Here you will find the presentation slides of the sessions. It is structured in analog to the conference program

Wednesday, 10.04.2024

Session A (09:30 - 11:00)

Host: Catherine Gall, Room "Münchner Kindl"
1 10 facts of the 15mC (Benjamin Büttner - Technical University of Munich)
2 The potential and challenges of digital twins for 15 minute cities (Lucas Van der Meer - University of Salzburg)
3 Dealing with the 15-min City concept in the Lyon metropolitan area accessibility challenges for sustainable mobility and inclusiveness (Nicolas Ovtracht - LAET CNRS University of Lyon)
4 Dissecting Opposition to the 15-Minute City in the Post-COVID Era (Oriol Marquet - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)


Host: Karst Geurs, Room "Brezn"
Unlocking the Potential of Crowd-Sourced Data for Smart Mobility Hubs (Christoph Kirchberger - Technical University of Vienna)
Barriers and preferences to mobility hubs An analysis of users and non-users (Oliver Roider - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences BOKU)


Host: Imre Keserü, Room "Lederhosen"

Session B (11:15 - 12:45)

Host: David Duran, Room "Münchner Kindl"
1 Vulnerability to fuel price increases Socio-spatial patterns in Germany (Giulio Mattioli - TU Dortmund University)
2 Creating safe spaces for a just mobility transition (Henrike Rau & Monika Popp - Lüdwig-Maximilians Universität)
3 The interplay between travel behavior and public participation in sustainable urban mobility (Roxani Gkavra - University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences BOKU)
4 Multi-Stakeholder analysis of mobility justice perspectives (David Duran-Rodas - Technical University of Munich)


Host: Benjamin Büttner, Room "Brezn"
1 Insights for Enhancing Urban Freight Accessibility (Julia Amaral - University of Antwerp)
2 Environmental benefits of logistics facilities in the 15-Minute City – A trade-off analysis of transportation and real estate impacts  (Claire Schelfhout - Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
3 The driving factors of consumers’ shopping channel choices in the omnichannel shopping context (Yubing Lei - University of Antwerp)
4 Experiential learning in urban mobility: Logic, impact and applications (Els Beukers & Job Oberman - Windesheim) 


Host: George Liu, Room "Lederhosen"
1 Bike-Sharing Stations in urban areas and proximity (Rebecca Rossetti - University of Bologna)
2 Cargo Bike Sharing The Potential of a new Socially Innovative Mobility Service for Metropolitan Regions and Beyond (Michael Bissel - Technische Universität Berlin)
3 Pedaling Progress Insights into the Acceptance and Consequences of Bicycle Friendly Side Streets (Jana Busse - Research Lab for Urban Transport) 
4 Scale Matters Proximity and Cycling Share in 40 European Metropolitan Areas (Beatriz Martinez Rico - Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)


Session C (13:45 - 15:15)

Host: Sebastian Rauch, Room "Münchner Kindl"

Host: Yusak Susilo, Room "Brezn"
1 Traffic Light Assistant App for cooperative multimodal signal control (Kim Jannik Eggers - German Aerospace Center (DLR))
2 Determination of a Representative Travel Speed for Road Facility Performance Evaluation Using Floating Car Data (Torben Lelke - TU Braunschweig)
3 Open data platforms for smart mobility planning the case of Brazilian Capitals (Tatiane Borchers - Universität Duisburg-Essen) 
4 The gender data gap in mobility: A systematic guide to gender-sensitive data in mobility research (Ines Kawgan-Kagan)


Host: Els Beukers, Room "Lederhosen"
1 Smart shared mobility hubs the future of hubs for vulnerable users (Anna Grigolon - University of Twente)
2 What does data tell you - insights form a carpooling dataset (Marcel Porschen - RWTH Aachen University)
3 Location Selection for Integrated Mobility Services A Study on (Jaehyun So - Ajou University)
4 Business Model Innovation in Urban Air Mobility (Vasiliki Kalliga - Bauhaus Luftfahrt E. V.)


