All systems secure

By Website Administrator | Jun 10, 2004

Kettering researcher develops a new communications architecture and protocol for safety critical systems in automotive applications that will make driving more safe and less costly for car companies.

Kettering researcher develops a new communications architecture and protocol for safety critical systems in automotive applications that will make driving more safe and less costly for car companies.

Bosch Professorship awarded

By Website Administrator | Jul 29, 2004

Mark G. Thompson, from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, will nurture Kettering's relationship with the Bosch Corp.

Mark G. Thompson, from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, will nurture Kettering's relationship with the Bosch Corp.

Giant textbook integrates many fields

By Website Administrator | Jan 21, 2005

Kettering professor authors book unlike any other in the electrical engineering industry.

Kettering professor authors book unlike any other in the electrical engineering industry.

Lightning strike!

By Website Administrator | Feb 24, 2005

Students from Carman Ainsworth Junior High School learn about lightning.

Students from Carman Ainsworth Junior High School learn about lightning.

Kettering University promotes ten faculty members

By Website Administrator | Apr 18, 2005

Ten faculty members have been approved for promotion by the Kettering Board of Trustees.

Ten faculty members have been approved for promotion by the Kettering Board of Trustees.

International collaboration

By Website Administrator | May 2, 2005

Visiting Italian graduate student Alberto Zuccollo aids Kettering professor with FlexCAN research project.

Visiting Italian graduate student Alberto Zuccollo aids Kettering professor with FlexCAN research project.

Faculty member plays role in network protocol

By Website Administrator | Apr 14, 2006

In the 1980s, Dr. Juan helped design Profibus, an industrial network protocol used in manufacturing around the world. Recently, the number of Profibus nodes exceeded 15,000,000 worldwide and is the number one network used in many industries.

In the 1980s, Dr. Juan helped design Profibus, an industrial network protocol used in manufacturing around the world. Recently, the number of Profibus nodes exceeded 15,000,000 worldwide and is the number one network used in many industries.

Co-op Hall of Fame 2011

By Website Administrator | Sep 30, 2011

Three more Kettering/GMI alumni and an international advocate for experiential learning will be among those inducted into the prestigious National Co-op Hall of Fame this fall.

Three more Kettering/GMI alumni and an international advocate for experiential learning will be among those inducted into the prestigious National Co-op Hall of Fame this fall.

New donations enhance labs

By Website Administrator | Jan 26, 2007

New donations from MotoTron Inc. and GE Fanuc Automation provide important, state-of-the-art resources for faculty and student research in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

New donations from MotoTron Inc. and GE Fanuc Automation provide important, state-of-the-art resources for faculty and student research in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Rube Goldberg electrified

By Website Administrator | Oct 19, 2007

Kettering students created electrical versions of Rube Goldberg contraptions for their senior Electrical Engineering project - the results would have made Goldberg himself proud.

Kettering students created electrical versions of Rube Goldberg contraptions for their senior Electrical Engineering project - the results would have made Goldberg himself proud.

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