Webinars

Join our forthcoming webinars and check out our previous ones:

23rd October 2020 at 14:30 CET – Dr Jia Guo

This presentation by Jia Guo, who is a EuroTech Fellow at TUM, will focus on: The Determinants behind Automated Bus Services Adoption Decision and Word of Mouth Intention. It will sumarise the research outputs published in the WISE-ACT Open Access Special Issue article: Influence of individual perceptions on the decision to adopt automated bus services.

To join this webinar please contact our WG5 Leader Dr Claudio Roncoli.

15th October 2020 – Dr Pablo Cabanelas

Our WG3 Co-Leader, Dr Pablo Cabanelas based at the University of Vigo, will present his outputs based on collaborative research with our WG3 Leader Prof. Graham Parkhurst and our Chair Dr Nikolas Thomopoulos. Following a successful STSM, this presentation will focus on the application of the Dynamic Capabilities approach to evaluate emerging business models within the innovative mobility sector. The presentation summary will be available here and a journal publication will follow.

To join this webinar please contact our WG3 Co-Leader Dr Pablo Cabanelas

15th October 2020 at 13:30 CET – Dr Pablo Fernández Carballo-Calero

In this webinar Dr Pablo Carballo-Calero of the University of Vigo will review the legal challenges of car pooling regulation, with a particular focus on BlaBlaCar in Spain where there are 5 million users out of its 80 million users globally. This presentation is based on his latest book “Legal regulation of carpooling: Special reference to BlaBlaCar”, Aranzadi, Spain, 2019.

To join this webinar please contact our WG1 Leader Dr Federico Costantini.

14th July 2020 at 10:00 CET – Dr Cecilia Severoni

In this webinar Dr Cecilia Severoni of the University of Udine will present an international update about the: “Legal framework perspectives about Unmanned Autonomous Vessels“, building up on her expertise and involvement in the International Working Group of the International Maritime Committee on Unmanned ships.

To join this webinar please contact our WG1 Co-Leader Dr Federico Costantini.

26th June 2020 – Santhanakrishnan Narayanan

Santhanakrishnan Narayanan, an ECI at TUM, provides a comprehensive review about Shared Autonomous Vehicles (SAVs),which is included in the Policy Implications of Autonomous Vehicles book of the Advances in Transport Policy and Planning series edited by Prof. Bert van Wee. An interesting finding presented at this webinar is that SAV uptake will be less than 50% in the next 10-15 years. You may find more information in: Narayanan, S., Chaniotakis, M., Antoniou, C. (2020) Shared autonomous vehcile services: A comprehensive review. Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies, 111, pp.255-293.

30th March 2020 – Dr Bat-hen Nahmias-Biran

Dr Bat-hen Nahmias-Biran of Ariel University gave a presentation on 30th March 2020 about: “Evaluating the impacts of shared automated mobility on-demand”. This has been a well attended webinar, which outlined Bat-hen’s collaborative research and which triggered interesting Q&As subsequently paving the way for future collaborative research activities.

31st January 2020 – Dr Pawel Gora

Following a successful STSM hosted by Prof. Costas Antoniou at TUM, Dr Pawel Gora (MC Poland) presented his STSM outputs focusing on: “How to organize research about Autonomous and Connected Transport”. This is a valuable output for academics and practitioners given the increasing volume of literature in the field.

23rd December 2019 – Prof. Jaka Sodnik

Prof. Jaka Sodnik (MC Slovenia) of the University of Ljubljana presented about their micro-simulation research and exciting project focusing on human factors in autonomous driving. This is an excellent example of innovative research taking place in ITC which leads to effective collaboration between academia and SME.

17th December 2019 – Saba Karimi and Stav Perets

Join our Idea Jam 2019 Winners’ presentation starting at 12:00 (CET) on 17th December. Contact us to receive the access details if you would like to join this webinar. Saba Karimi and Stav Perets will explain how they decided to focus on this topic and will explain their proposal in detail, highlighting their next plans. This is a unique opportunity to see first hand an innovative proposal and discuss with Idea Jam participants their experience engaging with WISE-ACT.

8th November 2019 – Prof. Nick Reed, Dr Eda Beyazit, Dr Nikolas Thomopoulos

Join our Idea Jam 2019 launch starting at 11:00(UK) / 12:00(CET) and attend this webinar by Prof. Nick Reed! Following the Idea Jam 2019 outline by the Action Chair, Prof. Nick Reed will offer an overview of contemporary challenges surrounding Autonomous and Connected Transport. Prof. Nick Reed has previously held top level roles at TRL and Bosch, leading projects with a total value of £50 million which led to the formation of the Smart Mobility Lab in London. Currently he is a visiting Professor at the University of Surrey. Reed Mobility is an independent expert consultancy focusing on future mobility challenges. The Idea Jam launch event is hosted by the Driverless Futures? project team at UCL.

Dr Eda Beyazit will conclude this webinar by explaining the details of our Idea Jam 2019 challenge.

11th October 2019 – Dr Fabro Steibel & Dr Nikolas Thomopoulos

Join our first webinar to find out about the intersection of Autonomous and Connected Transport with media communications and urban design. If you are interested in such multi-disciplinary topics, then this is an exciting opportunity to be informed about a new initiative of the Global Perspectives journal of the University of California Press. This is a unique opportunity to clarify any queries and discuss your proposal with the theme Editor.