Golf Outing
Friday, September 25
7:00 a.m. Registration/Breakfast
8:00 a.m. Shotgun Start
Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center
8768 North Territorial Rd., Plymouth

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Help fund the SAE Detroit Section Scholarship and STEM Programs

The day will begin with a networking breakfast followed by a shotgun start (scramble format) and end with a sit-down dinner. Fox Hills is proud to be a Certified Audubon Sanctuary golf course providing the best in course conditions while being dedicated to the care and preservation of the environment.

The jewel of Fox Hills is the Golden Fox, an upscale links-style 18-hole championship course, designed by Arthur Hills. Reminiscent of the great Scottish seaside courses, it features prairie grasses, wetlands, steep bunkers, and large gently-undulating bent-grass greens.

The golf outing is open to SAE members and non-members. Each foursome leader will be notified by email approximately one week prior to the event with hole assignments and registration details. Space is limited.

Golf fees include a golf cart, complete event scoring, hot breakfast, lunch on the turn, dinner, awards, and non-alcoholic beverages (cash bar for alcoholic beverages).

Individual - $175 ($200 after August 3)
Foursome - $600 ($800 after August 3)
*Hole Sponsor - $800 ($1,000 after August 3)

Sponsorship Opportunities:

Gold Sponsor $2,500
- Four foursomes
- Lawn sign with company logo
- Company logo on print material
- Sponsor sign
- 10x10 onsite display space
- Two full-page ads in online Supercharger publication

Silver Sponsor $2,000
- Three foursomes
- Lawn sign with company logo
- Company logo on print material
- Sponsor sign
- Full-page ad in online Supercharger publication

Bronze Sponsor $1,500
- Two foursomes
- Lawn sign with company logo
- Company logo on print material
- Sponsor sign
- Full-page ad in online Supercharger publication

*Hole Sponsor $800 ($1,000 after August 3)
- One foursome
- Lawn sign with company logo
- Company logo on print material

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Sponsorship Terms and Conditions

Important Note: Registration will close September 10 (or when sold out). No onsite registration or refunds after September 14. Times are subject to change due to speed of golf. Please note, alcoholic beverages are neither supplied nor purchased by SAE Detroit Section. SAE advises attendees to drink responsibly and exercise good judgement at SAE events.

For more information, email Roxanne Loeffler or call (248) 324-4445 ext. 3.

 
Golf Outing
2020 GAMIC Winners
Tuesday, September 29
 4:00 - 5:30 p.m. EDT
(Complimentary virtual event)

The Global Automotive & Mobility Innovation Challenge (GAMIC) originated in 2008 via the SAE Detroit Section. Typically, the finals are held at SAE International's WCX World Congress Experience, however, due to the pandemic, they were held virtually this year with 12 finalists from over 80 applications worldwide. The GAMIC winners share more than $300,000 in-kind commercialization services and cash, focused on facilitating introductions to top North American decision-makers and influencers. SAE Detroit Section is pleased to offer the presentations of these top-class winners.

The 2020 winners will be presenting information such as development of early-warning technology to predict battery failure and potential fire and explosion hazard in EV lithium-ion battery modules, a platform to simplify AI workflow management for perception-heavy applications, a smart AI software to observe, predict, and classify pedestrian behavior for autonomous vehicle performance and safety, as well as a unique and robust composite structure to reduce vehicle weight and maximize crash-force energy dissipation.

Moderator
Fabian Koark, American Manager, INVENSITY Inc.

Speakers
Hossain Fahad, Founder, Serinus Labs
Yaser Khaligh, Founder, Caliber Data Labs
Assam Alzookery, Founder, INTVO
James Lancaster, Founder, Tesseract Structural Innovations

REGISTER HERE

For more information, email Stephanie White or call (248) 324-4445 ext. 6.

Sep 29

GAMIC Winners

Virtual Event
Mobility Talks: The State of Talent in Mobility
Wednesday, September 30
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. EDT
(Complimentary virtual event)

In this new mobility era, there is still much to be discovered as it pertains to how talent will emerge and transform, and even what new skills will soon need to be trained. One in nine American careers will be directly affected by mobility technology in some way during the next three decades. That is why groups like SAE Detroit Section, Michigan Mobility Institute, and the Mobility On-Ramp Collaborative are connecting with professionals that are engaged in this hiring transition, mining the data that informs how we should be looking at preparing for this kind of human capital conversion.

