ECTRI Members are "focus research"-oriented organisations and some of them deal with cutting-edge research issues. They are involved in Regional, National, European and International Programmes.
ECTRI includes 26 institutes (or universities) from 19 different countries.
All current ECTRI Members fulfill the following criteria for acceptance:
Any research establishment or entity with head offices in Europe and full legal personality as established in the respective European country
Such establishment or entity :
- is tasked with activities of public interest in the field of transport research
- conducts considerable research activities in transport, and in particular in multimodal issues, and is well recognized in its field
In addition, they have to:
Suport the vision, mission and goals of the association,
Commit to the ECTRI statutes and internal regulations
Accept the fee structure (based and adapted on member size and country; details can be obtained from the Secretariat),
Actively participate in the activities of the association including in-kind contributions pertinent to means and capacity to further the goals of ECTRI
Regularly inform the other Members of their research activities in the field of transport and on general research results and patents
Why to become an ECTRI Member?
There are major benefits to be an ECTRI Member. You can download this document about ECTRI Membership benefits and duties.
How to become an ECTRI Member?
If you feel that your organisation fulfils these criteria, send a written request to the President of ECTRI. A dialogue
process will then be established between the applicant and at least three ECTRI Members in order
to check the applicant’s added-value for the Association. Depending of the outcomes of the dialogue,
the admittance or refusal of this applicant, as Member, is proposed to the approval of the Assembly in accordance with Article 11.
Would you like any other information on ECTRI Membership, please do not hesitate to contact the secretariat.