Scientific and technical sessions, Monday 27 April

Please note that all information is preliminary and subject to change. The paper and its presentation will be included in the TRA2020 programme only if at least one author paper has registered for TRA2020. The information will be updated once presenting author registrations have been verified.

Scientific and technical session 1:
The institutional and user responses to climate challenge

Podium presentations

Time: 17.00–18.30

405 Towards a European standard of sustainable urban mobility indicators – lessons learned from the SUMI project / Dr. Ralf Brand, Rupprecht Consult Forschung & Beratung GmbH, Germany

467 Mobility styles and car sharing use in Europe: attitudes, behaviours, motives and sustainability / Dr. Cecilia Jakobsson Bergstad, University of Gothenburg, Department of Psychology, Sweden

647 Climate change adaptation by National Road Administrations implementation of tools developed under CEDR transnational research programmes in Ireland, the Netherlands and Norway / Dr. Vincent O’Malley Tran, Ireland

828 Modelling impact to transport due to climate extremes / Dr. Maria Pregnolato, University of Bristol, United Kingdom

1078 Modelling global transport pathways to meet the Paris Climate Agreement goals / Mr. Özcan Deniz, German Aerospace Center, Germany

1165 Iceland’s strides towards carbon neutrality in 2040 – The role of eco-friendly fuels for transport / Ms. Anna Margrét Kornelíusdóttir, Icelandic New Energy, Iceland

Poster presentations:
The institutional and user responses to climate change 

Time: 18.30–19.00

105 Determination of navigation conditions by inland waterway vessels: outcomes of the H2020 EU project PROMINENT / Dr. Juha Schweighofer, via donau – Österreichische Wasserstraßen-Gesellschaft mbH, Austria

569 Paving climate friendly pavement with low rolling resistance – Perspectives of extensive measurements results / Mr. Christian Axelsen, The Danish Road Directorate, Denmark

590 Contribution of pavements to decreasing the urban heat island effect / Mrs. Arsel Inestroza, Durth Roos Consulting GmbH, Germany

664 On route to clean bus services / Dr. Nils-Olof Nylund, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland  Ltd, Finland

723 Road weather model RoadSurf driven by a regional climate model: evaluation and present-day road weather climatologies over Finland / Ms. Erika Toivonen, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

762 High Capacity Transport vehicles increase efficiency, reduce energy and CO2 emissions and road wear – Example of Finland / Dr. Jussi Sauna-aho, Vemosim Oy, Finland

879 Global climate change & maritime logistics / Mr. Rainer Müller, ISL Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics, Germany

Scientific and technical session 2:
Zero emission mobility

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

200 User-centred solutions of electric car-sharing in medium and small size urban centres / Dr. Alessandro Luè, Poliedra – Politecnico di Milano, Italy

272 EVC1000 – Integrated corner solution for innovative electric vehicles / Dr. Eric Armengaud, AVL List GmbH, Austria

345 Hydrogen as a transport fuel: energy efficiency, CO2 emissions and financial implications / Dr. Molly Haugen, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

1058 Electrifying freight transport in Europe / Mr. Harm Weken, FIER Automotive & Mobility, Netherlands

1098 Touchpoints for e-mobility: understanding the vehicle purchase process to promote EV sales in Switzerland / Ms. Jana Plananska, Institute for Economy and the Environment, University of St.Gallen, Switzerland

1116 Developing roaming protocols for EV charging: insights from the field / Mr. Mart van der Kam Eindhoven, University of Technology, Netherlands

Poster presentations:
Zero emission mobility 

Time: 18.30–19.00

252 Road pavement energy harvesting: experimental validation of an electromechanical system / Prof. Adelino Ferreira, University of Coimbra, Portugal

264 i-HeCoBatt: Intelligent heating and cooling solution for enhanced range EV battery packs / Dr. Aitor Makibar, CIDETEC Energy Storage, Spain

310 Deadlock in the introduction of ERS-technology for heavy vehicles – a case of true uncertainty / Dr. Björn Hasselgren, Swedish Transport Administration/Uppsala University, Sweden

826 Comparison of main energy efficiency strategies implemented in a communication-based train control system / Prof. Mehmet Turan Soylemez, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Scientific and technical session 3:
Clean mobility policies

