Our mission is to develop modeling and simulation environments for discovering and assessing critical ground vehicle technologies. We focus on problems associated with conversion and management of power and energy within vehicles, mobility and survivability of the complete vehicle system, including the human operator. The Center employs extensive experimental facilities for validation and verification. Our models and simulations are all accompanied by analytical tools to assess optimality, reliability, survivability, and mobility in harsh environments with constrained fuel supplies and over a variety of terrains.
The Center relies on the collaboration of researchers from multiple universities and disciplines in order to bridge fundamental technology gaps. Alongside basic scientific goals, we focus on army-relevant topics and partner with industry to leverage and transfer our efforts and results.
21st ARC Annual Program Review
May 20-21, 2015, North Campus, The University of Michigan
Many thanks to all attendees for making the event a huge success!
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Prof. Stefanopoulou, ARC Director, Presents Keynote Lecture at ACC 2014 "Control of Powertrain Systems at the High Efficiency Limit" (video & slides posted)
Photographs from 2014 ARC Annual Review posted
Dr. Matt Reed comments on crash safety (Nov. 2014, Boston Globe)