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Significantly impact the evolution of the U.S. next-generation transportation systems with emerging technologies on safety, mobility, and sustainability. Provide national and regional leadership for connected and automated transportation research, science, education, training, and deployment.

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Upcoming Events

Promotional Image for the CCAT Distinguished Lecture Series with Professor Mary Cummings. It features their headshot and the talk title "The Pandora's Box of Autonomous Vehicles (AVs)". The link directs to the registration page on the CCAT Eventbrite page.

CCAT Distinguished Lecture Series
February 15th | 1:00 PM ET

Latest News

Zachary Jerome Receives Outstanding Student of the Year Award (SOYA) for 2023

Zachary Jerome Receives Outstanding Student of the Year Award (SOYA) for 2023 Headshot of Zachary Jerome, the 2023 Student of the Year from the Center for Connected and Automated Transportation (CCAT) Every year, each USDOT-funded University Transportation Center (UTC) selects a Student of the Year which is awarded at the Council of University Transportation Centers (CUTC) banquet in January. Selected students receive flight and hotel accommodations in D.C., as well as a registration to the Transportation Research Board’s annual meeting. This year, the Center for Connected and Automated Transportation has nominated Zachary Jerome, a Ph.D. candidate under Henry Liu, Ph.D. Zachary joined the program at the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor in 2020 after…

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