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

312 What is a fair share? The impact of different emission allowance allocation methods in the citizens’ personal carbon trading system for urban mobility / Ms. Elisa Uusitalo, LUT University, Finland

434 EU transport sector decarbonisation: simulating the impacts of electric vehicles diffusion with the ASTRA model / Mr. Angelo Martino, TRT Trasporti e Territorio, Italy

898 A proposal for a novel urban mobility policy: personal carbon trade experiment in Lahti city / Dr. Anna Kuokkanen, LUT University, Finland

900 The possible effects of automated vehicles on the modal share of private cars and public transport / Mr. Timo Liljamo, Tampere University, Finland

980 Shared mobility services – a policy package update for Helsinki metropolitan area / Mr. Jachym Judl, Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), Finland

1172 Reducing pollutant emissions from existing passenger car fleet: generic approach to personalised recommendations / Mx. Rene van Gijlswijk, Netherlands Organisation for applied scientific research TNO, Netherlands

Poster presentations:
Sustainable mobility strategies 

Time: 18.30–19.00

184 Electric mobility for building up smart sustainable districts / Mr. Roberto Nocerino, Comune di Milano, Italy

622 Sustainable mobility in the smart city: will lessons from GrowSmarter help Europe grow smarter? / Dr. Maria Xylia, Sweco Energy AB, Sweden

975 Taxation or subsidization? Explaining Norway’s record fast market uptake of electric cars / Dr. Lasse Fridstrøm, TØI Institute of Transport Economics, Norway

976 The innovative CIVITAS mobility solutions in European cities / Dr. Dirk Engels, Transport Mobility Leuven, Belgium

994 Towards CO2 free mobility / Dr. Markus Sihvonen, Lahti University of Applied Sciences, Finland

1133 Managing urban growth for a mass transit development: new forecasting and data driven methods – Paris Région SNCF Transilien case / Mrs. Tournassoud Françoise, SNCF Mobilités – Transilien, France

Scientific and technical session 4:
City stories on sustainable and clean mobility

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

183 Sustainable mobility and transport in Stockholm: moving from eccentric to business as usual / Dr. Paul Fenton, City of Stockholm, Sweden

266 Carpooling potential and barriers: results and lessons learned from piloting in Espoo / Mr. Juho Kostiainen, City of Helsinki, Finland

623 Institutional dynamics of public transport system: a case study of Jaipur City, India / Mr. Mohit Dev, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, India

742 How do society, industry and authorities benefit from the assessments of the Finnish national transport system plan? / Dr. Katja Estlander Ministry of Transport and Communications Finland, Finland

931 Environmental performance of micro-mobility solutions in Paris: preliminary results using life cycle assessment / Dr. Anne de Bortoli, University of Patras, France

993 How to halve the greenhouse gas emissions from traffic – strategic measures in Helsinki region / Mr. Heikki Palomäki, HSL Helsinki Region Transport Authority, Finland

Poster presentations:
Stories from cities and regions 

Time: 18.30–19.00

235 Assessing future use of autonomous, shared and electric vehicle technologies to meet decarbonisation goals: a case study in Lisbon / Dr. Elisabete Arsenio, National Laboratory of Civil Engineering (LNEC), Portugal

730 City Logistics in the concept of the Sarajevo Canton sustainability and development / Mr. Emir Deljanin, University of Sarajevo, Faculty of traffic and communications, Bosnia and Herzegovina

796 Driving sustainability: an analysis of micro-electric vehicle potential and city propensity for their success / Ms, Melinda Matyas, University College London, United Kingdom

850 Building a sustainable transportation model in cities: the example of “Grand Paris-Sud” conurbation / Dr. Paul-Eric Dossou, ICAM Paris Sénart, France

958 Efficiency of electric light vehicles in last mile delivering realization – Szczecin case study / Prof. Stanisław Iwan, Maritime University of Szczecin, Poland

Scientific and technical session 5:
Green shipping and clean ports

Podium presentations

Time: 17.00–18.30

699 Greening navigation through stakeholder collaboration / Dr .Jordi Arjona Aroca, Instituto Tecnológico de Informática (ITI), Spain

