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Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology

by ASME Santa Clara Valley Section
Thursday, August 29, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)
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Come join ASME Silicon Valley Section Technical Dinner Talk


"Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology"

Invited Speaker: Prof. Freidoon Barez, ASME Fellow

Dept. Mechanical Engineering , San Jose State University , CA  

Earn 1.0 Professional Development Hours*


Abstract: Dr. Barez will present an overview of the current state of technology related to Hybrid and Electric Vehicles and discusses the areas of opportunities for mechanical engineers to make contributions to this growing industry.

SPEAKER BIO: Dr. Fred Barez is a professor of Mechanical Engineering at San Jose State University and an ASME Fellow. Prior to joining San Jose State University, Dr. Barez made contributions to disk drive and semiconductor industries. His current research is related to energy efficiency, and Hybrid and Electric Vehicles where he has developed educational, research and service to community facilities.



 This event is graciously hosted by Electronics Cooling Solutions**

2915 Copper Road, Santa Clara, CA 95051


Dinner will be provided.
For any questions, please contact: asme.scvs (at)

PROGRAM (all times US Pacific):

  • 6:00 PM ~ 6:30 PM: Registration, Networking, and Dinner
  • 6:30 PM ~ 7:15 PM: Technical Talk
  • 7:15 PM ~ 7:30 PM: Q&A and Networking
  • 7:30 PM: Event ends

* Each engineer must determine whether this seminar meets the Board's requirements. PDH will be awarded if requested at the end of event. 1.0 PDH will be awarded for attending the entire seminar including Q&A session.

** From our host: Ever-increasing power density drives the need for high-quality and cost-effective thermal management resource. Electronic Cooling Solutions is that resource. We use state-of-the-art simulation and measurement tools and employ design and analysis methodologies that can be scaled to address emerging thermal challenges. This leads to a better thermal design.

Thank you to all the sponsors of the ASME Silicon Valley Section for making events such as these possible:


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