AVTC Alumni

Since 1988, more than 16,500 students have graduated from the advanced vehicle technology competition (AVTC) program. Throughout the years, these students have gone on to work in different areas of the automotive industry all over the world. Read how these alumni started in the AVTC program and where they are now!

    Aaron Sullivan

    When Aaron Sullivan was a kid, he spent time reading Car and Driver while his parents prepared lessons for English courses. While he always had an interest in cars, he didn’t always know how they were designed and built...

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    Alex Koch

    Mechanical Engineering student Alex Koch was introduced to the University of Waterloo Alternative Fuels Team by one of his peers, who told him about a new sport utility vehicle that didn’t use any gasoline and emitted only water out of its tailpipe.

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    Ali Seyam

    Since he can remember, NCSU EcoCAR alumnus Ali Seyam has had an interest in the automotive industry. Other interests have come and gone through the years, but his passion for autos stuck.

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    Allison Lilly

    Allison graduated from Penn State in May 2012 with a degree in public relations – or as Allison would say, “I majored in EcoCAR and minored in PR.” Allison participated in the program for three years because she loved the chance to compete with other schools and the opportunity to work for such a fulfilling project.

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    Amanda McAlpin

    Amanda McAlpin has always had many interests, and tying them together is something that is very rewarding for her. While at Mississippi State University, pursuing a degree in Communication, Amanda learned about the Challenge X program.

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    Amanda Womac

    The University of Tennessee, Knoxville has participated in several advanced vehicle technologies competitions, including Challenge X.

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    Andrea Parins

    Andrea Parins began her journey with EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge in an unexpected way – working as a student writer for the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Engineering External Relations.

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    Andrew Eldridge

    For the Penn State University Advanced Vehicle Team (PSU AVT), the night before the first vehicle pre-inspection in EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge was a challenge for co-team leader Andrew Eldridge.

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    Andrew Karpin

    Andrew Karpin was an electrical subteam member of the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Team of Virginia Tech (HEVT) during Year 3 of EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge.

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    Anna Sinicki

    Anna Sinicki first heard about EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge while on an internship at Microsoft. “The business/outreach stream of EcoCAR was a fascinating challenge,” says Anna, who completed an undergraduate degree in science at the University of Waterloo before moving onto the MBA program at Wilfrid Laurier University.

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    Anthony Sardella

    Anthony Sardella didn’t always know about hybrid electric vehicles and green energy, but his involvement on the Penn State EcoCAR 2 team during his senior year opened his eyes to new opportunities that helped shape his career today.

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    Ashley Effmeyer

    Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (RHIT) alumnus Ashley Effmeyer began her journey with Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs) in 2006 to gain real-world experience in the automotive industry.

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    Ashwin Sainathan

    Former EcoCAR 2 alumnus Ashwin Sainathan gained valuable knowledge on electric vehicles and their components when he was involved in the EcoCAR 2 program at Wayne State University.

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    Beatrice Enckell

    A native of Karlshamn, Sweden, Beatrice Enckell began her education at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in the spring of 2009 on a track and field scholarship. While pursuing a degree in Business Administration Management she became involved in many student activities, including EcoCAR 2.

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    Becky Gunn

    In 1995, Becky Gunn stared at the television screen in awe as she watched the unveiling of the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s (IIHS) first ever round of crash tests...

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    Bob Larsen

    If you have ever been involved in AVTCs, you have Bob Larsen to thank. Bob Larsen is a true pioneer of advanced vehicles. Just look at his resume....

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    Brandon Tarbert

    Starting as an undergraduate at The Pennsylvania State University, Brandon was looking to get involved with things that interested him. He was told as a freshman that the best way to end up in a career he loved was to get involved in an extracurricular activity in college....

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    Brian Harries and Townsend Hyatt

    Many great engineers have started their careers in the Embry-Riddle EcoEagles Green Garage. Two of the finest, Brian Harries and Townsend Hyatt, set a high standard for their fellow EcoEagles engineers to uphold.

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    Bryan Jungers

    When Bryan Jungers first showed interest in Challenge X at the University of California-Davis, he had never heard of hybrids before, but today he works as Manager of Research at E Source, focusing heavily on electric vehicles...

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    Charles Hua

    Charles Hua has been involved with Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs) in two different ways: as a student and as a General Motors mentor.

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    Cheri-Ann MacKinlay

    Cheri-Ann MacKinlay (formerly Olsen) has been involved in the Department of Energy’s Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTC) for more than ten years. She first participated in the program as a student on the University of Alberta’s Ethanol Vehicle Challenge team in 2000 and FutureTruck team in 2002....

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    Chris Carde

    Despite his impressive track record, Chris Carde, Automotive Technical Program Manager at Google Germany, attributes his successful career to his experience in FutureTruck, an AVTC that ran from 2000-2004...

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    Chris Haliburton

    Christopher Haliburton, a 2008 graduate of the University of Waterloo, AVTC participant (and now supporter) and current GM validation engineer for the Chevy Volt....

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    Chris Mendes

    Leading up to the completion of his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Chris Mendes saw a poster advertising the search for graduate student interested in working on the design of a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle.

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    Chris Mottaz

    When he started working on the Purdue EcoCAR 2 team, Chris Mottaz was interested in it purely as a recreational club where I could discuss advancements in the automotive industry. But after his involvement, he developed management skills, technical skills, communication skills, interpersonal skills and confidence.

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    Chris Romo

    Mechanical Engineer Chris Romo joined the EcoCAR 2 team as part of his undergraduate graduation requirement, and felt that it was a project where he would gain “real world” engineering experience that he could take with him throughout the rest of his career.

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    Cindy Svestka

    The last time we checked in with Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) veteran Cindy Svestka, she was the executive technical assistant and business process manager at General Motors. Three years later, Cindy is the engineering group manager of the Cranking Systems and Electronic Sensors Group at GM.

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    Corey Robinson

    Corey Robinson, Virginia Tech’s most recent graduate, is now working at General Motors as a global lead design release engineer in the chassis electronics and controls group. Corey participated in both the EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge and the EcoCAR 2: Plugging In to the Future competitions.

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    Courtney Lindwurm

    As a child and teenager Courtney Lindwurm spent many weekends and summers helping her dad fix cars in his mechanics shop.  She loved working with her hands, getting dirty, taking things apart, sometimes putting them back together, learning how to build engines, talking mechanics lingo, being the inquisitive child....

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    Dan Bocci

    Dan Bocci has been involved with Advance Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs) for more than 10 years now. It began back in 2002, when he became a team leader on the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s FutureTruck team, and continued to participate throughout ChallengeX.

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    Daniel Cohen

    To some, Tennessee football is more than just a game; it is a lifestyle. Current Chevrolet Seat Performance Engineering Specialist Daniel Cohen combines his passion for UT Football and engineering to make the nine-hour drive from Detroit to Knoxville for football time in Tennessee.

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    Daniel Mehr

    Dan Mehr discovered advanced vehicle technology competitions (AVTCs) when he noticed a disassembled hybrid-electric vehicle in the garage at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His immediate reaction? “It looked like a lot of fun to play with.”

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    David Killy

    David Killy, also known as DK, recently completed a long run with University of Victoria (UVic) EcoCAR 2. When he graduated this past May from University of Victoria, DK already had a job lined up: controls strategist at General Motors of Canada.

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    David Smith & Scott Curran

    From University of Tennessee, Knoxville students to faculty advisors, David Smith and Scott Curran come full circle in the Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) program.

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    Devin Cass

    Devin Cass began his studies in electrical engineering at the University of Waterloo. While walking around campus he saw recruitment posters for the school’s Alternative Fuels Team (UWAFT).

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    Dylan Schmitter

    After leading the communications team as the Year One Outreach Coordinator for Purdue’s EcoCAR 2 team, Dylan Schmitter graduated with his Master of Science in Industrial Technology with a focus on environmentally responsible manufacturing.

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    EcoCAR Alumni Now Organizers

    Former Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) participants always go on to do great things. We are happy to welcome two former graduates of the EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge program onto the EcoCAR 2 organizing team – Beth Bezaire and Mike Kearney.

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    Eric Mallia

    EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge was a life-changing experience for Eric Mallia, the outreach coordinator for the University of Waterloo Alternative Fuels Team. Eric, then studying for his masters in environmental studies, always wanted to work in sustainable development and saw EcoCAR as an opportunity.

