Press Coverage

Putting More Mechanics into Mechanical Engineering

Stanford Magazine, September 30, 2012

Greg Kress, PhD candidate and Acting Assistant Professor Martin Steinert teach a class on mechanical anthropology, restoring a 1962 Cadillac de Ville and exploring the technology and culture of that time.   Read Full Article

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Racers’ Brains Provide Data for Autonomous Cars

Wired.com, August 20, 2012

Professor Chris Gerdes leads Revs Program at Stanford researchers gathering brainwave wave data of race car drivers in a '66 Ford GT40 outfitted with gyroscopes, sensors & accelerometers to design steering systems for Shelley, Stanford's autonomous car and safety features that can help ordinary drivers by stabilizing their vehicle if the driver goes beyond a car's limits.   Read Full Article

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Renault-Nissan Head Carlos Ghosn Talks Future of Cars at Stanford

Stanford School of Engineering, May 31, 2013

To hear Carlos Ghosn tell it, the car of the future will recognize your voice and respond to subtle hand gestures.   Read Full Article

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Revs extends Stanford car research to humanities, social sciences

The Stanford Daily, April 08, 2011

Stanford selected for new automotive program to bring academics together for interdisciplinary study of the automobile to provide insight to future safety innovations and understand the driver experience.   Read Full Article

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Revs Program at Stanford Wins Historic Motoring Awards

The International Historic Motoring Awards, November 17, 2011

The Revs Program at Stanford wins award for Industry Champion of the Year at the inaugural International Historic Motoring Awards held at St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel before an audience of racing legends, celebrities, collectors and industry heads.   Read Full Article

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Revs Program at Stanford: Preserving the meaning of the automobile

examiner.com, April 18, 2011

The Revs Program at Stanford founded by visionary Miles Collier researches and teaches automotive topics across various schools such as humanities, fine arts, social sciences, design, science and engineering and will create a multi-media library of automotive history and knowledge.   Read Full Article

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Revs Program Sponsors Film Series Celebrating Cars

Stanford University News, February 07, 2012

Developed by the Department of Art and Art History and the Revs Program, Driven: A Car Culture Film Series fosters a greater awareness of the dynamic relationship between film and the profound impact of the automobile during the 20th century.   Read Full Article

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Road & Track archives donated to Stanford Revs Program

Autoblog.com, December 10, 2012

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Road & Track’s Archives Will Be Preserved For Gentlemen And Scholars

Jalopnik.com, December 10, 2012

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