September 12-16, 2022
John S. Knight Center, Akron

The Tire Mechanics Short Course is a five-day educational and developmental course that provides engineers and scientists with an in-depth, intense study of developments surrounding tire engineering. The course is designed for practicing engineers, chemists and scientists concerned with tires and vehicles, and those who have an engineering or science background at the bachelor of science level.

University of Akron

The basic and practical aspects of the mechanics of pneumatic tires will be introduced by internationally renowned experts in tire mechanics. Extensive and detailed course notes prepared by each instructor will be provided for all participants along with a 700-page e-book The Pneumatic Tire edited by Dr. Allen Neville Gent and Dr. Joseph Walter.

Those who complete this course will receive a certificate from The University of Akron. Review the program, which also includes speaker bios.

The 51st Tire Mechanics Course will be held Monday, September 12 through Friday, September 16, at the John S. Knight Center, Akron, Ohio concurrently with ITEC 2022 Tire Manufacturing Exhibition & Conference. The Tire Mechanics Short Course requires a separate registration.

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Early bird rates available through August 12, 2022.

Full Session (Early Bird) - $1,950.00

Single Day (Early Bird) - $595.00

From August 13 through September 16, the standard rates will apply.

Full Session (Standard Rate) - $2,255.00

Single Day (Standard Rate) - $715.00

Includes daily lunch and free entrance to the ITEC exhibition and networking receptions.

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Course Information

Dr. Benjamin T. F. Chung
Department of Mechanical Engineering
The University of Akron
Akron, OH 44325-3903 USA
(330) 972-7739
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