Prof. Liu presented the latest research on automated vehicles to the Munro Live Team at Mcity
The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation hosted the fifth both in-person and virtual annual conference on April 12th and 13th at the Michigan Union in Ann Arbor, MI. Cybersecurity, infrastructure, and shared mobility were discussed during the two-day event. Join CCAT's mailing list to be the first to receive updates from the University of Michigan’s premier transportation event.
The paper "Intelligent driving intelligence test for autonomous vehicles with naturalistic and adversarial environment", which is published in Nature Communications, received the Transportation Science and Logistics Society ITS Outstanding Paper Award at the 2021 Annual Meeting of INFORMS.
A webinar of Scenario Generation Toolbox for Accelerating AV Development and Validation at the American Center for Mobility (ACM) was hosted by ACM.
A research paper from CCAT Director, Prof. Henry Liu, has been published and chosen as a featured article in the scientific journal, Nature Communications. It proposes a naturalistic and adversarial driving environment (NADE) that will drastically improve the efficiency of autonomous vehicle testing and evaluation.
Congratulations! Dr. Yan Zhao won the Chinese Overseas Transportation Association (COTA) Best Dissertation Award 2019-2020 in the area of Technology and Science for his Ph.D. dissertation titled Traffic State Estimation Using Probe Vehicle Data.
01/19/2021 The Virtual Annual Reception Hosted by UMTRI/CCAT at TRB2021 Annual Meeting
This year's event went virtual and was kicked off with remarks from Dr. Jim Sayer and Prof. Henry Liu.
Seven papers from MTL were presented at the 2021 TRB Annual Meeting. The full list of the paper can be viewed here.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) today awarded a $9.95 million Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies Deployment (ATCMTD) grant to the University of Michigan for the Smart Intersections: Paving the Way for a National CAV Deployment Project. Prof. Henry Liu is the PI for this project.
The Center for Connected and Automated Transportation hosted the 3rd Global Symposium. It was also the first time it moved online. Our world-class speakers covered topics such as the 5.9 GHz spectrum reallocation, cyber-security in connected and automated vehicles, necessary infrastructure changes, etc. Please check CCAT's YouTube channel for much more!
Congratulations! CEE student team (Yan Zhao. Xiaotong Sun and Alex Sundt) from the Michigan Transportation Student Organization (MiTSO) has won 1st Place in the USDOT-National Operations Center of Excellence (NOCoE) 2nd Annual Transportation Technology Tournament.
2019 Global Symposium on Connected and Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure sponsored by the U.S. Depart of Transportation’s Center for Connected and Automated Transportation (CCAT) at the University of Michigan.
Congratulations to Dr. Weili Sun and Xintao Yan on winning the Exceptional Paper Award in Research for paper "Signal Timing Parameters Estimation for Intersections Using Floating Car Data" at 2019 TRB.
Congratulations! Dr. Wai Wong on the paper (Wong, W., Wong, S.C. & Liu, H. (2018) Bootstrap standard error estimations of nonlinear transport models based on linearly projected data. Transportmetrica A: Transport Science, 15(2), 602-630. https://doi.org/10.1080/23249935.2018.1519647) awarded the HKSTS Outstanding Dissertation Paper Award and the Gordon Newell Memorial Prize.
A white Paper that Professor Henry Liu and Dr. Yiheng Feng outlined the unique augmented reality technology used to test connected and automated vehicles at Mcity was published in today's University Record.
2018 Global Symposium for Connected and Automated Vehicles and Infrastructure sponsored by the U.S. Depart of Transportation’s Center for Connected and Automated Transportation (CCAT) at the University of Michigan.
CEE Faculty partnered with DiDi Chuxing for transportation research.
Congratulations! Jianfeng Zheng defended his Ph.D. thesis: Data-Driven Applications for Connected Vehicle Based Traffic Signal Systems
He became the first Ph.D. graduate from Michigan's newly established Next Generation Transportation System (NGTS) program in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
Didi CTO Bo Zhang visited us.
Professor Carlos Daganzo from UC Berkeley visited us.
Congratulations! Dr. Sharon Di joined Columbia University as an assistant professor.