Programme

Skiathos Island, Greece
31 August - 2 September 2022

Special Sessions

09:00 - 11:00

Special session 1
NEON - New energy and mobility outlook for the Netherlands

Special session 1
Optimization-based comparison of rebalanced docked and dockless micromobility systems
  • 101
  • Fabio Paparella, Banchon Sripanha, Theo Hofman and Mauro Salazar
  • Room1

Optimization-based comparison of rebalanced docked and dockless micromobility systems

Special session 1
Quantifying the charging flexibility of electric vehicles; an improved approach with realistic travel patterns
  • 73
  • Peter Hogeveen, Vincent A. Mosmuller, Maarten Steinbuch and Geert P.J. Verbong
  • Room 1

Quantifying the charging flexibility of electric vehicles; an improved approach with realistic travel patterns

Special session 1
How rightsized shared autonomous electric vehicles could slash CO2 emissions and resource use while making cities more livable and transport more enjoyable
  • 153
  • Auke Hoekstra, Peter Hogeveen and Pim Labee
  • Room 1

How rightsized shared autonomous electric vehicles could slash CO2 emissions and resource use while making cities more livable and transport more enjoyable

Special session 1
Predicting multimodal trips and sub-trips; simultaneous vs. sequential approach
  • 246
  • Pim Labee, Soora Rasouli and Seheon Kim
  • Room 1

Predicting multimodal trips and sub-trips; simultaneous vs. sequential approach

Special session 1
A stated adaptation approach to assess mode change behavior of car drivers in presence of Park and Ride facilities
  • 51
  • Valeria Caiati and Soora Rasouli
  • Room 1

A stated adaptation approach to assess mode change behavior of car drivers in presence of Park and Ride facilities

Special session 1
Estimating availability effects in travel mode choice among e-bikes and other sustainable mobility services: Results of a stated portfolio choice experiment
  • 33
  • Xueting Ren, Soora Rasouli, Harry Timmermans and Astrid Kemperman
  • Room 1

Estimating availability effects in travel mode choice among e-bikes and other sustainable mobility services: Results of a stated portfolio choice experiment

Special session 1
Role of service uncertainty in decision to use demand responsive transport services: A stated adaptation choice experiment
  • 47
  • Shangqi Li, Soora Rasouli and Harry Timmermans
  • Room 1

Role of service uncertainty in decision to use demand responsive transport services: A stated adaptation choice experiment

09:00 - 11:00

Special session 2
Urban sustainability

Special session 2
INVESTL2 ontology: Semantic modeling of sustainable living labs
  • 236
  • Omiros Iatrellis, Areti Bania, Rik Eweg, Liisa Timonen and Ekaterina Arabska
  • Room2

INVESTL2 ontology: Semantic modeling of sustainable living labs

Special session 2
Evaluation of the current state and trends for the sustainable development of the AGRIFOOD sector of the south central region of Bulgaria
  • 147
  • Nazan Arifoglu Sen, Mariana Ivanova and Svetla Dimitrova
  • Room2

Evaluation of the current state and trends for the sustainable development of the AGRIFOOD sector of the south central region of Bulgaria

Special session 2
Information communication technologies and disaster risk management: Systematic literature review
  • 237
  • Areti Bania, Omiros Iatrellis and Nicholas Samaras
  • Room2

Information communication technologies and disaster risk management: Systematic literature review

Special session 2
Innovative Bio-based circular economy schemes: The case of biomass and food waste utilization as an enabler of regional resilience
  • 238
  • Maria Batsioula, Apostolos Malamakis, Sotiris I. Patsios, Dimitrios Geroliolios, Stamatia Skoutida, Lefteris Melas and Georgios F. Banias
  • Room2

Innovative Bio-based circular economy schemes: The case of biomass and food waste utilization as an enabler of regional resilience

Special session 2
Relevant research and development competences – Case INVEST4EXCELLENCE
  • 239
  • Liisa Timonen, Tiina Muhonen and Helena Puhakka-Tarvainen
  • Room2

Relevant research and development competences – Case INVEST4EXCELLENCE

Special session 2
Optimizing urban resilience via FCM and participatory modeling: The case of Joensuu Finland
  • 240
  • Konstantinos Kokkinos, Omiros Iatrellis, Liisa Timonen and Nicholas Samaras
  • Room2

Optimizing urban resilience via FCM and participatory modeling: The case of Joensuu Finland

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 - 13:30

Special session 3
Cargo bikes for sustainable mobility and logistics

Special session 3
Optimizing the route and location planning for cargo bikes and mobile parcel stations
  • 42
  • Benjamin Rolf, Gianna Kurtz, Kai Philip Hempel and Hartmut Zadek
  • Room1

Optimizing the route and location planning for cargo bikes and mobile parcel stations

Special session 3
Evaluation of station distribution strategies for next-generation bike-sharing system
  • 118
  • Vasu Dev Mukku, Imen Haj Salah, Abhirup Roy and Tom Assmann
  • Room1

Evaluation of station distribution strategies for next-generation bike-sharing system

Special session 3
Data-driven approach for defining demand scenarios for shared autonomous cargo-bike fleets
  • 103
  • Malte Kania and Tom Assmann
  • Room1

Data-driven approach for defining demand scenarios for shared autonomous cargo-bike fleets

Special session 3
Determining the demand for loading / unloading zones in urban areas
  • 67
  • Patrick Mayregger
  • Room1

Determining the demand for loading / unloading zones in urban areas

Special session 3
Diversification of the bicycle market and consequences for urban infrastructure
  • 90
  • Dennis Knese and Lukas Fassnacht
  • Room1

Diversification of the bicycle market and consequences for urban infrastructure

Special session 3
Collaborative distribution solutions in last mile logistics
  • 113
  • Anna Buerklen, Nicolas Schuete and Christian Rudolph
  • Room1

Collaborative distribution solutions in last mile logistics

11:30 - 13:30​

Special session 4
Reinforce competitiveness of regional transport SMEs

Special session 4
Interreg Europe programme: State of play
  • Anne Rocheteau
  • Room2

Interreg Europe programme: State of play

Special session 4
The RECREATE Project: project overview and main results
  • Eleni Anoyrkati
  • Room2

The RECREATE Project: project overview and main results

Special session 4
West Midlands region: adapting a sectorial approach in business support programmes
  • David Hope
  • Room2

