Centre for Automotive Engineering

The Centre for Automotive Engineering (CAE) aims to provide world class technical research for vehicle analysis in the following key areas:

All electric and hybrid powertrains, vehicle dynamics simulation, tyre dynamics simulation, design and simulation of vehicle subsystems, design of experimental test benches, lightweight chassis design and vehicle aerodynamics.

Surrey University Racing Technology and Engineering Solutions team

Team SURTES is the University's in-house racing team comprised of a group of passionate and enthusiastic students.


Multiscale modelling of lithium-sulfur batteries

Funding information:
The Surrey’s Centre for Automotive Engineering in the Department of Mechanical Engineering Sciences, is offering a PhD studentship which will cover home fees and normal EPSRC stipend (currently £14, 553 a year).

Reinforcement learning control for autonomous systems

Funding information:
Funded EU and UK students only. Covers home fees and normal EPSRC stipend (currently £14553/year). All students may apply for this research project, but the full funding is guaranteed for UK and EU students.

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