Krakow meeting Agenda

Thursday, June 29th 2017

Morning session in the City Hall - room “Sala Obrad”, pl. Wszystkich Świętych 3/4 (Krakow old town center) 

09:00                Registration and reception coffee

09:30 – 10:00   Welcome and opening: Prof. Pnina Plaut, COST TU1305 Chair

  • Prof. Jacek Majchrowski – President of Krakow city / Prof. Tadeusz Trzmiel – 1st Vice-President for Investment and Infrastructure
  • Prof. Tadeusz Tatara – Vice-Rector for Science, Krakow University of Technology
  • Prof. Andrzej Szarata – Dean of Civil Engineering, Krakow University of Technology
  • Prof. Lidia Zakowska – President of Polish Association of Transport Engineers and Technicians SITK RP Krakow / Action MC, local organizer

 10:00 – 11:00   Presentations and discussion:  Transport and Social Media in practice

  • Prof. Andrzej Szarata, Dean of Civil Engineering, Krakow university of Technology: The ICT survey on transport and mobility behavior – Polish experience.
  • Mr. Lukasz Franek, deputy director of the Krakow Road and Transport Authority: Social media use for public transport event, example of Kraków World Youth days 2016.

 11:00 – 11:15   Coffee break

11:15 – 12:30   Transport and Social Media in practice - continue

  • Ms. Margaret Walendziewska (CMO, Sotrender), Mr. Adam Zając (University of Warsaw, Institute of Sociology) and Dr. Jan Zając (University of Warsaw, Faculty of Psychology): Transport organizers’ strategy in social media and communication with users.
  • Dr. Giuseppe Lugano and Dr. Ghadir Pouhashem (ERA Chair for ITS, University of Zilina, Slovakia): The ERA Chair project ERAdiate: results, lessons learnt and collaboration opportunities in the area of Intelligent Transport Systems. 
  • Ms. Smadar Amir (Technion, Israel): COST TU1305 Comparative Survey status update.

 12:30 – 14:00  Lunch   (and walk to the University, campus Warszawska 24, PK Main building WIL, Rooms at the 4th floor)

 Afternoon session at University

14:00 – 17:30   Working Groups internal discussions (with a Coffee break at 15:30)

  • WG1 :  Social networks and travel behaviour analysis 
  • WG2 :  Scenario building and simulations 
  • WG3  :  Urban Analysis
  • WG4 :   Dissemination, uptake and policy measures 

 19:30    Dinner at Karczma Gościnna Chata, ul. Sławkowska 10, 31- 014 Kraków


 Friday, June 30th 2017  

At University, campus Warszawska 24, PK Main building WIL, Rooms at the 4th floor

09:00 – 10:30   Assembly discussion:

  • Reports from WGs 
  • Final meeting preparation
  • Future collaboration

10:30 – 11:00   MC meeting    

11:00 – 11:15   coffee break

11:15 – 13:00   WGs meetings   

13:00 – 14:00   Lunch

14:00 – 17:00   Young researchers’ session (with a coffee break at 15:15)

Moderator: Dr. Slaven Gasparovic, ECI coordinator

  • Heinrich Löwen (PhD student) Institute for Geoinformatics, University of Muenster (Germany): Identifying Context-Dependent Orientation Information for incremental Route Instructions. 
  • Nir Kaplan (PhD student), Tel Aviv University (Israel): Why angular centralities are more suitable for space syntax modeling?
  • Cayetano Ruiz-Alarcon-Quintero ( PhD. Candidate( Transportation Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Sevilla  (Spain): Missing data processing in the Smart-City context.
  • Yuval Rubinstein (PhD student), Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning, Technion (Israel): Developing a dynamic urban planning model, based on advanced information systems.
  • Rumana Islam Sarker (PhD student), Unit for Intelligent Transport Systems, University of Innsbruck (Austria): Relating reactions to service disruptions and transit use frequency: the mediating role of perceived service quality and transit system resilience.
  • Maria Karatsoli (PhD student), University of Thessaly (Greece): Intelligent transport systems with usage of “big data” for management of sustainable mobility.
  • Ioannis Karakikes (PhD candidate) University of Thessaly (Greece): Simulation and impact assessment of innovative systems for urban freight distribution.
  • Andrzej Jarynowski (PhD candidate) Interdisciplinary Research Institute, Wroclaw (Poland): The spread of nosocomial infections based on topological structure of hospital studied by computer simulations and social network analysis.

14:00 - 17:00   Internal work - in parallel with young researchers’ session (optional)

Work Groups internal work – continue