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In two recently established UD labs, Malikopoulos tests fuel-efficient, connected and automated vehicles (CAVs).
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Vehicles of the future put to the test
UD is researching ways to maximize fuel efficiency in connected and automated vehicles using sensors, cameras and advanced control algorithms.
Andreas Malikopoulos, who joined the University of Delaware’s Department of Mechanical Engineering in 2017, develops and implements technologies to allow vehicles to bypass roadblocks, change speed based on traffic conditions and adjust their powertrains to optimize efficiency.
Malikopoulos is a Fellow of the American Society for Mechanical Engineers. He is leading a $4.2 million, three-year project funded by the Advanced Research Projects Agency for Energy to improve the efficiency of a connected, automated Audi vehicle by at least 20 percent.
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