Paper submission

Paper submission

Young researchers working at organisations members of (one of the following) associations, ECTRIFEHRLFERSIEURNEXHUMANIST or US Universities (via Transportation Research Board), are invited to submit abstracts under the following domains.

This Seminar targets preferably PhD students; Postdoctoral may also be accepted, within their 1-2 years after PhD.

YRS 2023 transport research domains

  • Transport economics, policy, and transport behaviour
  • Transport sustainability and environment
  • Transport safety
  • Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) & Traffic management
  • Transport logistics and freight
  • Transport engineering

Papers dealing with current transport challenges such as green mobility, decarbonisation, circular economy, climate change, electrification, digitalisation & connectivity, autonomous & unmanned transport systems, new mobility services and transport system resilience and safe system approaches will be given particular attention and focus for this Seminar.

Submission of Abstracts

The proposed abstracts should be submitted in English and submitted according to the following format:
• Paper title
• Abstract (up to 1000 words)
• Keywords
• Research domain (among the 6 domains of the seminar)
• Authors’ contact details and affiliation

Submission of abstracts shall be done via the online submission system. You will be asked to submit a pdf version of the abstract using the YRS2023 template. 📥 You can download the template here. If file download is blocked, please try with another browser.


June 22, 2022: Launch of the call for abstracts

September 30, 2022:  Deadline for submission of abstracts

November 30, 2022: Notification on abstracts review

February 1, 2023: Deadline for full draft paper submission, registration and fee payment

February – May 2023: Exchange between tutors and young researchers

May 5, 2023: Deadline for submission of final paper

May 12, 2023: Deadline for submission of presentation

May 17-19, 2023: Attendance of the YRS 2023

More information

🔎 Guidelines for young researchers

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