Electronica & ProductronicaChina 2007
From 21 through 23 March 2007, electronica & ProductronicaChina in Shanghai will once again be placing its finger on the pulse of China's rapidly growing electronics industry. This region's premier trade show for electronic components and electronics production technology will be accompanied by trend-setting technical conferences and blocks of seminars on the industry's hottest topics.
One such event will be the "International Symposium on Trends and Future Requirements in Automotive Electronics, " for which qualified specialists can apply for a speaker slot by responding to the official call for papers.
At this symposium, electronica & Productronica China will be bringing together researchers, developers and automotive electronics specialists from the industrial and academic sectors on March 22nd and 23rd, 2007, at the Shanghai New International Trade Fair Center (SNIEC). The main topics for this event will be: power trains, sensors & sensor systems, fuel cells & hybrids, vehicle networks, electric power steering, infotainment, and simulation & testing.
The Symposium Committee will then decide if the proposed lecture will be accepted. The committee members are Professor Chenglian Yin from Shanghai Jiaotong University; Ping Ran, Siemens VDO Shanghai; Bernd Rucha, Freescale Semiconductor; Robert Tan, Infineon Technologies; Dr. Guozhong Wang, Mbtech Group, MB SIM Technology; and Dr. Thomas Stange from the German Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (ZVEI). Beyond this, the ZVEI will be participating in the concept planning for, and organization of, the Automotive Symposium.
Participants in the "International Symposium on Trends and Future Requirements in Automotive Electronics" will profit from the opportunity to sound out the industry and its trends at the most important event for the Chinese electronics market. Other events will be taking place simultaneously with electronica & ProductronicaChina: "PCIM China, " "LASER. World of Photonics China, " and "SEMICON China."
The program of accompanying events includes the noted "China Electronics Summit, " a panel discussion with top representatives from leading electronics companies, the International Connector Technology Forum (ICTF) 2007, the 2007 Senior Seminar on Application of Passive Components, the 2007 Senior Seminar on IC Design and Application of Mobile Communications, and the Flat Information Display Conference (FID) China 2007.
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