When it comes to automobile design, safety is always paramount. But how do
researchers ensure cars are as safe as possible, despite the myriad hardware
and software electronic functions that could potentially malfunction?
Ohio State’s Center for... | LEARN MORE
.... In honor of Veterans Day, we’d like to recognize Robert Sparks, proud
veteran of the United States Navy.
.... Thank you Robert, and all U.S. Veterans, for your service to our
country. Happy Veterans Day.
For three years Robert... | LEARN MORE
Matt Appel has loved problem solving and working on vehicles since he was
young, but it wasn’t until he got ahold of his first microcontroller
project in college that he realized he wanted to learn more about embedded
systems and computer
This... | LEARN MORE
Columbus, OH (Oct. 26, 2018) – A team of students from The Ohio State
University has been selected to participate in the upcoming Advanced Vehicle
Technology Competition (AVTC), EcoCAR Mobility Challenge.
The four-year collegiate automotive competition... | LEARN MORE
On Friday, October 6, 2018 industry, government and campus partners attended
The Ohio State Center for Automotive Research (CAR) semi-annual External
Advisory Board meeting.
The meeting provided an opportunity to highlight the research currently being... | LEARN MORE
As researchers, local businesses and citizens of Columbus prepare to improve
transportation and sustainability through the Smart Columbus program,
Danny Freudiger, graduate student studying mechanical engineering at The Ohio
State University, hopes to bring similar changes to the university. | LEARN MORE
The Center for Automotive Research along with the Honda-Ohio State
Partnership hosted 10 high school students at Camp CAR, a week long summer
camp focused on automotive engineering.
The students had the opportunity to hear from a variety of engineers... | LEARN MORE