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Sustainable Mobility Seminar: Spring 2016 Schedule

About the Seminar

The Sustainable Mobility Seminar series brings together leading experts in research, industry, and policy to foster knowledge transfer and collaboration. The seminar is open to the public, and no advance registration is needed. Talks are held on Fridays from 1:40pm - 3:00pm in the Y2E2 building, room 105 on the Stanford University campus.

To receive updates about the seminar please register at: https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/transportseminar

Spring 2016 Seminar Schedule

April 1, 2016
Disruptive trends that will transform the auto industry (slides - pdf)
Sven A. Beiker, Lecturer in Management, Stanford Graduate School of Business

April 8, 2016
Electric Vehicles: Benefits, costs, policies and adoption potential in the United States (slides - pdf)
Jeremy Michalek, Professor, Department of Engineering and Public Policy; Carnegie Mellon University

April 15, 2016
Skateboarding as an emerging non-motorized travel mode: travel behavior and planning implications (slides - pdf)
Kevin Fang, Lecturer at San Jose State University

April 22, 2016
Travel, energy, and climate impacts of autonomous vehicles and shared mobility
Regina Clewlow, Director of Business Development and Strategy (RideScout); Research Scholar, Future Mobility Center, UC Davis

April 29, 2016
Role of social networks and social influence in travel behavior (slides - pdf)
Susan Pike
, Postdoctoral Scholar, Institute of Transportation Studies, UC Davis

May 6, 2016
Perception of traffic congestion - a historical perspective?
Asha Agrawal, Professor, Department of Urban and Regional Planning

May 20, 2016
Transportation Energy What is Best?
Mark A. Delucchi, Research Scientist Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Berkeley

May 27, 2016
Tom Turrentine, Director, PH&EV Research Center, Institute of Transportation Studies, University of California, Davis.

Contact

For more information or if you want to present at the seminar please contact:

John Taggert
jtaggart@stanford.edu
PhD Candidate, Management Science & Engineering
Stanford University
Huang Engineering Center, Rm 253A
475 Via Ortega, Stanford, CA 94305

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