Extended deadline for registration: TRAIL Autumn School on Cycling in Cities

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= extended deadline for registration: 15 July 2023 =

= new program for Wednesday 15 November =

2023 TRAIL International PhD Autumn School on Cycling in Cities

Key information
Date:                              13 – 15 November 2023
Costs:                            €600 | Free for TRAIL PhD students
Location:                        Delft and The Hague, the Netherlands
Organized by:                Research School for TRAnsport, Infrastructure and Logistics (TRAIL)
Target group:                 International PhD students, both TRAIL and non-TRAIL members
Credits:                          1 ECTS

– Submit your application with a short CV before 1 June 2023 – CLICK HERE
– The course managers will select and inform a maximum of about 25 candidates by 15 June 2023.

Course manager: Dr. Kees Maat
Lecturers: Prof. Henk Meurs, Prof. Bert van Wee, Dr. Maarten Kroesen, Dr. Paul van de Coevering, Dr. Paul Schepers, and others.

What is the autumn school about?
As a mode of transport, the bicycle is on the rise and benefits from trends in the field of new technologies, business models, infrastructure and urbanization models. In addition to solutions for accessibility, sustainability, safety and health problems, the change and growth in bicycle traffic is creating new complexities, such as the relationship with other travel modes, spatial planning, integration into policy and new behavioural mechanisms. Yet there is still a lot that we do not understand. With your PhD research you aim to contribute to a better understanding. The autumn school aims to provide theoretical guidance and methods to better evaluate and understand changing cycling behaviour. It offers PhD students a multidisciplinary basis with regard to current research approaches, so that you can build on this in your own research.

For more detailed information: CLICK HERE


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