Registration for the CCEFP Summit, scheduled for October 22-24, 2019 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is set to close on Friday, October 11.
The event program features the latest developments in fluid power research projects, including projects awarded research supplements from the NFPA Foundation in 2018. Topics include energy conversion, storage, fluid power components, and surface modification.
Attendees will dive deeper into these topics with invited talks from research experts, industry presentations from alumni, and lab tours. Networking lunches and dinners throughout the event will provide time for industry representatives, professors, researchers, and students to make valuable connections with others in the community.
NFPA members are welcome to attend this summit. The CCEFP is offering two registration categories for industry – one for NFPA members who are also CCEFP members, and one for NFPA members who are also Pascal Society donors. An NFPA member who wishes to attend the summit and who is neither a CCEFP member nor a Pascal Society donor should first contact Eric Lanke at email@example.com or (414) 778-3351.
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Learn more about the projects featured at the event and access slides from previous CCEFP Summits here.
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