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Advancements in Battery Technology & Power Management
Chicago, United States - 11th & 12th April 2006
Conference / congress

The 2006 Advancements in Battery Technology & Power Management conference will highlight innovations in new battery designs, chemistries, power management, testing systems and charging technology, as well as the latest market trends affecting the industry. The audience will include OEMs, design engineers and power integrators who are interested in learning about the latest capabilities, design issues, trends and market forecasts in batteries and battery-powered products and systems.

Use these two days to network with peers, professionals and potential business partners involved in technology solutions serving a variety of applications. Learn the latest products, services and technologies available and discover what is on the horizon.

The event will be organized to provide numerous opportunities for networking including refreshment and networking breaks, peer discussion sessions, Q&A sessions with leading technology experts, daily luncheons, reception, and tabletop or portable exhibits.

11th & 12th April 2006

Lincolnshire Marriott Resort

The registration fee for conference attendees is $995.

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