The Transportation Research and Injury Prevention Programme (TRIPP) at the Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi) is an interdisciplinary programme focussing on the reduction of adverse health effects of road transport. TRIPP attempts to integrate all issues concerned with transportation in order to promote safety, cleaner air, and energy conservation. Faculty members are involved in planning safer urban and inter-city transportation systems, and developing designs for vehicles, safety equipment and infrastructure for the future. Activities include applied research projects, special courses and workshops, and supervision of student projects at post graduate and undergraduate levels. Projects are done in collaboration with associated departments and centres at IIT Delhi, government departments, industry and international agencies.
i) Dr. Mathew Varghese received the Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi Distinguished Alumnus Award. ii) Dr. Mathew Varghese received the National Award of Medical Excellence, T.P. Jhunjunwala Foundation. iii) Dr. Mathew Varghese received Paul Harris Fellow award for international understanding
Mr. A.K. (Dunu) Roy received the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Distinguished Alumnus Award
Prof. Alok R. Ray, Centre for Biomedical Engineering has been awarded TATA Innovation Fellowship for the year 2007-2008 In recognition of his outstanding research contribution in the area of material used in Human Medicine and Surgery
Mukti Advani selected for the best article of the year 2006 by the Indian Journal of Transport Management for the paper "Review of the Capacity Improvement Strategies for Bus Transit Service" published in the said journal in October-December 2006 issue. The co-authors of the paper was Dr. Geetam Tiwari
Dr. Adarsh Kumar, received the Annual Farm Safety Research Award for the paper "Development of Grain Threshers Based on Ergonomic Design Criteria" published in Applied Ergonomics. The co-authors of the paper are Prof. Dinesh Mohan, Dr. Mathew Varghese and Mr. Rajesh Patel
Prof. Subhashis Banerjee received the Teaching Excellence Awards in I Semester 2010-2011 for the course CSL102
i) Prof. Sanjeev Sanghi has received the Distinguished Teacher Award 2002 given by the C.V. Kapur Education Foundation. The Foundation gives these awards to excellent teachers in colleges and universities in all disciplines. ii) Prof. Sanjeev Sanghi received the Teaching Excellence Awards in I Semester 2010-2011 for the course AML160
i)Prof. Dinesh Mohan received the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay Distinguished Alumnus Award. ii) Prof. Dinesh Mohan received the University of Delaware Distinguished Career Award 2012
In 2009 the Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD) sanctioned a grant in and for the period 2009-2013 for IITD recognizing it as a Centre of Excellence in Urban Transport. The Centre has been established with an aim to develop policies and solutions that minimise the adverse health effects of road transport in a manner which is economically, socially and politically viable.
Stockholm Partnerships Award for Sustainable Cities for creative interaction and cross-divisions problem solving for research, academia and other groups in cities all over the world.
In 2003 TRIPP has awarded the first International Centre of Excellence Award for research and training on Future Urban Transport by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations, Sweden.
Recognized as a Collaborating Centre by the World Health Organization for Research and Training in Safety Technology. http://apps.who.int/whocc/Detail.aspx?cc_ref=IND-66&cc_region=searo
i)Dr. Geetam Tiwari received a distinguished "IRTE & Prince Michael International Road Safety Award 2002" in recognition of her outstanding research work in the area of Sustainable Transport and road safety. ii)Geetam Tiwari appointed "Chalmers’ honorary doctors 2012" for her research on transport, contributing to a more sustainable transport system in Indian municipalities
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