By Eric Lanke
Registration is now open for the next CCEFP Summit, which will take place at the University of Minnesota, May 19-21, 2020.
- Fluid Power Energy Conversion & Storage
- Coatings and Fluids Efficiency Improvement
- Pumps, Motors, and Valves Efficiency Improvements
- Fluid and Electric Power Integration
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.
And, because of NFPA’s support of the summit through our research supplement program, we have five complimentary registrations to offer to interested members. If interested, contact Eric Lanke at firstname.lastname@example.org. The free passes will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Registration and full Summit information can be found at: https://www.ccefp.org/engagement/summits/
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