In this Summer School, students receive an introduction to modern automotive technologies, concepts of mobility, and their grid integration within traffic and city planning. The program offers an overview of alternatives to combustion engines, with a look at concepts of future vehicle power trains, including structures of alternative power trains. It also covers alternative fuels, such as alcohol, natural gas and hydrogen, as well as their properties and production. Other topics include fuel cells, electric drives, energy carriers and storage and torque and energy converters.
The Institute of Automotive Engineering (ika), the Institute of Urban Engineering (ISB), and the Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA) of the RWTH Aachen University are responsible for the academic content of the "Automotive and Mobility Summer School" and conduct the programme’s lectures, tutorials and laboratory classes.
The case study will mainly focus on identification and implementation of specific challenges in the conception of driver assistance systems and autonomous driving systems.
Early applications are encouraged!
Apply by the 1st of March to receive an 10% early bird discount on the total tuition fees - in case of admission. You can find more information on our programme website: https://www.academy.rwth-aachen.de/en/education-formats/summer-schools/automotive-and-mobility-studies?utm_source=keystone&utm_medium=profil&utm_campaign=summer-school&utm_term=am
About the School
Aachen(Aix-La-Chapelle), the westernmost city in Germany, accommodates not only the Aachen Cathedral, designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, but also one of Germany’s Universities of Excellence.