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The mission statement of the Connected Vehicle/Infrastructure University Transportation Center (CVI-UTC) is to conduct research that will advance surface transportation through the application of innovative research and using connected-vehicle and infrastructure technologies to improve safety, state of good repair, economic competitiveness, livable communities, and environmental sustainability.
His areas of research include electronic textiles, wearable and pervasive computing, and interdisciplinary design . He is the co-director, with Mark Jones, of the Virginia Tech Electronic Textiles Lab.
He organized a workshop at ISWC 2007 on the Role of Design in Wearable Computing. In September 2009, Lucy Dunne, Tricia Wilson and Martin organized the Symposium on Smart E-textile Solutions at the IFAI Expo.
In the spring of 2011, Lisa McNair and Martin organized a workshop at PerCom on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Pervasive Computing Design, which was held as a special session within the PervasivE Learning, Life, and Leisure (PerEL) workshop... Read More
White House to honor VTTI's Tom Dingus as 'Champion of Change'
Thomas Dingus, director of the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, will be honored May 8 by the White House as a Champion of Change, a group of Americans seen as making positive change. This year's theme is Transportation Technology Solutions for the 21st century... Read More