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European - Asian Transport Corridors: Trends. Strategies. Practices.

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Programme

The International Scientific - Practical Conference

“European-Asian Transport Corridors: Trends. Strategies. Practices.”

Riga, Latvia
23-24 April 2015

Purpose

The variety of topics covered at the Conference reflects the complex interaction of transport systems with their environment and the need to establish integrated strategies. The aim of the Conference is to arrive at optimal socio-economic solutions while reducing the negative environmental impacts of current transportation systems.

Conference Topics

  • Transport Infrastructure Planning, Development and Management
  • Transport Integration
  • City Logistics
  • Inter-Modal Transport Systems
  • Railway Systems
  • Transport Governance and Administration
  • Port and City
  • Mobility and Public Space
  • Economic and Social Impact
  • Life Cycle Management
  • Case Studies

Official languages of conference

Official language is English.

Instructions for Preparing Abstracts

Abstracts (about 600 words in length) submitted for review should be in English and should present a clear and concise view of the motivation of the subject, give an outline, and include information on all authors (the full name, affiliation, address, telephone number, fax number, and e-mail address of the corresponding author).

Templates and Formating

Using these templates is strongly advised to all authors submitting a paper for reviewing. Failure to produce correctly formatted submissions may result in the paper’s exclusion from the Proceedings.

Call for Abstracts and Papers

We are now calling for abstracts for the papers. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Scientific Committee as well as published in the Conference Proceedings (with ISBN number) and on the Conference website.

Abstracts (about 600 words in length) submitted for review should be in the English language and should present a clear and concise view of the motivation of the subject, give an outline, and include information on all authors (full name, affiliation, address, telephone number, fax number, and e-mail address of the corresponding author).

Scientific papers presented at the Conference and accepted with positive International Advisory Committee referees' reports will be published in the Conference Proceedings (with ISBN number) and included in the International Publishing Databases.

The results of scientific explorations gained during this Conference and recommended by the Programme Committee will be published in the international scientific journal Transport and Telecommunications (SCOPUS).

Deadlines and Requirements

Application for Participation and Submission of Abstracts: 20 February 2015

Acceptance of Abstracts: 4 March 2015

Payment of a Reduced Conference Fee: 10 March 2015

Submission of Final Papers: 10 April 2015

Conference Fees

Type of the Fee (EUR) StandardFor Master and PhD students
  Before
10 March 2015
After
10 March 2015
Before
10 March 2015
After
10 March 2015
Full Conference Fee (EUR)

Admission to all sessions, hard copy of Abstracts, coffee breaks, daily lunch

170200100130

Accompanying Persons (without presentation)

Admission to all sessions, hard copy of Abstracts, coffee breaks, daily lunch9012070100
Conference Dinner 50505050
Full paper publication in the Conference Proceedings (after the Conference) 80808080
Full paper publication in the Transport & Telecommunications Journal (after the Conference)

 

 80808080
Master Class 11013090100

 

On-line registration of Conference participants

Registration of the conference participants and downloading their files into the information base are performed in a particular order. Your personal data are followed by the information on the presentation. And then files with your abstracts and reports/papers are downloaded on the site (webmaster@tsi.lv).

Registration of Conference participants (Registration tab);

Submit information on report/paper/abstract and upload the documents (Enter tab.) (enter your user name and password).

Organizer of Conference

Transport and Telecommunication Institute (TSI), Riga, Latvia

 

Organizing Committee

Chair: Igor Graurs, Rector, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia

Vice-Chair: Irina Yatskiv, Professor, Vice-Rector for Research and Development Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Vice-Chair for Organizational Issues: Jurijs Kanels, Vice-Rector for Administrative Affairs,, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Vice-Chair: Mikhail Savrasov, Assistant Professor, Head of Research Department, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Press Manager: Inese Romaneca, Head of Marketing Department, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Press Manager (Asia region): Oksana Pichugina, Head of the Branch of Transport and Telecommunication Institute
Organization Manager: Anna Agafonova, Transport and Telecommunication Institute (Riga, Latvia)
Programme Manager: Marina Spasjonova, Transport and Telecommunication Institute (Riga, Latvia)

 

