The Center for Advancing Research in Transportation, Emissions, Energy, and Health University Transportation Center (CARTEEH) will be accepting problem statements for its competitive research program from October 2 – 16, 2017.
Application form: CARTEEH Problem Statement Application Form
Proposed projects must advance research that addresses transportation emissions in the context of public health.
We are particularly interested in projects that are aligned with our focus areas:
- Policy and Decision Making – understanding how air quality and energy policy and regulations affect transportation emissions and public health outcomes
- Emissions and Energy Estimation – enhanced modeling and measurement of transportation emissions and energy consumption, and the implications for air pollution and public health
- Alternative Technologies – how technological advancements affect transportation emissions and their implications from a public health perspective
- Exposure Assessment and Health Impacts – promoting a better understanding of how exposure to transportation emissions affects public health and how these impacts can be mitigated
- Data Integration – exploring the application of integrated datasets from various disciplines for improving policy, decision-making, and public health outcomes; developing and implementing methodologies that leverage data for innovative purposes in the area of transportation emissions and public health.
Projects should emphasize student involvement and address technology transfer activities.
Please visit the FAQ page for more information.
If you have any questions about this application process feel free to contact your CARTEEH University Lead for more information:
TTI | Dr. Joe Zietsman, [email protected]
Johns Hopkins University | Dr. Mary Fox, [email protected]
Georgia Tech | Dr. Michael Rodgers, [email protected]
University of Texas, El Paso | Dr. Wen-Whai Li, [email protected]
University of California, Riverside | Dr. Kanok Boriboonsomsin, [email protected]