Date: 18th July 2017
Romax India User Forum 2017 - 'Transmission to Transformation'
18th July, Novotel, Pune
20th July, Hilton, Chennai
REGISTRATIONS FOR THE INDIA FORUM PUNE ARE NOW CLOSED
If you would still like to attend our India Forum, there are still a number of spaces for Chennai - 20th July
Building upon the success of our first India User Forum in 2016, we are pleased to announce that our second India User Forum will take place on 18th July in Pune and 20th July in Chennai.
Aimed at engineering professionals within OEMs in the automotive, industrial, off-road, bearing and marine industries, the Romax India User Forum is the perfect meeting place to learn more about electro-mechanical drivetrain design, analysis and optimisation, technology integration and process optimisation.
This year's Forum will offer a selection of keynote speakers from Industry and Government discussing Industry 4.0 and the future of design and development, design-to-manufacture simulation and the impact that these will have on future transmission and drivetrain technology.
Romax will also discuss in detail our new R17 software solution which introduces ground breaking new capabilities in electric powertrain simulation and analysis. Romax solutions continue to lead the marketing in transmission and drivelines NVH simulation, bearing contract analysis, gear technology and process integration and automation.
User Forum Highlights
To register, please complete our registration form.
For more information on our India User Forum 2017 please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our Pune Office on +91 20 6720 1800.
18th July 2017 - Romax Speakers
Dr Melanie Michon, Team Leader - Electrification, R&D
Melanie has gained a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Sheffield, and MSc and BEng degrees in Electrical Engineering from Eindhoven University of Technology and Hogeschool Limburg in The Netherlands, respectively. She has sixteen years of professional experience leading to a strong expertise in the fields of electrical machines and power electronics for automotive and renewable energy applications. She joined Romax in April 2014 as R&D Programme Manager, where she has managed a range of collaborative R&D projects in automotive, aerospace and wind and successfully set up partnerships and gained funding for collaborative research. Her current role involves developing and commercialising new electro-mechanical design and analysis capabilities, as well as continuing to seek new opportunities for research partnerships.
Dr Jamie Pears is the Head of Product Management at Romax Technology. He has an MSc and PhD in Physics from Nottingham University, UK. As Product Manager of CONCEPT and RomaxDESIGNER, as well as overall Head of Product Management, Jamie is involved in setting the overall direction of the Romax Technology software products, communicating with customers and directing the software development team.
18th July 2017 - Keynote Speakers
An M2M/IoT expert and evangelist, Narendra is a qualified professional with 18 years of progressive experience in Telecom, M2M/IoT & Industrial IoT (IIoT), Smart Manufacturing and Digital Transformation. He currently works in the capacity of a consultant in IoT & Digital Manufacturing - Industry 4.0 with Tata Technologies.Mr. Saini is associated with M2M/IoT Asia Pacific group as Chief Evangelist; and with TSDSI & TEC for IoT standard development in India. He is an alumnus of IIT - Delhi & Roorkee and holds dual masters in Science & Technology. Mr. Saini is also supporting several startups and contributing as mentor & adviser towards strategy & innovation to support the Technology Startup ecosystem in India.
Kishor Nikam holds a master’s degree (M. Tech.) in chemical engineering from IIT Bombay (Indian Institute of Technology). He has over 19 years of professional experience and currently leading Engineering Simulation and HPC Center of Excellence (CoE), which is a part of larger Design to Manufacturing (D2M) CoE. Prior to joining TCS, he has worked with TATA-CRL, Intel Corporation, Applied Thermal Technologies and Flowmaster. His main areas of interest are engineering simulations, computational fluid dynamics, thermal management, product development and testing, high performance computing and project management. He has published over 25 research papers at national and international levels and filed two patents.
Mr Neelkanth Marathe is Senior Deputy Director in ARAI, Pune and heads the Power Train Engineering division. He is responsible for engine and transmission design and development projects.
With more than 30 years of experience, Mr Marathe has led several major engine R&D projects for both domestic and overseas OEMs. He has designed and developed a good number of new engines from a clean sheet, many of them have been commercialised successfully.
His individual domain strength and expertise include cylinder head & port design, crank-train design, valve-train design, engine layout & packaging, combustion tuning and emission reduction, etc., specialising in diesel engines used in a variety of uses ranging from a small 3-wheeler to a large heavy duty defence applications.
Mr Marathe has graduated in mechanical engineering from University of Jabalpur - India. He has authored several technical papers in International and National conferences. He is an active member of “Standing Committee on Emissions for Genset Diesel engines”. He is also Chairman of the BIS TED-2 committee for “Prime-movers and Transmissions”.