West Midlands region: adapting a sectorial approach in business support programmes

Special session 4
The South Aegean region’s experience through the RECREATE Project: from the identification of regional best practices to the creation of a cluster
  • Alkis Kyriakou
  • Room2

The South Aegean region’s experience through the RECREATE Project: from the identification of regional best practices to the creation of a cluster

Special session 4
The state of the transport sector in Lithuania: what the country has learnt from the RECREATE project and what is the potential for future development
  • Povilas Bacevičius
  • Room2

The state of the transport sector in Lithuania: what the country has learnt from the RECREATE project and what is the potential for future development

Special session 4
The RECREATE project in South-West Oltenia region: Innovation increase and strengthening of transport SMEs competitiveness through digital support
  • Sorin Cosmulescu
  • Room2

The RECREATE project in South-West Oltenia region: Innovation increase and strengthening of transport SMEs competitiveness through digital support

13:30 - 14:30

Lunch Break

Technical Sessions

14:30 - 16:30

Technical Session 1.1 - Shifting to electric and cleaner solutions for fighting climate change

Technical Session 1.1
What potential does light electric mobility have to reduce car trips?
  • 79
  • Laura Gebhardt and Mascha Brost
  • Room1

What potential does light electric mobility have to reduce car trips?

Technical Session 1.1
Is the shift to electrification and powertrain improvement sufficient to change urban mobility impact on climate change?
  • 97
  • Vasiliki Georgatzi and Yeoryios Stamboulis
  • Room1

Is the shift to electrification and powertrain improvement sufficient to change urban mobility impact on climate change?

Technical Session 1.1
The dynamic relation of climate change and energy transition with transport and mobility policies in the EU through social media data mining
  • 101
  • Anastasia Nikolaidou, Aristomenis Kopsacheilis, Nikolaos Gavanas and Ioannis Politis
  • Room1

The dynamic relation of climate change and energy transition with transport and mobility policies in the EU through social media data mining

Technical Session 1.1
Park-and-ride: The case for coupling EV charging stations with micro-mobility hubs in residential areas
  • 110
  • Aikaterini Moschopoulou, Ioannis Frantzeskakis, Konstandinos Grizos and Theocharis Vlachopanagiotis
  • Room1

Park-and-ride: The case for coupling EV charging stations with micro-mobility hubs in residential areas

Technical Session 1.1
Metro braking energy for station electric loads: The business case of a smart hybrid storage system
  • 20
  • George Leoutsakos, Alexandros Deloukas, Kanellina Giannakopoulou, Maria Zarkadoula, Dimitris Kyriazidis and Astrid Bensmann
  • Room1

Metro braking energy for station electric loads: The business case of a smart hybrid storage system

Technical Session 1.1
The impact of the transport sector on the environment in the context of globalization
  • 242
  • Cristiana Tudor and Robert Sova
  • Room1

The impact of the transport sector on the environment in the context of globalization

14:30 - 16:30

Technical session 2.1 - Technological innovations in transport and mobility

Technical Session 2.1
Innovative non-polluting traffic light crossroads
  • 2
  • Calin Ciufudean and Corneliu Buzduga
  • Room2

Innovative non-polluting traffic light crossroads

Technical Session 2.1
System for avoiding traffic jams of intervention vehicles
  • 3
  • Calin Ciufudean and Corneliu Buzduga
  • Room2

System for avoiding traffic jams of intervention vehicles

Technical Session 2.1
A mobile computing based tool for low-emission driving
  • 21
  • Nikos Dimokas, Dimitris Margaritis, Sébastien Faye, Ramiro Camino, Orhan Alankuş and Engin Ozatay
  • Room2

A mobile computing based tool for low-emission driving

Technical Session 2.1
Discrepancy between hyperpath and actual route choices based on smart-card data in Shizuoka, Japan
  • 38
  • Rattanaporn Kaewkluengklom, Fumitaka Kurauchi and Takenori Iwamoto
  • Room2

Discrepancy between hyperpath and actual route choices based on smart-card data in Shizuoka, Japan

Technical Session 2.1
Developing a heuristic route planning method to support seamless mobility solutions
  • 54
  • Domokos Esztergár-Kiss, Géza Katona and Alireza Ansariyar
  • Room2

Developing a heuristic route planning method to support seamless mobility solutions

Technical Session 2.1
A large-scale traffic scenario of Berlin for evaluating smart mobility applications
  • 55
  • Karl Schrab, Robert Protzmann and Ilja Radusch
  • Room2

A large-scale traffic scenario of Berlin for evaluating smart mobility applications

Technical Session 2.1
Advances in smart roads for future sustainable cities
  • 229
  • Giannis Adamos
  • Room2

Advances in smart roads for future sustainable cities

Technical Session 2.1
A network topology-based deep learning approach for traffic speed evolution prediction
  • 247
  • Lili Du
  • Room2

A network topology-based deep learning approach for traffic speed evolution prediction

Technical Session 1.2
Interreg Europe programme: State of play
  • Anne Rocheteau
  • Room2

Interreg Europe programme: State of play

16:30 - 17:00

Coffee break

17:00 - 19:00

Opening - Keynotes

19:00 - 20:00

Welcome cocktail

Technical Sessions

09:00 - 11:00

Technical session 3.1 - Walking and cycling infrastructure

Special session 3.1
How is the redesign of public space for active mobility and healthy neighborhoods perceived and accepted? Experiences from a temporary real-world experiment in Berlin
  • 78
  • Julia Jarass and Katharina Götting
  • Room1

How is the redesign of public space for active mobility and healthy neighborhoods perceived and accepted? Experiences from a temporary real-world experiment in Berlin

Special session 3.1
Driver's willingness to pay for cycling infrastructure
  • 88
  • Athanasios Zevgaras, Aikaterini Deliali and George Yannis
  • Room1

Driver's willingness to pay for cycling infrastructure

Special session 3.1
Strengthening cycling by evaluating and improving the cycling infrastructure - SABRINA project
  • 94
  • Lucia Ilieva and Zdravka Yakimova
  • Room1

Strengthening cycling by evaluating and improving the cycling infrastructure - SABRINA project

Special session 3.1
Emergent bicycle infrastructure during the COVID-19 pandemic; The Karamanli Avenue pop-up cycle lane in Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 120
  • Garyfallia Katsavounidou, Apostolos Papagiannakis, Iordanis Christakidis and Odysseas Mavros
  • Room1

