Ten Emerson employees spoke at the conference hosted by Perdue University’s mechanical engineering school July 16-19.

Officials from Emerson Climate Technologies were among those presenting papers at Perdue University’s 2012 conferences.

Ten Emerson employees took part in the conference hosted by the university’s mechanical engineering school July 16-19. More than 600 international attendees discussed high-performing buildings, refrigeration and compressors.

“The biennial Purdue conferences are important forums for presenting compressor, refrigeration and air conditioning research results and technology,” said Rajan Rajendran, Ph.D., vice president of engineering services and sustainability at Emerson Climate Technologies. “Emerson is proud to be a longtime supporter of this event, and I enjoyed discussing the important issues of compressor technology, new refrigerants and energy-efficient building technologies with global engineers and researchers.”

The papers presented by Emerson are available for viewing here .