Public-Sector Aviation: Graduate Research Award Papers 2016
TRB’s Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2600 consists of 11 papers selected for awards in a nationwide competition under the 2016 Graduate Research Award Program on Public-Sector Aviation Issues.
- Data-Driven Modeling and Prediction of the Process for Selecting Runway Configurations
- Typology of Travelers Based on Their Annual Intercity Travel Patterns Developed from 2013 Longitudinal Survey of Overnight Travel
- Demonstration of the Possibilities of Using a Phased Microphone Array as the Next-Generation Airport Noise Monitoring System
- Value of Extended Time-Based Metering for Optimized Profile Descent–Based Arrival Operations
- Resilience Analytics of a Future Supply Chain for Aviation Biofuels
- Synthesis of Remote Air Traffic Control System and Air Traffic Controllers’ Perceptions
- Leveraging Worker Safety Perceptions to Promote Safe Performance in Airports: Investigating the Framing of Safety Standards and Worker Safety Construal
- Unaffordable Fare: Cost of Public Transportation for Low-Income Commuters Working at Chicago, Illinois, Midway International Airport
- Opinion Survey to Reduce Uncertainty in Public and Stakeholder Perception of Unmanned Aircraft
- Quantifying the Effects of Uncertainty in a Decentralized National Airspace System
- Examining Aviation Navigation Display Symbology in Visual Search
The Graduate Research Award Program on Public-Sector Aviation Issues is managed by TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program and sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration. The program is designed to encourage applied research on airport and related aviation system issues and to foster the next generation of aviation community leaders.
This Summary Last Modified On: 5/5/2016