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Daily Archives: March 1st, 2023

  1. Jointless ECC Pavement at Mcity Receives Sensors to Monitor, Assess Real-World Conditions

    CEE researchers are examining ways to develop unreinforced jointless rigid pavement with improved structural resiliency and durability while reducing cost and improving environmental sustainability using an Engineered Cementitious Composite (ECC).

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  2. Automation is a field where cutting-edge research is happening at CEE

    Professor Yafeng Yin provided an in-depth perspective on Automation, which is one of CEE’s five Strategic Directions. He recently participated in an interview that explored the many technical, philosophical, economic and emotional components that affect Automation, from its implementation to its growth and acceptance.

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  3. An aerial view of the University of Michigan autonomous vehicle testing facility at night.

    Automation Drives Transportation Studies to Improve Safety, Fuel Efficiency

    Automation has the potential to improve traffic safety and offer other benefits to drivers, pedestrians and society as a whole. The ability of sensor systems aboard automated vehicles (AVs) to collect and provide information that guides decision-making can reduce traffic accidents and optimize traffic flows.

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  4. $5M to enable remote, next-generation autonomous vehicle testing at Mcity

    Mcity, which operates the world’s first purpose-built test environment for connected and autonomous vehicles (AVs), will invest $5.1 million from the National Science Foundation to supercharge the facility’s evolution into a test track unlike any other.

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  5. University of Michigan partners on multi-institution planning effort for state’s water future

    The University of Michigan will work with Michigan State University, Wayne State University, and regional and state stakeholders to craft policies that will ensure safe drinking water at low cost.

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  6. CEE Engineers Receive Erb Family Foundation Grants

    U-M CEE engineers have received two grants totalling more than $1.17 million from the Erb Family Foundation to research regional coordination, with a focus on optimizing wastewater and stormwater systems operations, and assisting residents and municipalities in managing these water issues using digital tools.

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