The American Society of Engineers (ASME) will be hosting their annual International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition in Denver, Colorado from November 11-17th. This premier global conference focuses on exploring new solutions for global challenges, and brings together engineers, scientists, and technologists of all disciplines to discuss important research topics and breakthrough innovations that are shaping the future of engineering.
The keynote topic for this year’s exposition is Energy and Water: Two Vital Commodities. A panel of industry experts will explore the energy-water nexus, discussing how these fundamental commodities share a crucial interdependence. Other technical program tracks include, but are not limited to:
• Dynamic systems and control
• Fluids and thermal systems
• Advances in aerospace technology
• Heat and mass transport processes
• Energy systems analysis, thermodynamics, and sustainability
The conference will also include a hands-on innovation workshop for both K-12 teachers and engineers, and will additionally feature a student design competition, where engineering pupils will submit their proof-of-concept prototypes for rain energy conversion. For more information about the ASME conference, check here