Center for Transportation Computational Mechanics

Center for Transportation Computational Mechanics
Mission:

To foster advancements in roadside safety technology with the goal of reducing the tremendous loss of life that occurs on our nation’s highways each year as a result of run-off-road crashes.

The Center for Transportation Computational Mechanics (CeTCoM) is supported by research projects sponsored by federal and state transportation agencies and private industry. The Center’s primary focus is roadside safety. The Center actively works on projects in other areas such as design and evaluation of physical perimeter security devices and dynamic analysis of bridge structures, soils, and pavements.

Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Phone: 979.845.6153