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There are two groups on which we are building expanded research. The first group works on alternative energy sources, including solar cells, thermoelectric materials and biobased sources. We are very strong here. The second group focuses on transportation, aspects of which have had a long, successful history in the college. Near-term growth will occur in composite vehicles, field-to-wheels’ studies for powertrain design, and hybrid vehicles.

Research News

Mary Wroten ('96) is the associate director for global sustainability at Ford Motor Company.
Mary Wroten ('96) is the associate director for global sustainability at Ford Motor Company.
Team of MSU scientists – including Spartan Engineers – tackling the PFAS crisis.
Team of MSU scientists – including Spartan Engineers – tackling the PFAS crisis.
For emerging wearable tech to advance, it needs improved power sources. Now researchers from Michigan State University have provided a potential solution via crumpled carbon nanotube forests, or CNT forests.
MSU scientist is collaborating on self-powered wearable tech.
Celebrating the relationship between Fraunhofer USA and MSU during Commencement on May 3, 2019, were (from left) Thomas Schuelke, Acting MSU President Satish Udpa, Reimund Neugebauer, president of Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, and John Albrecht, Dean Leo Kempel and John Papapolymerou.
MSU celebrates 15 years of collaboration, research, and innovation with Fraunhofer USA.
Electrical Engineer Joydeep Mitra to receive international award for contributions to power system reliability.
Electrical Engineer Joydeep Mitra recognized for contributions to power system reliability.