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Thursday, 01 October 2015 16:02

NECTAR book launch - invitation

Dear NECTAR members,

you are warmlyinvited to attend the event:  "ICT for transport in London: solution or barrier for current and future mobility challenges?" at the University of Greenwich,

marking the launch of a book on this theme published by Edward Elgar: "ICT for transport: opportunities and threats" within the NECTAR Series on Transportation and Communications Networks Research.

The event will include presentations by the editors Dr Nikolas Thomopoulos and Dr Moshe Givoni as well as selected chapter authors.

A panel discussion followed by a Q&A session will conclude the event.

Panellists include:

-   Professor David Banister (Transport Studies Unit, University of Oxford)

-   Adam Greenfield (Urbanscale and LSE)

-   Hiro Aso (Transportation and Infrastructure, Gensler)

You can preview and order the book on-line here: http://www.e-elgar.com/ict-for-transport 

Attendants will benefit from a 35% discount coupon and will have a chance to win one of 2 free book copies offered through a prize draw by Edward Elgar Publishing.

-   When?   17:45-20:00 Monday 28th September 2015

-   Where?  Room QA063, Old Royal Naval College, SE10 9NN, London

This is a free event and open to all interested parties, but registration is required.

You can find arrival information, the agenda and register for this event here:http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ict-for-transport-in-london-solution-or-barrier-for-mobility-challenges-registration-18495432336 

If you have any queries or cannot register through Eventbrite you may contact Ms Sian Price at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Looking forward to seeing you at this book launch event in Greenwich!

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