Con il Patrocinio della Città di Bari
XXII SIDT National Scientific Seminar
XXII Seminario Scientifico Nazionale SIDT – Società Italiana dei Docenti di Trasporti
POLITECNICO DI BARI – Aula magna “Attilio Alto” 14 – 15 SETTEMBRE 2017
TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE CITIES:
INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR MOBILITY AND LOGISTICS
VERSO CITTÀ SOSTENIBILI:
SOLUZIONI INNOVATIVE PER LA MOBILITÀ E LA LOGISTICA
AIMS AND TOPICS
On September 2015 the Heads of State and Government and High Representatives, meeting at United Nations Headquarters, have agreed on new global Sustainable Development Goals that constitute the so-called 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The agenda is based on 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 targets that are integrated and indivisible and which balance the three dimensions of sustainable development: the economic, social and environmental.
Most of the 17 goals of the 2030 agenda depend on targets directly or indirectly related to Transport Systems, such as the Goal 11 “Sustainable Cities and Communities” that aims at:
- providing access to safe, affordable, accessible and sustainable transport systems for all, improving road safety, notably by expanding public transport;
- supporting positive economic, social and environmental links between urban, peri-urban and rural areas by strengthening national and regional development planning.
As a matter of fact, transport systems are relevant to foster many other targets such as the use of new technologies and methodologies for sustainable mobility and logistics, to increase accessibility to social and health services, facilities and work opportunities, to empower and promote the social, economic and political inclusion, to support economic growth by innovative and greener logistic patterns.
Therefore, methods and technologies can contribute to innovate transport systems by providing good solutions in line with the 2030 Agenda, by improving safety and efficiency of vehicles so as of traffic flows, fostering a systems engineering approach, allowing diffusion new and greener propulsion systems, smart shared mobility patterns, green intermodal freight transport and city logistics, even by means of ITS (Intelligent Transport Systems), by developing transport systems which can be sustainable through their whole life-cycle (LCC).
The main issues of this scientific seminar is to set the advanced of research in transport systems, services and solutions, taking into particular account the issues related to the mobility and logistics for the sustainability of the cities in the near future.
The research contributions could be focused on both methodological and technological innovative solutions looking at their environmental, social and economic issues.
The seminar will be focused on the following but not exhaustive main themes:
A. Methods and models for greener transportation systems
B. Innovative technologies and applications for sustainable mobility and logistics
C. Interoperability and interconnection of transport systems
D. Transport, land use and the environment
Academicians and professionals interested in mentioned topics are kindly invited to submit their contribution to the seminar by the 28th of February 2017 by sending a 250 words abstract to email@example.com.
Accepted contributions must be presented during the conference. The available time slot for each presentation is planned to be about 12-15 minutes.
The time is reserved to papers submitted on time and positively evaluated. Presentations will be preferably placed in sequence, according to the number of selected submissions.
The organizing committee is applying to the Italian Council of Engineers to make the participants’ professional credits recognized.
Publication of selected full papers
A number of full papers will be selected for possible inclusion in special issues or special number of the following indexed journal:
The submission for the special issues it not mandatory for the partecipation and presentation at the seminar. The submitted papers shall not be already published or going to be published on other journals and the author must give the oral presentation of their work during the seminar.
The publication of the Special issues of IET ITS and of Transport Policy is indicatively scheduled by May 2018. The calls for submission will be opened in March/April and closed by 15th of July 2017.
The best paper presented by non-permanent researchers (i.e. “Young members of SIDT”, regularly associated) will be awarded a special prize during the Scientific Seminar.
Abstract submission: 28th of February 2017
Booking of a slot for presentation, with related draft title and summary (250 words), sending a freely formatted Word file to firstname.lastname@example.org
Notification of abstract acceptance: 15th of March
The organising committee will notify the acceptance of suitable abstracts . Each Author may present one paper though he/she may be co-author of more.
Full paper submission: 15th of July 2017 30th of April
Early registration (by 25th of July 2017):
- 200€ for senior members of the SIDT
- 50€ for junior members of the SIDT
- 250€ for not members of the SIDT
- 300€ for senior members members of the SIDT
- 80€ for junior members of the SIDT
- 250€ for not members of the SIDT (do not include the social dinner)
The fee can be paid by bank transfer (see the data below) or, for late registration, cash at the conference desk.
