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This Roadway Safety Institute (RSI) seminar series provides updates on research related to the Institute’s focus areas of high-risk road users and traffic safety systems. Seminar topics cover a wide range of disciplines, including mechanical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, human factors, statistics, policy and risk analysis, and computer science. Planning, social, and behavioral issues related to roadway safety are also discussed.

The series, previously held during fall semester, is moving to the spring semester of 2018. Seminars will be held on Thursday afternoons. Specific dates and topics will be posted on the RSI website as soon as they’re available.

Seminars are free and open to anyone interested in learning more about research related to the Roadway Safety Institute. Each seminar qualifies for one Professional Development Hour. Students can take the seminar series for credit at the University of Minnesota, but they must register for either CEGE 8213, ME 8772, or PA 8290. Participants may attend the seminars in person or watch the live webcasts. Seminar recordings will also be available for later viewing. Webcast links and access instructions will be available on the individual seminar web pages prior to each event.

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