ASME Metro Detroit Section & University of Michigan Student Section: Controls System Development Using Model Based Design

April 07 4:00PM - April 07 5:00PM, 2022

07 April 4:00 - 07 April 5:00, 2022

Thursday - Thursday
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ASME Metro Detroit & the U of M Student Chapters Present: "Controls System Development Using Model Based Design" on April 7, 2022 @ 4 PM EDT. This event marks a continuation of the "Industry Days" event series being hosted by the ASME University of Michigan chapter, in order to help Undergraduate Engineering students gain an insight into various industries where Mechanical Engineering skills are applied. The event will focus on the emerging space of Controls System Development Using Model Based Design. With the growing use of digitization for traditional engineering applications, this field encompasses a variety of increasing mainstream applications, combining Mechanical Engineering, with Electronics and Computer Science. The aim of this event will be to give students an opportunity to learn more about the industry, and to ask any questions they may have. The session will feature a panel, consisting of professionals involved in the field who will discuss the following topics: * Vision for a digital future; * Controls systems: overview and evolving applications; * Emerging challenges, current frontiers for controls technology; * Interaction of Mechanical Engineering skills with other domains (particularly software and electronics domains); * Model Based Design: Overview and Evolving Applications; and * Advice for students who would like to get involved with the fields. In addition, a part of the schedule would be reserved for the audience in attendance to ask questions of the panelists. The event will be sponsored and supported by the ASME - Metro Detroit Section, and will be moderated by an Officer of the ASME University of Michigan Student Section. The event will take place on Thursday April 7 @ 4 PM and will be hosted virtually on Zoom to remain accessible to as broad an audience as possible. Further, we welcome seasoned professionals to join in this event also, as it can give them an over view current technology developments within the energy industry and hopefully add any mentoring advice to the group during our Q&A session. The event is open to members and non-members.

Venue & Location

More Venue & Location Information

Virtual event on April 7, 2022 at 4pm Eastern Time (U.S. & Canada)

Event Host

ASME Metro Detroit Section - Detroit, MI, USA

Additional Information

This event is being organized by volunteers of the ASME section.

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