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Chancellor Schrader Officially Inaugrates the Advanced Construction Materials Laboratory‚ÄĆ

CTIS Grant Concludes: A Look Back at Eight Years

 

 

About CTIS Areas of Research
More Background

This University Transporation Center
has been in operation since 1998
and
supports
cutting edge research,
education and
technology transfer activities
that address national transportation-related needs.

 

Advanced Construction Materials


Transition-state Fuel Vehicle Infrastructure


 Non-destructive Evaluation (NDE) Technologies and Methods


This Center is part of the

University Transportation Centers (UTC) Program
under the
management of the Research, Development and Technology program,
a division of the
Research and Innovative Technology Administration
of the U.S. Department of Transportation.

Working on transportation-related research?  Find out about CTIS Funding >> 

 

    

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