This workshop will identify challenges and build convergence around the theme of multifunctional energy and power.
August 7, 2019
Zachry Engineering Education Complex
125 Spence Street
College Station, Texas 778403
Demand for light-weight vehicles and aircraft has increased due to concerns over efficiency, and mechanically integrated energy and power offers potentially mass and volume savings as well as increased safety through the integration of energy generation and storage devices with structural load-bearing components. As an additional benefit, energy and power mechanically integrated into its parent device offers simplification in design, light-weighting, and extremely low form factor. This workshop will bring together individuals from industry, national labs, and academia for team-building, networking, and information exchange.
This workshop is supported in part by a National Science Foundation Engineering Research Center Planning Grant and by the Texas A&M University Energy Institute.
Registration will open online in May.
Use the code XXX at The George.
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