Adam Boies is an assistant professor in the Department of Civil, Environmental and Geo- Engineering at the University of Minnesota and a lecturer in the Energy, Fluid Mechanics, and Turbomachinery Engineering Division at the University of Cambridge. His research focuses on characterizing the evolution, dynamics, and impacts of gas-phase nanoparticles (e.g., soot) and gaseous pollutants. The applications of his research extend to air quality, transportation emissions, and engineered nanomaterials for energy applications.
Transportation research at the University of Minnesota covers the spectrum from basic to applied research, drawing on the many transportation-related disciplines within the University. The Center actively supports the formation of multidisciplinary research teams.
Research highlights at CTS for 2014-2015 include: hardier roadside grasses, tribal transportation safety, left-turn safety, maximizing system performance, clear roads in winter, well-rested truckers, increased transit ridership, more efficient buses, safer teen drivers, understanding travel behavior, better asphalt pavements, and healthy lakes and rivers.
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Key research partners
- Minnesota Department of Transportation
- Minnesota Local Road Research Board
- U.S. Department of Transportation