Aalto University Summer School on Transportation 2015
Transportation in the Digital Age
August 10–14, 2015
Summer School 2016
The Summer School 2016 will take place in August 15-19, 2016. The 2016 theme will be Embracing the Complexity of Mobility. The new programme and registration can be found from: http://builtenv.aalto.fi/en/research/spatial_planning_and_transportation_engineering/transportation/summer_school/.
Aalto University Summer School on Transportation has established itself as a premier institution offering innovative and practical approaches to understand and solve timely transport problems both in developed and developing countries. It presents an intensive learning experience to transport professionals and graduate students of varying backgrounds.
The 2015 theme will be Transportation in the Digital Age. The theme is a recognition that the concept of mobility as service, with or without autonomous vehicles, is likely to transform virtually all aspects of the transport sector functioning. The theme, in which Finland is a pathbreaker, continues the Summer School's founding concept that transportation has a wider scope than movement of persons and goods. It aims to support mobility and access, sustainable economic growth, and to provide an attractive living environment for the wellbeing of all citizens.
The week-long Summer School will be an experience. Timely issues and approaches for solving them will be presented by renowned experts. The lectures and workshops are designed to encourage participation.
The Summer School 2015 will take place in August 10–14 on the beautiful campus of Aalto University, in Otaniemi, Espoo, Finland. The five-day course will bring transport professionals and advanced graduate students together to analyze and discuss issues about Transportation in the Digital Age. A site visit and workshops allow for participation and exchange of experiences.
This website provides a program overview for the planning purpose, the class schedule and the registration instructions (see navigation on the left). More information about the Aalto University and the School of Engineering on the university web pages.
Expected Audience, Tuition and Credits
The Summer School is intended for transportation professionals, managers in transport agencies, transport and traffic engineers, planners, transport consultants, citizen advocates, educators, and advanced graduate students. Expected class size is 40; in the past the participants were from many countries.
The registration fee of EURO 700 includes course material and banquet. After June 15, 2015, the fee is EURO 900. The attendees may earn study credits in Aalto University School of Engineering (2–3 ECTS credits). A limited number of scholarships for the registration fee is available for graduate students. (More information about scholarships on the registration page.)
Organized and Administered by
Aalto University School of Engineering, Transportation Engineering