There are many ways to get involved with research activities at the Sloan Automotive Laboratory. In addition to cutting edge research, Sloan Automotive Lab personnel are involved in seminars, teaching and community outreach.
Sloan Automotive Lab Seminar Series
Seminar on topics related to engines, fuels, vehicle behavior, broader transportation energy questions presented by graduate students, faculty, researchers, and special guest speakers of the Sloan Automotive Laboratory.
The Spring Seminar Series starts February 7, 2013, every Thursday through May 16, 2013.
Link to upcoming seminar [PDF].
2.61 Internal Combustion Engines
2.65S The Future of Vehicular Transportation: Propulsion, Fuels, and Emissions
As a working lab we do not offer regular tours. Special arrangements can occassionally be made for school groups, prospective students, etc. Contact Janet Maslow to inquire.
Coming soon. Information on applying for graduate studies can be found here.
The Sloan Automotive Laboratory is actively recruiting UROP students. Current projects include:
- EECS or electronics-savvy students in other departments:
- Data acquisition configuration. The objective is to build a specialized signal generator to help setup and troubleshoot DAQ equipment in the lab.
- RPM measurement from quadrature encoder. The goal is to build a device to provide real time RPM data from a quadrature encoder.