Interdisciplinary Opportunities in Low-CarbonTransport, 07/06/201021 May 2010
One-day workshop on low-carbon transport – sponsored by the Research and Graduate Schools, Cardiff University
Dr. Dimitrios Xenias (PSYCH)
Dr. Alex Franklin (BRASS)
Date: Monday 07 June 2010, 09:30 – 17:00
Place: 51a Park Place, Cathays Campus, Cardiff
In this event, speakers will give short presentations on a topic relevant to climate friendly transport, for discussion and input. We expect this event to stimulate dialogue and collaboration across people from different backgrounds and to raise awareness of existing threads of research on low-carbon transport. This will be an opportunity for discussing cutting edge research in the area, which may influence developments well into the next decade.
Dr. Liana Cipcigan – Lecturer, Institute of Energy, School of Engineering, Cardiff University – Electric Vehicles integration into electricity networks. Integrating analysis of power and transportation systems
Dr. Alex Franklin – Senior Research Associate, City and Regional Planning, Cardiff University – People, Place and Sustainability: Integrating Low-Carbon Transport into Everyday Life
Dr. Shin Lee – Lecturer in Transportation and Spatial Analysis, Cardiff University – Does it matter where you work? – Carbon profile of commuters by place of work
Dr.Paul Nieuwenhuis – Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University – Automotive industry and regulatory framework on CO2
Prof.Graham Parkhurst – Professor of Sustainable Mobility,University of the West of England – Researching and Promoting Low Carbon Operating Practices
Dr. Miles Tight – Senior Lecturer, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds – Developing radically different travel futures: methodological and contextual issues.
Dr. Lorraine Whitmarsh – Lecturer in Environmental Psychology, Psychology, Cardiff University – Perceptions of sustainable transport options and technologies
Dr. Rachel Aldred – Senior Lecturer, Sociology, University of East London – Building cycling communities? Experiences and questions from the “Cycling Cultures research project”
Dr. Georgina Harper – Sustrans Duncan Shermer – EPSRC
Lunch and refreshments will be provided. There will be ample time for networking.
Detailed agenda and final details to be confirmed upon registration. Please book your place by 02 June 2010 by emailing Dimitrios at email@example.com.
Looking forward to seeing you there!
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