Northland Advanced Transportation Systems Research Laboratory (NATSRL)

Research Goal

The main goal of the NATSRL research program is to develop Innovative Intelligent Transportation Systems technologies with the high possibility of implementation.

Regular research projects at NATSRL are developed through an annual research selection process, where representatives from local and out-of-state agencies actively participate in reviewing and selecting the proposals. Further, a small number of seed research projects that break new ground or explore out-of-box concepts can be developed year round.

FY 2012 Request for Proposals: Due February 7, 2011

The RFP for FY 2012 (pdf) NATSRL research projects has been issued along with the proposal format (Word doc) and the list of potential research topics (pdf). For detailed information contact Eil Kwon.

Eligibility for NATSRL Funding

The person submitting a research proposal for NATSRL must be an employee of the University of Minnesota Duluth and eligible for Principle Investigator status as defined by the University of Minnesota Board of Regents Policy "Principle Investigator Eligibility on Sponsored Projects".

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Current Fiscal Year: 2011

Previous Fiscal Years: 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003

* NATSRL Project Report Template (for Principal Investigators)

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