detroit

Target Audience: Industry Professionals and Practitioners

May 10, 2019
5/10/2019 - 5/10/2019

Electric vehicle development and the educational requirements needed to develop the supporting workforce. Featuring key note speaker Jeff Lowinger, President, eMobilty, Vehicle Group, Eaton. Registration Opens Soon. More Information...

Location: Macomb Community College, South Campus

Target Audience: Educators;Industry Professionals and Practitioners;Researchers

Global Automotive Lightweight Materials Detroit 2018

The rapid transition to a new generation of EV, autonomous and ICEV platforms, architectures and lightweight structures is driving new opportunities for advanced technology adoption and engineering innovation, but also creating potentially disruptive challenges for vehicle designers, engineers and their suppliers.Conference website


Location: Detroit, MI
Target Audience: Industry Professionals and Practitioners