Alton Anspaugh is the winner of the LHPU Yellow Jersey for the Columbus AFSB class. Alton is a very enthusiastic student who completes the material ahead of time. He is very helpful with his classmates who need a bit of extra support with writing and decoding CAN messages. Congratulations Alton!
Alton Anspaugh is fascinated by the shift to autonomy in the automotive industry. He aspires to be on the forefront of the autonomous movement with a career in embedded controls. Alton’s hands-on experience with embedded control systems from LHPU serves as a foundation for his future professional career.
Alton’s proficiency includes using Simulink to design an engine control system, creating minimum and maximum governor model designs, a feedback PI controller, and calibrating a control system with MotoTune. He served an internship with Caterpillar Remanufacturing where he was exposed to fixture design, FMEA, and time-study analysis.
Alton currently attends Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology for his Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering with an expected May 2018 graduation. Alton enjoys competitive running, and is part of the cross country and track and field teams at Rose-Hulman.