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Register now to the TRAIL/DIT4TraM International Summer School 2024

The TRAIL Research School, together with the DIT4TraM project, is organizing an International Summer School on Advances in Multi-Modal Cooperative Traffic and Mobility Management. The event is set to take place from July 2 to July 5, 2024, at TU Delft. This summer school is designed for international PhD students and professionals working in transportation planning, engineering, and policy.

Explore Core Aspects of Multi-Modal Management: Hosted by the Research School for Transport, Infrastructure, and Logistics (TRAIL), the summer school focuses on the latest research and practical strategies in multi-modal traffic and mobility management. The program includes hands-on exercises, interactive workshops, and detailed case studies to bridge theory with practice.

Key Program Information:

  • Dates: July 2 – 5, 2024
  • Location: TU Delft, the Netherlands

This International Summer School is specifically designed for PhD candidates and professionals in the fields of transportation planning, engineering, and policy. For PhD students, the program acts as a critical step in their academic and professional development, offering a deep dive into the latest research and methodologies in multi-modal traffic and mobility management. By participating, students gain invaluable insights that enrich their doctoral studies and prepare them for impactful future research. For professionals, the school presents an opportunity to stay updated with the latest advancements and best practices, allowing them to effectively tackle modern-day challenges in urban transportation

  • Fee Structure: Early bird registration is €400 for PhD students and €800 for professionals until May 20; afterwards, fees increase to €450 and €850, respectively. TRAIL PhD student members, and PhD students of a TRAIL member university or faculty, as well as partners of the DIT4TraM project, can attend for free.
  • Registration Deadline: May 20, 2024. Space is limited to 45 participants to maintain an intimate, interactive learning environment.
  • Credits: Participants can earn 1.5 ECTS credits.
  • Organizers: Hosted by TRAIL and supported by leading academics such as Prof. Serge Hoogendoorn, Dr. Andreas Hegyi, and Dr. Victor Knoop from DUT, with lectures from international experts including Prof. Oded Cats (DUT), Prof. Nikolas Geroliminis (EPFL), and others.

Accommodation and Meals:

  • The on-site participation fee includes daily coffee & tea, lunches, and one dinner. Participants need to arrange their own travel and accommodation.

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