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    Frank Falcone

    Frank Falcone initially began his career as an assembler at a manufacturing firm, but after realizing he wanted to learn more about engineering and science, Frank decided to go back to school and enrolled at San Diego State University (SDSU) to study mechanical engineering.

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    Gary Neal

    Gary Neal has been a loyal participant in Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs) since 1998. Gary first joined the AVTC program as a team member of Penn State University’s FutureTruck team. During this time, he was working towards obtaining both his Bachelor and Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering.

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    Greg Fritz

    California State University (CSU) alumnus Greg Fritz competed for two years in the HEV Challenge competition, holding the positions of Packaging Team Manager (1994) and Co-Director (1995). Among his favorite moments, Greg recalls the time the team installed the GM Ovonic NiHM battery pack into its vehicle.

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    Henning Lohse-Busch

    Henning Lohse-Busch has been a self-proclaimed “car guy” all his life. When he moved to the US from France to go to college at Virginia Tech, he found Virginia Tech’s FutureTruck team and immediately felt right at home....

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    Hung Nguyen

    As a former Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) student, Hung Nguyen felt more than prepared when entering his first job as a CEE Engineer with General Motors Canada.

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    Irene Berry

    As a student at Virginia Tech (VT), Irene Berry recalls feeling right at home when she was first introduced to the school’s Hybrid Electric Vehicle Team (HEVT) lab.

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    Jeffrey Rednour

    Providing a practical application platform for automotive technology has allowed Wayne State students the experience to be of value in the real world. A prime example is Wayne State’s graduate student Jeffery Dean Rednour, an Ypsilanti resident who served as an EcoCAR 2 Outreach Coordinator.

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    Jeremy Cellarius

    When Jeremy Cellarius entered the University of Illinois as an undergraduate, he didn’t have any opportunities to gain real-world engineering experience...

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    Jeremy Wise

    One of the students behind the University of Victoria’s participation in advanced vehicle technology competitions (AVTCs) is Jeremy Wise.

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    Jim Kane

    When Jim Kane entered his first job at Chrysler after participating in the all four years of the FutureCar competition, he felt more than prepared. His positions on the University of Michigan’s FutureCar team – controls engineer and technical manager – taught him skills he couldn’t learn in any classroom.

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    John Miksch

    It was two weeks before an EcoCAR 2 progress report was due and the Colorado State Vehicle Innovation Team (CSU VIT) had to change their battery cooling method from air cooling to liquid cooling. Additionally, a full analysis was required in this report. It was up to team member Jon Miksch to step up to the challenge and help out his team.

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    Jonathan Butcher

    The moment Jonathan Butcher attended an outreach event at the University of Wisconsin as a high school senior, he knew he wanted to become involved in Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs)....

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    Joshua Goldman

    Joshua Goldman, a University of Maryland (UMD) alumnus, began his journey with Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs) in 1997 on UMD’s FutureCar Challenge team as a controls engineer. He transitioned into the team leader role the following year, and went on to become an advisor for UMD’s FutureTruck’s 1st Place team in 2000.

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    Justin Kern

    Not so long ago, Justin Kern was helping West Virginia University rebuild their FutureCar during the FutureCar Challenge. Since then, Justin has gone on to become an organizer and now sponsor of AVTCs....

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    Kara Standford-Jones

    Former CSULA EcoCAR 2 Co-Outreach Coordinator Kara Stanford-Jones to talk about her experience in the EcoCAR 2 competition as well as working with CSULA’s Outreach team.

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    Katie Brendecke

    Katie Brendecke, a proud participant of all five years of FutureTruck, was recruited during a freshman student organization fair at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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    Kevin Stuttenberg

    University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW-Madison) alumnus Kevin Stutenberg began his journey with the AVTCs in 2005 as a member of UW-Madison’s Challenge X team while he was working on his mechanical engineering degree.

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    Kristina Lawyer

    Every Challenge X alumnus has a story or two about moments during the competition. But few can tell a story as heart-racing as Kristina Lawyer.

