Autonomous vehicles have made significant advancements over the last generation, but at least one major limitation remains for most—the ability to reliably travel off-road, which encompasses the majority of Earth’s terrain.
Two teams of Mechanical Engineering students from Mississippi State University, led by graduate students at the Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems, participated in the Steel Founders’ Society of America second annual Cast in Steel competition.
Cutting edge technology used by collegiate and professional sports teams to enhance athletes’ performance has been adapted for industrial use to help reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus amongst employees, according to information provided to regional industry leaders during a Zoom virtual conference.
The Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS), part of the Mississippi State University’s James Worth Bagley College of Engineering, designed and donated a sterilizer to the Mississippi State Veterans Home in Kosciusko, to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
Mississippi State mechanical engineering students have turned a conventional truck toolbox into a device that will sterilize face masks for the university’s John C. Longest Student Health Center staff.
The inaugural MSU Athlete Engineering Summit brings the heat this June, just in time for summer. Mississippi State’s Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS), the Bagley College of Engineering, the MSU Athletics Department, and the university’s National Strategic Planning and Analysis Research Center (NSPARC) partner to host the MSU Athlete Engineering Summit on June 10-11…
Mississippi State University researchers have patented and licensed a major advancement in split Hopkinson pressure bar technology, significantly reducing the amount of space needed for intermediate and high-strain rate testing.
A $500,000 federal grant is helping Mississippi State agriculture students apply virtual reality technology to train for high-tech careers in environmental control.
Mississippi State University has been invited for the fifth consecutive time to participate in the nation’s premier automotive engineering competition.