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Research Review Sessions
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Research Review Sessions are a mechanism for updating sponsors and other interested parties on the status of a research project. Review sessions are held throughout the year based on the needs of individual projects.

During review sessions, Principal Investigators provide presentations on a project’s progress since the last review. Technical issues or problems may be discussed and resolved at this time, or subsequent meetings may be scheduled for that purpose. Attendees include representatives from the research agency, ODOT, and FHWA. Representatives from industry, trade organizations or other entities may be present for projects in which they are involved as liaisons or co-sponsors. 

Standard Structure

Review Sessions are typically scheduled for ninety (90) minutes. The standard agenda for these sessions include the following:

Welcome and Introductions (5 min) ODOT Research Section
Project Presentation (1 hr) Principal Investigator
Implementation Assessment (20 min) ODOT Research Section
Contractual and Administrative Items (5 min) ODOT Research Section


Visit the Standard Structure page for more detailed information.


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