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Dear colleagues,

The International Scientific Conference on Mobility and Transport - Mobil.TUM 2019 - is taking place at Technical University of Munich (TUM) on September 11-12, 2019.

On September 13th, the workshop on "On-demand and Shared Mobility" will take place from 1:00 pm to 5:00pm. It targets an academic audience and focuses on radical changes in transportation due to on-demand mobility services.
The program of the workshop is attached to this email/

Speakers include international known experts on the field, including Dr. Giovanni Circella (University of California, Davis - Georgia   Institute of Technology), Prof. Erik Jenelius (KTH Royal Institute of Technology), Prof. Alejandro Tirachini (Universidad de Chile), Prof. Francesco Viti (University of Luxembourg), Dr. Hörcher, Daniel (Imperial College London), Giulio Giorgione (University of Luxembourg), and Daniel Reck (ETH Zurich).

For additional information about the workshop, the registration or any other queries please contact:
Dr. Guido Cantelmo - [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]><mailto:[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>
Prof. Dr. Constantinos Antoniou [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]><mailto:[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>>

You can find a more information and tentative programs at:
https://www.mobil-tum.vt.bgu.tum.de/workshops/

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Munich!
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The widespread diffusion of shared mobility services and electric vehicles is radically changing how people and goods move. These new mobility trends have the potential to create a future with lower emissions, greener transportation, and reduced congestion.
However, these new mobility services might also add to traffic congestion, increase car dependence and reduce active travel and the use of public transportation, depending on local circumstances and the way they are deployed.
The researcher-oriented workshop on "On-demand and Shared Mobility" aims at investigating the attitude of different cultures towards these new mobility solutions.
The discussion will involve top researchers from US, Europe and South America, in order to analyze the impact of these new mobility trends across the world.

Address: Technische Universität München - Downtown campus (Arcisstraße 21, 80333 München, Germany) - room 1713

Time

Agenda

13:00 PM   - 14:00 PM

Registrations and light lunch

14:00 PM - 15:30 PM

Presentations: upcoming challenges in transportation
Moderator:
Dr. Guido Cantelmo (Technical University of Munich)

"On-demand and shared mobility from a city perspective: how to reap the benefits and mitigate the risks?" Daniel Reck (ETH Zurich)

"MaaS Economics: Should we fight car ownership with subscriptions to alternative modes?" Dr. Hörcher, Daniel (Imperial College London)

"Tailoring shared mobility: public goals meet private strategies" Giulio Giorgione (University of Luxembourg)


15:30 PM - 16:45 PM

Panel discussion: Car Hailing & Society
Moderator:
Prof. Constantinos Antoniou (Technical University of Munich)

Speakers
Dr. Giovanni Circella (University of California, Davis - Georgia   Institute of Technology);
Prof. Erik Jenelius (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)
Prof. Alejandro Tirachini (Universidad de Chile)
Prof. Francesco Viti (University of Luxembourg)

16:45 PM - 17:00 PM

Closing remarks



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Dr. Guido Cantelmo
Postdoctoral Researcher
Technical University of Munich
Department of Civil, Geo and Environmental Engineering
Chair of Transportation Systems Engineering (TSE)
Arcisstraße 21, 80333 Munich, Germany

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tel:  +49 89 28910461
website: http://www.tse.bgu.tum.de/en/staff/gcantelmo<http://www.tse.bgu.tum.de/en/staff/gcantelmo/>


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