Racing Lounge

Best practices and teamwork for student competitions

Results for: Team achievements

Project-Based Learning: Five Key Features To Motivating Students

Posted by Christoph Hahn,

Many students I know take issue with Plato’s famous quote: “Students are lazy, disengaged and have bad manners” (The Republic VIII, 562b-563e). Stepping back from the ‘bad manners’ accusation, engaging and effectively teaching bored students can be challenging and the reasons behind haven’t become clear to me for quite some… read more >>

Torque Vectoring – KIT Team Sharing Vehicle Controls Success Story 2

Posted by Christoph Hahn,

Ka.Race.Ing-Team at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology volunteered to share in depth and hands-on their approach around vehicle controls and torque vectoring in particular. They are winners of the Simulink Student Challenge 2016. And to top it all off, Julian our guest blogger today, added two of their models on the MATLAB… read more >>

Introducing the team – Part 2

Posted by Christoph Hahn,

This blog post is the second and final part introducing the MathWorks student competition team. We are 8 folks located in Boston (US), Cambridge (UK) and Munich (DE) with a key mission to equip student teams around the globe with software, training, and mentoring to tackle the same technical issues as professional… read more >>

Introducing the team – Part 1

Posted by Christoph Hahn,

In this blog post I have the great pleasure to introduce the MathWorks student competition team. We are 8 folks located in Boston (US), Cambridge (UK) and Munich (DE) with a key mission to equip student teams around the globe with software, training, and mentoring to tackle the same technical… read more >>