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Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre

Research Group

Main organisation:Research Council
Lifecycle:1 Nov 2007 →  Today
Organisation profile:

The Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre (MOBI) is leader in defining the state-of-the-art in Electromobility and Socio-Economic Evaluations for sustainable mobility and logistics.

The strength of MOBI resides in a unique combination of socio-economical, environmental & technical competencies, together with tools & assets specifically developed for the sustainable transport sector.

Keywords:Transport and logistics, Intermodal transport, Environmental assessment, Renewable energy, Electric Vehicles, Sustainable mobility, Traffic safety, hybrid vehicles, LCA
Disciplines:Power electronics, Transport economics, Numerical modelling and design, Data mining, Adaptive agents and intelligent robotics, Power electronics not elsewhere classified, Automotive combustion and fuel engineering, Electrochemistry, Automation and control systems, Urban and regional design, development and planning, Life cycle analysis of construction materials, Consumer behaviour, Market research, Climate change, Ecodesign, Sustainable development, Smart cities, Environmental and sustainable planning, Control engineering, Transport planning, Transport design, Public transportation, Modelling and simulation, Innovation and technology management, Logistics and supply chain management, Transportation impact analysis, Business management, Intelligent vehicles, Intelligent transportation systems, Energy conversion, Economic development, innovation, technological change and growth, Energy storage, Automotive engineering, Distribution, Environmental impact and risk assessment, Environmental management, Machine learning and decision making, Battery technology, Electrical energy production and distribution, Neural, evolutionary and fuzzy computation, Environment policy, Automotive engineering not elsewehere classified, Electrical machines and transformers, Renewable power and energy systems engineering , Information sciences, Distributed computing, Chemical characterisation of materials, Information systems