Professor Jonathan Wenzel in chemistry engineering lab

Research / / Propelling Innovation

Research at Kettering

Driving America forward, shaping policy, and finding new ways to improve lives and communities through engineering, technology, and science. Faculty members are leading experts in their respective fields and conduct research with both undergraduate and graduate students.

Collaborating across disciplines, faculty and students practice real world applications that prepare students for their careers and provide solutions to problems the world faces today.

12 Awards

NSF-Major Research Instrumentation Grants

21-Acre

Only one of its kind Mobility Research Center

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Research-Dedicated Lab Facilities 

The Future of Mobility is at Kettering

The 21-acre Mobility Research Center is a state-of-the-art proving ground that includes a 3.25-acre customizable all-weather test pad built to race track performance specifications with low-speed handling loops, elevation and surface change with diverse testing environments and fully customizable with straightaway distances of up to 500-ft.

Kettering University's labs and facilities provide research skills and experiences to undergraduate and graduate students. Undergraduate students have the unique opportunity to engage in research projects in their area of interest as soon as they arrive on campus.

Sponsored and Applied Research

Kettering University's labs and facilities are used for sponsored and applied research. Our faculty have received 12 NSF MRI grants since 2012 and worked with numerous companies in areas such as autonomous vehicles, medical research, crash safety, and other ground-breaking areas.