Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems showcases innovation at MSU

December 19, 2014

Faculty and students at Mississippi State's Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems (CAVS) showcased several developments to visitors from the Environmental Protection Agency and the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality who wanted to learn about environmentally-friendly innovations at the university.

Zach Rowland, MSU deputy director of CAVS, said MSU faculty and students affiliated with the center enjoy showcasing Mississippi State's capabilities relative to automotive engineering and the current innovations that will reduce the overall carbon footprint of vehicles in the future.

The tour of CAVS research facilities included the materials analysis lab, a mechanical testing facility, advanced engine combustion lab, and human factor studies lab complete with a driving simulator.

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