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Project Meetings

A number of research consortia and other project groups have held their management or dissemination meetings during or adjoining the Conference. This can prove to be a convenient time if several group members already plan to attend the Conference.

The Association for European Transport offers the facility to hold such project meetings alongside or during the European Transport Conference.

To discuss benefits of this with the Association, please contact Sabrina Winter through the AET contact form.

ALLIANCE and SKILLFUL Project Workshop at ETC 2018

This year the ALLIANCE project will be hosting a meeting during the conference. The ALLIANCE project is a twinning project in the frame of HORIZON 2020 programme.  It is lead by Transport and Telecommunication Institute (Riga, Latvia) in collaboration with the University of Thessaly (Greece) and Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation (IFF) (Germany).

http://alliance-project.eu

“ETC 2018: Education and Training – New challenges towards the Future Transport”

This special session in the frame of the ETC, aims to disseminate information regarding progress and findings of the projects; ALLIANCE & SKILLFUL.with strong emphasis on development of linkage between education, research and industry.

The initial part of the agenda will cover:

  • ALLIANCE Project: Partnerships for innovation, skills and jobs and how to engage the profitable international cooperation (Prof. Irina Yatskiv (Jackiva), TTI)
  • New educational program on intermodal connections Dr. Giannis Adamos, UTH)
  • Assessing knowledge of stakeholders on sustainable interchanges’ design and operation (Dr. Mihails Savrasovs, TTI)
  • SKILLFUL Project: Skills and competences development of future transportation professionals at all levels (Dr. Adewole Adesiyun, FEHRL)
  • Future trends in transport systems and their job impact assessment (Dr. Evangelos Bekiaris, CERTH/HIT)
  • Novel curricula and training courses for future transportation professionals (Speaker TBC)

 

This will be followed by Round Table with discussions between researchers and stakeholders invited by projects focussing on:

  • How to facilitate stakeholder collaboration and the development of strong linkage among education, research and industry?
  • How we can focus education, research and innovation activity on social and economic development?
  • Balanced combination to the triplex of research/education, industry and policy makers, acknowledging the key role of society. How to increase related R&I impact and exploitation?
  • How to identify the skills and competences needed by the Transport workforce of the future

 

Cable Cars for Urban Transport – Expert Round

Transport planners might still consider cable cars (aka ropeways) as a new tool in their toolbox but cities all over the world are already using cable cars for public transport. Among them are London (UK), Portland (USA), La Paz (Bolivia) and Singapore. They are fully integrated reliable components of transport networks and allow for seamless modal interchange.

This session offers the opportunity to explore the cable car as a mode of transport in more detail. After a brief introduction to the topic three independent specialists will be available for questions from the audience.

The panel:

·         Lucia Manzi, Associate Director at Steer, transport consultants London,

·         Julio D Davila, Professor of Urban Policy and International Development at University College London

·         Bas Dekker, project developer IJbaan Amsterdam

·         Wolfram Auer from Doppelmayr, cable car manufacturer Austria

Taking place Thursday 11 Oct 1245 in the Printworks Plenary Room, please join us!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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