Attendees

300

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Exhibitors & Sponsors

30

+

Countries

30

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Papers

80

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Keynotes

3

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Attendance

+300 attendees, +25 exhibitors, +7 sponsors
+30 countries represented from 3 continents (North America, Europe, Asia)

Keynotes

3 full days of thought-provoking presentations
+80 papers, 3 keynotes

Opportunities

Ample networking opportunities including welcome reception and gala dinner

In-depth knowledge

Professional development courses
Tours through manufacturing facilities

This is one of the greatest opportunities to get and share information on the latest technology of small engines and their products. Exhibits are also helpful to get real and tangible knowledge and experience and the networking activities are truly valuable for expanding business and academic scope

Yoshihiko Kimura
Senior Expert at HONDA R&D

About the conference

This long standing event offers up-to-date information on the state of technology, safety and sustainability for small engines.

We will be discussing the challenges and developments in small engine technology from OEMs, suppliers and academia from around the world. Vehicles discussed range from ATVs, scooters and motorcycles to portable power generators, lawnmowers and hand tools.

LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE

SAE International would like to thank the Organising Committee
for their support and dedication

  • William Attard, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles
  • Kai Beck, ANDREAS STIHL AG & Co. KG
  • Brian Callahan, Achates Power Inc
  • Francesco Catapano, Istituto Motori-CNR
  • Derek Cleasby, Bosch Engineering GmbH
  • Silvana DiIorio, Istituto Motori CNR
  • Giovanni Ferrara, University of Florence
  • Giovanni Ferrara, University of Florence
  • Ken Fosaaen, Kerdea Technologies
  • Jaal Ghandhi, University of Wisconsin Madison
  • Thomas Lago, QirraSound Technologies Europe AB
  • Michael Marcella, Maxima Racing Oils
  • Luca Marchitto, Istituto Motori-CNR
  • Nagesh Mavinahally, Meggitt Control Systems
  • David Palmer, Bombardier Recreational Product Inc.
  • Paul Richards
  • Stephan Schmidt, Graz University of Technology
  • Leonid Tartakovsky, Technion Israel Inst of Technology

SMALL ENGINE TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE