Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi will launch a new postgraduate program – MTech in Electric Mobility. The course will be available from the academic session. The program will be offered by the Center for Automotive Research and Tribal Science (GART) at IIT Delhi.
New MTech electric vehicles in electric mobility, drivetrain, chargers and charging infrastructure, battery energy waste storage systems, battery management system, reuse of energy waste storage elements, reliability, automotive health inspection, omot vehicle, And materials for electric vehicles with hands on practice and design in connected vehicles, vehicle telematics and laboratories, IIT-Delhi said.
“The new PG program has been created with the active participation of leading academics and industry professionals,” said BK Panigrahi, Head Professor, CART. Moreover, Cart is already actively working and working with many industries on further projects in EV. Students will have the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art laboratory facilities and also work on various simulation software and HIL platforms.
Upon completion of the course, students can find employment opportunities in various industries related to electric vehicles including original appliance manufacturers, automotive industries, battery manufacturing units, BMS industries, e-motor design, and manufacturing industry, converter and inverter industry, and EV chargers industry. . .
Cart at IIT Delhi focuses on advanced research and development in the field of battery powered electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles, storage and alternative energy sources, autonomous and connected vehicles.
IIT-Delhi has recently launched BTech in Energy Engineering. The IIT-Delhi campus will soon be set up under the Department of Energy Science and Engineering.
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