The workshop on April 02-03, 2019 is dedicated to universities potential contributions to making mobility smarter, more resource‐saving, and healthier.
News from Dec 12, 2018
The workshop organized by Andreas Wanke and Katrin Risch (FUB) will focus on the whole spectrum of university mobility, namely strategies and measures like creating a bicycle and pedestrian-friendly campus (e.g. improvement of bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure), reducing car traffic (e.g. enhancing public transport options) and finding synergies for sustainable mobility and digitalization efforts as well as creating a sustainability-oriented management of business trips (e.g. introduction of CO2 compensation).
The Management Workshop shall also serve as a platform to share experiences on the topic of sustainable mobility in the university context. To this end, we invite submissions for a poster session on best practice cases for Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Besides contributions from experienced university representatives and mobility experts, we invite contributions for two poster sessions on bicycle-friendly campuses and research and study mobility. The poster should address one of the following topics:
• Business Travel
• Green Campus Transport
Proposals in form of a short description (1–3 pages) about your activities, which should include pioneering experiences or successful systematic approaches, should be sent to the Program Manager Katrin Risch (email@example.com) by Wednesday, January 30.
In a second step, all selected contributors will be asked to present their project in a poster session during the Management Workshop. All selected contributors will be informed by beginning of February. Selected participants may apply for financial assistance (travel / accommodation costs).
Read the complete Call for Contributions including guiding questions for your project here.