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Improving PHEV batteries

By Website Administrator | May 31, 2011
Kettering University is becoming one of the leading research institutions in the country when it comes to Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) research, and new contracts with Magna E-Car Systems ... Read More

Tribology for EOLSS

By Website Administrator | May 24, 2011
Dr. Ilya Kudish, professor of Applied Mathematics at Kettering University, has been invited to contribute treatises on the topics of Lubrication and Contact Fatigue Modeling to the Encyclopedia of ... Read More

Oswald International Fellowships

By Website Administrator | May 17, 2011
Two Kettering University faculty members have been awarded the Oswald International Faculty Fellowships for 2011-2012. Dr. Jennifer Aurandt, assistant professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and Dr. ... Read More

Re-figuring Diffy Q

By Website Administrator | Mar 14, 2011
When Kettering University's Dr. Leszek Gawarecki, Applied Mathematics Department head, and Michigan State University faculty member Dr. Vidyadhar Mandrekar set out to turn their research into a ... Read More

Next generation of Engineering textbooks

By Website Administrator | Mar 9, 2011
It’s not your grandfather’s, or even your father’s, Mechanics of Fluids textbook. It is so much more. Dr. Bassem Ramadan, professor of Mechanical Engineering at Kettering University, is ... Read More

Green mobility

By Website Administrator | Jan 14, 2011
With the auto industry increasingly focused on electric-based vehicles, Kettering University has positioned itself as one of only a few schools in the country preparing students in Hybrid Electric ... Read More

New vehicle durability test lab

By Website Administrator | Jan 5, 2011
It’s been years in the making, but Dr. Mohamed El-Sayed was determined to build a lab that can shake things up – literally. Commonly referred to as the “Shaker Lab,” the Vehicle Durability ... Read More

New fuel and old cars

By Website Administrator | Jan 4, 2011
Dr. Craig Hoff and Dr. Greg Davis, both professors of Mechanical Engineering at Kettering University, are continuing their research into the effects of higher ethanol-content gasoline impacts older ... Read More

Green heat

By Website Administrator | Oct 21, 2010
Kettering University  stepped up to the “challenge,” the Ford Motor Company Fund's 2010 Ford College Community Challenge (Ford C3) that is, and won a $50,000 grant to perform an energy audit ... Read More

Delphi gives Kettering a Boost

By Website Administrator | Oct 12, 2010
In an odd twist of fate, last year’s financial woes for the Big Three turned into a small boon for Kettering University crash safety researchers. The Kettering Crash Safety Center was able to ... Read More

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