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Joint NECTAR Cluster 6 and Regional Science Academy Meeting

We are pleased to invite you for a joint NECTAR Cluster 6 and Regional Science Academy meeting on “Geolocalized Data and Accessibility: Benefits and Threats” in Marne-la-Vallée, Paris area, 2-4 June 2016. We are seeking participants who are able to participate for the full three days of this important joint scientific event, which will be a combination of research papers presentation and brainstorm thinking on new roadmaps for future research in this field.

Deadline for submissions is: 31 March 2016

Abstracts should be sent to pierre.zembri@enpc.fr and olivier.bonin@ifsttar.fr.

The call for abstracts can be found here.

NECTAR Joint Cluster 2 and Cluster 3 International Workshop

It is our pleasure to announce the NECTAR Joint Cluster 2 and Cluster 3 International Workshop on “The role of planning towards sustainable urban mobility”, to be held at the Transport Research Centre, Brno, the Czech Republic, from 17 to 18 May 2016. The workshop is organized in cooperation with the network of cities CIVINET Czech and Slovak Republics. Find more info here.

Cluster 3 Workshop

We are pleased to invite you to a NECTAR (Network of European Communications and Transportation Academic Researchers) Cluster 3 workshop. The meeting will take place in Algarve, Portugal (16 – 17 April 2015 ) and will be dealing with the topic of “Sustainable freight transport – are cities willing and ready for the recent advances in transport technologies?” This meeting will bring together leading researchers from a number of disciplines and countries in a friendly environment to debate the recent developments on the study of logistics and freight transport. Find the call here.

Enhancing the network efficiency: air transport and sustainability

NECTAR Cluster 1 workshop 7-8 May 2015, Cranfield, United Kingdom

There are many reasons to strive to improve the efficiency of transport networks. While economic reasons used to dominate the debate, environmental reasons are gaining importance but not, for now, social reasons although increasingly equity is seen as another dimension of efficiency. Air transport networks are a special and important case to examine network efficiency. Demand for air transport is steadily growing over time, on average over 4-5% per annum and this has been taking place for several decades and is predicted to continue in the near future. (more…)