Thermal Management Systems and Materials 2023
Date: June 15, 2023
Venue: Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel. 21111 Haggerty Rd., Novi, MI 48375 USA
ITB’s next automotive thermal conference for 2023 showcases thermal solutions for electrified drive and battery systems, passenger cabin comfort and safety systems, plus conventional/hybrid powertrain heating and cooling technologies. One theme is integration of hardware and software to reduce cost and increase value. In one day you will meet OEMs with engineering challenges, and companies throughout the supply chain with improved technologies and solutions. This annual conference promotes exchanging ideas and sets the stage for future discussions, meetings, and business collaborations.
Key topics for the conference are shown in the diagram below:
Planning for Thermal Management Systems and Materials 2023 is underway and opportunities to become part of our event as a presenter, sponsor and/or exhibitor are available. We welcome organizations to join your industry colleagues, consider presenting, and showcases key technologies and developments shaping the future for thermal management systems, components and materials. Click the links on the right for full conference details.
For questions or to reserve your space and confirm your participation at our upcoming conference, please contact Mr. Bryan Eldredge, Program Director, The ITB Group.
Tel: +1 (248) 380-6310 • Email: email@example.com
Note: The safety of our clients is The ITB Group’s number one priority. ITB continues to monitor the global pandemic and adhere to state and government guidelines to provide a safe meeting environment at our conferences.
Vice President - The ITB Group
Mr. Osborne leads vehicle efficiency, thermal and fluid management initiatives at The ITB Group. He has been developing and implementing strategic visions as a executive in several organizations for 25 years. Over the past 35 years he has accumulated extensive experience in automotive development, including experience working in Europe and China as well as the United States. Areas of his automotive specialization are vehicle efficiency, thermal and fluid management, fuel systems, and communications networks. Mr. Osborne holds Master’s degrees in Engineering and Management from MIT and a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from General Motors Institute.