Leveraging research done on campus, student-run MIT Driverless partners with industry collaborators to develop and test autonomous technologies in real-world racing scenarios.
MISTI program expands to virtual activities while still planning for the world beyond.
In an award-winning paper, the PhD student and MIT CSHub research assistant measures how the weight of vehicles deteriorates pavements.
MIT postdoc explains how reflective pavements can significantly — and often indirectly — mitigate climate change and extreme heat.
JTL Urban Mobility Lab researchers examine the effects of protecting user data privacy on the efficiency and service quality of ride-sharing applications.
Studying usage in Singapore, MIT and SMART researchers find scooter rentals allow for increased sharing frequency and fewer vehicles needed.
Work of the Future research brief looks at changes in two supply-chain industries in the wake of the pandemic.
“We hear big data is going to change the world, but I don’t believe it will unless we synthesize it into tools with a public benefit,” she says.
The Clean Air Car Race, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in August, had a lasting impact on the auto industry, government regulations, and the students and faculty who took part.
Topics include Covid-19 and urban mobility, strategies for electric vehicle charging networks, and infrastructure and economics for hydrogen-fueled transportation.