ETTN is creating a virtual education series designed specifically for its members. The program, which will begin in 2022, is a subdivision of SEMA Virtual Education and will target automotive engineers.
“We’re taking a deep dive into the world of automotive engineering and offering ETTN members quality content in bite-size segments,” said Roberta Prucka, PhD, Clemson University. “By collaborating with the industry’s best talents to share their knowledge and expertise on topics that engineers are most concerned about, we will be giving ETTN members the best and most relevant program available.”
The new ETTN virtual education program will host simulive sessions that are 30-45 minutes long. Topics will range from electric-vehicle (EV) technology, to advanced internal combustion engine designs, and emissions treatment systems. The session content and format is designed for engineers!
Stay tuned to SEMA eNews, ETTN social media and your email in early 2022 for information on how to register.