Seminar series CTF 35: How will people travel tomorrow?
Welcome to our fourth seminar in the series "CTF 35" on November 12, 2021! Join us to take part of visions and discussions about everyday travel in the future.
Today, we face major societal challenges and one of them is how we travel. Our travel is not only about environmental footprints, it also plays a role in social interactions and human well-being. We have invited prominent researchers from Sweden, Norway, Japan and Canada to reflect on future travel based on their experiences in shared mobility, behavioral change, children and young people's travel and sustainable societal development.
The seminar is held on November 12, 12.30-13.30 via Zoom. The seminar is free of charge and open to the public. It is held in English with the opportunity to ask questions in Swedish.
- Click on this Zoom-link to join the seminar! (The Zoom-room opens at 12.15)
- Welcome by moderator Lars E Olsson, CTF
- Visions on future travel: Satoshi Fujii, Kyoto Univeristy, Japan, Owen Waygood, Polytechnique Montréal, Canada, Karolina Isaksson, VTI/KTH, Sweden, Hugo Guyader, Linköping University Sweden.
- Panel discussion with CTF-researchers: Margareta Friman, Markus Fellesson, and Samuel Petros Sebhatu.
- Questions, summary and conclusion
For practitioners and researchers with an interest in behavioral change, everyday travel, transport planning, as well as those who want to gain insight into CTF's research.
About the seminar series
The seminar series "CTF 35" takes place during the autumn of 2021 and ends in December. The aim is to highlight CTF's 35th anniversary, and to inform, inspire and provide current knowledge. For more information regarding the seminars, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.