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    Kyle Lunsford

    The North Carolina State University (NCSU) EcoCAR 2 Team had very few members when Kyle Lunsford first joined. Kyle stood out early on the small team due to his double major in both mechanical and electrical engineering

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    Larry Slone

    When FutureTruck alumnus Larry Slone entered the working world, he felt right at home with his new employer. As the FutureTruck Mechanical Engineering Team Leader in 2003 and Team Leader in 2004 for The Ohio State University, Slone found himself tasked with a somewhat familiar project as he began a job at Caterpillar, Inc.

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    Laura Nash

    Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology (RHIT’ 05) alumnus Laura Nash was a senior contributing member of the 2005 ChallengeX team. Laura served as the battery research team leader as the team worked to select a split train hybrid electric vehicle architecture for the first year of the competition.

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    Mary Timby

    Mary Timby knew virtually nothing about vehicle architecture and mechanics when she signed on as Colorado State University’s Outreach Coordinator in the fall of 2011 for EcoCAR 2: Plugging In to the Future.

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    Matt Dorson

    Cornell University alumnus Matt Dorson began his journey with AVTC programs in 1993 after stumbling upon a recruiting event for the university’s team.

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    Matt Kirklin

    Since he was a young boy, Matt Kirklin had an interest in the way things worked. His friends and family members provided him with an endless supply of broken things to take apart and fix. His interest in the way things work eventually led him to his work with the Michigan Tech FutureCar Challenge team.

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    Matt Merkle

    When Matt Merkle began his Electrical Engineering studies at Virginia Tech, he wanted to join a vehicle competition but was concerned he didn’t have the mechanical experience needed. Then he heard about a new competition on campus aiming to build a hybrid electric car...

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    Matt Simonini

    Matt Simonini, a former Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) student, recalls that his experiences on the University of Wisconsin’s ChallengeX and FutureTruck teams were beneficial for his current career path.

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    Matt Stevens

    Five years ago, Matt Stevens was sitting in a classroom learning about electrochemistry and control theory at the University of Waterloo. Today, his experience in Challenge X led him to his current position, helping clients design and build powertrains and technology that will help drive tomorrow’s vehicles...

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    Mel Corrigan

    Mel Corrigan (previously Mel Fox) is a Penn State and AVTC alum who has spent her impressive academic career focused on Fuel Science research which ultimately led to her current position working on one of the most exciting innovations in vehicle technology....

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    Meredith Towery

    Deciding to continue my education and go to graduate school at NC State was an easy decision. When I decided to get my Masters in communication, I had no idea just how far it would take me.

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    Michael Barr

    Michael Barr, a Mississippi State ChallengeX and EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge alum, is now a Systems Engineer at AVL Powertrain Engineering. He first got involved with Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs) in 2007 during Year 3 of ChallengeX and continued through 2011 with Year 3 of EcoCAR.

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    Michael Barton

    Fresh out of high school, Michael Barton immediately joined the Army National Guard. After finishing basic training, he began studies at the University of Akron in Ohio.

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    Mike Arnett

    Mike Arnett spent countless sleepless nights working with his team during ChallengeX, but it was all worth it....

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    Mike Duoba

    Mike Duoba has a long-standing history with the Advance Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs), dating back to his start in 1991 when he was the co-lead in the Natural Gas Vehicle challenge as an undergraduate student at the Illinois Institute of Technology.

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    Mike Ogburn

    Mike Ogburn first became involved in energy efficiency research and implementation during the early days of Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTC) with FutureCar in 1998...

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    Missy Davis

    Missy Davis learned more than she ever dreamed she would about hybrid electrical vehicles while on the University of Akron’s Challenge X team.

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    Mitchel Routh

    Team Tennessee’s Mitchel Routh enhanced his education by spending countless hours working to design a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV) for the EcoCAR 2 competition. Routh worked on Team Tennessee’s PHEV design and vehicle throughout Year One and also assisted the team during the summer of 2012.

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    Neel Vasavada

    It has been 11 years since Neel Vasavada participated in Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs) but it feels like just yesterday he was the business and HEV team leader for the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Futurecar and FutureTruck teams.

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    Nick Wilson

    EcoCAR 2 alumnus Nick Wilson recently sat down with current team members to talk about how EcoCAR has affected the trajectory of his career.

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    Nikko Lubinski

    Nikko Lubinski has always had a strong interest for automobiles. One of the reasons he chose to go to the University of California, Davis was for its hands-on hybrid vehicle development opportunities.

