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Global technology provider Altair has joined hands with College of Engineering Pune to launch Centre of Excellence on Electric Mobility, which will be named as 'CoEP – Altair Centre Of Excellence on Electric-Mobility.
In a release, Altair has informed that it has already signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with CoEP, a 165-year-old educational institute. The company also claims that this partnership between industry and academia will foster electric mobility research and innovation.
The 'CoEP – Altair Centre Of Excellence on Electric-Mobility' will employ more than 60 engineers to work simultaneously on electric mobility applications. It will conduct formal PG-diploma courses as part of the student curriculum while Altair will act as the technology partner, providing students with simulation tools and course programming focused on electric mobility.
The one-year full-time PG-diploma will include courses in energy storage systems for battery management, a bridge course in electric and mechanical disciplines, vehicle dynamics and traction, sensors and controls in electric vehicles, IoT and vehicle communication followed by hands-on exposure to industrial in-plant training, says Altair.