Emergent bicycle infrastructure during the COVID-19 pandemic; The Karamanli Avenue pop-up cycle lane in Thessaloniki, Greece

Special session 3.1
Pedestrian movement and the built environment – A bigdata-based analysis
  • 177
  • Avital Angel and Pnina Plaut
  • Room1

Pedestrian movement and the built environment – A bigdata-based analysis

Special session 3.1
Walkability evaluation: the case studies of Veroia and Igoumenitsa, Greece
  • 182
  • Ilianna Boulmou, Konstantina Tsakelidou, Georgios Palantzas, Evangelos Genitsaris and Dimitrios Nalmpantis
  • Room1

Walkability evaluation: the case studies of Veroia and Igoumenitsa, Greece

Special session 3.1
Evaluation of temporary mobility measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece
  • 193
  • Anastasia Totokotsi, Vagia Topouzli, Georgios Palantzas and Dimitrios Nalmpantis
  • Room1

Evaluation of temporary mobility measures due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the city of Thessaloniki, Greece

Special session 3.1
Anthropocentric design of sidewalks with the use of conjoint analysis
  • 202
  • Anna Anyfanti, Ioannis Frantzeskakis, Georgios Palantzas and Dimitrios Nalmpantis
  • Room1

Anthropocentric design of sidewalks with the use of conjoint analysis

09:00 - 11:00

Technical session 2.2 - On-demand transport services

Special session 2.2
Smart parking: An image processing-based intelligent parking system
  • 30
  • Mehdi Mekni, Mehdi Mekni, Keerthi Lavanyeswari Pasala, Charitha Sree Jayaramireddy, Sree Veera Venkata Sai Saran, Steven Atilho, Benjamin Greenfield, Benjamin Placzek and Mohamad Nassar
  • Room2

Smart parking: An image processing-based intelligent parking system

Special session 2.2
Total cost of ownership impact on MaaS system appeal: An agent based approach
  • 53
  • Carolina Cisterna, Federico Bigi and Francesco Viti
  • Room2

Total cost of ownership impact on MaaS system appeal: An agent based approach

Special session 2.2
Spyros Kontogiannis, Nikolaos Zacharatos and Christos Zaroliagis
  • 72
  • Carolina Cisterna, Federico Bigi and Francesco Viti
  • Room2

Spyros Kontogiannis, Nikolaos Zacharatos and Christos Zaroliagis

Special session 2.2
A crowdsourcing framework for reporting available parking spots in urban areas
  • 85
  • Grigorios Christainas, Dionysios Kehagias, Athanasios Salamanis, Pavlos Spanidis, Menelaos Kyrkoy and Dimitrios Tzovaras
  • Room2

A crowdsourcing framework for reporting available parking spots in urban areas

Special session 2.2
A review of use cases of gamification in mobility systems and services
  • 99
  • Luís Barreto, António Amaral, Teresa Pereira and Sara Paiva
  • Room2

A review of use cases of gamification in mobility systems and services

Special session 2.2
An innovative mobile application for booking parking spaces
  • 114
  • Pavlos Spanidis, Nikolaos Dimokas, Mary Panou, Grigorios Christainas, Athanasios Salamanis and Dionysios Kehagias
  • Room2

An innovative mobile application for booking parking spaces

Special session 2.2
AI driven adaptive scheduling for on-demand transportation in smart cities
  • 135
  • Margarita Ruseva, Veneta Markovska and Stanimir Kabaivanov
  • Room2

AI driven adaptive scheduling for on-demand transportation in smart cities

Special session 2.2
Decision intelligence based on big data for user-oriented trip planner development
  • 245
  • Alise Dinko, Irina Yatskiv (Jackiva) and Evelina Budilovich (Budiloviča)
  • Room2

Decision intelligence based on big data for user-oriented trip planner development

09:00 - 11:00

Technical session 6.1 - Challenges and solutions for sustainable public transport

Special session 6.1
Investigating taxi driver behavioral aspects: Evidence from Athens, Greece
  • 6
  • Dimitrios Argyriou, Athanasios Kopsidas and Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou
  • Room3

Investigating taxi driver behavioral aspects: Evidence from Athens, Greece

Special session 6.1
Water management solutions to decrease both water and CO2 consumption in Europe
  • 8
  • Daniela Vasari, Maria Vittoria Corazza and Anita Toni
  • Room3

Water management solutions to decrease both water and CO2 consumption in Europe

Special session 6.1
Transport network design based on origin/destination clustering during the COVID-19 pandemic use case
  • 39
  • Matthieu Guillot, Angelo Furno, El-Houssaine Aghezzaf and Nour-Eddin El Faouzi
  • Room3

Transport network design based on origin/destination clustering during the COVID-19 pandemic use case

Special session 6.1
Sustainable public transport in Petroșani Basin, Romania – Current status and development perspectives
  • 45
  • Sorin Mihailescu and Gabriel Praporgescu
  • Room3

Sustainable public transport in Petroșani Basin, Romania – Current status and development perspectives

Special session 6.1
The impact of weather on daily ridership of the urban rail transportation system
  • 58
  • Oruc Altintasi, Dilan Oruczade and Mehmet Can Guven
  • Room3

The impact of weather on daily ridership of the urban rail transportation system

Special session 6.1
Estimating the environmental footprint of the O.A.S.A Group
  • 134
  • Marlen Michali, Konstantinos Karampourniotis, Panagiotis Zafeiriou and Laoura Vavaliou
  • Room3

Estimating the environmental footprint of the O.A.S.A Group

Special session 6.1
A hybrid MCDA methodology to evaluate ferry fleet assignment to routes in the Greek islands
  • 209
  • Georgios Papaioannou, Eftihia Nathanail and Amalia Polydoropoulou
  • Room3

A hybrid MCDA methodology to evaluate ferry fleet assignment to routes in the Greek islands

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 - 13:30​

Technical session 1.2
Modeling and optimising electric and cleaner vehicles and services

Technical Session 1.2
Forecasting the passenger car demand split from public perceptions of electric, hybrid, and hydrogen-fueled cars in Greece
  • 23
  • Konstantinos Christidis, Vassilios Profillidis, George Botzoris and Lazaros Iliadis
  • Room1

