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MESSAGE FROM GENERAL CHAIR
Thank you for your interest in the 8th Annual IEEE Energy Conversion Congress & Exposition (ECCE 2016) to be held September 18-22 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA, the heartland of the North America’s electric drive and electrical equipment industry.
ECCE is the world’s leading technical conference and exposition for energy conversion solutions: solutions that are innovative and practical, customer focused and cost effective. Over 1500 engineers, researchers, students, and other professionals from the broad spectrum of energy conversion, come to ECCE year after year to stay abreast of the research and tap into the concentrated brain trust assembled at our conference. ECCE is unique in our emphasis on integrated systems, presenting the best in contemporary energy conversion research alongside innovations from more traditional component topics. This year we have received a record number of digest submissions (10.7% over the previous record), an early indication of a larger than ever conference this year.
ECCE will offer keynote speeches, tutorials, oral and poster technical sessions, special/industrial sessions, industry expositions, town hall meetings and student activities. Our plenary speakers will include Prof. Arun Majumdar from Stanford University and former Director of ARPA-E, Mr. Blake Moret, Senior Vice President of Rockwell Automation, and a few other prominent leaders from academia and industry. We are very pleased to announce that Rockwell Automation, Eaton Corporation, General Motors, Danfoss, ABB, and Wolong Electric have pledged their support for the conference, creating an even stronger industrial relationship and relevance.
We welcome you to participate in ECCE2016 as a presenter, an attendee, an exhibitor, a sponsor, a volunteer, or any combined role of the above. Together we help to deliver a more sustainable future.
John Shen, General Chair
Updated on March 14, 2016
2015 ECCE Conference
This conference broke the attendance record set in Pittsburgh in 2014 with an over 1450 attendees. This number and the record-breaking digest submissions, continued our year of year participation increase. This sustained growth is built on our tradition of premium quality of our technical programs and papers. The ECCE 2015 papers have been delivered to IEEE Xplore. The conference also held a very successful exhibit which included over 50 exhibitors and interactive student demonstrations. Download the 2015 Conference Program.
WEMPEC Open House, Friday, Sept. 23
Please plan to spend an extra day in Wisconsin on Friday, the day after the conference (Sept. 23), visiting WEMPEC in lovely Madison, less than two hour’s drive west of Milwaukee. Find out more here: WEMPEC Open House
Fun in Milwaukee
Wondering where to eat in Milwaukee? With James Beard Award-winning restaurants, acclaimed microbreweries, inventive bars and a farm-to-table community that will satisfy even the most devout locavore, Milwaukee offers a place and a taste for all visitors.
Doors Open Milwaukee
Saturday, September 19th and Sunday, September 20th, 2015 | 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
The fifth annual Doors Open Milwaukee event will open the doors to over 150 wonderful buildings free-of-charge to the public –buildings that hold hidden treasures and special stories – from churches to office buildings, theaters to work sites, museums to hotels, clubs to universities; all sites of historic, architectural, cultural, or commercial interest.
More About ECCE
ECCE is the foremost IEEE conference in the field of electrical and electromechanical energy conversion. ECCE2016, to be held in the heartland of the North America energy conversion industry, will feature both industry-driven and application-oriented technical sessions, as well as industry expositions and seminars. It will provide engineers, researchers, and professionals a perfect blend of state of the art, technical prowess and commercial opportunities in one attractive location.
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