Technical Conference Presentations and Professional Development Courses are invited for the following areas:
- Case Studies on A-620 Success
- Quality Requirements
- ESD Impacts on Harness
- ESD Transmission through Harnesses
- Hi Frequency Cabling
- X-ray Inspection Techniques
- Crimping Challenges/Dos and Don’ts
- Crimp Cross Sectioning
- Wire Harness Troubleshooting
- Reliability Issues and Failure Analysis
- Wiring Harness Education and Training
- Coil Winding
- Connector Advances
- Process Equipment/Productions
- Ultrasonics Splicing and Terminating
- Harness Design Drawings Engineering
- Testing – Electrical/Environmental/Mechanical
- Electric Vehicles (EV)/Electric Mobility
- Cleanliness and FOD
- Wiring Harness Rework
WHMA/IPC plans to expand the Educational Offerings at EWPTE in support of our mission to lead, educate and connect with companies in the cable and wire harness industry. We invite engineers, researchers, academics, technical experts, and industry leaders to submit proposals for technical conference presentations and professional development courses for the Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo (EWPTE), to be held May 16-18, 2023, at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, WI.
Two options to present:
Technical Conference Presentations
Proposals are invited for 30-minute or 1-hour technical presentations as part of the EWPTE Technical Conference. Engineers, researchers, academics, technical experts, and industry leaders are encouraged to share new technical data, significant results from experiments and case studies, emphasize new techniques, discuss trends of interest, and contain appropriate technical test results. Options for topics are listed above. Previously unpublished work is encouraged but not mandatory.
Professional Development Courses
Proposals are invited for 2-hour or 4-hour (two 2-hour sections, offered as part 1 & part 2) professional development courses. Course content should be designed to deliver new information, skills, or techniques related to the cable and wire harness industry. Course format can be didactic seminars or hands-on workshops. Engineers, researchers, academics, technical experts, and industry leaders are all encouraged to propose course content. Options for topics are listed above.
Submit a Proposal for either Technical Conference Presentations or Professional Development Courses:
Submit a proposal for the presentation that includes an approximate 300-word abstract/summary of the presentation. Please include what the audience will learn from the presentation, and who will benefit from attending the presentation. All proposals for Technical Conference Presentations and Professional Development Courses are due on or before December 5, 2022.
- Proposals due on or before December 5, 2022
- Acceptance by December 20, 2022
- Presentations are due for review by March 14, 2023
- Final presentation revisions due April 11, 2023
For more information about the Electrical Wire Processing Technology Expo’s Conference, please contact Julia Gumminger, IPC/WHMA Manager, Professional Development and Events at firstname.lastname@example.org.