The Role of Ohio State’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, in the cars of tomorrow




Ohio State University’s Center for Automotive Research Director, Giorgio Rizzoni, speaks to the future of electric and hybrid vehicles, as well as the increasing role of electrical and computer engineering skills in their development. A former ECE graduate himself, Rizzoni said having a balanced education in electrical engineering helped fuel his work in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering today. Ohio State ECE grad student Andrew Huster also discusses Ohio State’s groundbreaking work in advancing the development of the electric car. Video, interview and editing: Ryan Horns, PR Coordinator, @OhioStateECE. Find us online: LINKS: Facebook: www.facebook.com/eceosu Twitter: www.twitter.com/OhioStateECE Support ECE: https://ece.osu.edu/alumni/support ECE website: www.ece.osu.edu YouTube: www.youtube.com/eceosu Meetup Page: www.meetup.com/OSUECE-Alumni/

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