The ECTRI Thematic Groups on “Mobility” and “Economics & Policies” met online for a common meeting, on December 9, 2020.
After having been informed about the main ECTRI & Horizon Europe developments, the Members focused their discussions on the latest and new actions to undertake to strengthen collaboration, and on the update of their position paper which identifies key research priorities in their area.
Furthermore, four members presented and discussed with their colleagues current research work (please click on the links to see the presentations):
Alexandra MILLONIG, AIT: Human factors of digitalized mobility forms and services
Evangelos MINTSIS, HIT: Modelling and Simulation of Vehicle Automation Prototypes and Driver-Vehicle Interactions in Mixed Traffic Conditions
Mirko GOLETZ, DLR : Using Open and Global Data to Assess Transport in Cities
Afroditi ANAGNOSTOPOULOU, HIT/CERTH : Transport fOrum for Promoting Open Science (TOPOS)
ECTRI thanks all the participants and in particular, the group leaders, Evangelos Mitsakis (CERTH-HIT) and Elisabete Arsenio (LNEC) for their contributions.
Both groups will continue to operate in 2021 along the same three objectives: identifying key research priorities, increasing projects participation, and sharing scientific knowledge.