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Connected and Automated Vehicles Research Topics & Contributors

vehicular electronics researchers at workVehicular electronics research focuses on vehicle electronic systems integration, vehicle communications, power distribution, electromagnetic compatibility, and electromagnetic modeling. The lab also works with companies to provide the tools and training necessary to ensure that their products will meet electromagnetic compatibility and reliability requirements.

Here is a sampling of current research projects being conducted in this area:
Efficient low-noise power inverters
Failure-Mode Models for MLCC and Tantalum Capacitors
Using unintentional emissions to anticipate MOSFET and IGBT failures
Safe and reliable automotive electronics
Component-level characterization for system-level EMC simulations
First-pass compliance with automotive EMC requirements
Maximum radiated emissions calculator
Improved circuit board filters employing SMT capacitors

Additional Resources
Clemson University Vehicular Electronics Laboratory website

This research is made possible thanks to the generosity of the companies and organizations listed below.
John Deere
NEC Corporation
National Science Foundation
Skypine Electronics