TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Research Results Digest 25: Graduate Research Award Program on Public-Sector Aviation Issues Update: 2008–2017 provides initial information for the 2016–2017 academic year of the Graduate Research Award Program on Public-Sector Aviation Issues (ACRP Project 11-04).
The report also includes abstracts for student papers from the 2015–2016, 2014-2015, and 2013–2014 academic years, and lists papers from prior academic years beginning in 2008–2009. Abstracts for the earlier papers are available in ACRP RRD 14 and ACRP RRD 19.
The program, sponsored by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and administered by the ACRP, is designed to encourage applied research on airport-related aviation system issues and to foster the next generation of aviation community leaders. Under the program, up to ten awards of $10,000 each are made to full-time graduate students for successful completion of a research paper on public-sector airport-related aviation issues during the academic year.
Candidates must be full-time students enrolled in a graduate degree program at a North American accredited institution of higher learning during the academic year. Successful papers are presented at the TRB Annual Meeting following completion of the program, and exceptional papers have been published in subsequent volumes of the Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board.
Table of Contents
|Academic Year 2016 2017||3-3|
|Academic Year 2015 2016||4-4|
|Papers Scheduled for Publication, 2015 2016||5-8|
|Academic Year 2014 2015||9-9|
|Published Papers, 2014 2015||10-13|
|Academic Year 2013 2014||14-14|
|Published Papers, 2013 2014||15-18|
|Academic Year 2012 2013||19-19|
|Academic Year 2011 2012||20-20|
|Academic Year 2010 2011||21-21|
|Academic Year 2009 2010||22-22|
|Academic Year 2008 2009||23-23|
|Appendix B: Program Participants||24-25|
|Appendix C: Program Sequence||26-28|
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