New for 2021-22, UT Dallas has established public locations for two mobility-related research centers at the Richardson Innovation Quarter. They are the Center for Smart Mobility (COSMO) and the MINTS Center. The latter featuring low-cost, sophisticated air, land, and submersible drones. These are two of several research labs, centers, and institutes at the UT Dallas Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & Computer Science with deep experience and active research in transportation, driver modeling/assessment, smart cars, V2V & V2I, and more.
We look forward to potentially forming multi-PI/faculty teams to help address challenges outlined by private & public sector partners to improve safety, efficiency, and the quality of life for mobility. With 200 active patents and an equal number in process, and with more than 680 PhD-level staff and faculty researchers, the Office of Research and Innovation at UT Dallas is well-positioned to partner with private industry and public sector groups seeking to commercialize innovations or engage with talented startups.
John H.L. Hansen, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Research, Erik Jonsson School of Engineering & CS
Steve Guengerich, Associate VP for Research, Innovation & Commercialization