Silvio Nocera (Università IUAV di Venezia, Italy) and Maria Attard (University of Malta, Malta) are launching a Call for Papers for the Special Issue: Active Travel and Mobility Management. This is linked to the NECTAR Joint Meeting of Cluster 2: Policy and Environment and Cluster 7: Social and Health Issues, to be held in Venice, Italy, 26-27 March 2020. However, Guests Editors welcome papers not necessarily presented at the Meeting.
The conference takes place March 29 to April 1 2020 in Berlin, and is going to be focused on the theory and application of operations research and management science to problems in telecommunications and network analytics, with particular emphasis on new and emerging technologies. More information can be found here and on the conference website: http://informs_tnac2020.zib.de/submissions.html
The deadline of the call for abstracts for the next CODATU Conference (CODATU XVIII) that will be held in Dakar (Senegal) from 9th to 11th of November 2020 has been postponed to 13 October 2019. CODATU is an association with international vocation whose objective is to promote sustainable mobility policies through conferences, seminars, training and scientific exchanges on urban and interurban mobility.
You will find all the relevant information on CODATU website : http://www.codatu.org/conferences/codatu-xviii-conference-call-for-abstracts/ as well as here.
The Transport Survey Methods Conference which will take place May 31 to June 5 2020 in Portugal. A call for abstracts (Deadline: 15 June 2019) can be found here.
The call for papers can be found here.
Cluster 6 will celebrate its tenth anniversary at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands, Spain, 14-15 December 2018. The call for papers can be found here.
Abstract Submission Deadline: 02 Nov, 2018
WCTR-Society’s Special Interest Group G2 “National and Regional Transport Planning and Policy” is organizing intermediate workshops “Impacts of new mobility services from the viewpoint of Local Communities and Regions” in this autumn. We would like to share the invitation to these upcoming mid-term events in Vienna (24-25 September 2018) and Beijing (13 October 2018).
The Vienna Workshop is organized as a stand-alone event at Vienna University of Technology. Invitation with details are available at: https://web2.bilab.tuwien.ac.at/fileadmin/mediapool-verkehrsplanung/Diverse/Links/Invitation_WCTR_SIG_G2_mid-term_event.pdf
The Beijing Workshop is organized as a part of TSTE2018 conference. Registration is now open. Further information is available at: http://tste.bjtu.edu.cn/
The Transport and Geography Commission of IGU is organizing four themes of special sessions in the IGU 2018 Regional Conference, 6-10 August in Quebec City :
- Big data for mobilities studies: Applications and critical perspectives
- Relationships between airline networks, distance and technological change
- Effects of transport investment on regeneration and social inclusion
- Impacts of High Speed Rail
The Early Bird (cheapest rate Conference Fee) has been extended to 28th February.
** Submission Procedure:
Please send your abstract (max 250 words, including the object of study, research problem, methods, and conclusions), authors’ affiliation and contact details to the targeted session’s convener(s) as soon as possible (and in any case by 8 March).
Accepted contributors will then need to submit their abstract to the conference by 15 March 2018 at 11:59 pm EST through http://igu2018.ulaval.ca/registration-submission/how-to-submit/ .
This last step involves to first pay conference fees (see pricelist at http://igu2018.ulaval.ca/registration-submission/fees/).
Please see below details of our four special sessions.
Submissions are invited for an edited volume on “The evolving impact of ICT on activities and travel behavior”, which will be part of the Elsevier book series “Advances in Transport Policy and Planning”. The call can be found here.
Tentative book chapter titles and 500 word abstracts can be submitted until April 1, 2018. Please contact Eran Ben-Elia for further information.
International Conference on 27-29th of June 2018 in Tartu, Estonia
The aim of the event is to discuss theoretical, methodological and empirical aspects of research using mobility data – derived from mobile phone or crowd-sourced social media – and explore practical applications of this data in scientific research, planning, governance and location based services.
In addition, Mobile Tartu 2018 proposes special events:
1) PhD course “Mobile phone based data collection field experiment” on 27th of June
2) “Mobile phones, travel and transportation” organised by NECTAR (http://www.nectar-eu.eu/).
3) “Sensor Data for Smart City” organized by SmartEnCity project of EU H2020 (http://smartencity.eu/)
4) BIG mobile data in official statistics
|1 December 2017||Registration and abstract submission opens|
|31 January 2018||Deadline of abstract (max 200 words) submission|
|15 February 2018||Notification of abstract acceptance|
|31 March 2018||Early Bird registration deadline|
|13 June 2018||Late registration deadline|
|20 June 2018||Deadline for submitting a full paper|