Carnegie Mellon University
Carnegie Mellon University is regularly recognized among the leading research and teaching institutions in the world. U.S. News and World Report ranks the CMU Computer Science School #1, Engineering #5, Computer Engineering #2, the Heinz College MS in Information Technology as #1, and the Heinz MS in Public Policy and Management as #8.
Along with hosting some of our nation’s top Engineering, Robotics, Computer Science, Information Systems, Information Technology, Public Management, and Public Policy and Management, CMU takes a leading role on Mobility21 research projects & initiatives.
University of Pennsylvania
The University of Pennsylvania is among the most prolific and high-quality producers of doctoral students and post-doctoral appointees in the country. The research-oriented institution has historically been complemented by innovations that helped shape the future of our society.
As a nationally recognized leader in producing groundbreaking research, the University of Pennsylvania is proud to provide a team of 12 investigators from the Engineering School, the School of Design, the Perelman School of Medicine, Penn Law School and the Wharton School at Penn and each take on interdisciplinary projects addressing important questions that may arise with an increase in innovation in transportation.
Ohio State University
Ohio State University researchers have expertise in a number of simulation environments thanks to the OSU Center for Automotive Research. The facilities support scale-model experiments in a laboratory setting using robotic platforms, hardware in the loop experiments, and full scale demonstrations involving multiple instrumented vehicles both on campus, and eventually at Easton Town Center in Columbus.
These capabilities allow researchers to design, implement, and test a sensing, control, or behavioral strategy using a modular, staged approach beginning with simulated vehicles in a purely simulated environment and ending with a mixture of real and virtual full-scale vehicles operating in a real-world, outdoor environment.
Community College of Allegheny County
The Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC) is the 16th largest community college in the nation, and is the largest provider of educational services in western Pennsylvania with nearly 30,000 students working toward degree, certificate, diploma and transfer credits every year.
CCAC offers both an Automotive Technology Certificate and Automotive Technology Associate of Science degree program. Both programs prepare students to service and repair today’s high-tech automobiles. Emerging green technologies such as hybrids, plug-in electrics and natural gas powered vehicles are also introduced.