831 The HyMethShip concept: overview, concept development and obstacles for concept application in ocean-going vessel / Dr. Nicole Wermuth, LEC GmbH, Austria

857 A new methodology for assessing the significance of environmental aspects of port operation: a use case of four pilot ports / Prof. Luka Traven, Department of Environmental Medicine, University of Rijeka Faculty of Medicine, Croatia

906 Sustainability of port operations: the European ports’ attempts to reduce negative environmental impacts / Dr. Ville Hinkka, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

928 Design and management of an LNG distribution network for LNG-powered vessels in the Mediterranean area. / Ms. Chiara Ridella, University of Genoa DIME, Italy

995 Reviewing scalability, focus and methodology in maritime emissions studies / Prof. Esa Hämäläinen, University of Turku, Finland

1135 INTENS – Integrated energy solutions to smart and green shipping / Mr. Guangrong Zou, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland

Poster presentations:
Green shipping and ports

Time: 18.30–19.00

201 WATERBORNE: winning the challenge against emissions / Mr. Paolo Guglia, WATERBORNE European Technology Platform, Italy

277 FLAGSHIPS: deploying two hydrogen vessels in Europe / Mr. Jyrki Mikkola, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

548 TCO comparison of different road ferry architectures / Mr. Pekka Rahkola, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland

630 A framework definition for the carbon footprint of ship production / Dr. Jeroen Pruyn, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

801 Towards sustainable shipping: obstacles for cargo coordination in sea freight sector / Mr. Henry Schwartz, Åbo Akademi University, Finland

832 From nature to green shipping: assessing the economic and environmental potential of AIRCOAT on low-draught ships / Mr. Johannes Oeffner, Fraunhofer Center for Maritime Logistics and Services CML, Germany

1081 Emission control measures in Swedish ports / Mr. Johannes Hüffmeier, RISE, Sweden

Scientific and technical session 6:
Air quality, noise and particulate emissions

Podium presentations 

Time: 17.00–18.30

627 Lessons learnt from non-aviation sector noise management best practices: the ANIMA project results / Dr. Fabio Galatioto, Connected Places Catapult, United Kingdom

670 A collaborative appraisal framework to evaluate transport policies for improving air quality in city centres / Mr. Javier Tarriño, Ortiz Universidad Politécnica de Madrid / TRANSyT – Transport Research Centre, Spain

687 First experimentation of a device collecting at source airborne particles issued from rolling stocks brakes systems / Mr. Philippe Clement, SNCF Mobilités, France & Mr. loïc Adamczak, Tallano Technologie, France

740 Mobile monitoring for the spatial and temporal assessment of local air quality in urban areas / Dr. Fabio Galatioto, Connected Places Catapult, United Kingdom

851 Using benzothiazoles as tracers for tire tread emission / Ms. Elisabeth Rødland, Norwegian University of Life Sciences/Norwegian Institute for Water Research, Norway

997 Finding NOx-cheaters on the spot with remote sensing devices / Mr. Javier Buhigas, Opus Remote Sensing Europe, Spain

Poster presentations:
Air quality, noise and particulate emissions

Time: 18.30–19.00

164 The degradation processes of noise protection screens and their impact on the acoustic characteristics of these facilities / Ms. Olesia Yaroshchuk, M.P. Shulgin State Road Research Institute State Enterprise – DerzhdorNDI SE, Ukraine

505 Real world vehicle emissions: Using computer vision in instantaneous vehicle emissions modelling / Dr. Anna Schroeder, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

526 PEMs4Nano: portable emissions measurement systems for nanoparticles / Mrs. Annemarie Mahieu, Uniresearch B.V., The Netherlands

601 Impacts of connected and automated driving on greenhouse gas emissions in Germany / Dr. Michael Krail, Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI, Germany

820 Modeling of air emissions and discharges from ships to the sea / Dr. Jukka-Pekka Jalkanen, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland

830 Relationship between weight of the heavy trucks and traffic noise pollution in the viewpoint of feasibility of fines for exceeded noise – a case study / Mr. Bajko Kulauzovic, Cestel, d. o. o. ,Slovenia

891 Black carbon, particulate mass and non-volatile particle number emissions from marine transport in comparison to road transport and consideration of uncertainty / Mrs. Päivi Aakko-Saksa, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd, Finland