Re: 13th Mini-EURO Conference "Handling Uncertainty in the Analysis of Traffic and Transportation" + 9th EWGT

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    From: "Michele Ottomanelli" <m.ottomanelli@poliba.it>
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    Sent: Monday, November 26, 2001 7:19 AM
    Subject: 13th Mini-EURO Conference "Handling Uncertainty in the Analysis of
    Traffic and Transportation" + 9th EWGT

    > Dear All,
    > apologies for any post-crossing.
    >
    > Since the EWGT Meeting has been re-organized, in parallel with respect
    > to the 13th Mini EURO Conference the deadline for paper submission has
    been
    > extended.
    > The new deadline is January 10, 2002
    >
    > Thus, here is the summary of the joint call-for-paper. Detailed
    information
    > are available on the conference web site http://www.poliba.it/ewg2002 or
    > directly from the conference secretariat at ewg2002@poliba.it
    >
    > Best Regards
    >
    > Michele Ottomanelli,
    >
    > Polytechnic University of Bari - Dept. of Highways and Transportation
    > Bari - Italy
    > m.ottomanelli@poliba.it
    > http://digilander.iol.it/ottomanelli
    >
    > **************************************************************
    > CALL for PAPERS
    > **************************************************************
    >
    > 13th Mini-EURO Conference
    > "Handling Uncertainty in the Analysis of Traffic and Transportation
    Systems"
    >
    > and
    >
    > 9th Meeting of the EURO Working Group on Transportation
    > "Intermodality, Sustainability and Intelligent Transportation Systems"
    >
    > June 10 to 12, 2002
    > Polytechnic University of Bari
    > Dept. of Highways and Transportation
    > Bari, Italy
    >
    >
    > TOPICS
    > SCOPE of the 13th Mini-EURO Conference
    > Uncertainty is an inseparable part of many problems of transportation
    > planning and engineering. The connection among uncertainty, information
    and
    > choices has become the central subject in recent years in view of the
    > worldwide effort to advance Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS). This
    > conference places greater emphasis on discussion of how uncertainty must
    be
    > handled. The conference has asked Professor George Klir, internationally
    > known expert on philosophy of uncertainty and information, to participate
    in
    > "round table" discussions.
    > Authors are invited to submit original papers that address uncertainty in
    > the field of modelling traffic and transportation systems.
    > Topics both in theory and innovative applications to real world problems
    are
    > welcome.
    > The program committee is especially interested in papers concerning
    > discussion on Philosophy of Uncertainty Treatment, Possibility Theory,
    > Probability Theory, Fuzzy Logic, Soft Computing, Information and Choice
    > applied to transportation engineering and planning problems.
    > Example application areas are:
    >
    > Travel demand forecasting
    > Transportation planning, land use, and policy making processes
    > Intelligent Transportation Systems
    > Philosophy of transportation science
    >
    >
    > SCOPE of the 9th Meeting of the EURO Working Group on Transportation
    >
    > The attention of research programmes is now devoted to key topics of
    > transport intermodality, sustainable mobility and intelligent
    transportation
    > system.
    > Therefore, the Meeting is targeted to present and discuss the state of the
    > art in the fields of traffic, transportation and logistic systems on the
    > basis of the research contributions given by scientists and institutions
    > worldwide. In particular, the Meeting will focus on knowledge and tools
    > available today to plan, design, manage and control modal and intermodal
    > transport systems. Moreover, new opportunities brought forward by
    > intelligent transportation systems will be given due consideration.
    >
    > ABSTRACT SUBMISSION and TIME SCHEDULE
    >
    > Since the subjects have been extended to fit the topics of both the
    > Conferences, the new deadline for papers submission will be January the
    10th
    > 2002.
    >
    > Authors wishing to contribute papers (or ideas for presentation and
    > discussion) to the Conference and/or EWGT Session are requested to submit
    an
    > extended abstract in English (maximum 5 pages including figures, tables
    and
    > references) by January 10, 2002. The abstract needs to be submitted to the
    > Conference Secretariat, following the instructions indicated on the web
    site
    > of the Conference.
    >
    > The International Organizing Committee will review all abstracts and
    notify
    > the authors regarding acceptance. The approval notification will be
    > forwarded by January 31 2002. Once the papers or ideas have been accepted,
    > all authors will be asked to confirm their participation by February 28
    > 2002.
    > All extended abstracts will be published in the Conference Proceedings and
    > will be available at the time of registration.
    >
    > Important Dates:
    > Deadline for the submission of an extended abstract: January 10, 2002
    > (extended)
    > Notification of Acceptance: January 31, 2002
    > Deadline for the submission of revised versions and proceedings inclusion:
    > March 30, 2002
    > Deadline for early registration: March 30, 2002
    >
    > 13th Mini-EURO Conference and 9th EWGT Meeting: June 10-12, 2002
    >
    > Deadline for the submission of full papers: July 30, 2002
    >
    > PUBLICATION OF SELECTED PAPERS
    >
    > A selected set of full papers (each max. 7,500 word) will be published in
    a
    > special issue (or special section) of a prominent academic journal, e.g.
    > European Journal of Operational Research. The authors who wish their full
    > papers reviewed for publication, are invited to submit the full paper
    within
    > one month after the meeting.
    >
    > REGISTRATION FEES
    >
    > 13th Mini EURO-Conference + 9th Meeting of the EWGT
    >
    > early registration: 250 EURO (before March 30, 2002)
    > late registration: 300 EURO (after March 30, 2002)
    > Reduced fee for students: 150 EURO
    >
    > The fee includes the registration to both conferences, proceedings, lunch,
    > coffee breaks and conference dinner.
    >
    > CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT
    > Michele Ottomanelli (Scientific Secretariat) phone +39 0805963 380
    > Emilia Trentadue (Administrative Secretariat) phone +39 0805963 220
    >
    > Polytechnic of Bari - Dept. of Highways and Transportation
    > Via Orabona, 4 - 70125 Bari, Italy
    > fax. +39 0805963 329
    > e-mail: ewg2002@poliba.it
    >
    >
    >
    >
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