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

SEM honors Gary Cloud for recognized eminence and sustained service.
SEM honors Gary Cloud for recognized eminence and sustained service.
MSU expert asked: Do Heavy Trucks Damage Our Roads?
MSU expert asked: Do Heavy Trucks Damage Our Roads?
Civil engineers at MSU are helping Michigan evaluate enforcement methods for distracted driving.
Civil engineers at MSU are helping Michigan evaluate enforcement methods for distracted driving.
Ajit Srivastava named Fellow by the International Academy of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.
Ajit Srivastava named Fellow by the International Academy of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.
MSU-Q to collaborate on the nation’s first curriculum to train workers for next-gen computers with quantum processors. Shutterstock/Y. Siarhei
MSU-Q to collaborate on the nation’s first curriculum to train workers for next-gen computers with quantum processors. Shutterstock/Y. Siarhei