Forecasting the passenger car demand split from public perceptions of electric, hybrid, and hydrogen-fueled cars in Greece

Technical Session 1.2
Demand responsive feeder bus service using electric vehicles with timetabled transit coordination
  • 95
  • Yumeng Fang and Tai-Yu Ma
  • Room1

Demand responsive feeder bus service using electric vehicles with timetabled transit coordination

Technical Session 1.2
Investigation of user’s preferences on electric passenger cars
  • 96
  • Christos Mylonas, Panagiotis Papantoniou, Panagiota Spanou and Dimosthenis Pavlou
  • Room1

Investigation of user’s preferences on electric passenger cars

Technical Session 1.2
1 A large scale simulation of the electrification effects of SAVs
  • 131
  • Riccardo Iacobucci, Marco Pruckner and Jan-Dirk Schmöcker
  • Room1

1 A large scale simulation of the electrification effects of SAVs

Technical Session 1.2
Design and development of power electronic booster to extend the range of supercapacitor powered electric bicycle
  • 230
  • Bharathi Sankar Ammaiyappan
  • Room1

Design and development of power electronic booster to extend the range of supercapacitor powered electric bicycle

Technical Session 1.2
Driver-in-the-loop simulator of electric vehicles
  • 234
  • Csaba Antonya, Călin Husar, Silviu Butnariu, Claudiu Pozna and Alexandra Băicoianu
  • Room1

Driver-in-the-loop simulator of electric vehicles

Technical Session 1.2
Observations on the driving of plug-in hybrid cars in real-world conditions
  • 235
  • Jaime Suarez, Andres Laverde, Alessandro Tansini, Markos Ktistakis, Dimitrios Komnos and Georgios Fontaras
  • Room1

Observations on the driving of plug-in hybrid cars in real-world conditions

11:30 - 13:30​

Technical session 4.1 - Inclusive and equitable mobility

Special session 4.1
Feelings of insecurity, obstacles and conflicts: Issues blind people have with e-scooters in public space and potential improvements
  • 32
  • Michael Hardinghaus and Rebekka Oostendorp
  • Room2

Feelings of insecurity, obstacles and conflicts: Issues blind people have with e-scooters in public space and potential improvements

Special session 4.1
Involving passengers in creating inclusive digital mobility solutions – findings from the INDIMO project
  • 43
  • Kathryn Bulanowski, Sandra Nicolau Lima and Floridea Di Ciommo
  • Room2

Involving passengers in creating inclusive digital mobility solutions – findings from the INDIMO project

Special session 4.1
Multimodal route planning for blind and visually impaired people
  • 49
  • Catarina Costa, Sara Paiva and Damianos Gavalas
  • Room2

Multimodal route planning for blind and visually impaired people

Special session 4.1
Insularity, accessibility, and affordability of transport in Greek islands
  • 104
  • Theodore Tsekeris
  • Room2

Insularity, accessibility, and affordability of transport in Greek islands

Special session 4.1
Is shared mobility equally accessible to all? An income analysis of service adoption
  • 108
  • Ignacio Martín, Oliva G. Cantú-Ros and Javier Burrieza-Galán
  • Room2

Is shared mobility equally accessible to all? An income analysis of service adoption

Special session 4.1
Transit fare equity: Understanding the factors affecting different groups of users’ payment methods
  • 165
  • Michael Lu and Ehab Diab
  • Room2

Transit fare equity: Understanding the factors affecting different groups of users’ payment methods

Special session 4.1
Co-designing transport solutions towards an inclusive public transport in the city of Bologna
  • 169
  • Chiara Lepori, Giuseppe Liguori, Elvia Vasconcelos de Gouveia and Matteo Brusa
  • Room2

Co-designing transport solutions towards an inclusive public transport in the city of Bologna

11:30 - 13:30​

Technical session 5.1 - New trends and emerging modes in last mile deliveries

Special session 5.1
An emerging and innovation transport solution: Towards transforming parking lot to urban consolidation centre: Madrid living lab
  • 15
  • Beatriz Royo Agsutin, Dimitra Politaki, Juan Nicolás González and Angel Batalla
  • Room3

An emerging and innovation transport solution: Towards transforming parking lot to urban consolidation centre: Madrid living lab

Special session 5.1
How digital services implementation along international supply chains influences the performance of logistics operations? A bottom-up approach for impact validation and categorization
  • 37
  • Sofoklis Dais, Leonidas Parodos, Georgia Ayfantopoulou and Elpida Xenou
  • Room3

How digital services implementation along international supply chains influences the performance of logistics operations? A bottom-up approach for impact validation and categorization

Special session 5.1
Efficient Management of operations in Ro-Ro/Ro-Pax terminals using a cloud-based yard management platform
  • 154
  • Georgios Tsoukos, Athanasios Giannopoulos and Apostolos Bizakis
  • Room3

Efficient Management of operations in Ro-Ro/Ro-Pax terminals using a cloud-based yard management platform

Special session 5.1
The use of drones in city logistics - A case study application
  • 217
  • Theonymfi Xydianou and Eftihia Nathanail
  • Room3

The use of drones in city logistics - A case study application

Special session 5.1
Towards an integrated framework for smart goods distribution in a middle-sized city
  • 227
  • Eleftherios Tsolkas and Giannis Adamos
  • Room3

Towards an integrated framework for smart goods distribution in a middle-sized city

Special session 5.1
Crowd shipping for urban logistics: Investigating the factors affecting consumer adoption in Hanoi, Vietnam
  • 232
  • Thi My Thanh Truong
  • Room3

Crowd shipping for urban logistics: Investigating the factors affecting consumer adoption in Hanoi, Vietnam

13:30 - 14:30

Lunch Break

14:30 - 16:30

Training
Course

Room1

14:30 - 16:30

Technical session 2.3 - Co-creating innovative technologies in transport

Technical Session 2.3
Pursuing technological solutions for tourists’ urban travel behavioral change in the post COVID-19 era; the SUSTOURISMO app
  • 40
  • Kornilia Maria Kotoula, Glykeria Myrovali and Maria Morfoulaki
  • Room2

Pursuing technological solutions for tourists’ urban travel behavioral change in the post COVID-19 era; the SUSTOURISMO app

Technical Session 2.3
Stakeholders' survey on the introduction of autonomous vehicles in Greece
  • 46
  • Evangelia Gaitanidou, Evangelos Bekiaris and Panagiotis Papaioannou
  • Room2

