Student Event

ECE Careers in the Automotive Industry: Panel Discussion

 
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
6:30pm - 7:30pm
1200 EECS

 
The auto industry needs electrical and computer engineers in ever increasing numbers to deal with the amount of electronics in contemporary cars. These engineers deal with the electronic, controls, safety systems, infotainment systems, and vehicle-to-vehicle communication. ECE-trained students will also help design the power control systems of hybrid and electric vehicles.

Food will be served

About the Event

Recent graduates and experienced individuals currently working in the auto industry will talk about the field and answer your questions.

Panelists include:

Craig Stephens, Chief Engineer for Control Systems, Ford Motor Company

Carl Bonfiglio (BSE CE ’02), Senior Marketing Manager - Powertrain & Electric Vehicles, Infineon Technologies

Nicholas Quinnell (BSE CE MSE EE:S ’08 ’10), Software Engineer, Powertrain Controls, Bosch Engineering Group

Jeff Roder (BSE EE MSE EE:S ’08 ’09), Software Integration Engineer, Robert Bosch LLC

Sponsored by IEEE, HKN, Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE), and the CoE ISD Master's Program in Automotive Engineering

Additional Information

Event Sponsor: ECE

Open to: Public