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EATON AND LUTZ WILL ADDRESS ENGINEERS AT CHRYSLER'S TECHNOLOGY EXPO JUNE 9 AND 10 AT CTC

 EATON AND LUTZ WILL ADDRESS ENGINEERS AT CHRYSLER'S TECHNOLOGY EXPO
 JUNE 9 AND 10 AT CTC
 AUBURN HILLS, Mich., June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- New technologies that could have application in the automobile industry will be presented by engineers and scientists from some of the country's leading non- automotive laboratories and research centers June 9 and 10 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Chrysler Technology Center (CTC) in Auburn Hills.
 Technology exchange is the purpose of the Chrysler Technology Exposition.
 Approximately 300 representatives from federally supported facilities and leading industrial R&D organizations will use exhibits, technical seminars and joint sessions to provide Chrysler engineers and suppliers with information about technological developments that could be used in the automobile industry.
 Chrysler Vice Chairman Robert J. Eaton will give the welcome address at 8:15 a.m. on Tuesday, June 9, in CTC's Education Center. Chrysler President Robert A. Lutz and T.J. Lee, director, NASA George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, will lead a plenary session on technology transfer at 8:15 a.m. on Wednesday, June 10, in the Education Center.
 "What we hope to gain from the exposition is an entree into the new technologies being developed by this country's leading R&D organizations," said Francois J. Castaing, Chrysler vice president, Vehicle Engineering.
 "We are looking for ways to improve our products and processes and to engage our suppliers in the transfer of this knowledge," Castaing said.
 Chrysler suppliers like TRW Automotive, Rockwell, G.E. Automotive, and Allied Signal will have booths at the exposition. They and non- exhibiting suppliers are attending to see what technologies they might gain from the labs.
 Other industrial research laboratories planning displays are ARCOR, Eaton Corp., FluroScan Imaging Systems, Inc., Litton Industries, Raychem, Sparton Electronics, Textron, United Technologies, and Westinghouse Electric Corp.
 Federally supported labs attending are Aerospace Research Center, Air Force Wright R&D Center, Ames Laboratory Iowa, Argonne National Laboratory, Army Benet Labs, Army Tank-Automotive Command, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Federal Lab Consortium, Goddard Space Flight Center, Great Lakes Industrial Technology Center, Idaho National Engineering Lab, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, John C. Stennis Space Center, John F. Kennedy Space Center, Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Lewis Research Center, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Mound Applied Technologies, National Institute of Standards & Technology, National Renewable Energy Lab, Naval Air Development Center, Naval Avionics Center, National Research Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Phillips Laboratory, Research Triangle Institute, and Sandia National Laboratories.
 Representatives from about 30 university schools of engineering are expected, including Michigan State University, Michigan Technological University, Wayne State University, University of Michigan and M.I.T.
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 /CONTACT: James E. Kenyon, 313-956-4664, or Karen Stewart, 313-956-1102, both of Chrysler/
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