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Join us today and unlock your full potential for success in the rapidly changing world of engineering and technology. UW-Madison’s College of Engineering (COE) is a leading professional development organization dedicated to empowering engineers and technical professionals with the skills and knowledge necessary to thrive in their fields. We offer a wide range of cutting-edge courses designed to enhance professional growth and provide opportunities for career advancement. Our expert instructors, both faculty and industry veterans, deliver engaging and practical training sessions that bridge the gap between theory and real-world applications. Whether you are looking to deepen your expertise in a specific technical area, stay abreast of the latest industry trends, or broaden your skill set to adapt to evolving challenges, UW-Madison’s College of Engineering is your trusted partner in engineering professional development.

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Modern Powertrain System Controls New

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  • May 28-30, 2024 (D275)
    Madison, WI or Live Online
Have a basic understanding of all levels of architecture, from system to component, scaling, and selection for application. Understand basic control theory. Be conversant in the requirements and design of system, subsystem, and component control strategies. Have a working familiarity with the development process for hardware, software, and systems design.

Engine Exhaust Aftertreatment Aging

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An expert taught, self-paced, online course detailing internal combustion engine exhaust aftertreatment aging.  This course yields a detailed look at both spark and compression ignited catalysis, impacts of aging and modes of deactivation.  Delivered by a researcher, and catalysis innovator, this course provides a unique opportunity for both real-life experience and text book knowledge.

Introduction to Traction Power and OCS Systems

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This course will provide an introduction of typical light rail and commuter rail traction power systems. A great introduction for those new to the topic and also for those who will be taking the full 2-day Fundamentals of Traction Power Systems and Overhead Contact Systems course. This is a recorded on-demand on-line course. You will receive course material and access to the instructor for follow-up questions. You will also receive 2 PDH’s (Professional Development Hours) and a certificate of course completion.

Batteries for EV Applications

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  • Not scheduled at this time. Click the course title for program description and contact information.
Energy storage in batteries is rapidly evolving technology that is a critical component of xEV systems.  Learn the fundamentals of batteries: key parameters, performance metrics, sizing, safety, form factor, management (BMS), cost drivers, and second life.

Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Design Boot Camp

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Advance your knowledge in various power conversion technologies for the hybrid and the electric vehicle in this intermediate to advanced course. You will learn about architectures, electric machines, power electronics, and energy storage technologies and their application in this rapidly evolving, multi-disciplinary industry. 
Discipline: Mechanical
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