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Mobility

Mobility research within the College of Engineering is focused on developing integrated systems of communication and control for autonomous and connected vehicles and their environment.

Research areas include:

  • Smart infrastructure communicating pavement, environmental, and vehicle/pedestrian traffic conditions in real time
  • Traffic/mobility management providing vehicle and pedestrian modeling and management for safety, efficiency, and predictive control
  • CANVAS (Connected and Autonomous Networked Vehicles for Active Safety) seamlessly integrating mobility, safety, and security in autonomous and connected vehicles.

Related Faculty

Within the College of Engineering, mobility research is housed in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE); Computer Science and Engineering (CSE); Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEE); Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering (CMSE); Mechanical Engineering (ME); and Chemical Engineering and Materials Science (CHEMS).

Research News

Outstanding Research and Graduate Student Awards announced for 2019-20.
Outstanding Research and Graduate Student Awards announced for 2019-20.
MSU's Corktown site receives another investment to advance polymer composites for vehicle applications.
MSU's Corktown site receives another investment to advance polymer composites for vehicle applications.
NSF selects MSU for Research Experience for Undergraduates Site in sociomobility.
NSF selects MSU for Research Experience for Undergraduates Site in sociomobility.
ECE's Vaibhav Srivastava and Xiaobo Tan are creating a rigorous framework for human-robot learning.
ECE's Vaibhav Srivastava and Xiaobo Tan are creating a rigorous framework for human-robot learning.
Bradley Marks, an expert in food microbiology, will lead the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.
Bradley Marks, an expert in food microbiology, will lead the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering.