The organizing committee of STRC has the pleasure to announce the call for abstracts for the 2018 Swiss Transport Research Conference.
The conference is a forum that brings together Swiss researchers adopting many different approaches to understanding transport phenomena. As such, the conference hosts topics across a wide spectrum in transport and land use: from logistics and travel behavior, traffic engineering, railway engineering, to environmental impact analysis and land use modeling. The following keynote speakers have confirmed their attendance:
|Claudio Ruch||Department of Mechanical and Process Engineering, ETH Zurich|
|Anna Nagurney||Department of Operations and Information Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst, USA|
|Caspar Chorus||Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, TU Delft, Netherlands|
The STRC is an excellent venue to catch up on the state of transport research in Switzerland. The conference will take place on the Monte Verità, Ascona (Ticino) at the Centro Stefano Franscini of ETH Zurich.
To submit a paper, please prepare an abstract (no more than 200 words) with a standard text processor, and submit it to email@example.com. Please save the file as Surname1_surname2_strc18. To encourage participation, a full paper will be assigned to every researcher who will be responsible for giving feedback to the authors during the presentation.
|Date:||16 (noon) - 18 (noon) May 2018|
|Venue:||Monte Verità, Ascona|
|Costs per person:||CHF 425|
The costs cover the conference fees and full board, from lunch on May 16 to lunch on May 18. Generally, due to capacity limitations, participants will be accommodated in double rooms.
|Deadline for abstracts:||23 February 2018|
|Submission of full papers:||2 May 2018|
|Papers do discussants:||10 May 2018|
|Conference date:||16 (noon) - 18 (noon) May 2018|
|Word template||DOT 0.1MB|
|LibreOffice template||OTT 0.1MB|
|LaTeX template||ZIP 1.1MB|
On behalf of the STRC organizing committee:
Kay Axhausen, Felix Becker
Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, ETH Zurich