Urbanism Next Europe 2024 calls for proposals with emphasis on diverse perspectives
The Urbanism Next Europe 2024 Conference, set to take place in Amsterdam from 9-11 October, has officially opened its doors for proposals, inviting leaders and practitioners worldwide to contribute their insights into the evolving landscape of urbanism shaped by emerging technologies.
Organised in collaboration with the Urbanism Next Center at the University of Oregon, TU Delft, TNO, and AMS, the conference welcomes proposals for full sessions or workshops, with a submission deadline of Friday, 1 March 2024 at 11:59 PM, PST (Saturday, 2 March 2024 at 09:59 AM, CEST).
The aim is to foster a vibrant exchange of ideas and perspectives on the profound impacts of technology on urban environments.
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Key themes and questions for consideration
Proposals are encouraged to address critical themes such as the effects of shared mobility technologies, the shift towards public mobility, the dynamic landscape of e-commerce and urban delivery, and the imminent deployment of autonomous vehicles.
Sessions can take the form of 90-minute full sessions, accommodating 3-5 speakers, or 3-hour workshops, led by at least 3 organisers. The emphasis is on well-prepared presentations, discussions, and conversations that contribute to a robust exploration of the conference themes.
The Program Committee, consisting of experts in the field, seeks to curate a program that spans a broad spectrum of disciplines, sectors, and global viewpoints.
With no limit on the number of proposals that can be submitted, the Urbanism Next Europe Conference seeks to bring together a diverse array of voices. The Program Committee aims to select approximately 32 sessions and 4 to 6 workshops that offer a rich tapestry of perspectives.
Moreover, while participants are not obligated to submit a paper, those interested in contributing to the academic discourse can submit full papers. The academic track provides a unique opportunity for publication in a peer-reviewed journal, fostering the dissemination of knowledge beyond the conference.