Stakeholders' survey on the introduction of autonomous vehicles in Greece

Technical Session 2.3
Autonomous mobility as a means of innovation diffusion: The case of Trikala, Greece
  • 52
  • Georgios Kalogerakos and Nikolaos Gavanas
  • Room2

Autonomous mobility as a means of innovation diffusion: The case of Trikala, Greece

Technical Session 2.3
Autonomous vehicles: Impact on human life - a statistic and descriptive overview of research results, using  the Delphi method
  • 56
  • Ioannis Matsas, George Mintsis, Socrates Basbas and Christos Taxiltaris
  • Room2

Autonomous vehicles: Impact on human life - a statistic and descriptive overview of research results, using the Delphi method

Technical Session 2.3
Big data analytics for analyzing consumer preferences and satisfaction in public transportation
  • 137
  • Jabarova Dzhabarova, Aygun Erturk and Stanimir Kabaivanov
  • Room2

Big data analytics for analyzing consumer preferences and satisfaction in public transportation

Technical Session 2.3
Citizen and stakeholder engagement in the development and deployment of automated mobility services, as exemplified in the SHOW project
  • 162
  • Delphine Grandsart, Henriette Cornet, Matina Loukea, Stéphanie Coeugnet-Chevrier, Natacha Metayer, Anna Anund and Anna Dahlman
  • Room2

Citizen and stakeholder engagement in the development and deployment of automated mobility services, as exemplified in the SHOW project

Technical Session 2.3
Transportation systems of Asia: Investigating the preferences for their implementation in Greece with the use of the Maximum Difference (MaxDiff) scaling method
  • 203
  • Melpomeni Mokka, Georgios Palantzas, Ioannis Politis and Dimitrios Nalmpantis
  • Room2

Transportation systems of Asia: Investigating the preferences for their implementation in Greece with the use of the Maximum Difference (MaxDiff) scaling method

Technical Session 2.3
Urban sharing mobility services, which factors matter? A stated and revealed preference analysis
  • 222
  • Angela S. Bergantino, Mario Intini and Lucia Rotaris
  • Room2

Urban sharing mobility services, which factors matter? A stated and revealed preference analysis

14:30 - 16:30

Technical session 6.2 - Safe and sustainable transport infrastructure and services

Technical Session 6.2
Sustainable, smart and safe mobility at the core of sustainable tourism in six European islands
  • 13
  • Claudio Mantero
  • Room3

Sustainable, smart and safe mobility at the core of sustainable tourism in six European islands

Technical Session 6.2
Evaluating road network hierarchy planning suggestions in SUMPs. Evidence from 7 Greek cities
  • 35
  • Stefanos Tsigdinos, Aglaia Sfakaki, Anastasia Zachou, Yannis Paraskevopoulos, Panagiotis G. Tzouras and Efthimios Bakogiannis
  • Room3

Evaluating road network hierarchy planning suggestions in SUMPs. Evidence from 7 Greek cities

Technical Session 6.2
AURORA – Creating space for urban air mobility in our cities
  • 64
  • Kathryn Bulanowski, Dominique Gillis, Elham Fakhraian, Sandra Nicolau Lima and Ivana Semanjski
  • Room3

AURORA – Creating space for urban air mobility in our cities

Technical Session 6.2
Moving towards safe and sustainable mobility: The development of a roaD accidEnts informAtion centeR for Greece (DEAR)
  • 98
  • Amalia Polydoropoulou, Ioannis Politis, Georgios Georgiadis, Ioanna Pagoni, Alexandros Sdoukopoulos, Danai Kouniadi, Efthymis Papadopoulos, Nikoleta Krousouloudi, Ioannis Fyrogenis and Aristomenis Kopsacheilis
  • Room3

Moving towards safe and sustainable mobility: The development of a roaD accidEnts informAtion centeR for Greece (DEAR)

Technical Session 6.2
A portable device for supporting autonomous and healthy urban ageing: the PROLONG system
  • 215
  • Despoina Petsani, Efstathios Sidiropoulos, Dimitris Bamidis, Giuseppe Conti, Leonardo Lizzi and Evdokimos Konstantinidis
  • Room3

A portable device for supporting autonomous and healthy urban ageing: the PROLONG system

Technical Session 6.2
Policies for sustainable mobility promotion and road safety enhancement at urban intersections
  • 216
  • Konstantinos Karagiannis and Sofoklis Grigoriadis
  • Room3

Policies for sustainable mobility promotion and road safety enhancement at urban intersections

Technical Session 6.2
Asset management: Rules for enhancing resilience
  • 223
  • Afroditi Anagnostopoulou, Aggelos Aggelakakis, Maria Boile and Arjan Hijdra
  • Room3

Asset management: Rules for enhancing resilience

Technical Session 6.2
A bibliometric analysis of measures to improve road infrastructure safety
  • 228
  • Giannis Adamos
  • Room3

A bibliometric analysis of measures to improve road infrastructure safety

16:30 - 17:00

Coffee break

17:00- 19:00

Academia brokerage event

19:00 - 20:00

Official conference dinner

Technical Sessions

09:00 - 11:00

Technical session 3.2 - Promoting active mobility

Special session 3.2
Context-aware bicycle route planning
  • 14
  • Damianos Gavalas, Theofanis Gerodimos and Christos Zaroliagis
  • Room1

Context-aware bicycle route planning

Special session 3.2
Promoting public and active transport based intermodal mobility; The Adriatic – Ionian experience
  • 28
  • Glykeria Myrovali and Maria Morfoulaki
  • Room1

Promoting public and active transport based intermodal mobility; The Adriatic – Ionian experience

Special session 3.2
Social media and urban mobility choices: How a transport-related content could be influential in social media
  • 83
  • Maria Karatsoli and Eftihia Nathanail
  • Room1

Social media and urban mobility choices: How a transport-related content could be influential in social media

Special session 3.2
Smart and resilient urban mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic. The case of a southern European medium-sized city
  • 123
  • Zoi Olympisiou and Apostolos Papagiannakis
  • Room1

Smart and resilient urban mobility during the COVID-19 pandemic. The case of a southern European medium-sized city

Special session 3.2
Supporting behavioural change towards cycling through cycle safety interventions for children
  • 144
  • Alexandros Skeparianos and Eleni Anoyrkati
  • Room1