Account Holder name: SIDT
Please as purpose of the payment report: “Surname, Name – Quota iscrizione seminario scientifico SIDT 2017 – Bari”
14th of September 2017
8:30 – Registration
9:00 – 13:00 Scientific seminar
14:30 – 18.00 Scientific seminar
18:15 – 19:00 General assembly (SIDT members)
20:30 Social dinner
15th of September 2017
9:00 – 13:00 Scientific seminar
14:15 – 16.30 Scientific seminar
G1-AM – SUSTAINABLE AND SMART MOBILITY
|THE CHOICE OF CAR SHARING IN THE CITY OF TURIN: A CASE STUDY ON A SURVEY PROPOSED AT POLITECNICO DI TORINO||Miriam Pirra, Marco Diana|
|A DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM TO OPTIMIZE BIKE MOBILITY INTERVENTIONS||Luca Studer, Marco Ponti, Maurizio Bruglieri|
|USER SATISFACTION BASED MODEL FOR RESOURCE ALLOCATION IN BIKE SHARING SYSTEMS||Leonardo Caggiani, Rosalia Camporeale, Mario Marinelli, Michele Ottomanelli|
G2-AM – METHODS AND MODELS FOR GREENER TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS I
|THE ROLE OF THE TRANSPORT TERMINAL QUALITY IN THE USERS’ PERCEIVED TRAVEL EXPERIENCE||Armando Cartenì, Ennio Cascetta, Ilaria Henke|
|A NEW CLOSED-FORM ROUTE CHOICE MODEL WITH FLEXIBLE COVARIANCE STRUCTURE: THE CONL ROUTE CHOICE MODEL||Andrea Papola, Fiore Tinessa, Vittorio Marzano|
|INVESTIGATING EFFECTIVENESS OF ON-STREET PARKING PRICING SCHEMES IN URBAN AREAS: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY IN ROME||Cristiana Piccioni, Marco Valtorta, Antonio Musso|
|CONGESTION PRICING POLICIES: ANALYSIS AND DESIGN FOR THE REAL CASE STUDY OF ROME||Ernesto Cipriani, Livia Mannini, Barbara Montemarani, Marialisa Nigro, Marco Petrelli|
|SPEED OR SPACING? CUMULATIVE VARIABLES, AND CONVOLUTION OF MODEL ERRORS AND TIME IN TRAFFIC FLOW MODELS VALIDATION AND CALIBRATION||Vincenzo Punzo, Marcello Montanino|
G1-PM – INNOVATIVE METHODS AND APPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE PUBLIC TRANSPORT
|RESERVE TIME DEFINITION AND RELATED ENERGY POLICIES IN THE CASE OF METRO SYSTEMS||Marilisa Botte, Bruno Montella, Luca D’Acierno|
|TESTING INNOVATIVE PREDICTIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FOR BUS FLEETS: OUTCOMES FROM THE RAVENNA CASE STUDY||Antonio Musso, Maria Vittoria Corazza, Daniela Vasari, Silvia Magnalardo, Enrico Petracci, Michele Tozzi, Emmanuel de Verdalle|
|PERSONAL RAPID TRANSIT VEHICLE MANAGEMENT BASED ON FLOW PREDICTIONS||Joerg Schweizer, Federico Rupi|
|A DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM BASED ON TRANSPORT MODELLING FOR EVENTS MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT NETWORKS||Paolo Gandini, Luca Studer, Giovanna Marchionni, Marco Ponti|
|RELIABILITY OF MEDIUM-FREQUENCY BUS SERVICES: SOME EMPIRICAL EVIDENCES||Antonio Comi, Agostino Nuzzolo, Stefano Brinchi, Renata Verghini, Antonio Polimeni|
G2-PM – METHODS AND MODELS FOR GREENER TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS II
|Gianfranco Fancello, Michele Carta, Paolo Fadda|
|THE IMPORTANCE OF CHOOSING APPROPRIATE RANDOM UTILITY MODELS IN COMPLEX CHOICE CONTEXTS||Fiore Tinessa, Andrea Papola, Vittorio Marzano|
