WARRENDALE, Penn — Developed by engineers, for engineers, the technical program at the 41st Brake Colloquium & Exhibition – BRAKE 2023 — is designed to help inform the global brake community about the latest industry technologies and strategies.
The annual SAE program runs Nov. 12-15 in San Antonio, Texas. The organization announced topics, technical programs and the keynote presentation for BRAKE 2023.
Dr. Graham Conway, Staff Engineer & Manager of the Low Carbon Technology Section at Southwest Research Institute, will provide the keynote address at 8:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 13th.
“Early to Mass Adoption: How Do We Meet a Low Carbon Passenger Vehicle Future? 2030 to 2035” will be the topic of Dr. Conway’s keynote.
The program is designed to help attendees stay on top of increasing complexity and system integration with presentations and panels led by high-level experts, standards developers, and solution providers from original-equipment manufacturers and Tier I and II suppliers. Focus areas include commercial vehicles, passenger cars, trucks and SUVs.
In addition, according to the organizers, BRAKE 2023 will feature five critical conversations with leading experts regarding Technology, Application, and Regulation:
– Voice of the OEM
– EURO7 Standards
– AI and Braking
– What’s Next for Hub Unit Technology
– Brake Standards
Biography of Dr. Graham Conway:
Dr Conway is a Staff Engineer & Manager of the Low Carbon Technology Section at Southwest Research Institute. His group leads research in the areas of low-carbon fuels, carbon capture, fuel-cells and life cycle analysis. He leads many of the Institutes research programs which aim to improve decarbonize the transport sector to meet future standards in global markets.
Dr Conway is passionate about educating the public and policy makers on the benefits and challenges with different powertrain types. He obtained his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Leeds in the U.K. in 2012 and has worked at the Southwest Research Institute since 2015.