Transportation Systems Analyst, Transportation Systems Analysis Group
Center for Automotive Research
Adela Spulber joined CAR in 2015 as a Transportation Systems Analyst within the Transportation Systems Analysis research group. In this role, she focuses on connected and automated vehicle research, new mobility services, and contributes to efforts in economic development, supply chain and logistics, and other topics.
Prior to working for CAR, Adela worked as a Project Coordinator at the Cross-border Operational Mission in Paris, a non-profit organization that carries out research and advocacy for cross-border development in Europe and around the world. Her responsibilities included leading research projects on economic development, transportation and public transit systems, as well as other cross-border public policies. Adela was also a consultant at Aramis, a consulting firm based in Paris, where she focused on evaluations and audits of European and French grant programs for economic development and employment.
Adela received a master’s degree in Regional and Urban Planning and a bachelor’s degree in Political Sciences and European Affairs from Sciences Po Paris in France. She is fluent in numerous languages, including English, French, Italian, and Spanish.
- The Great Divide: What Automotive Consumers are Buying vs. Auto & Supplier Investments in Future Technologies, Products & Business Models
- Technology Roadmaps: Intelligent Mobility Technology; Materials and Manufacturing Processes; and Light Duty Vehicle Propulsion
- Strategic Growth Plan for Connected and Automated Vehicle Assets in Southeast Michigan
- Future Cities: Navigating the New Era of Mobility
- International Scan of Connected and Automated Vehicle Technology Deployment Efforts
- Planning for Connected and Automated Vehicles
- Potential Cost Savings and Additional Benefits of Convergence of Safety Regulations between the United States and the European Union
- The Impact of New Mobility Services on the Automotive Industry
- Performance Based Planning and Programming for Pavement Management
- Impact of Automated Vehicle Technologies on Driver Skills
- Public Perceptions of Connected and Automated Vehicle Technologies