Calendar

Mar
21
Tue
CAR Seminar Series- Andrew Huster @ Center for Automotive Research
Mar 21 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

CAR Seminar Series: Andrew Huster, graduate student, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Weekly seminar series during spring semester 2017
Tuesday, March 21, 2017, 4:30 pm
Center for Automotive Research
930 Kinnear Road
Columbus, OH 43212

Presenter: Andrew Huster, graduate student, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Topic: “Design of an active stereo vision system for the Ohio State EcoCAR3″

Join faculty, staff, visiting scholars and graduate students to learn about various automotive engineering topics during this weekly seminar series in spring semester 2017. Held in the classroom/room 198 at the Center for Automotive Research. Follow the conversation online: #CARSeminarSeries.

Source: https://car.osu.edu/events/2017/03/car-seminar-series-andrew-huster-graduate-student-department-electrical-and-computer

Mar
28
Tue
CAR Seminar Series- Bharat Hegde @ Center for Automotive Research
Mar 28 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

CAR Seminar Series: Bharat Hegde, graduate student, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering / Ghulam Murtaza, visiting scholar, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University

Weekly seminar series during spring semester 2017
Tuesday, March 28, 2017, 4:30 pm
Center for Automotive Research
930 Kinnear Road
Columbus, OH 43212

Presenters: Bharat Hegde, graduate student, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering / Ghulam Murtaza, visiting scholar, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University

Topics: “Look-ahead energy management scheme for on-highway commercial vehicles” (Hedge) / “Modeling and control of Atkinson cycle engine” (Murtaza)

Join faculty, staff, visiting scholars and graduate students to learn about various automotive engineering topics during this weekly seminar series in spring semester 2017. Held in the classroom/room 198 at the Center for Automotive Research. Follow the conversation online: #CARSeminarSeries.

Source: https://car.osu.edu/events/2017/03/car-seminar-series-bharat-hegde-graduate-student-department-mechanical-and-aerospace

Apr
3
Mon
CAR Seminar- Michael Bargende @ CAR Classroom
Apr 3 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

CAR visiting professor seminar: Michael Bargende

Monday, April 3, 2017, 10:00 am

Presenter: Dr. Bargende serves as Managing Director of the IVK, Universität Stuttgart, and Chairman of the Board of the FKFS, Research Institute for Automotive Engineering and Vehicle Engines, Stuttgart (FKFS) an Independent Non-Profit Research Foundation, founded in 1930.  Between Oct. 2007 – Mar. 2008, Dr. Bargende was on sabbatical at the Center for Automotive Research, OSU.

Dr. Bargende, Fellow of the Society of Automotive Engineers, has authored or co-authored more than 200 scientific publications on the subjects of Combustion, Thermodynamics, Gas Exchange, NVH, Mechanics, Modeling, Simulation and Control of Internal Combustion Engines and Hybridized Powertrains.  He has edited or co-authored several professional books (reference books, volumes, conference proceedings) as on the subject of Gasoline and Diesel Engines, and is an internationally recognized expert in these subjects.

 

Topic:

What kind of powertrain technology will drive us

in Europe in 2030?

The main drivers:

Impact
Legal framework (CO2 emissions, pollutants, Test cycles, real driving emissions (RDE), driving restrictions in cities “blue sticker”) and infrastructure (fueling and charging)

Technical Impact
Potential for the further development of conventional and alternative power trains (Gasoline, Natural Gas and Diesel engines, HEV, BEV and FCELL)

Customer Impact
Global vs. national/regional/local customer demands
(emotional and rational buyers, demographic change, urban vs. rural areas)

Forecast
The scope of technologies available in 2030 is known quite well, but not the “share” at which each of them will be in demand

 

Monday, April 3, 10 a.m.
930 Kinnear Rd. CAR Classroom

Source: https://car.osu.edu/events/2017/04/car-visiting-professor-seminar-michael-bargende

Apr
11
Tue
CAR Seminar Series- Ke Pan, The Ohio State University and Athar Hanif, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University @ Center for Automotive Research
Apr 11 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

CAR Seminar Series: Ke Pan, graduate student, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering / Athar Hanif, visiting scholar, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University

Weekly seminar series during spring semester 2017
Tuesday, April 11, 2017, 4:30 pm
Center for Automotive Research
930 Kinnear Road
Columbus, OH 43212

Presenter: Ke Pan, graduate student, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering / Athar Hanif, visiting scholar, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University

Topics: “Reduced-order modeling of lithium transport in silicon anodes” (Pan) /  “Estimation of Thermally de-rated Torque of an HEV Drive using Robust LPV Observer” (Hanif)

Join faculty, staff, visiting scholars and graduate students to learn about various automotive engineering topics during this weekly seminar series in spring semester 2017. Held in the classroom/room 198 at the Center for Automotive Research. Follow the conversation online: #CARSeminarSeries.

Source: https://car.osu.edu/events/2017/04/car-seminar-series-ke-pan-graduate-student-department-mechanical-and-aerospace

Jul
29
Sat
PyOhio @ Ohio Union
Jul 29 – Jul 30 all-day

A FREE annual conference at the Ohio Union in Columbus, Ohio for Python programmers in and around Ohio, the entire Midwest, maybe even the whole world! There will be many Talks and Tutorials! Please be sure to bring your notebook and laptops and prepare to learn!

What a glimpse of last year’s conference? http://pyvideo.org/events/pyohio-2016.html

Sep
19
Tue
CAR Seminar Series: Tianpei Li @ 198 Center for Automotive Research
Sep 19 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Host: Giorgio Rizzoni

Speaker: Tianpei Li

Title: Motor resolver fault propagation analysis for electrified powertrain

Sep
21
Thu
Women Inspire @ Ohio Farm Bureau 4H Center
Sep 21 @ 7:30 am – 9:30 am

Presented by the Construction Systems Management Industry Advisory Council

Women Inspire Construction presented by The Ohio State University Construction Systems Management Industry Advisory Council is an event to gather the construction industry to focus on retention and community. Come to be empowered and join a conversation that leaves you inspired. The construction industry fosters long lasting relationships that lead to professional success. Both men and women are welcome to JOIN THE CONVERSATION!

Register Here

 

Meet the panelists:

Nissa Beasley currently works as a Project Manager at TriVersity Construction with 24 years of experience in the construction industry. Nissa specializes in major renovation projects, lab construction and multi-story buildings and schools. She is also TriVersity’s subject matter expert with Phoenix Scheduling Program software and helps train project engineers on the program. Before joining TriVersity, Nissa worked for other high profile construction companies in the region.

Nissa received her B.S. in construction management from the University of Cincinnati. She serves as secretary on the board of NAWIC (National Association of Women in Construction) as well as a participating in its membership committee. Nissa was named NAWIC’s Cincinnati Chapter New Leader in 2017. Through NAWIC, she also volunteers for community events for children including Block Kids and the YWCA’s Rosie’s Girls

Heather Cassady currently work as a Project Manager on the $32M Canopy by Hilton hotel project located in Columbus, Ohio. She has been in the construction industry and with Turner Construction for 16 years. Throughout her years at Turner, Heather’s career has evolved in various management roles, including superintendent, sustainability manager, recruiting leader, and estimating engineer. Heather’s projects in Central Ohio have been in the healthcare, hotel, civic, and educational sectors.

Heather received her B.S. in Construction Engineering from the University of Akron. She is a LEED AP and serves as a community leader by dedicating her time and talent to support the National Association for Women in Construction (NAWIC), Women for Economic Leadership and Development (WELD) and the OSU CSM Industry Advisory Council.

Audra Smith currently works as a Project Executive for Pepper Construction and has extensive experience in construction management on large scale projects throughout central and northeastern Ohio. She has worked in the healthcare, higher education, mixed-use, and corporate office markets and has been involved in $578M worth of construction during her 15 year career. Her expertise is in client relationships and developing the appropriate processes, communication, and expectations to allow her project teams to be successful and meet the needs of the clients and owners. Prior to joining Pepper, she worked for Whiting-Turner Contracting and was responsible for all project interface, shutdown, and management of impactful construction to clients.

Audra earned a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from Pennsylvania State University and holds LEED AP BD+C credentials. She resides in Galena, Ohio with her sons Max and Vin. They share a passion for sports and her sons’ involvement in the Olentangy Local School District athletic programs afford her the opportunity to mentor, coach, and support their programs through fundraising and classroom academic activities.

Sep
26
Tue
CAR Seminar Series: Avinash Vallur @ 198 Center for Automotive Research
Sep 26 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Host: Giorgio Rizzoni

Speaker: Avinash Vallur

Title: Simulation of Look-Ahead Based Energy Management Strategy using Traffic In Loop Framework

Oct
3
Tue
CAR Seminar Series: Tong Zhao @ 198 Center for Automotive Research
Oct 3 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Host: Giorgio Rizzoni

Speaker: Tong Zhao

Title: Benchmarking ECMS Algorithm with Dynamic Programming

Oct
17
Tue
CAR Seminar Series: Yuxing Liu @ 198 Center for Automotive Research
Oct 17 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Host: Marcello Canova

Speaker: Yuxing Liu

Title: Distributed Model Predictive Control for an Electrically Boosted Diesel Engine Air Path