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Dr Georgina Santos a is chairing a special session titled:
Transport Policy Workshop: The role of policy in achieving future sustainable transport
Decarbonising Transport: Obstacles, Options and Opportunities is a week-long virtual event which aims to share state of the art knowledge on the decarbonisation challenge and bring together key stakeholders to help inform the way forward.
We are pleased to announce that the 55th Universities’ Transport Studies Group (UTSG) Annual Conference will take place at Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, between 10 and 12 July 2023
Alyson P. Rodrigues will be hosting this interdisciplinary workshop with the aim of developing together an integrated model to represent interactions and feedback loops between main variables to obtain a broader and holistic understanding of this implementation in Wales.
The aim of the Conference is to promote a permanent scientific forum, where people involved with clean electrical power generation may compare their experiences and present innovations to improve the current state of the art.
9th of February 2023
Freight transport decarbonisation will require major investment to the fleet and infrastructure and the next decade of investments is critical to scale the transition. Join us for discussions and co-create the solutions to enable greater investment in freight transport decarbonisation.
11th November 2022
Prof. Soumaya Cherkaoui, Politechnique Montreal, Canada
Electric Vehicles, Storage, and PV: A federated learning approach for reliable forecasting in prosumer communities
The 8th International Electric Vehicle Conference will be hosted by Edinburgh Napier University, in Edinburgh, UK.
Prof. Liana Cipcigan is a Member of Programme Committee
Abstract submission deadline: 31 January 2023
Paper submission deadline: 1 May 2023
- Vehicle design (e.g., onboard generators and hybrid EVs, electric motor, plug-in electric vehicle, hybrid electric vehicles, on- and off-road EVs etc)
- Battery (e.g., onboard storage, lithium-ion battery, battery swapping, battery management and intermediate storage etc)
- Grid (e.g., electricity sources, connection to generator plants, grid reliability/capacity etc)
- Charging Station (e.g., charging components, smart charging, Vehicle to Grid, Power-to-X etc)
- Aviation (e.g., propulsion system, hybrid-electric aircraft, space rover vehicles, electrically powered spacecraft etc)
- Policy, Economics and Social Acceptance of EV (e.g., national/International Policies, social acceptance of EV, cost of recharge etc)
14th - 16th July 2021
Please check out the Special Session on Charging Networks for Electric Transport at the 2021 IEEE 15th International Conference on Compatibility, Power Electronics and Power Engineering. Click here for more.
13th - 15th July 2021
An opportunity to hear about the UK Power Electronics, Machines and Drives (PEMD) research activities from both academia and industry. Click here for more.
29th September 2020
The symposium featured presentations from multiple transport decarbonisation research networks and discussions on different themes. The event included an address by The Minister for the Future of Transport.
26th February 2020
Keynote speakers from Cardiff Airport, Costain, SP Energy Networks, Academic Partners, Innovate UK and EPSRC joined the DTE Network+ at Cardiffs Hilton Hotel. This event contained a workshop element for stakeholder engagement. Find out more here.
15th November 2019
Cardiff University & Welsh Government engaged in discussions to determine policy makers views on transport decarbonisation.
11th October 2019
Conference talks included Vehicle to Grid (V2G) integration, solar and storage supported EV charging, dynamic wireless charging, algorithm regulation and the economics of EV development.
4th October 2019
This event was organised in collaboration with Cardiff University School of Geography & Planning and Cardiff Civic Society. Presentations provided by Cardiff & Vale Health Board, Transport for London, Arup and Cardiff University.
6th June 2019
Event to bring together academia, policy makers, industry and third sector communities to discuss emerging trends in transport. Key themes were smart cities and mobility as a service (MAAS).
20th March 2019
130 participants registered from industry and academia, universities of Cranfield, Birmingham and Bristol partnered this event along with policy makers, click here for more information.