This extremely qualified expert has years of experience in the development of design and control strategies for hybrid electric vehicles. He received his BS degree in mechanical engineering from Purdue University and both his MS and PhD degrees in mechanical engineering from Stanford University. He has received several honors for his outstanding work, including the Max Bentele Award for engine technology innovation. He has published 50+ refereed journal articles and serves as an associate editor for 4+ renowned mechanical engineering journals. He is also a member of the editorial board for ASME Dynamics Systems and Control magazine. He is a former engineer at Palomar Technologies and a former graduate research assistant at Stanford University's Dynamic Design Lab. Currently, he is an associate professor of mechanical engineering at a major university in Indiana.
Location: IN BSME, Mechanical Engineering, Purdue University MSME, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University PhD, Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University Honor, Max Bentele Award, Engine Technology Innovation Published, 50+ Refereed Journal Articles Member, Editorial Board, ASME Dynamics Systems & Control Magazine Associate Editor, 4+ Renowned Mechanical Engineering Journals Former, Mechanical Engineer, Palomar Technologies Former, Graduate Research Assistant, Dynamic Design Lab, Stanford University Current, Professor, Mechanical Engineering, Major University