The AAPTP Webinar Series has concluded, but you may still access all five webinars by clicking on the Webinar Downloads link below. The series was designed to disseminate practical research from technical reports on airport asphalt pavement technology to airport engineers. A total of five webinars on topics selected by an AAPTP expert panel were given from November 2010-May 2011.


2012 Transportation Systems Workshop

Abstracts are being accepted for papers and non-paper presentations for the Transportation Systems 2012 Workshop, to be held March 5-8, 2012 at the Renaissance Austin Hotel in Austin, Texas. Deadline for submissions is March 13, 2011. The Transportation Systems 2012 Workshop will gather together engineers, contractors, designers, evaluators, inspectors, etc. to share innovative technologies in the design, evaluation, maintenance, and construction of airfields, roads, and railroads in support of DoD and FAA operations worldwide. The focus of the workshop will be on new engineers; to prepare the Transportation Systems community for future generations.


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The mission of the Airfield Asphalt Pavement Technology Program (AAPTP) is to deliver applied research on asphalt airfield pavements that provides high quality, cost-effective asphalt pavements. The research projects will be focused on improving quality of hot mix asphalt (HMA), reducing costs, improving safety and providing training on HMA materials.

The AAPTP was established in 2004 through a cooperative agreement between the Federal Aviation Administration and Auburn University. Although closely related, the AAPTP is set up separately and operates independently from the National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT).

The AAPTP program is scheduled to be completed in May 2010; the program is in the process of completing awarded projects and no additional RFPs are planned.

For any other questions, please contact

Monte Symons, Director, AAPTP
(304) 250-7346
symonmg@auburn.edu

or

Linda Kerr
(334) 844-7308
kerrlin@eng.auburn.edu

Auburn University
http://www.auburn.edu

Auburn University is an equal opportunity educational institution/employer




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Date last updated: May 6, 2011