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Our host for this year’s summit is The University of Texas at Austin’s Center for Electromechanics, the largest university-based electromechanics research and development facility in the country.
EPRS sessions will take place at the AT&T Hotel and Conference Center on the campus.
The Center for Electromechanics is at the forefront of research for electrical and mechanical engineering, working closely with the Department of Energy on projects to improve the grid.
For more than forty years the CEM has designed and developed high-speed rotating machines to produce pulsed, high-power generators for industrial and military applications. The CEM works alongside the government and industry on collaborative projects including system modeling for microgrids and hydrogen fuel celldevelopment.
Summit attendees will have an opportunity to tour the center and learn more about the work they do there firsthand.
Find out more about the CEM at the University of Texas website.