Advance research, development, and implementation of next-generation
sustainable roadway systems.
Integrate cutting-edge technologies from various disciplines to tackle
real-world highway and airport pavement infrastructure problems.
Investigate sustainable paving materials and construction technologies,
pavement non-destructive testing and evaluation, performance monitoring,
maintenance, repair, and rehabilitation.
Halil Ceylan, Ph.D.
Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering
Iowa State University
Ames, IA 50011
The overall goal of the Program for Sustainable Pavement Engineering & Research
(PROSPER) is to advance research, education, and technology transfer in the area
of sustainable highway and airport pavement infrastructure systems.
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