Saturday, November 8

Formula SAE Workshop

8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
University of Michigan-Dearborn
Institute for Advance Vehicle Systems (IAVS) Building
4901 Evergreen, Dearborn

All SAE student chapters are invited to this interactive workshop designed to provide valuable information to make your Formula SAE design team more successful. Students are encouraged to bring their Formula SAE vehicles to discuss challenges and share ideas with fellow student members. A recruiter will be available to discuss job opportunities. Be sure to bring a resume.

The workshop will consist of a morning session where speakers will cover various topics relating to the Formula SAE Competition, and a selection of breakout sessions in the afternoon. Lunch will be provided.

WebEx will be offered up until the breakout sessions. It is highly recommended that students attend in person in order to get the maximum value of the workshop.

Who Should Attend?
SAE Student Chapter members from your school are invited to attend – targeting students from freshman through junior classes to assist future projects.

What Will Be Covered? Click here for detailed agenda

*   Competition Overview
*   Team Organization
*   2015 Rules Changes
*   Business Logic Case
*   Sponsorship Overview
*   Design Considerations
*   Fasteners
Breakout Sessions

°   Design Practices
°   Suspension & Steering
°   Aero
°   Powertrain
°   Fasteners

Click here for abstracts.

Fees – per student
$10  Pre-registered SAE Student Member
$15  Non-member and/or SAE Student Member registering day of event
$20  WebEx with code (up to two computers) – code will be provided to participants prior to the event

To pay by credit card

Please select the Register button below for online payment, and email your completed Registration Form to Lynn Rucker.

To pay by check

Please mail your completed Registration Form with a check made payable to: (Check payments must be received prior to the event.)

SAE Detroit Section
28535 Orchard Lake Rd., Ste. 200
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

For questions, contact Lynn Rucker at (248) 324-4445 ext. 5.

Hosted by University of Michigan-Dearborn

Sponsored by solidThinking, Kaz Technologies, Mechanical Simulation Corporation,
VR3 Engineering, Performance Electronics, DASI Solutions/DS SolidWorks,
and The Timken Corporation