EIC/EMCW Expo 2003 to be held in September
May 23, 2003
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More than 135 papers will be presented during 36 conference sessions to be held at the EIC/EMCW Expo 2003 from Sept. 23-25, 2003 in Indianapolis, IN, U.S. The papers will reportedly cover new technologies, new approaches, research results, and new developments for a variety of fields. Paper topics will include "Accelerated Oxidation Protocol for Unconventional Oils," "How to Achieve Lower Tolerances in Production Balancing Machines," "Public Policies to Accelerate the Adoption of Fuel Cells," "The New Reformatted NEMA MW-1000-2003 Standard for Magnet Wire," and more.

Conference sessions are to be organized by topical areas of interest to attendees. Expected attendees include design, manufacturing, production, and electrical engineers, technicians, chemists, product and project managers, quality control and assurance professionals, and others who work in the electrical manufacturing industry.

The Expo will feature 200 exhibitors with product lines ranging from electrical insulation and insulating materials to adhesives and bonding/welding equipment. EIC/EMCW has also added two new pavilions to the Expo. The Electrical Products Pavilion is to feature electrical components and materials and Transformer Engineering and Manufacturing will have its own specific pavilion.

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