There are many ways you can collaborate with the team at IAAPS, from collaborative R&D, to research partnerships and engaging with our students.
Opening in 2021, our specialist hub supports collaborative research with the automotive industry to develop future generations of ultra-low emissions vehicles.
We offer automotive powertrain facilities that are able to deliver precise experimentation and simulation for academic research and industry collaboration
Find out about the teams and experts working in the Institution for Advanced Automotive Propulsion systems, including members and their roles.
Delivering business acceleration to SMEs through funding, business development, coaching and support.
IAAPS is participating in the AVL Advanced Simulation Technologies University Partnership Program which provides access to cutting edge simulation tools.
In collaboration with the IAAPS team, HiETA Technologies designed, manufactured and physically tested a lightweight and internally cooled Radial turbine wheel.
The University of Bath has awarded Rydon the contract for the construction of its new automotive propulsion research facility as part of IAAPS.
Our Centre for Doctoral Training in Automotive Propulsion Systems brings together students to support the transition into a smarter, more sustainable future
New Hybrid Thermal Propulsion Systems Prosperity Partnership aims to accelerate UK’s journey to zero emission mobility
IAAPS ramps up its presence at the annual LCV event as global industry leaders and ambitious innovators gather to discuss the future of low carbon mobility
Science Minister Chris Skidmore has unveiled a commemorative plaque at the University’s new £70m Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS).