20/20 Global Symposium Delivers CAV Conversation to Over 600

20/20 Global Symposium Delivers CAV Conversation to Over 600


The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation (CCAT) at the University of Michigan just hosted its 3rd annual Global Symposium on Connected and Automated Vehicles. Twenty-nine speakers from across the United States, working in a variety of areas within the mobility and transportation sector, came together

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CCAT Researcher to Moderate Session at IEEE ITSC 2020

CCAT Researcher to Moderate Session at IEEE ITSC 2020


CCAT Researcher, Nadia Gkritza, will be moderating a session at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Conference on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITSC) in Rhodes, Greece. The session is titled: “Advances in Connected and Autonomous Mobility: From Data to Models, Impacts and Enablers

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CCAT Director Presents at PACTrans

CCAT Director Presents at PACTrans


CCAT Director Henry Liu spoke at the PacTrans University Transportation Center at the University of Washington. The title of his discussion was: “Critical Scenario Generation for Accelerated Testing of Autonomous Vehicles”, which provides a general framework for the testing scenario library generation (TSLG) problem. If you missed Professor Liu’s discussion,

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CCAT Student Bortiorkor Alabi to Receive WTS Chapter Scholarship

CCAT Student Bortiorkor Alabi to Receive WTS Chapter Scholarship


CCAT student, Bortiorkor Alabi, has been selected to receive the WTS Chapter Helene M. Overly Memorial Scholarship for 2019-2020, Greater Indianapolis Chapter. This scholarship recognizes a graduate female in the transportation industry and academia. Their goal is to support and encourage future female leaders in

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CCAT Researcher Recipient of the 2019 Milton Pikarsky Memorial Award

CCAT Researcher Recipient of the 2019 Milton Pikarsky Memorial Award


CCAT former student and current researcher, Dr. Sikai Chen, has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Milton Pikarsky Memorial award. This prize is given to the best Ph.D. dissertation in the transportation science and technology category. His dissertation is titled: “Safety

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CCAT Student has been awarded Civil Engineering Best Dissertation Award

CCAT Student has been awarded Civil Engineering Best Dissertation Award


Our CCAT student Sikai “Sky” Chen has been awarded the Spring/Summer 2019 Civil Engineering Best Dissertation Award at Purdue! This award by the Purdue Lyles School of Civil Engineering recognizes the best doctoral dissertation in the school including demonstrated excellence in the dissertation research through

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Augmented Reality Project in IEEE Spectrum

Augmented Reality Project in IEEE Spectrum


As discussions around fully autonomous vehicles have become the norm in households, concerns regarding their integration on our roadways arise. New vehicles require road testing to ensure that safe operation is possible, and facilities like Mcity and American Center for Mobility provide researchers with closed courses to perform this

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