The National Center for Automotive Science & Technology at Weber State University is an education, industry and government partnership created to develop a better understanding of vehicle emissions, advanced emission control technology, fuels and transportation issues among academic, regulatory and private sectors. Our goal is to increase public awareness and involvement through applied research, science and education so that action can be taken to create and maintain a better way of life.
We are dedicated to providing WSU students with beneficial experience and expertise that will help them in their future endeavors.
We regularly hire students from a variety of disciplines based on our needs.
Our current team includes:
Joe Thomas - Director
Chris Woodhave - Project Coordinator/Trainer
Brian Magness - Software Developer/Trainer
Ron Hunt - Software Developer/System Admin/Trainer
Alan Walker - Lab Technician/Course Developer
Stephen Bromley - Web Developer/Graphic Designer
Ned Armstrong - Computer Science Student Intern
Lucas Thatcher - Automotive Student Intern
Will Speigle - Technical Trainer
Will Carroll - Technical Trainer