Sustainable Mobility Part 2

Sustainable mobility is one of the emerging topics of our time. On the one hand mobility in the sense of moving persons and goods is one of the central functions for a successful economy and a worth living society. On the other hand, mobility contributes the highest CO2 emissions besides the energy production and is connected to many other negative effects in the ecological, economical and social dimension of sustainability. However many activities in industry and research as well address this topic, e.g. in the field of electric mobility or in the context of smart cities and regions.

ICT solutions are able to make mobility more effective and to reduce negative effects of mobility. This workshop addresses these ICT solutions for a more sustainable mobility in a wide-spreaded area of topics, e.g.:

  • Urban mobility
  • Mobility in rural regions
  • Sustainable mobility providers
  • Smart travel planning and assistance
  • Electric mobility
  • Sustainable transport and green logistics

This workshop will give researchers a platform to present actual results of their work and to discuss it with the participants of the conference.

Presentation of research papers:

  • Integration of inclusiveness into sustainable mobility planning for small municipalities by Petra Busswald, Franz Niederl, Bente Knoll, Roswitha Hofmann, Ralf Dopheide (20 min presentation, 5 min discussion)
  • What drives profitability of electric vehicles in mixed fleets? – An empirical analysis based on data logger information by Nadine Pieper, Daniela Mau, Jonas Tostmann, David M. Woisetschläger (20 min presentation, 5 min discussion)
  • Towards a Sustainable Software Architecture for the NEMo Mobility Platform by Jan Jelschen, Christoph Küpker, Andreas Winter, Alexander Sandau, Benjamin Wagner vom Berg, Jorge Marx Gómez (20 min presentation, 5 min discussion)
  • Product Acceptance by Service Usage – The Impact of E-Carsharing on the Perception of Electric Vehicles by Christoph Weiß, David M. Woisetschläger (20 min presentation, 5 min discussion) (20 min presentation, 5 min discussion)
  • The possibility of collaborative mobility in rural areas by Ute Samland (15 min presentation, 5 min discussion)
Special Tracks
Location: Building H Room 001 Date: Wed, Sep 14, 2016 Time: 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm Benjamin Wagner vom Berg