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.

Jun 16, 2021; Course of talks

Shared Mobility-on-Demand: from predictive routing to multi-objective fleet sizing

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. Javier Alonso-Mora
(Associate Professor at the Cognitive Robotics department of the Delft University of Technology)

Jun 23, 2021; Course of talks

Cycling for more Sustainable 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. Ralph Buehler
(Professor and Chair of Urban Affairs and Planning, Virginia Tech)

Jun 30, 2021; Course of talks

Transitioning to the carbon neutral city model: What challenges from a governance and a public policy perspective

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. Charlotte Halpern
(Tenured Researcher at Sciences Po, Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics (Paris)

Jul 14, 2021; Course of talks

Der eHighway als Lösung zur Dekarbonisierung des Straßengüterverkehrs? – Einblicke in den Feldversuch eHighway Schleswig-Holstein

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. Arnd Stephan und Dipl.-Ing. Markus Werner
(Professur für Elektrische Bahnen, TU Dresden)

Jul 21, 2021; Course of talks

How can emerging mobility services contribute to more sustainable urban transport?

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
Daniel Jan Reck
(Institute for Transport Planning and Systems, ETH Zürich)