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Electric Vehicle’s Past, Present, and Future to be Topics of Special Rose-Hulman Program
April 8, 2015
The past, present, and future of electric vehicles will be the focus of a panel discussion at Rose-Hulman on April 15, from 7-8:30 p.m., in the Kahn Rooms of the Hulman Memorial Student Union. This session is free and open to the public.
The program will feature engineers who played an instrumental role in the development of General Motors’ EV1, the first mass-produced and purpose-designed electric vehicle. It is considered a marvel of engineering.
Session panelists will include Gary Cameron, independent consultant (former director of electronic controls at Kokomo-based Delphi); Bob Campbell, technical fellow with Delphi; Larry Kline, director of manufacturing engineering at Miller Consulting Group (former senior manufacturing engineer at Delphi); A.J. Lasley, current director of advanced electronic controls at Delphi; and Jim Wood, finite element analysis and systems engineer at Remy International (former chief engineer for electrification at Delphi).
The program has been organized by Rose-Hulman’s student chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and its Eta Kappa Nu electrical and computer engineering honor society. For more information, contact Thomas Foulkes at foulketp[at]rose-hulman[dot]edu.