Thermal Management Expo North America opens in April

The flagship event of the global Thermal Management Expo portfolio, Thermal Management Expo North America is a unique, free-to-attend exhibition and conference that connects senior engineers and key decision-makers with suppliers specialising in thermal systems and materials.

Co-located with Ceramics Expo, the event will take place from April 29 to May 1, at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan, USA.

Professionals working across sectors such as automotive, aerospace and defense, electronics, energy, telecoms/5G and medical will gain the opportunity to delve into the latest systems, materials and technologies to address thermal management challenges, and also engage in networking and in-person engagements.

Global market-leading suppliers and manufacturers will be exhibiting, including Alloy Enterprises, Burger Group, Henkel, Huber, Linseis, Parker Hannifin, TCLAD, Thermtest and Stirweld.

The free-to-attend conference will feature sessions led by technical experts from prominent companies such as Intergalactic, Heraeus, Blueshift, Diabatix, Neural Concept and ZF Group. These sessions will provide insights into thermal management systems and design, covering topics such as supply chain optimisation, electric vehicle (EV) thermal management, data-centre cooling, thermal design and AI, thermal simulation, microelectronics and semiconductors.

Exhibition director Ipek Saltik said: “Thermal management assumes a critical role in every application. This annual event stands as a beacon of innovation, facilitating invaluable exchanges of insight, advancements and best practices, driving forward the future of thermal management.”

Driven by advancements in new and emerging technologies, such as the rising demand for EV battery cooling and the miniaturisation of electronics within the 5G and telecoms sectors, the global thermal management market is projected to be worth $85.49 billion by 2030.

Registration is now open, and Thermal Management Expo North America encourages interested visitors to pre-register for free at