The Center for Automotive Research (CAR)
The Center for Automotive Research (CAR) is an interdisciplinary research center in The Ohio State University’s College of Engineering. CAR research focuses on: energy, safety and the environment, aimed at improving sustainable mobility. CAR offers state-of-the-art facilities for students, faculty, research staff and industry partners. With a concentration on preparing the next generation of automotive leaders, CAR is recognized for: interdisciplinary emphasis on systems engineering, advanced and unique experimental facilities, collaboration on advanced product development projects with industry and a balance of government and privately sponsored research.
In collaboration with the Departments of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and Electrical and Computer Engineering, CAR provides students the opportunity to complete a graduate specialization in automotive systems engineering. They provide facilities and support for six automotive undergraduate student project teams. Further, CAR directly offers a certificate program via distance learning for industry practitioners. It encompasses a one-year certificate program, as well as credit and noncredit seminars.
The Honda-Ohio State Partnership continuously supports the student project teams with financial backing which is in addition to the backing financially and technically of many of the teams by Honda R&D.
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