RESEARCH TOPIC FLOW
This stage of the Problem Statement development process collects new research ideas from industry practitioners, association members, and other registered users of the system.
In this stage, participants volunteer to provide expertise relevant to an idea or problem statement, and ACRP appoints Mentors to guide development of a problem statement from a submitted idea.
In this stage, the idea team is called upon to provide additional details about the idea, to answer questions, and to help flesh out the idea, refining it into a formal Problem Statement.
When your problem statement is fully baked and ready for Submission, submit here. We'll collect these each March and review them for potential implementation.
In this stage, Reviewers (ACRP personnel) judge the merit and quality of a Problem Statement according to a list of criteria. A quality problem statement clearly captures a real problem being shared widely by aviation operating agencies and provides a succinct and understandable research objective. The proposed research is applicable, achievable, implementable, and understandable.
In this stage, AOC members review submitted problem statements and select those to be funded. Selected statements are advanced to the Approved Projects stage. Problem statements that were not selected are archived or, if the AOC recommends or the Owner requests, it can be returned to Idea Collections or the Collaborate & Refine stage for further collaboration and development to be considered again
These ideas have been funded.
These ideas are no longer relevant or fresh.