Supporting behavioural change towards cycling through cycle safety interventions for children

Special session 3.2
Policies to promote and uptake soft mobility in the Mediterranean
  • 148
  • Christos Gioldasis, Zoi Christoforou, Kosmas Anagnostopoulos, Claudia Ribeiro, Alessia Giorgiutti and Laia Vinyes Marce
  • Room1

Policies to promote and uptake soft mobility in the Mediterranean

Special session 3.2
Active mobility versus motorized transport of high school students in Orestiada municipality of Greece
  • 211
  • Zoe Tampaki, Thomas Panagopoulos, Paraskevi Karanikola, Stilianos Tampakis and Sotiria Ralousi
  • Room1

Active mobility versus motorized transport of high school students in Orestiada municipality of Greece

Special session 3.2
Modal shift towards active transport during the Covid-19 restrictions: Can we maintain this trend?
  • 214
  • Panagiotis Nikolaos Kezios and Ioanna Spyropoulou
  • Room1

Modal shift towards active transport during the Covid-19 restrictions: Can we maintain this trend?

09:00 - 11:00

Technical session 2.4 - Cooperative intelligent transport systems

Special session 2.4
Digital infrastructure  service  role  and  functional  model  for urban  ITS service applications
  • 34
  • Junichi Hirose
  • Room2

Digital infrastructure service role and functional model for urban ITS service applications

Special session 2.4
Innovative technologies and systems for urban mobility: The case of Padua
  • 71
  • Marco Mazzarino, Luca Braidotti, Beatriz Royo and Teresa de la Cruz
  • Room2

Innovative technologies and systems for urban mobility: The case of Padua

Special session 2.4
Using C-ITS for shockwave damping and preventing on highways
  • 111
  • Marina Kouta, Konstantina Marousi and Athanasios Koukounaris
  • Room2

Using C-ITS for shockwave damping and preventing on highways

Special session 2.4
Framework for urban C-ITS GLOSA evaluation
  • 138
  • Thomas Otto, Michael Klöppel-Gersdorf and Ina Partzsch
  • Room2

Framework for urban C-ITS GLOSA evaluation

Special session 2.4
Relationship and differences between entrepreneurship and research in the crowdmapping project for crowdsourced urban data
  • 157
  • Mátyás Szántó and László Vajta
  • Room2

Relationship and differences between entrepreneurship and research in the crowdmapping project for crowdsourced urban data

Special session 2.4
Repurposing open traffic data for estimating the mobility performance
  • 161
  • Špela Verovšek, Tadeja Zupančič, Matevž Juvančič, Lucija Ažman Momirski, Miha Janež and Miha Moškon
  • Room2

Repurposing open traffic data for estimating the mobility performance

Special session 2.4
Evaluating the quality of public spaces using crowdsourcing data: The case of the metropolitan area of Thessaloniki
  • 166
  • Alexandros Sdoukopoulos, Nikolaos Gavanas and Magda Pitsiava-Latinopoulou
  • Room2

Evaluating the quality of public spaces using crowdsourcing data: The case of the metropolitan area of Thessaloniki

Special session 2.4
Percolation phenomenon in connected and automated vehicle network through a multi-agent modeling approach: Market penetration and mobility benefits
  • 244
  • Haizhong Wang
  • Room2

Percolation phenomenon in connected and automated vehicle network through a multi-agent modeling approach: Market penetration and mobility benefits

09:00 - 11:00

Technical session 6.3 -  Integrated planning and policies for sustainable urban development

Special session 6.3
Definition of a variable speed limit system for the northern access to the city of Barcelona
  • 20
  • Francisco Rodero and Pere Arrom
  • Room3

Definition of a variable speed limit system for the northern access to the city of Barcelona

Special session 6.3
Regenerating Athens city centre to a low pollution and restricted vehicle traffic zone
  • 36
  • Dimitra Chondrogianni, Yorgos Stephanedes and Panagiota-Gerogia Saranti
  • Room3

Regenerating Athens city centre to a low pollution and restricted vehicle traffic zone

Special session 6.3
Analysis and evaluation of mobility solutions and targeted interventions to support the urban regeneration of the Canal Port of Rimini
  • 65
  • Rachele Corticelli, Margherita Pazzini, Lorna Dragonetti, Cecilia Mazzoli, Claudio Lantieri, Annarita Ferrante and Andrea Simone
  • Room3

Analysis and evaluation of mobility solutions and targeted interventions to support the urban regeneration of the Canal Port of Rimini

Special session 6.3
Spatial diffusion of shared mobility schemes across Europe
  • 150
  • Elnert Coenegrachts, Joris Beckers, Thierry Vanelslander and Ann Verhetsel
  • Room3

Spatial diffusion of shared mobility schemes across Europe

Special session 6.3
Urban air mobility intagration to urban planning
  • 205
  • Dionysia Perperidou and Dimitriios Kirgiafinis
  • Room3

Urban air mobility intagration to urban planning

Special session 6.3
Convincingly presenting your AI project or product: The power and effectiveness of storytelling
  • 250
  • Andy Boenau
  • Room3

Convincingly presenting your AI project or product: The power and effectiveness of storytelling

Special session 6.3
Challenges to AI model development for ITS: Assuring a seamless pathway from data to action
  • 251
  • Eleni Vlahogianni
  • Room3

Challenges to AI model development for ITS: Assuring a seamless pathway from data to action

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee Break

14:30 - 16:30

Technical session 3.3 - Understanding active travel behaviour

Technical Session 3.3
Evaluating route choice characteristics of e-scooters
  • 86
  • Sofia-Ioanna Machaira, Panagiotis Papantoniou and Ioanna Pagoni
  • Room1

Evaluating route choice characteristics of e-scooters

Technical Session 3.3
What is leading the choice between motorized and non-motorized transport modes? The case of Porto metropolitan area
  • 87
  • Hudyeron Rocha, António Lobo, José Pedro Tavares and Sara Ferreira
  • Room1

What is leading the choice between motorized and non-motorized transport modes? The case of Porto metropolitan area

Technical Session 3.3
Kornilia Maria Kotoula, Stylianos Kolidakis, George Botzoris and Georgia Aifadopoulou
  • 117
  • Hudyeron Rocha, António Lobo, José Pedro Tavares and Sara Ferreira
  • Room1

