CAE Hosts Electric Vehicles Conference
Kent State’s College of Aeronautics and Engineering recently hosted the Northeast Ohio Manufacturing for EV Conference. More than 100 people attended this event featuring industry experts and focusing on the $400 billion electric vehicles supply chain.
The conference was hosted in partnership with the Smart Manufacturing Cluster of Northeast Ohio and included attendees from the automotive, aviation, aerospace and charging station industries as well as manufacturers, entrepreneurs and start-ups.
Workshops covered a wide array of topics including: Electric Vehicle Mobility Overview, Automotive and Aerospace Legacy Supply Chain, Success Stories, Resources, Networking and Getting Started.
The CAE is recognized as a global leader embracing a unique synergy of aeronautics, engineering, and technologies that inspires diverse talent to innovate and improve lives. The college’s in-demand curriculum is strategically paired with research initiatives that provide opportunities for students and support area manufacturers in pioneering sustainable innovations in energy, materials, manufacturing and design. The CAE is at the forefront in research enabling novel engineered systems for a smarter, more secure and more sustainable world. From advanced fuel cells and green energy solutions to additive manufacturing of engineered systems, we are cultivating research that transforms ideas into reality and ensures that future generations inherit a healthy environment.
The event was presented in partnership with Team NEO, JobsOhio, Magnet, Ohio Manufacturing Extension Partnership, BRITE Energy Innovators, Manufacturing Works, Ohio Aerospace Institute, Youngstown Business Incubator and Jumpstart.