Moderator
Dexter Sullivan, Program Manager, Michigan Mobility Institute

Presenters
Amy Ellis, Talent Aquisition Manager, Slalom
Wendy Kolassa, Director of Talent Aquisition, Robert Bosch LLC
Rick Whitney, Client Partner, Slalom

REGISTER HERE

For more information, email Roxanne Loeffler or call (248) 324-4445 ext. 3.

 
 
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The Hype Cycle: Tracking the Impact of Emerging Automotive Technology
Thursday, October 15
11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. EDT
(Complimentary virtual event)

As the world's leading research and advisory company, Gartner is quick to recognize the impact of automotive technology. Gartner’s 2020 Hype Cycle pinpoints significant changes that automotive technology will have on society and business over the next five to ten years.

Join Michael Ramsey, Vice President, Analyst, Gartner and Bill Visnic, Editorial Director, Mobility Media, SAE International for a live casual conversation discussing the Hype Cycle for emerging automotive technologies. Topics discussed will include digital personalization, 5G, autonomous vehicles, electric vehicles,connected car platforms, and much more.

REGISTER HERE

For more information, email Stephanie White or call (248) 324-4445 ext. 6.

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Girls Learning Engineering and Mentoring (GLEAM) Panel Discussion
Thursday, October 22
4:00 - 5:00 p.m. EDT
(Complimentary virtual event)

The Girls Learning Engineering and Mentoring (GLEAM) panel discussion is for high school students to help promote gender diversity and inclusion focusing on networking and mentoring across topics that are of interest to women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) professions.

The discussion aims to engage, educate, and empower students on the facts and issues regarding gender diversity in STEM, and provide an opportunity to learn, ask questions, and hear personal experiences from female professionals in the automotive industry that are very engaged with SAE.

Anyone is welcome to register, including parents/guardians. The discussion will be geared toward high school students, particularly females who are thinking of majoring in engineering, science, or technology fields.

Panelists
Amalia Batori, Director Sales, Robert Bosch LLC
Maura Chmielowiec, Design Release Engineer, High Voltage Hardware & EVSE, General Motors
Missy Chmielowiec, Software IRT Co-Chair, General Motors
Laura Wontrop Klauser, Cadillac Racing Program Manager, General Motors

Join us for this fun, free, informative panel discussion and network with new people in the engineering and the automotive industry.

Important Note: You must register in advance to receive the link and password. For more information or to submit questions by October 19, email Roxanne Loeffler or call (248) 324-4445
ext. 3. Due to time constraints, all questions may not get answered.

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REGISTER HERE

 
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The Parade Company Detroit Studio Tour
Thursday, November 5
8:30 - 10:00 a.m.
9500 Mt. Elliott, Studio A, Detroit

Registration closes November 2

This tour will allow SAE members and their guests to learn more about the Parade's fascinating history, explore the 200,000 square-foot story land of floats and see how the award-winning artisans bring them to life.

Take a journey through the unique creative kingdom, marvel at the world's largest collection of papier-mâché heads that resemble local icons and famous characters. The Parade Company costume shop warehouses over 3,000 costumes. Designed and created in our Detroit studio these costumes make a colorful array of characters come to life.

Don't miss out on this magical ParadeLand experience, that provides an exclusive behind the scenes look of America's Thanksgiving Parade®. It's fun for all ages!

Agenda
8:30 - 9:00 a.m.    Check in
9:00 - 10:00 a.m.  Tour

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Important Note: Tour is limited to SAE members and their guests. Registration will close on November 2. No on-site registrations or refunds after October 29.

For more information, email Stephanie White or call (248) 324-4445 ext. 6.

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Mobility Talks: Opportunities for Training in Mobility
Wednesday, November 11
3:00 - 4:00 p.m. EDT
(Complimentary virtual event)

Mobility is a fast-changing, high-growth industry, with a plethora of avenues for self-starter learning. As a talent development specialist, HR leader, or mobility professional, you may be left asking the question, “What mobility path is the best?”. This session will further define training opportunities that are available and have proved effective for those interested in mobility careers.

We will also highlight the power of the SAE Detroit-MMI partnership, and some of the phenomenal work that these two industry training leaders are doing to positively affect Detroit’s mobility landscape.

Moderator
Jessica Robinson, Chair, Michigan Mobility Institute

Presenters
Rachel Perschetz, Director, Education & Workforce Initiatives, Detroit Regional CEO Group
Stacey Stevens, Senior Product Manager, Professional Development, SAE International
Michelle Wein, Director of Research and Regional Initiatives, Workforce Intelligence Network

REGISTER HERE

For more information, email Roxanne Loeffler or call (248) 324-4445 ext. 3.

 
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