Kornilia Maria Kotoula, Stylianos Kolidakis, George Botzoris and Georgia Aifadopoulou

Technical Session 3.3
Mobility patterns in the campus of the University of Patras
  • 145
  • Christos Gioldasis, Anna Mariam Psarrou Kalakoni, Zoi Christoforou, Garyfallia Liappi and Maria Giannoulaki
  • Room1

Mobility patterns in the campus of the University of Patras

Technical Session 3.3
The impact of Covid-19 pandemic on active mobility – Belgrade example
  • 159
  • Ana Trpković, Eleni Anoyrkati, Vladislav Maraš, Predrag Živanović and Sreten Jevremović
  • Room1

The impact of Covid-19 pandemic on active mobility – Belgrade example

Technical Session 3.3
Understanding group social ties and their impact on travel behaviour
  • 188
  • Na'Amah Hagiladi and Pnina Plaut
  • Room1

Understanding group social ties and their impact on travel behaviour

Technical Session 3.3
An evaluation of agent-based models for simulating e-scooter sharing services in urban areas
  • 231
  • Eirini Stavropoulou, Lambros Mitropoulos, Panagiotis G. Tzouras, Christos Karolemeas and Konstantinos Kepaptsoglou
  • Room1

An evaluation of agent-based models for simulating e-scooter sharing services in urban areas

11:30 - 13:30​

Technical session 4.2 - User centric transport

Special session 4.2
User acceptance of automated shuttle buses - results of a passenger survey in Stolberg
  • 31
  • Sönke Beckmann and Hartmut Zadek
  • Room2

User acceptance of automated shuttle buses - results of a passenger survey in Stolberg

Special session 4.2
Public transport versus demand responsive transport services in (extremely) low demand areas: The case of the Sicilian hinterland
  • 50
  • Tiziana Campisi, Socrates Basbas, Anestis Papanikolaou, Antonino Canale and Giovanni Tesoriere
  • Room2

Public transport versus demand responsive transport services in (extremely) low demand areas: The case of the Sicilian hinterland

Special session 4.2
Conceptual architecture for an inclusive and real-time solution for parking assistance
  • 100
  • Sara Paiva, António Amaral, Teresa Pereira and Luis Barreto
  • Room2

Conceptual architecture for an inclusive and real-time solution for parking assistance

Special session 4.2
A network analysis model to measure the accessibility of public spaces
  • 109
  • Asterios Binopoulos, Eleni Evangelidou, Konstandinos Grizos and Theocharis Vlachopanagiotis
  • Room2

A network analysis model to measure the accessibility of public spaces

Special session 4.2
An investigation of distraction factors on road safety
  • 143
  • George Botzoris, Vassilios Profillidis, Athanasios Galanis, Panagiotis Lemonakis and Gerasimos Argyropoulos
  • Room2

An investigation of distraction factors on road safety

Special session 4.2
Optimization of a prospective carpooling service in the regional unit of Thessaloniki with the use of conjoint analysis and market simulation
  • 178
  • Ioannis Ouranos, Vasileios Chatzizisis, Georgios Palantzas, Evangelos Genitsaris and Dimitrios Nalmpantis
  • Room2

Optimization of a prospective carpooling service in the regional unit of Thessaloniki with the use of conjoint analysis and market simulation

Special session 4.2
Micromobility and micromobility status quo in Greece
  • 198
  • Panagiota Mavrogenidou, Amalia Polydoropoulou and Athena Tsirimpa
  • Room2

Micromobility and micromobility status quo in Greece

11:30 - 13:30​

Technical session 5.2 - Advances in operation and management of freight transport and logistics

Special session 5.2
Assessing the evolution of urban planning and last mile delivery in the era of e-commerce
  • 44
  • Tiziana Campisi, Antonio Russo, Socrates Basbas, Ioannis Politis, Efstathios Bouhouras and Giovanni Tesoriere
  • Room3

Assessing the evolution of urban planning and last mile delivery in the era of e-commerce

Special session 5.2
Is it necessary to calculate passenger car equivalent value for commercial vehicles in urban areas?
  • 48
  • Efstathios Bouhouras, Konstantina Kikeni, Athanasios Siginos, Apostolos Vouitsis, Konstantina Voulgari and Socrates Basbas
  • Room3

Is it necessary to calculate passenger car equivalent value for commercial vehicles in urban areas?

Special session 5.2
Reinforcing competitiveness of transport SMEs in West Midlands region, UK
  • 61
  • Eleni Anoyrkati, Alba Avarello and Giuliana Famiglietti-Pipola
  • Room3

Reinforcing competitiveness of transport SMEs in West Midlands region, UK

Special session 5.2
Appropriate key performance indicators for evaluating integrated passenger-freight transport
  • 91
  • Francesco Bruzzone, Federico Cavallaro and Silvio Nocera
  • Room3

Appropriate key performance indicators for evaluating integrated passenger-freight transport

Special session 5.2
The main problems of the road freight transport sector in Greece
  • 125
  • Dimitrios Zekos, Georgios Palantzas and Dimitrios Nalmpantis
  • Room3

The main problems of the road freight transport sector in Greece

Special session 5.2
EN.I.R.I.S.S.T Road freight transport service: An impact oriented policy advice tool
  • 167
  • Ioannis Karakikes, Amalia Polydoropoulou, Athena Tsirimpa and Ioanna Pagoni
  • Room3

EN.I.R.I.S.S.T Road freight transport service: An impact oriented policy advice tool

Special session 5.2
Anticipation of new and emerging trends for sustainable last-mile urban distribution
  • 233
  • Vasco Silva, António Amaral and Tânia Fontes
  • Room3

Anticipation of new and emerging trends for sustainable last-mile urban distribution

Special session 5.2
The importance of logistics performance for mitigating transportation-caused pollution
  • 243
  • Robert Sova and Cristiana Tudor
  • Room3

The importance of logistics performance for mitigating transportation-caused pollution

13:30 - 14:30

Lunch Break

14:30 - 16:30

Technical session 1.3 - Integrating smart transport and smart grids

Technical Session 1.3
Research trends and opportunities related to charging and supply systems for vehicles with electric / hybrid propulsion
  • 10
  • Ciprian Bejenar, Mihai Rață, Gabriela Rață and Laurențiu-Dan Milici
  • Room2

