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Empowering Engineers to Advance Electric Machine Design

Date and Time:
Wednesday, May 31, 2023 - Thursday, June 1, 2023  
8:30 a.m. ET - 5:00 p.m. ET 

University of Michigan - Dearborn 
4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128

Event Overview

Join us for this in-person two-day event, May 31st and June 1st, at The University of Michigan – Dearborn. This event will offer you the opportunity to:

  • Gain insight into Ansys' engineering simulation strategy and how Ansys solutions address industry-specific challenges and demonstrate new product features and solution-based workflows.
  • Learn from industry experts showcasing their use of Ansys simulation from General Motors, Ford, and other automotive leaders.
  • Discuss simulation challenges with Ansys experts.
  • Learn about the latest Ansys acquisitions.
  • Network with industry peers and Ansys staff.

The two-day event will provide an opportunity for motor designers to learn about the latest technological developments in e-machine design and simulation. Participants will be able to discuss their motor design challenges and best practices with Ansys design experts and developers of our motor software solutions. Over two days, the event will feature a combination of technical presentations from experts in E-machine design, the latest features in the software, and advanced modeling clinics led by our motor design team. 

Who should attend:

Any industry engineer working in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, fluid dynamics; engineering directors and managers; and engineering team members who work in electric motor powertrain,  motor electromagnetic design, EE, and ME electric machine design. 


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Keyu Chen
Keyu Chen

Keyu Chen is a senior NVH engineer at BorgWarner, focused on noise and vibration control of electric machines using simulation. Chen received his Mechanical Engineering Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky in 2020 and is a native of Chongqing, China.

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Alireza Fatemi

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Jingchuan Li

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Lathom Luoco

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John Morgante

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Keld Rasmussen

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Mike Rubbo

Michael Rubbo is a Senior Principal Engineer with the Motion and Drives group of Nidec Motor Company. With over 30 years of experience leading product development and applied research projects over various motor topologies, production volumes, machine ratings, and applications, Rubbo’s academic work specialized in Electric Machines and Power Systems, and focused his career on the design, development, and commercialization of variable speed, power-dense machines for traction, servo, and distributed power applications. His electric machine-related subject matter expertise includes power frequency electromagnetics, electric power systems, and applied heat transfer, with a special interest in practical, computationally efficient, optimal design approaches for electric machines, including significant use of the Ansys Motor-CAD multi-physics software. 

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Narges Taran

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Zifu Wang

Zifu Wang is an Engineering Director at Hitachi Astemo. Wang leads the motor and drive unit design teams. Before joining Hitachi Astemo, Wang worked at Jing-Jin Electric North America and the University of Michigan. Wang holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Lille, France, and is an MBA candidate at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.