"Vehicle Modeling and Simulation Laboratory"

Ohio University - Russ College of Engineering and Technology

About Our Lab

The lab is designed to focus on three main topics: sensors and sensor fusion, intelligent vehicles, and preventing vehicle crashes. One example of current work is determining the precise location of the host vehicle relative to the road via lane markers and “potential in-path targets” before taking any active or passive actions.

Our Research Projects

The Vehicle Modeling and Simulation Laboratory (VMSL) is first of its kind at Ohio University. Our research will focus on to study the various vehicle parameters, the driving environment, and the driver’s reaction to those situations.

Our Publications

Our faculty and students have published research in a variety of scholarly journals. We have also presented our research at international conferences. Our list of publications provides examples of our contributions to the academic community.

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TE Connectivity Lecture Series, Penn State Harrisburg

TE Connectivity Lecture Series

TE Connectivity Lecture Series, Penn State Harrisburg

TE Connectivity Lecture Series

TE Connectivity Lecture Series, Penn State Harrisburg

TE Connectivity Lecture Series

TE Connectivity Lecture Series, Penn State Harrisburg

TE Connectivity Lecture Series

TE Connectivity Lecture Series, Penn State Harrisburg