A joint colloquium of the Technical University of Munich (Chair of Settlement Structure and Transport Planning and Chair of Spatial Development) and the Münchner Verkehrsgesellschaft mbH (MVG) public transport company.
The scientific colloquium is a joint offer for PhD students of the TUM School of Engineering and Design in cooperation with the Chair of Spatial Development.
Within the openLAB Urban Mobility, the Chair of Settlement Structure and Transport Planning organises several mapping parties throughout the semester to actively improve the quality of OpenStreetMap (OSM). OSM is the most prominent example of an open-source database collected through crowdsourcing and is used by many planners, students and interested people worldwide.
Within our openWALKS, we invite you to explore the connections and interactions between transport and urban development together with us. We would like to go on a journey of discovery with you, enter into dialogue with each other and develop ideas for the future of urban mobility.
Urban Mobility Colloquium
The PhD Colloquium Urban Mobility focuses on one of the eight competence fields of the research platform TUM.Mobility. We look at the topic from an interdisciplinary perspective and invite PhD students of the competence field Urban Mobility at TUM to participate in the colloquium. This colloquium is a starting point of the new openLAB Urban Mobility of our chair.
Spring-Break School: Interpreting Statistical Results for Mobility Research
The openLab Urban Mobility provides this intesive course "Interpreting Statistical Results for Mobility Research" during the semester break of the winter term 2022 (March-April 2022, 11 appointments, online) for BSc/MSc students (TUM) and PhD students (Doctoral Training Network).
Between 12.07.2009 and 18.07.2009 a Franch-German Summer School for young scientists and students in higher semesters on the topic "The Future of Mobility" was held on the island Frauenchiemsee. The event was sponsored by the Franco-German University (DFH) and was co-organized by the Bavarian-French academic center (BFHZ) and the Bureau de la Coopération Universitaire de Munich. More information.