23rd EURO Working Group on Transportation EWGT 2020 will take place in Paphos, Cyprus
We are pleased to announce the Euro Working Group on Transportation EWGT 2020 which will take place in Paphos, Cyprus, the Aliathon Resort. The event will be organized by the KIOS Research and Innovation Center of Excellence (KIOS CoE), University of Cyprus.
Paphos was the capital of Cyprus in ancient times and once again celebrated this accolade when in 2017 it reigned as European Capital of Culture. An air of romance and history carries through the naturally abundant and culturally rich region of Paphos. Comprised of its old and new towns, rural villages and picturesque resorts, the region is home to some of the most stunning areas of natural beauty on the island, whilst its many archaeological sites are historically invaluable, with Kato Paphos declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site as a whole. Centered around the quaint harbor and impressive Medieval Castle, Paphos’ environs then stretch to incorporate the tourist resort of Polis Chrysochous. The pretty and tranquil area – known simply as ‘Polis’ – has expanded to become a sub-district in its own right, and encompasses the beautiful Akamas National Park, Lara beach – which is a breeding site for turtles, and the traditional fishing shelter of Latchi.
Regular papers: Originally authors should submit an extended abstract (2 pages). Accepted abstracts can present at the conference (i.e., they will be reserved a slot in the program) and at the same time they will be invited to submit an up to 8-page paper that will be included in the Transportation Procedia
Invited Sessions: Invited session proposals (up to 3 pages) should include the organizers, the title, the description of the session topic and the details (title, authors, brief abstract) of four papers to be presented in the session. The session will be accepted or rejected as a whole. The authors of papers included in the accepted invited sessions, will be invited to submit a full paper (6-8 pages) to be included in the Transportation Research Procedia. European and National research projects are strongly encouraged to organize such sessions as part of their dissemination activities.
PhD Forum: The PhD Forum provides a unique opportunity for early-stage PhD students to interact with senior researchers and receive feedback on their work. Students should submit an abstract (up to 2 pages) outlining their prospective research topic or describing preliminary work. Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to the conference for a poster presentation at the PhD Forum.
Latest research developments: These include extended abstracts (up to 2 pages) of most recent work, with a much later deadline than regular papers. Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited for a presentation, however, no invitation will be sent for a full paper in Transportation Research Procedia.
Submission of papers is now open.
Call for paper is now availabe here.