NEXTRANS Sponsors Award for Best Transportation-Related Project
March 9, 2012
The NEXTRANS Center sponsored a prize, "Best Transportation-Related Project," at the 2012 Lafayette Regional Science and Engineering Fair, held March 3-4 at Purdue University. The Science and Engineering Fair draws students in grades 5-12 from across a twelve-county region in Indiana. Judging was based on 14 categories including: engineering, environmental science, energy and transportation, and math and computer science.
Two NEXTRANS Center members attended the Science and Engineering Fair to judge entries based on creativity, accuracy, and real-world application. Matthew Campbell, a senior from West Lafayette, Indiana, received the NEXTRANS prize for his project, "The Effect of Phenol Compounds on Sugar Yields for Ethanol Production."
May 6, 2015
The Purdue Driving Simulator Laboratory is a quasi-living laboratory for mobility and safety research, interactive learning, and outreach. The DSL will develop behavioral and operational models and assess impacts to address current and emerging needs of the USDOT, state and local DOTs, and private sector firms in the information and locational services domains.Read Full Story
August 15, 2014
The NEXTRANS Center's 2014 undergraduate summer interns delivered their final presentations on Thursday, August 7 at the Purdue Research Park.Read Full Story