A total of 49 items listed.
Replacing the batteries
Professor David Greenwood
As more and more electric vehicles are purchased every year and the UK government works towards net zero, researchers are developing battery technology to ensure that it stays efficient.
A centre fit for future transport
Professor David Mullins
The National Automotive Innovation Centre at the University of Warwick has support from government and industry to address the challenges in the research and development of future vehicles.
Driven to an electrifying future
Michael Kenward OBE
Nick Rogers FREng started his career as an apprentice technician and now leads product engineering at Jaguar Land Rover.
What role for biofuels in low-carbon UK transport?
Professor Adisa Azapagic FREng
Biofuels have a role to play in meeting the UK’s commitments to reducing climate change.
Thinking about the revolutions
Michael Kenward OBE
Professor Neville Jackson FREng joined Ricardo when he completed university. For more than three decades, he has helped the company to stay at the cutting-edge of engineering technologies.
A lot more than lubrication
Professor Ian Hutchings FREng
Professor Ian Hutchings FREng, GKN Professor of Manufacturing Engineering at the University of Cambridge, highlights the progress and some failures of the important discipline of tribology.
Professor Paul Newman FREng
Instilling robots with lifelong learning
Professor Paul Newman FREng explained to Michael Kenward how he came to lead the Oxford Mobile Robotics Group and why the time is right for a revolution in autonomous technologies.
Dr Ralf Speth FREng
R&D investment makes good business sense
In five years as CEO, Dr Ralf Speth FREng has increased investment and R&D at Jaguar Land Rover, overhauled the company’s production facilities, and incorporated energy-saving technologies and new materials
Responses to: SMR editorial, Energy from waste, Security of driverless cars
Professor Ian Fells CBE FREng FRSE, Eur Ing Richard Groome CEng FIChemE FRSPH, Hugh Boyes CEng FIET
Response to: Autonomous vehicles
Christopher Poulin, Professor Neville A Stanton, Professor David Cebon FREng, Dr Wolfgang Epple
When will cars drive themselves?
Professor Tim Gordon and Mathias Lidberg
There are many claims made about the progress of autonomous vehicles and their imminent arrival on UK roads. We look at the engineering behind these predictions