Associate Professor, Mechanical EngineeringIndividual Home Page
1231 Beal, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2133
Phone: (734) 763-2769
PhD in Engineering Mathematics, University of Bristol, UK, 2006
MSc in Engineering Physics, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary, 2002
Nonlinear dynamics and control, time delay systems, connected and automated vehicles, traffic flow
Tenured and Tenure-Track
Two ME faculty receive Fulbright Scholar Awards
Professor André Boehman and Associate Professor Gabor Orosz plan to spend a semester abroad in Spain and Hungary research and teaching. We asked them some questions about their upcoming Fulbright Scholar Awards Program.
Connected and Automated Vehicle Conference is a Collaborative Success
A conference built on collaboration provides a platform for networking among students, faculty and industry leaders.
ME Research is Playing a part in Paving the Way for Autonomous Vehicles
Southeast Michigan is the perfect melting pot for transforming the automobile industry and U-M is making sure to be at the center of it.
Even one automated, connected car improves safety, energy use in traffic
In a chain-reaction braking event, an automated vehicle with connected cruise control can slow down more efficiently.
Self-driving cars can be even safer with connected technology
Mcity demonstrates the powerful pairing of connectivity and automation.
Duan wins Best Paper Award at the 2015 Dynamic Systems and Controls Conference
The paper was chosen for the award amongst 56 nominations and 6 finalists. It was co-authored by fellow ME Ph.D. student, Keval Ramani, and ME Assistant Professor, Chinedum Okwudire
U-M ME Faculty hosted the 12th IFAC Workshop on Time Delay Systems
The 12th IFAC Workshop was held June 28-30, 2015, at the Michigan League
Orosz featured in BBC article
In a BBC article titled "Can a city ever be traffic jam-free?" Assistant Professor Gabor Orosz discussed the nature of traffic jams and how they are influenced by human behavior
Orosz selected as NSF CAREER awardee
CAREER awards recognize junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research and education