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AETC Proposals Now Being Accepted

Scheduled to take place Dec. 5-6 in conjunction with the Performance Racing Industry Show in Indianapolis, the 28th annual Advanced Engineering Technology Conference will feature expert technical speakers that deliver a platform for engine-technology information exchange.

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SEMA-LogoAutomotive technology experts can submit proposals to be a part of the 2017 Advanced Engineering Technology Conference.

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Speaking proposals are now being accepted for the 2017 Advanced Engineering Technology Conference (AETC), an engineering conference for the performance automotive industry that gives attendees a firsthand look at some of latest technological advances in engine design and performance.

Scheduled to take place Dec. 5-6 in conjunction with the Performance Racing Industry Show in Indianapolis, the 28th annual Advanced Engineering Technology Conference will feature expert technical speakers that deliver a platform for engine-technology information exchange. Event organizers are especially interested in speakers who are experts in engine technology cross-over from varying motorsport focuses, including circle track, formula drift, truck and off-road, Formula E and green performance.

“The Advanced Engineering Technology Conference offers attendees a look at some of latest technological advances in the automotive industry,” said SEMA Senior Director of Education Zane Clark. “In addition, networking at the AETC results in priceless camaraderie and endless opportunities. We encourage industry experts to submit a proposal to be a part of this year’s AETC lineup.”

AETC proposals should be technical in nature and no longer than one page and must include:

  • A title
  • Description
  • Three primary learning objectives (what the audience will learn)
  • Summary of industry relevance/impact

Speaking proposals can be sent to Zane Clark at [email protected]. The deadline is March 31.

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