3 Illinois Tech undergrads to work on hybrid thermal battery system
Ben Welter - Friday, February 20, 2015
Nineteen undergrads at the Illinois Institute of Technology have been accepted into the school's Armour R&D Program this spring. The program offers engineering students a chance to gain research and development experience.
Three of the students – Hanyue Li, Yifan Li and Shihan Tian – will work on a hybrid battery thermal management system using phase change materials and natural air-cooling. They will be mentored by Francisco Ruiz, an associate professor in the school's Armour College of Engineering.