|AN OBJECTIVE MEASURE OF CAR COMFORT ON BOARD BASED ON ACCELERATIONS AND SPEED||Laura Eboli, Gabriella Mazzulla, Giuseppe Pungillo|
|DYNAMIC NORMATIVE AND DESCRIPTIVE OPTIMAL STRATEGIES FOR INTELLIGENT TRANSIT SYSTEMS: A UNIFIED MARKOV DECISION PROBLEM APPROACH||Agostino Nuzzolo, Antonio Comi|
|COMBINING ITS SOLUTIONS FOR TRAFFIC IMPACT MITIGATIONS: AN APPLICATION TO A CASE STUDY IN NAPLES||Stefano de Luca, Roberta Di Pace, Silvio Memoli, Luigi Pariota|
G2P-PM – TECHNOLOGIES AND METHODS IN RAILWAY TRANSPORT
V1-AM – INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY AND LOGISTICS I
|PLANNING URBAN DISTRIBUTION CENTER LOCATION WITH VARIABLE RESTOCKING DEMAND SCENARIOS: GENERAL METHODOLOGY AND TESTING IN A MEDIUM-SIZE TOWN||Giuseppe Musolino, Antonio Polimeni, Corrado Rindone, Antonino Vitetta|
|PARCEL DELIVERY IN URBAN AREAS: OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS FOR THE MIX OF NEW BUSINESS MODELS AND TECHNOLOGIES||Guido Perboli, Mariangela Rosano|
|Bruno Dalla Chiara, Francesco Deflorio, Marco Eid
|SIMULATION OF GNSS DEVICES FOR INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM EVALUATION||Vittorio Astarita, Demetrio Carmine Festa, Vincenzo Pasquale Giofrè, Giuseppe Guido, Alessandro Vitale|
|FCD DATA FOR ON-STREET PARKING SEARCH TIME ESTIMATION||Livia Mannini, Ernesto Cipriani, Umberto Crisalli, Andrea Gemma|
V2-AM – TRANSPORT, LAND USE AND THE ENVIRONMENT
V1-PM – INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY AND LOGISTICS II
|Gregorio Gecchele, Federico Orsini|
|DESIGN OF A MIXED FREIGHTS/PEOPLE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM IN THE PHYSICAL INTERNET ERA||Angela Di Febbraro, Davide Giglio, Nicola Sacco|
|DEFINITION OF A QUALITY MONITORING SYSTEM FOR LPT DELIVERED SERVICE: ROLE OF AUTOMATIC PASSENGER COUNTING APPLICATIONS||Claudio Nelli, Francesco Deflorio, Bruno Dalla Chiara|
|A NEW ITS METHOD TO IMPROVE BUILDINGS SAFETY||Vittorio Astarita, Demetrio Carmine Festa, Vincenzo Pasquale Giofrè, Alessandro Vitale|
|PERFORMANCE INDICATORS AND AUTOMATIC IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS IN INLAND FREIGHT TERMINALS FOR INTERMODAL TRANSPORT||Angela Carboni, Francesco Deflorio|
|EN-ROUTE TRUCK-DRONE PARCEL DELIVERY FOR OPTIMAL VEHICLE ROUTING STRATEGIES||Leonardo Caggiani, Mario Marinelli, Mauro Dell’Orco, Michele Ottomanelli|
Giulio Erberto Cantarella, Università degli Studi di Salerno
Armando Cartenì, Università degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II”
Antonio Comi, Università di Roma “Tor Vergata”
Bruno Dalla Chiara, Politecnico di Torino
Angela Di Febbraro, Università di Genova
Demetrio Festa, Università della Calabria
Massimiliano Gastaldi, Università degli Studi di Padova
Livia Mannini, Università degli Studi di Roma Tre
Antonio Musso, Sapienza Università di Roma
Marialisa Nigro, Università degli Studi Roma Tre
Antonio Vitetta, Università degli Studi “Mediterranea” di Reggio Calabria
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