The conference organizing committee and the University have reflected upon the increased risks arising from the global coronavirus outbreak. This, together with the imposition of travel restrictions, will have an impact on the attendance of speakers, sponsors, and guests at our conference. In the interest of maximizing conference participation, global collaboration and learning.
Forum ISTS 2020 will be rescheduled to 3 -5 November 2020.
The conference will be held at the monumental site Lijm & Cultuur, the former gelatine factory of Delft. This industrial complex is used today for cultural festivals and activities, but in this case it will be the location for the Forum-ISTS2020. The historical buildings still have their original facades, creating an unique atmosphere right along the water front and right next to the TU Delft campus.
Address: Rotterdamseweg 272, 2628 AT Delft.
Meanwhile, stay healthy and take care of your loved ones!
FORUM ON INTEGRATED AND SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS (FORUM-ISTS2020)
There is an urgent need among researchers and practitioners to discuss the future of mobility. This is a discussion that has been happening generally in different venues and many times the different stakeholders are not able to have a joint discussion. Among other topics we define the challenges (and opportunities) for sustainable future mobility in three main keywords:
Electrification | Sharification | Connected Automation
In this conference, we will promote the discussion between Academia, Industry and Public Authorities by having scientific papers presentations but also inviting practitioners to present their view on the future of transportation.
Forum ISTS2020 will host classic detailed scientific presentations based on high quality submitted papers but also provide the floor for authorities to share their strategies and concerns or for companies to show how they view the future of mobility through structured presentations, which do not necessarily have to be of a detailed scientific nature.
Submissions for full scientific papers and presentation-only abstracts are open now.
International Summer School on Automated Vehicles
This summer school offers PhD students a multidisciplinary basis of knowledge and skills to understand the development and impacts of automated driving. These basis enables the PhD student to choose future research directions, better explain her/his research to colleagues and peers, as well as understand the research approaches and outcomes of her/his colleagues.
28-30 October 2020 (updated date due to the Corona Virus)