Marriott Chicago O’Hare,
Conference: October 20 – 23, 2019
Exhibition: October 21 – 22, 2019
Abstract Submissions Due March 5.
Undergraduate Engineering Students Call for Presentations.
The ASME Internal Combustion Engines Fall Conference (ICEF) is a premier conference on internal combustion engines and their applications. It features a robust technical paper program, two days of keynote speakers, work in progress poster session, undergraduate student competition, industry tour, and focused workshops. Attended by industry experts, academicians, students and professionals, ICEF aims to explore cutting edge of this important, and dynamic field. The conference explores fundamental advancements and technologies related to IC engines of various sizes ranging from automotive light- and heavy-duty engines to large bore engines for locomotive, propulsion and power generation applications. The conference provides an excellent networking opportunity for students and young professionals with leading industry experts.
Associate Professor, University of Minnesota
Director, Thomas E. Murphy Engine Laboratory
Manager, Computational Multi-Physics Section
Argonne National Laboratory
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