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Awards at the Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress

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Awards at the Society of Automotive Engineers World Congress

SAE World Congress Outstanding Oral Award

Amit Bhave and Jon Etheridge from the Computational Modelling (CoMo) Group presented five technical papers at the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) World Congress, in Detroit, USA, 13-15 April 2010.

Amit, an Affiliated Research Fellow in the CoMo Group, has been awarded the SAE World Congress Outstanding Oral Award for the technical paper, Moving Toward Establishing More Robust and Systematic Model Development for IC Engines Using Process Informatics.

At the Detroit event's industrial exhibition, Amit also represented cmcl innovations which was awarded the Industry Innovator 2010 and the AEI 2010 Tech Award in the category of simulation software. The team'sStochastic Reactor Model suite, an advanced engine simulator for fuels, combustion and emissions was also featured in an article entitled Emissions reduction through advanced engine models.

SAE World Congress is one of the most reputed engineering conferences for the automotive industry with attendance topping 10,000, mostly from engineering and executive disciplines.

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