10 – 12 Oct 2018: European Transport Conference (ETC) at Dublin Castle
The Association of European Transport startetd the preparations for the European Transport Conference (ETC) 2018 at Dublin Castle. The ETC attracts papers that address themes of relevance to the transport agenda in Europe and worldwide. The Conference provides a great opportunity for presenters to network and form career-spanning professional relationships.
ETC 2018 Conference Themes – Call for Papers
We now invite Abstract Submissions for the 2018 European Transport Conference. The following major themes will be addressed at the Conference in 2018 and contributors are particularly encouraged to offer abstracts under these headings:
- New Mobility Patterns, Digitisation and Mobility as a Service
- Automated Driving and Connected Vehicles / Infrastructure
- Mobility for Liveable Cities, including Urban Mobility, Air Quality, Health and Active Travel
- TEN-T extension to the Balkans and the further east, the new silk road
- Air Transport and Travel
- The Wider Economic Benefits of Transport Investment
These are just a few of the highlighted areas in which we are interested. In addition to these themes, papers that fit within Programme Committees’ areas of interest are also very welcome. We are also pleased to announce that a new Programme Committee on Data is planned to cater for the growth and diversity of papers expected in this broad subject.
In addition, we would like to hear from anyone who is interested in utilising ETC 2018 as a platform to hold their final project dissemination event in a parallel co-located stream. Your opportunity to present at the most established transport conference in Europe!
You are invited to submit an abstract based on one of the above themes or on one of those suggested by the Programme Committees.
The deadline for abstract submission is 06 February 2018.
Submissions may be made via the Association’s website. You will need to register once as an author and then you can submit as many abstracts as you wish. Authors can request a peer review of their papers and a selection of reviewed papers is published on line or in special issues of journals.
The Association for European Transport is responsible for the organisation of the Conference, which has been held annually since 1973. It is the Association’s aim to promote and maintain a pan-European understanding of transport issues along with its members who form a network of transport professionals across Europe.