Learn! FKFS and CAR offer international summer school 2013

Posted: October 23, 2012

The Ohio State University's Center for Automotive Research joins with the University of Stuttgart's FKFS automotive research institute and e-mobil BW for the second annual collaborative international summer school offering. The program is for working engineers to learn systems competence in electric, hybrid and combustion powertrains. Courses will be taught June 24-July 5, 2013 at the University of Stuttgart. Register now!

 

Course 1.1

Energy Analysis and Modeling of Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Lecturer: Giorgio Rizzoni, professor, The Ohio State University

 

Course 1.2

Simulation of Hybrid Electric Vehicles

Lecturer: Giorgio Rizzoni, professor, The Ohio State University

 

Course 2.1

Introduction to Control and Optimization of Hybrid Electric Vehicled

Lecturer: Simona Onori, PhD, The Ohio State University

 

Course 2.2

Deep Dive in the Development and Implementation

Lecturer: Simona Onori, PhD, The Ohio State University

 

Course 3.1

Introduction to Batteries and Fuel Cell Systems for Automotive Applications

Lecturers: Marcello Canova, PhD, Yann Guezennec, PhD The Ohio State University

 

Course 3.2

Analysis, Modeling and Control of Batteries and Fuel Cell Systems for Automotive Applications

Lecturers: Marcello Canova, PhD, Yann Guezennec, professor, The Ohio State University

 

Course 4

Introduction to Electrochemical Energy Conversion for Electrical Vehicle Application

Lecturer: Nejila Parspour, professor, University of Stuttgart

 

Course 5

Vehicle Aerodynamics and Aeroacoustics

Lecturer: Jochen Wiedemann, professor, University of Stuttgart