Burlington County College (BCC) and New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) assembled a group of engineering and technology students and reached out to industry professionals as well. Hitachiís Frank Lane is helping the students apply MATHLAB to vehicle dynamics, while NWL Vice President Robert Guenther is working with them to develop a power circuit called a Series-Resonant Converter for use in the Genesis vehicle. Under the impetus of BCC President Dr. Robert Messina, Professor Jack Braun (Professional Engineer and member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and the Society of Automotive Engineers) and Professor Mohammed Feknous (Assistant/Chair of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NJIT Mount Laurel) and William Brennerman (an engineering student) have put together an eager group of students who are members of Team NJ.

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