Upcoming Webinars: Automotive

Technical Ceramics: Reshaping the Possible in Electric Vehicles

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Components manufactured from technical ceramics are helping to advance electric vehicle technologies. These high-performance materials can help extend system life, improve range, and increase safety in battery electric and hybrid vehicle applications.

This 60-minute Webinar provides a brief overview of technical ceramic material properties and how they can outperform metals and polymers in EVs. It also includes a technical discussion of the following types of components and their advantages in e-mobility applications:

  • Silicon nitride bearing balls and rolling elements for EV motor shafts
  • High thermal conductivity substrates for power electronic modules and device packaging
  • Technical ceramic engineered components, including high-voltage battery packs, traction motor cooling systems, and high-voltage connection points (inlets, busbars, relays, etc.)

The in-depth discussion examines how using these unique and highly customizable materials in e-mobility systems can enable cutting-edge technologies.

An audience Q&A follows the technical presentation.

Speakers:

Steve Pawlowski, Director of Strategic Marketing, Automotive, CoorsTek

As Director of Strategic Marketing at CoorsTek, Steve Pawlowski develops the company's automotive market strategy. Steve previously served as Director of Sales at Eaton. He holds an MBA from the University of Michigan, a master of science degree in systems engineering from the University of Florida, and a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Detroit, Mercy.

Mike Melancon, Application Engineering Manager, CoorsTek

Mike Melancon leads the CoorsTek application engineering team responsible for creating and capturing new opportunities through Design for Manufacturing and customer collaboration. Prior to taking on this role, he held numerous roles within the CoorsTek sales organization and previously worked for Kyocera Industrial Ceramics. Mike holds a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from North Dakota State University College of Engineering.

Moderator:

Lisa Arrigo, Editor, SAE Media Group

About CoorsTek: A leading global manufacturer of technical ceramics in the automotive, semiconductor, energy, and medical industries, CoorsTek has more than 400 proprietary material formulations as well as vast manufacturing and process capabilities.

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Automotive