Programming Committee

Irina Yatskiv, Professor, Vice-Rector for Research and Development Affairs, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Igor Kabashkin, Professor, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Gunnar Prause, Professor, Tallin Technical University, Estonia
Ramūnas Palšaitis, Professor, Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania
Juri Tolujew, Professor, Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, Germany
Eftihia Nathanail, Professor, University of Thessaly, Greece
Ernst Frankel, Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Valery Lukinskiy, Professor, High School of Economics, Russia
Alexander Grakovski, Professor, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Irina Kuzmina-Merlino, Professor, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Alexander Medvedev, Professor, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
George Utehin, Assistant Professor, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Gennady Gromovs, Associate Professor, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Julia Stukalina, Associate Professor, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Latvia
Vaira Gromule, Assistant Professor, Riga Technical University, Chair of the Board, JSC “Riga International Coach Terminal”, Latvia
Normund Krumiņš, Latvian Logistics Association, Latvia

Chairman of Organizing Committee:
Prof. Irina Yatskiv, Dr.Sc.ing, Vice-Rector for Science and Development affairs, TSI.
Secretary of Organizing Committee:
Anna Agafonova, phone: (+371) 67 109 390, e-mail: EATransCor@tsi.lv.

 

Account Holder's name:Transport and Telecommunication Institute
Account Holder's address:1 Lomonosova Street , Riga, LV-1019, Latvia
VAT (tax) registration number:LV40003458903
Name of the Bank:Swedbank
SWIFT:HABALV22
Address of the Bank:1a Balasta dambis, LV-1048, Riga, Latvia
IBAN:LV06HABA0551032952167
Purpose:EATransCor

 

Master Classes on Modelling, Simulation and Analysis

  • Logistic Process (MSALP)
  • Transport System (MSATS)

Master Classes provide a unique link between specific real-world practice and the simulation theory. These
one day workshops will enable the participants to extend their understanding and professional capacity to
work across the spectrum of simulation activities. Every master class will address a specific content and will
be shaped by the participants' particular needs and learning goals.

Content

  •  Fundamentals of Simulation Modelling. A Decision-Making Process and the Role of Modelling inSupporting Decision Making. Areas of Application in Logistics and Analysis of the Transport
  • Process. Life Cycle of Modelling. Types of Models. Advantages and Disadvantages of Simulation
Part 1 (MSALP)Part 2 (MSATS)
  •  Logistics Systems as the Objects forModelling. Activities in Logistics Supportedby the Analysis and Simulation ofProcesses;
  •  Software for the Development of Simulation Models. Review of the Modern Simulation Software. The Criteria for Selection of the Simulation Software. Modelling Flexibility. Specialised Software for Simulation Modelling of a Supply Chain (Arena, eM-Plant, Extend, etc);
  •  Case Studies of Logistics Process Simulation Models on the Basis of Standard Simulation Systems.
  •  Essentials of Transport Modelling. Issues in Transport Modelling. Data Collection for Transport Modelling;
  •  Software for the Development of Simulation Models. Review of the Modern Simulation Software. The Criteria for Selection of the Simulation Software. Modelling Flexibility. Specialised Software for Transport Modelling (PTV VISUM/VISIM, AimSUN, CUBE, etc);
  •  Case Studies of the Micro- and MacroSimulation for the Transport System Analysis.

 

The team of simulation experts to give an overview of the simulation techniques, the general research, and
the specific features in two applied areas – Logistics and Transportation:

  • Dr. rer. nat. habil. Jury Tolujew, Privatdozent Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg (Germany),Project Manager, Fraunhofer Institute for Factory Operation and Automation, Magdeburg(Germany), Professor, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Riga (Latvia)
  • Dr. sc. ing. Irina Yatskiv, Professor, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Riga (Latvia)
  • Dr. sc. ing. Mikhail Savrasov, Assistant Professor, Transport and Telecommunication Institute, Riga (Latvia)

The maximum number of Master Class participants is 20.
More detailed information about the event and online registration form can be found at

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1mTOoADXvLpdm1TSCyoUp-C_L7orXs7-rNrqUIde-eu4/edit

Date: 24 April 2015
Time: 9.00 am to 4.00 pm
The participation fee also includes printed materials, coffee breaks and lunch.

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