Thank you for attending the Workshop on Smart Mobility.
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Human mobility comes with an incredible number of challenges, and this at a time when science and industry are presenting us with ever more dazzling innovations. Big data, communication networks, and internet of things are just some of the concepts currently revolutionising the way we think about our daily mobility and opening up the door to countless possibilities for new services and radical solutions – not least in the area of intelligent transportation systems.
In this context, the University of Luxembourg is organising a Workshop on Smart Mobility aimed at bringing together European actors from both industry and academia with shared interests in transportation and related topics. In addition to a series of talks from selected speakers, this single-session event will also feature demos and poster sessions.
The subjects of interest of this event are, but are not limited to:
- Big Data in Transport
- (Cooperative) Intelligent Transport Systems
- Platform and Mobility as a Service
- Intelligent and/or autonomous vehicles
- Smart active mobility
- Mobility on Demand
- Smart logistics
- Sensing systems
- Mobile computing
Important dates and registration
- Workshop dates: June 1-2, 2017.
- Abstract and poster/demo deadline: April, 15
- Notification of acceptance: April, 30
- Registration fees : 100 euros. The registration procedure will be sent individually to each participant. Maximum: 100 participants.
Submission Instructions (call for posters & demos)
- Posters and demos must be submitted as a single PDF containing no more than one page. Submissions must include a title, author(s), affiliation(s), contact information, and an abstract. References are optional.
- Submissions should be sent to , with the subject “[WoSM] Submission title”.
- Maximum number of posters selected will be 30-40.
The workshop was held at the castle of Bourglinster, one of the oldest castles in Luxembourg. The proximity of the castle to Luxembourg city and its airport makes it easy to reach.
The event is sponsored by the MAMBA (Prof. Dr. Thomas Engel, Dr. Sébastien Faye) and InCoMMune (Prof. Dr. Francesco Viti, Dr. Marco Rinaldi) projects, which are focused on multimodal and collaborative mobility systems. The organisers also would like to thank the National Research Fund of Luxembourg (FNR) and the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions (MSCA).