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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

MSU researchers introduce custom, compact, low-cost fingerprint reader to help reduce infant mortality worldwide.
MSU researchers introduce custom, compact, low-cost fingerprint reader to help reduce infant mortality worldwide.
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.
Roozbeh Dargazany, an assistant professor of civil engineering at Michigan State University, will use $1.5 million to help in the lightweighting effort by building a one-of-a-kind database to better understand one of the challenges -- the corrosion of polymeric adhesives.
MSU receives $1.5 million to predict damage accumulation in polymeric adhesives.
Michigan State University will highlight how it is transforming its 5,200-acre campus into a connected ecosystem for new mobility solutions during AutoMobili-D at the 2019 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) at Detroit’s Cobo Center, Jan. 14-17.
MSU will highlight its 5,200-acre connected ecosystem at NAIAS in Detroit, Jan. 14-17.
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Nanzer to receive the 2019 Outstanding Young Engineer Award from the IEEE Microwave Society.