House of Science and Transfer, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences
The Urban Transport Conference - in short: UTC - is an international conference with worldwide experts from different sectors: research, private companies, public aministration and politics. Speakers and participants support various sustainable transport solutions or urban challenges and deal with
This three day event looks at the current transport situation with increasing costs and externalaties, such as congestion, gas emissions, fuel consumptions and more. In order to return to a more sustainable path, the event will cover if we need to evolve traditional modes of transport and what is
This workshop allows urban mobility practitioners and stakeholders to have their say on policy and priorities being addressed at the European level related to urban freight transport and logistics, and on specific actions to be included in the European Commission’s Urban Mobility Initiative.
The final event of the BE OPEN project will be held online on June 9th, 2021 from 13:00 to 16:00 CET (Central European Time), shedding light on the topic of "Making open science the new normal for transport research".
The BE OPEN project is a H2020 coordination and support action (CSA), which aims
The overarching theme for this year's Conference on Transport Engineering is R-Evolution of Transport. This theme arises that the current situation of transport, with costs and externalities (congestion, emissions, fuel consumption, road accidents, etc.) increasingly higher, needs a change to return
The 7th International IEEE Conference on Models and Technologies for Intelligent Transportation Systems aims to bring together researchers and practitioners from across Europe and the rest of the world to discuss emerging trends and developments in modelling and technology for ITS.
Two day event focusing on the Port and Maritime Sector: Key Developments and Challenges
The conference will feature presentations that deal with topics such as transport planning, infrastructure and environmental issues within the port and maritime sector. Exepct discussions on the key developments