6 May 2022, registration deadline 15. April 2022, 08:00 | Kick-off Symposium | ETH Zürich, Centre, HG E3.
The Center for Sustainable Future Mobility (CSFM) has been established at ETH Zurich in order to promote research on sustainable and future-proof traffic and transport systems.
The centre’s goal is to develop the foundations for a sustainable transport system, train the necessary specialists, and cultivate the transfer of knowledge into practice.
The centre represents a joint agreement between the initial founding members (about 40 ETH Zurich chairs), committed to join forces internally and with other relevant institutions as well as with stakeholders from business and public administration to develop solutions that address major challenges like decarbonization, digitalization, and development of the infrastructure in the coming decades. Moreover, this centre builds on the strategic partnership established in 2018 with SBB followed by Siemens Mobility and AMAG.
In order to present the centre to the wider community, we are planning a Symposium, which will take place on 6 May 2022. The intention is to bring together for the first time the members of the centre as well as current and potential partners from business and public institutions. World-renowned keynote speakers Prof. Sonia Yeh (Chalmers) and Prof. Harvey Miller (Ohio State University) already confirmed their participation to this launch event.
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The aim of the Sustainable Future Mobility 2022 event is
- to stimulate the discussion about critical open questions in mobility research,
- to define new project ideas,
- to get to know your next research and implementation partners,
- to discover the new CSFM as well as the current and planned future activities, and
- to learn about the current Mobility Initiative projects and meet our industry partners from AMAG, Siemens Mobility, and SBB.
Check the preliminary programme and register for the event: registration (Registration deadline 15. April 2022, 08:00)
consult the event web page for more details.