Big news: Harmony H2020 celebrates the end of the project with a final conference on Sustainable Urban Mobility in Barcelona, Spain under the theme: ¨Next Generation of Transport Planning Tools¨.
Think disruptive! Join us for:
A special key-note speaker on the future of mobility and where Europe stands
5 panel discussions on hot issues in Sustainable Urban Mobility: Data-based decisions for transport planning, Transition to sustainable mobility, etc.
HARMONY Experts sharing project´s disruptive solutions to improve citizens’ well-being and achieve environmental targets. We focused on six cities and metropolitan areas covering a broad range of challenges and possibilities: Athens, Oxfordshire, Rotterdam, Trikala, Turin, and Upper Silesian Zaglebie.
The number of seats is limited so make sure to book your spot! See you on the 24th of February 2023.
What to Expect?
The Conference is organized by experts in business technological innovation in sustainable mobility – Enide, in a collaboration with the HARMONY H2020 consortium: University College of London, Airbus, Aimsun, Delft University of Technology, Oxfordshire City Council, TRT Trasporti e Territorio, City of Rotterdam, and others. We bring to you the international community of urban transport practitioners, and urban planners, policymakers, local authorities, academics, NGOs from across the globe who have come together to debate key issues, highlight developments in mobility planning and exchange ideas and experience in sustainable urban mobility examining the challenges and solutions at hand.
Find out how Harmony´s innovative tools tackle greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption, the growth of vehicle reliance, congestion, inefficiencies, and poor regional connectivity of public transport!
The conference seeks to identify and offer solutions to the most pressing transportation problems. Harmony is all about collaborative work and thus we are pleased to give our audience an opportunity to ask questions and challenge the expèrt of panellists!
Cocktail networking at the very end! Stay and celebrate with the Harmony H2020 community. We are looking forward to meeting you
Director - Innovation & Deployment at ERTICO-ITS Europe
Director for Policy and Projects at POLIS
Head of political affairs and government relations Bosch UK
Director of Strategy, Alliances and Open Innovation at Las Rozas Innova
Product Manager Air Operations at Airbus
Global Head of R&D en Aimsun
Senior Manager - Innovation and Development at ERTICO
Jordi Casas Juan
EIT Urban Mobility City Development and Public Funding Manager
Senior Advisor at Rupprecht Consult Forschung und Beratung GmbH
Senior Innovation manager at ENIDE
Head of the MaaSLab at University College London - UCL
Tariq van Rooijen
Senior Project Manager at TNO Transport & Mobility
Tariq van Rooijen is program manager of the European research activities of TNO Traffic & Transport. He has a large experience in European projects as coordinator and project manager. Most of his projects focus on urban mobility and city logistics.
Partner at TRT Trasporti e Territorio and chair of the EU SUMP Platform Coordinating Group
Benoît is a strategist and visionary executive expert in shaping and leading high performing organizations towards long-term sustainability. Benoît's background is a mix of engineering and business skills applied to the fields of mobility and energy. He is focused on developing market-based solutions for social and environmental impact with a commitment to best practices.
Expert in Transport Modelling at TRT Trasporti e Territorio
CEO at E-Trikala
Director at Arcadis IBI Group
Professor of Department of Shipping Trade and Transport, University of the Aegean
Prof. Amalia Polydoropoulou is the Director of the Transportation and Decision-Making Laboratory (TRANSDEM) at STT in Chios Greece. Currently, she serves as a board member of the State Scholarships Foundation (IKY) (2020-today), which among other initiatives is responsible for the Greek Erasmus+ program.
Andreu Ulied Seguí
Multicriteria planning Partner at MCRIT
Mobility Advisor, municipality of Rotterdam
Head of Transport Authority and Mobility Management Unit at Município de Braga| Member of the EC Expert Group on Urban Mobility
Chairman at TRT Trasporti e Territorio
Reader in Transportation Systems at the University of Wolverhampton
Mobility consultant at Cinesi SLU
UAV Analyst – Future Mobility Team Oxfordshire County Council
Head of Research at MobyX Software
Dr Tsirimpa has extensive experience in experimental design, large dataset handling, data mining and developing discrete choice models. Her areas of research include travel behaviour analysis, transportation demand modelling, simulation, logistics, transportation systems analysis, market research and econometrics.
Michiel de Bok
Research Leader at Significance and at Delft University of Technology
Head of the city’s Department of Urban Planning at Ajuntament del Prat de Llobregat
Senior expert in transport modelling and quantitative analysis, with experience in developing and applying modelling tools to address transport policy analysis and energy scenarios, as well as the analysis of the linkages between transport demand and socio-economics aspects. She has developed several transport modelling applications to support urban transport planning, applied to support the evaluation in impact assessment studies for the European Commission
UAB Casa Convalescència (sala: Aula Magna)
C/ Sant Antoni Maria Claret 171
8.30 CET - 17.15 CET
- 8.30 h - 9.00 h: Register
- 9.00 h - 9.30 h: Welcome: HARMONY vision, scope and achievements+ Exploitable Results
- 9.30 h - 10.00 h: Keynote speaker: Future of mobility and where Europe stands
- 10.00 h - 10.40 h: PANEL - SUMP Challenges: the latest and most critical mobility challenges in our cities and related planning processes
- 10.40 h - 11.00 h: Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning recommendations and roadmaps
- 11.00 h - 11.15 h: A poster session and coffee break
- 11.15 h - 12.00 h: HARMONY MS: The next generation of planning tools
- 12.00 h - 12.30 h: PANEL - Data-based decisions for transport planning + data standardisation
- 12.30 h -13.00 h: PITCH: Data app as a solution by MOBY
- 13.00 h - 13.45 h: A poster session and lunch break
- 13.45 h - 14.30 h: PANEL - The cities: demonstrations of AV and drones (case studies: Trikala, Rotterdam, Oxfordshire) - challenges, experience and required policies
- 14.30 h - 15.15 h: PANEL - Transition to sustainable mobility the role of CCAM and UAVs
- 15.15 h - 16:00 h: PANEL- Next steps: How do cities see the implementation of new mobility technologies in city and transport planning?
- 16.00 h – 17.15 h: Poster Session: Networking & cocktail party
Who is the conference for?
If you are part of the metropolitan and city authorities, industry professionals, academics/researchers, students, relevant NGOs, traffic modellers, urban planners, etc. then this conference is for you!
This is a unique opportunity to broader your perspective on the low-carbon mobility era and learn about Harmony´s disruptive technology! We shed some light on future developments tackling issues such as congestion, noise/air pollution, climate change, road accidents, and unsightly on-street parking.
Who will I meet?
What better way to wrap up the event than with cocktail networking! Our team of experts from all across the continents will be at your disposal for any questions you may have. You can also just simply approach us to say hi!
The Poster Session during the conference promises to be a vibrant and exciting event, with several EU-funded projects taking part. The projects include AWARD, Spine, ESRIUM, GAMMS, 5G Routes, Move2CCAM, SELFY, Frontier, and Tangent. Each project will have a poster display showcasing their research findings and innovative solutions. Participants will have the opportunity to engage with project teams and learn more about their work.
With so many exciting projects participating, the Poster Session is sure to be a highlight of the conference and a valuable experience for all those in attendance.