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October 2018

World Energy Engineering Congress 2018

October 17, 2018 - October 19, 2018
Charlotte Convention Center, 501 South College Street
Charlotte, NC 28202 United States
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Exhibiting at booth# 309. The WEEC is the one truly comprehensive event where you can fully assess the "big picture" and see exactly how the economic and market forces, new technologies, regulatory developments and industry trends all merge to shape your critical decisions, as well as define what specific steps are needed to achieve optimum energy efficiency and performance within your organization.

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AICHE Annual Meeting

October 28, 2018 - November 2, 2018
David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA United States + Google Map

Presenting two technical papers: “A Framework for Chemical Kinetics Extraction Based on Reactive Molecular Dynamics”, Srujan Rokkam, Kiran Sasikumar, Raghavan Ranganathan, Peter Cross, Rick Burnes. Session: Reaction Engineering for Combustion and Pyrolysis. Date: Sunday, October 28, 2018. “Enhanced Gasification Reactor Designs for Maximizing Gas-Particle Interaction,” Quang Truong, Srujan Rokkam, Matt Flannery. Session: Poster Session: Advances in Fossil Energy R&D. Date: Monday, October 29, 2018.

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November 2018

Directed Energy Day 2018

November 15, 2018
Mary M. Gates Learning Center, Arlington, VA United States + Google Map

Exhibiting The 2nd Annual Directed Energy Symposium will provide a forum to discuss the efforts to develop and leverage DE technologies in support of U.S. national security needs and battlefield overmatch. The symposium will focus on Service and DoD DE roadmaps, DE’s role in National security and the future Force, R&D initiatives, acquisition and funding updates, and much more.

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January 2019

AHR 2019

January 14 - January 16
Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA United States + Google Map

Exhibiting at booth B4075 The AHR Expo is the world’s largest HVACR event, attracting the most comprehensive gathering of industry professionals from around the globe each year. The Show provides a unique forum where manufacturers of all sizes and specialties, whether a major industry brand or innovative start-up, can come together to share ideas and showcase the future of HVACR technology under one roof. Since 1930, the AHR Expo has remained the industry’s best place for OEMs, engineers, contractors, facility…

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February 2019

Micro and Nanoscale Phase Change Heat Transfer

February 2 - February 9
Lucca, Italy,

Presenting Technical Paper:  "Dropwise Condensation on Low Thermal Conductivity Surfaces” (Sean Hoenig) Processes involving phase change are critically important in a wide variety of fields such as energy conversion, chemical and petroleum processing, microelectronics cooling, MEMs devices, coating and self-assembly. The phase change occurring in these systems is governed by hydrodynamic, interfacial and intermolecular forces that drive the exchange of mass, momentum and energy between the phases and dictate the rate and extent of change that can occur. This GRC…

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Photonics West 2019

February 5 - February 7
The Moscone Center, 747 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103 United States
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Exhibiting at booth 2563 Floor Presentation: Advanced Thermal Management Solutions for High Power Laser Applications Kim Fikse, Advanced Cooling Technologies Thermal management technologies help deliver high performance solutions in high powered devices. Join us to learn about active pumped, passive heat pipe and thermal storage solutions from ACT. Date: Thursday 07 February 2019 Time: 10:30 AM Location: Demo Area 1 (Hall ABC South)  

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NETS 2019 Nuclear and Emerging Technologies for Space

February 25 - February 28
Richland, WA,

Exhibiting NETS is the premier annual gathering of individuals from NASA, national laboratories, industry, and academia for discussions on space nuclear power and propulsion as well as new and emerging technologies to further space exploration capabilities. NETS is a topical meeting of the American Nuclear Society (ANS) and is hosted by the Aerospace Nuclear Science and Technology Division and the ANS Eastern Washington Section. The 2019 meeting will be held at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the heart of…

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March 2019

The Energy Water Nexus: Drier Watts and Cheaper Drops

March 7
2318 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC United States + Google Map

Presenting: Dr. Richard Bonner, VP of R&D, Advanced Cooling Technologies Inc. House of Representative Hearings, Subcommittees: Energy (116th Congress)

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TMS 2019 – The Mineral, Metals, and Materials Society Annual Meeting

March 10 - March 14
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, TX United States + Google Map

Presenting: “A Generalized Peridynamic Framework for Modeling Corrosion Mechanics, Damage and Failure in Metallic Alloys” Srujan Rokkam, Masoud Behzadinasab; Max Gunzburger; Nam Phan; Kishan Goel, Symposium on: Advances in Computational Methods for Damage Mechanics and Failure Phenomena – March 14, 2019 (Thurs) 9:00 am “A Simplified Nonlocal Multiphysics Model for Local Corrosion”  Eitan Lees; Sachin Shanbhag; Srujan Rokkam; Max Gunzburger, Symposium on: Advances in Computational Methods for Damage Mechanics and Failure Phenomena - March 14, 2019 (Thurs) 9:20 am "Physics-based…

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WEBINAR: Pumped Two Phase Cooling – The Solution for High Heat Dissipation and More

March 13 @ 2:00 pm - 2:30 pm

REGISTER NOW for this free webinar Pumped Two Phase Cooling – The Solution for High Heat Dissipation and More The demand for more functionality in smaller footprints is growing across the product spectrum.  To address the more challenging thermal management requirements resulting from this trend, packaging engineers are beginning to turn to Pumped Two Phase (P2P) cooling solutions. P2P has demonstrated benefits in heat dissipation capability, temperature uniformity, space claim, and power requirements, but it has been inaccurately perceived as…

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