Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

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Jeffrey Cook, EECS 461 Instructor, Receives Automotive Hall of Fame Award

Jeffrey A. Cook, adjunct faculty member who next term will be teaching EECS 461, Embedded Control Systems, has been selected to receive the 2007 Automotive Hall of Fame Distinguished Service Award. This award recognizes an individual who has significantly improved the industry or their respective organizations.

Cook is a Technical Leader at the Ford Motor Company Research and Innovation Center. His research addresses modeling and control of automotive powertrains for improved fuel economy and emissions, and imporvements in systems engineering processes for the design of automotive controls. He holds 25 patents on automotive technology, and is a Fellow of the IEEE.