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    Prasad Venkiteswaran

    University of Michigan (U of M) alumnus Prasad Venkiteswaran began his involvement with Advance Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs) when he was looking to pursue a thesis topic. One of his professors was the team faculty advisor and pointed him in the direction of the team.

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    Rachel Dobroth

    Virginia Tech (VT) communications alumna Rachel Dobroth was recruited to the school’s Hybrid Electric Vehicle Team (HEVT) through her involvement with VT’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA). She served as Outreach Coordinator during the third year of EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge.

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    Rich Nesbit

    Michigan Technological University (MTU) alumnus, Rich Nesbitt, has been a devoted Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) participant since the FutureTruck competitions. His first AVTC role was as a design lead during the Chevrolet Suburban FutureTruck competition.

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    Rich Wurden

    The University of Washington’s newly minted alumni, Rich Wurden, was the electrical team lead throughout Year One of EcoCAR 2: Plugging In to the Future and graduated in Spring 2012 to work for A123 Systems.

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    Ryan Andrade

    Ryan Andrade has an impressive education resume – valedictorian of his high school, graduating from the University of California Davis (UC Davis) with the highest award achievable in the College of Engineering, and completing his Master of Science at Stanford University. But just as impressive are his achievements in ChallengeX.

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    Sam Panini

    Sam Panini grew exponentially through his experience as a member of the University of Tennessee FutureTruck team. Panini graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a concentration in power electronics.

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    Shawn Midlam-Mohler

    This “Where Are They Now” post features Shawn Midlam-Mohler, an AVTC alum who has contributed as a team member, team leader, and now faculty advisor for AVTC series spanning more than 15 years....

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    Stephen Gurski

    Stephen Gurski is currently a safety engineer in the Powertrain Division at General Motors (GM). At GM, Stephen is working on the launch of the Chevrolet Volt Extended Range Electric Vehicle and is a technical organizer for the EcoCAR 2 program....

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    Stephen Wren

    Stephen Wren, now a Nuclear Mechanical Engineer, was once an integral part of Mississippi State University’s Mechanical/Powertrain group on the school’s EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge team.

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    Steven Boyd

    Steven Boyd first visited Virginia Tech as a junior in high school and had the opportunity to watch a group of engineers test an experimental hybrid electric vehicle. That day sparked his love for engineering and changed his life forever...

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    Todd Cimermancic

    One day when he was a young child, Todd Cimermancic was riding his bike with his brother and suggested taking off the training wheels to prove to their mother that they could ride without them...

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    Tom Bradley

    Tom Bradley has had a long history with Advance Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs). It all started back in 1999, when he was the mechanical group leader on the University of California-Davis team during FutureCar, and continued through 2000-2001 during FutureTruck.

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    Tom Smyth and John Firment

    “Roadkill” (Tom Smyth) and “General John” (John Firment) are a legendary volunteering twosome in the world of Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTC). Respected and loved by all, the duo has been working together since 1991.

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    Tord Dennis

    Tord Dennis began his journey with the Advance Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs) back in 1988 in the Methanol Marathon. He joined his first AVTC because it was a special topics project at West Virginia University (WVU).

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    Vince Sabatini

    On any given day, Vince Sabatini tests the safety of a car’s controllers with a hardware in-the-loop (HIL) simulator, wires flooding in and out of the complex contraption. But the beginnings of his engineering career started with a far simpler tool: a pen....

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    Whitney Belt

    The EcoCAR program helped Whitney Belt tremendously by increasing his knowledge about the current state of hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) technology and giving him a better understanding of all of the background tasks required to design an HEV.

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    Zack Pieri

    Zack Pieri was always fascinated with cars and some of his earliest childhood memories consist of playing with Tonka trucks in the backyard. Even before he was old enough to drive, Pieri talked his dad into letting him rebuild the engine in his Jeep. Although it took slightly longer than expected, he finished the rebuild the summer before he left for Rose-Hulman.

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    Zhenhua Zhu

    Zhenhua (Zhen) Zhu first became involved in Advanced Vehicle Technology Competitions (AVTCs) as a graduate student at West Virginia University. He was recruited to participate in EcoCAR: The NeXt Challenge as a control team leader while pursuing a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering.

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