Research trends and opportunities related to charging and supply systems for vehicles with electric / hybrid propulsion

Technical Session 1.3
Dynamic charging management for electric vehicle demand responsive transport
  • 11
  • Tai-Yu Ma
  • Room2

Dynamic charging management for electric vehicle demand responsive transport

Technical Session 1.3
A regional civilian airport model at remote island for smart grid simulation
  • 76
  • Georgios Vontzos and Dimitrios Bargiotas
  • Room2

A regional civilian airport model at remote island for smart grid simulation

Technical Session 1.3
Exploring the feasibility and profitability of using electric bus fleets for power grid services
  • 127
  • Fan Fei, Riccardo Iacobucci, Wenzhe Sun and Jan Dirk Schmoecker
  • Room2

Exploring the feasibility and profitability of using electric bus fleets for power grid services

Technical Session 1.3
An innovative smart charging framework for efficient integration of plug-in electric vehicles into the grid
  • 129
  • Stylianos Vagropoulos, Stratos Keranidis, Zafeirios Bampos and Konstantinos Afentoulis
  • Room2

An innovative smart charging framework for efficient integration of plug-in electric vehicles into the grid

Technical Session 1.3
A blockchain-based smart contractual framework for the electric vehicle charging ecosystem
  • 163
  • Konstantinos Afentoulis, Zafeirios Bampos, Stylianos Vagropoulos and Stratos Keranidis
  • Room2

A blockchain-based smart contractual framework for the electric vehicle charging ecosystem

Technical Session 1.3
Investigating the option of developing a power supply network using electricity in Greek islands: The case of Skiathos island
  • 226
  • Ioannis Gagtzas and Giannis Adamos
  • Room2

Investigating the option of developing a power supply network using electricity in Greek islands: The case of Skiathos island

14:30 - 16:30

Technical session 2.5 - Vehicle automation and smart equipment

Technical Session 2.5
An informative and secure mobile system to improve driver behaviour and traffic conditions
  • 74
  • Emmanuel Vasilopoulos, Nikos Iliakis, Maria Krommyda and Angelos Amditis
  • Room2

An informative and secure mobile system to improve driver behaviour and traffic conditions

Technical Session 2.5
Application of smart windows equipped with radiant internal curtains to improve thermal comfort in urban transport vehicles
  • 80
  • Eusébio Conceição, Mª Ines Conceição, Mª Manuela J. Lúcio, João M. Gomes and Hazim Awbi
  • Room2

Application of smart windows equipped with radiant internal curtains to improve thermal comfort in urban transport vehicles

Technical Session 2.5
Urban transport vehicles equipped with HVAC systems based in ceiling-mounted air distribution systems
  • 81
  • Eusébio Conceição, Mª Ines Conceição, Mª Manuela Lúcio, João M. Gomes and Hazim Awbi
  • Room2

Urban transport vehicles equipped with HVAC systems based in ceiling-mounted air distribution systems

Technical Session 2.5
Fostering the autonomous driving in urban mobility operation (passengers and goods)  – INTEGRA network
  • 140
  • Mireia Calvo Monteagudo and Sergio Güerri Ferraz
  • Room2

Fostering the autonomous driving in urban mobility operation (passengers and goods) – INTEGRA network

Technical Session 2.5
Automared vehicles' effects on urban traffic flow parameters
  • 156
  • Umberto Crisalli, Ernesto Cipriani, Andrea Gemma and Livia Mannini
  • Room2

Automared vehicles' effects on urban traffic flow parameters

Technical Session 2.5
The impact of CNG on buses fleet decarbonization
  • 208
  • João Paulo Fontoura Oliveira, Tânia Fontes and Teresa Galvão
  • Room2

The impact of CNG on buses fleet decarbonization

Technical Session 2.5
A study on the use of autonomous vehicles for the interconnection of urban transport interchanges
  • 225
  • Anastasia Georganti, Nikolaos Soumpasis and Giannis Adamos
  • Room2

A study on the use of autonomous vehicles for the interconnection of urban transport interchanges

Technical Session 2.5
Identifying and assessing the potential of AI and other emerging technologies for the transportation system
  • 249
  • Robert Sheehan
  • Room2

Identifying and assessing the potential of AI and other emerging technologies for the transportation system

14:30 - 16:30

Technical session 6.4 -  Assessment and evaluation of sustainable urban mobility

Technical Session 6.4
How to monitor and assess sustainable urban mobility? An application of sustainable urban mobility indicators in four Greek municipalities
  • 41
  • Ioannis Chatziioannou, Konstantinos Nakis, Panagiotis G. Tzouras and Efthimios Bakogiannis
  • Room3

How to monitor and assess sustainable urban mobility? An application of sustainable urban mobility indicators in four Greek municipalities

Technical Session 6.4
Revision of the Budapest mobility plan, and the alignment of urban and transport strategies in Budapest
  • 57
  • Diana Kimmer and Tünde Hajnal
  • Room3

Revision of the Budapest mobility plan, and the alignment of urban and transport strategies in Budapest

Technical Session 6.4
Minimizing unobserved heterogeneity in self-reported riding behavior data analysis using random parameter negative binomial model
  • 142
  • Shivam Singh Chouhan, Ankit Kathuria and Ravi Sekhar Chalumuri
  • Room3

Minimizing unobserved heterogeneity in self-reported riding behavior data analysis using random parameter negative binomial model

Technical Session 6.4
Impact of Covid-19 on urban traffic patterns
  • 187
  • Nikolaos Mexis and Ioanna Spyropoulou
  • Room3

Impact of Covid-19 on urban traffic patterns

Technical Session 6.4
An FCM approach to achieve near zero-CO2 urban mobility: The case of Larissa, Greece
  • 191
  • Eftihia Nathanail and Konstantinos Kokkinos
  • Room3

An FCM approach to achieve near zero-CO2 urban mobility: The case of Larissa, Greece

Technical Session 6.4
Analyzing pollutant concentrations by wind direction in two main Greek urban centers
  • 241
  • Cristiana Tudor
  • Room3

Analyzing pollutant concentrations by wind direction in two main Greek urban centers

Technical Session 6.4
AI applications in emergency evacuations
  • 248
  • Xilei Zhao
  • Room3

AI applications in emergency evacuations

16:30 - 17:00

Coffee break

17:00- 19:00

Closing - Awards