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Brock University recently joined AUTO21 and Ejaz Ahmed, Dean of the Faculty of Mathematics and Science and Professor of Statistics, is already engaged in a research project entitled Traffic and Road Injury Prevention Program (TRIP).
Brock becomes the 47th institution to join AUTO21, a multi-disciplinary, auto-related research and development initiative established by the Canadian Network of Centres of Excellence (NCE) program. It brings together nearly 200 of Canada’s best researchers and over 400 students from 47 universities and 120 companies, government laboratories and other organizations.
The federal government established AUTO21 to help advance Canada as a leader in automotive research and development and researchers are tackling a variety of issues related to the automotive industry within six themes of study: health, safety and injury prevention; societal issues and the future automobile; materials and manufacturing; design processes; powertrains, fuels and emissions; and intelligent systems and sensors.
For more information on AUTO21 visit www.auto21.com