Apr 14, 2021 - Jul 21, 2021; Event Series

Lecture series "Mobility4Future - On the way to climate-friendly mobility"

"How does transport become sustainable?" The new lecture series in the studium generale "Mobility4Future - On the way to climate-friendly mobility" in the summer semester 2021, Wednesdays from 4:40 to 6:10 p.m., will examine answers to this question with national and international experts.

Registration to receive a zoom-in link.

A transformation of our transport systems is urgently needed: The transport sector is a major contributor to man-made climate change and is considered to be the cause of many ecological, economic and health problems, e. g. through persistently high CO2 emissions, particle pollution or congestion. In addition, there is a steadily growing world population and advancing urbanisation. Which means of transport we will use in the future, how and on which routes, whether algorithms will guide us and how much locomotion and travel will cost - shaping the mobility of the future is associated with many challenges.

This is where the lecture series comes in. Scientists will give an interdisciplinary overview in German or English of the variety of research areas related to mobility - from sociology to technology development, infrastructure planning and digitalisation to environmental and economic aspects. The event is part of the “studium generale” and is also open to TU staff and external interested parties.

The event is jointly organised by Prof. Marc Timme from the Chair of Network Dynamics at the Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed) and the Institute of Theoretical Physics and Prof. Regine Gerike, Chair of Integrated Transport Planning and Traffic Engineering at the "Friedrich List" Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences. Both already organised the faculty colloquium "Transport Sciences as an Interdisciplinary Domain: Projects, Findings, Perspectives" in the Winter term 2020/21, which met lively interest across institutes and disciplines.

The events of the lecture series take place (for the time being) as online events via ZOOM. Further information and registration via the website mobility4future.

Apr 14, 2021; Course of talks

Was bedeutet eigentlich "klimaneutraler Verkehr", gibt es das überhaupt?

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed); Fakultät Verkehrswissenschaften "Friedrich List"
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04:40 PM - 06:10 PM
digital - Anmeldung unter: mobility4future.org
Prof. Udo Becker und Dr. Falk Richter
(Professur für Verkehrsökologie, TU Dresden)

Apr 21, 2021; Course of talks

Future Urban Mobility - Sustainable, Fair and Smart?

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed); Fakultät Verkehrswissenschaften "Friedrich List"
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04:40 PM - 06:10 PM
digital - registration under: mobility4future.org
Prof. David Banister
(Professor Emeritus of Transport Studies and Senior Research Fellow at St Anne’s College, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford)

Apr 28, 2021; Course of talks

Die Psychologie des Autos - warum uns der eigene Wagen so wichtig ist (und wie wir das ändern können)

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed); Fakultät Verkehrswissenschaften "Friedrich List"
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04:40 PM - 06:10 PM
digital - Anmeldung unter: mobility4future.org
Prof. Stefan Gössling
(Professor of Tourism Research at Linnaeus University / Human Ecology at Lund University)

May 12, 2021; Course of talks

Urban and transport planning pathways to carbon neutral and healthy cities

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed); Fakultät Verkehrswissenschaften "Friedrich List"
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04:40 PM - 06:10 PM
digital - registration under: mobility4future.org
Prof. Mark Nieuwenhuijsen
(ISGlobal - Barcelona Institute for Global Health)

May 19, 2021; Course of talks

On-demand Ridepooling: From Theory to Practice

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed); Fakultät Verkehrswissenschaften "Friedrich List"
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04:40 PM - 06:10 PM
digital - registration under: mobility4future.org
Dr. Debsankha Manik
(MOIA GmbH)

Jun 02, 2021; Course of talks

Szenarien für eine vollständige Dekarbonisierung des urbanen Verkehrs

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed); Fakultät Verkehrswissenschaften "Friedrich List"
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04:40 PM - 06:10 PM
digital - Anmeldung unter: mobility4future.org
Prof. Kai Nagel
(Professur für Verkehrssystemplanung und Verkehrstelematik an der TU Berlin)

Jun 09, 2021; Course of talks

Future Communication Systems for Different Mobile Use Cases

Center for Advancing Electronics Dresden (cfaed); Fakultät Verkehrswissenschaften "Friedrich List"
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04:40 PM - 06:10 PM
digital - registration under: mobility4future.org
Prof. Frank Fitzek
(Deutsche Telekom Chair of Communication Networks, CeTI, TU Dresden)