What is the future of diesel engines in the face of growing pressures to reduce CO2 while holding health-harming pollutants to ever-lower levels? Dr. Johnson will discuss diesel technology for both light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles and address the competition among gasoline and diesel engines, hybrid powertrains and electric vehicles as advanced propulsion solutions.
Student Challenge: Create a tangible visualization of the amount of carbon emissions created by the University of Michigan in the year 2016: 641,000 metric tons, or 1,413,161,420 pounds, of carbon dioxide. This represents approximately 30% of Ann Arbor’s total emissions footprint. (For more detail about U-M’s GHG emissions, see this report.)
TE3 brings economic scholars together with government and industry practitioners to explore transportation and fuel research for energy and environmental policies that will foster progress toward long-term climate protection and business goals.