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Technical Advisory Panels, Pt. 3: Principal Investigator

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Published on Apr 15, 2013

Every MnDOT research project, however it is funded, is guided by a Technical Advisory Panel. Each member of the TAP has a particular role to play that is essential to the success of the research project.

Every TAP is composed of at least three members: The Principal Investigator, who performs the research; the Technical Liaison, who is the champion for the research; and the Project Coordinator, who monitors the research contract. Additional members may also serve on the panel to bring needed expertise to the project.

The Principal Investigator is the expert from a university or consulting firm who is contracted by MnDOT to perform the research and deliver the findings. In this video, two experienced principal investigators — Professor Catherine French with the University of Minnesota and Michael Marti with SRF Consulting — share their thoughts on the responsibilities, challenges and rewards of serving as PI on Minnesota research project advisory panels.

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