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Teaching at International Summer School

Canova, third from right, with his summer school students.Third from right (front), Rizzoni with his summer school class.For the fifth consecutive year, Center for Automotive Research faculty members taught abroad at the University of Stuttgart, where engineering industry members took part in sustainable mobility-related courses. Professors Giorgio Rizzoni and Marcello Canova represented The Ohio State University, covering a broad range of automotive engineering topics.

Hosted by the university’s Research Institute of Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines, or FKFS, CAR faculty joined a number of industry members from across the globe to teach them automotive engineering courses in a program spanning from June 15 to July 8.

Known as the International Summer School, the 2016 program featured courses designed by Rizzoni and Canova, with an aim to complement working engineers’ knowledge. Course content focused on the automotive engineering topics of system integration and simulation of hybrid vehicles, and energy storage systems.

Ohio State cooperates with Clemson University, University of Stuttgart and e-mobil BW, Cluster Elektromobilitat Sud-West for the program.

For more information on the International Summer School, the institute’s website can be found here: http://fkfs-veranstaltungen.de/stuttgart-international-summer-school/