Welcome to the

Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS)

We are a world-class technology development center comprised of engineering, research, development and technology transfer teams. Founded in 2002, CAVS is committed to exploring solutions to complex problems, in areas such as autonomous vehicles, materials science, high-performance computing, advanced controls, and human-machine interaction.

Annual Reports

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CAVS Additive Manufacturing Researcher Receives NSF Career Award

February 23, 2021 - A Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems Researcher and an MSU Bagley College of Engineering faculty member ...

MSU Again Leads Mississippi’s Research Universities, Remains in Nation’s Top 100 in Latest NSF Survey

February 2, 2021 - The latest survey from the National Science Foundation again affirms Mississippi State's status as the ...

CAVS and Cross-College Collaboration Creates Virtual Reality Initiative to Help Future Growers Navigate High Risk Ag Enterprise

February 2, 2021 - Learning how to maneuver the high-risk aspects of the agriculture industry is taking on a new meaning ...

CAVS Graduate Student, McCabe, Selected for Esteemed Leonard P. Gollobin Award

December 17, 2020 - Emily McCabe, a graduate student in Mississippi State's Department of Mechanical Engineering, was recently ...

Julie Jordan Named MSU’s Chief Research Officer

December 9, 2020 - Julie Jordan has been named Mississippi State’s vice president for research and economic development, ...

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