Poster Session I (16:00 - 16:30)

Room "Münchner Kindl": Pitching Session, Room "Dirndl": Poster haning

Session D (16:30 - 18:00)

Host: Karen Lucas, Room "Münchner Kindl"

Host: Ines Kawgan-Kagan, Room "Brezn"

Host: Fabian Wenner, Room "Lederhosen"
1 Whats in a railway station Developing a scientific model for sustainable railway stations of the future (Spyridon Nektarios Koulouris - Technical University of Munich) 
2 Who buys housing with good public transport Exploring residential mobility with house transaction data (Erik Lunke - Institute of Transport Economics (TØI))
3 Exploring Seamless and Attractive Transfers to Public Transport Stations with Digital Tactical Urbanism (Heike Marquart - German Aerospace Center (DLR)) 
4 Regional rail stations as catalysts and barriers for 15-minute-neighbourhoods Transit-oriented or transit-adjacent development in the Munich Metropolitan Region (Fabian Wenner - Technical University of Munich) 


Thursday, 11.04.2024

Session E (09:30 - 11:00)

Host: Benjamin Büttner, Room "Münchner Kindl"
1 Mixed methods approach to understanding perceived walkability in the 15 Minute-City (Anna-Lena van der Vlugt - Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development) 
2 The Role of Urban Green Infrastructure in 15-minute Cities (Mathtab BaghaiePoor - Technical University of Munich) 
3 Walk the Talk - Mapping the 15-Minute City Towards Actionable Policy in Malta (Wendy Jo Mifsud & Therese Bajada - University of Malta) 
4 23 minutes is walking distance, unless…’ Factors reducing walking time thresholds of Twitter users (Hannah Hook - Ghent University) 


Host: Hilda Tellioglu, Room "Brezn"

Host: Maximilian Pfertner, Room "Lederhosen"

Session F (11:15 - 12:45)

Host: Alex Erath, Room "Münchner Kindl"
1 Parking supply and parking policies in European cities an assessment based on public data (Conny Louen - RWTH Aachen University) 
2 Comprehensive traffic calming methodology and impacts findings from a small municipality in Slovenia (Mojca Balant - Urban Planning Institute of the Republic of Slovenia) 
3 A Method to Increase Line Capacity at Peak Hour with Limited Platform Capacity (Zhihua Jin - Technical University of Munich) 
4 Traffic impact of flexibly rented, private parking spaces (Alex Erath - University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland)


Host: Cecília Silva, Room "Brezn"

Session G (13:45 - 15:15)

Host: Thomas Schönberger, Room "Münchner Kindl"

Host: Carolin Zimmer, Room "Brezn"
1 Who is the nag, who is the drag? Comparing the visions for the future of mobility of policymakers and the population in Munich (Franziska X. Meinherz & Stefanie Ruf - Technical University of Munich) 
2 Responsible Mobility Governance at the Regional Level – An Empirically Grounded Framework on Mobility Innovation in Munich (Sophia Knopf - Technical University of Munich) 
3 Understanding local destabilization policies in the mobility sector: A comparison of mobility governance in Amsterdam, London and Munich (Alina Weiss - Technical University of Munich)
4 Making Mobility Futures by Experiment. Real-World and Virtual Testing as Governance in the Munich Mobility Landscape (Michael Mögele - Technical University of Munich) 


Host: Hannah Hook, Room "Lederhosen"

Poster Session II (15:15 - 15:45)

Room "Münchner Kindl": Pitching Sessions, Room "Dirndl": Poster hanging

  Cyclability Index to Determine Bike Friendliness of Weimar’s Urban Environment (Melisa Yildiran - Bauhaus -Universität Weimar) 
  Development of a workflow to analyze the mobility behavior of a university campus with trajectory data (Hanna Grüsner - Universität der Bundeswehr München) 
  Experimentation on public spaces does it support urban (Freddy Nogueira - Universidade de Lisboa)
  Improving the Field Deployment Process of Innovative Junction Control Algorithms with a Cloud-Based Approach (Robert Markowski - German Aerospace Center (DLR))
  On-Demand Transportation Beyond Big City Areas User Motivations and Ridership Prospects (Ferdinand Ebner - University of Innsbruck) 
  Unlocking Cargo Bikes’ Potential for Sustainable Mobility and Logistics in the Brussels Capital Region (Juliana Betancur Arenas - Vrije Universiteit Brussel) 
  Planning for urban logistics in the ±15-Minute City: A review on data-driven approaches for predicting commodity flows (Jonathan Vanneck - Vrije Universiteit Brussel)