The annual Symposium provides a platform for transport research students, academics, and practitioners to discuss relevant topics in transport. Research students and postdocs will have the opportunity to showcase their research and attendees will have the opportunity to meet transport students, academics, and practitioners in an informal setting.
Date: 23 November 2022
Location: UTS, Building 8, 8 Ultimo Rd, Ultimo
The format of the 2022 TRANSW Symposium will include Presentation Sessions of research students (MPhil and PhD), research fellows and research associates. Themed sessions will be held concurrently across three sessions throughout the day. Each presentation will be followed by an interactive question and answer session allowing the audience to ask questions, provide feedback and have a discussion. These presentations will be facilitated by Chairs from industry and research institutions.
Additionally, research students and post-doctoral researchers will be able to demonstrate their work through the poster display, and dedicated Poster Sessions to allow for discussion with attendees of the Symposium.
The day also includes an opening session with a Keynote speaker and finishes with a networking session with refreshments. A detailed programme with presentations speakers will be published closer to the Symposium date.
Announcing 2022 TRANSW Symposium Keynote Speakers – Howard Collins, OBE and Professor Bert Van Wee
We are excited to announce our Mainstage Keynote speakers from industry and research. We welcome Howard Collins, OBE to the 2022 TRANSW Symposium as our Opening Plenary Industry Keynote Speaker, and Professor Bert Van Wee as our Closing Plenary Research Keynote Speaker.
Howard Collins, OBE
Chief Operations Officer, Transport for NSW
Howard is currently the Chief Operations Officer for Transport New South Wales, having previously been the Chief Executive of Sydney Trains. He joined Transport NSW after being the Chief Operating Officer for the London Underground, Transport for London. Howard is also on the board of the Australasian Railway Association, TrackSAFE Foundation, Transport Heritage NSW and Sydney Metro.
Professor Bert Van Wee
Professor of Transport Policy, Delft University of Technology
Bert van Wee is professor in Transport Policy at Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, faculty Technology, Policy and Management. In addition, he is scientific director of TRAIL research school. His main interests are in long-term developments in transport, in particular in the areas of accessibility, land-use transport interaction, (evaluation of) large infrastructure projects, the environment, safety, policy analyses and ethics.
For Abstract Submissions to present in either the Presentation Sessions or Poster Sessions, please submit here.
For further information please click here – 2022 TRANSW Symposium Invitation