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"Rising Stars" workshop on transport sciences
Young transport researchers from Europe presented current research work at the "Rising Stars Scientific Symposium" (rail sector) in Dresden at the end of 2021. The invitation was extended by the "Friedrich List" Faculty of Transport and Traffic Sciences of TU Dresden.
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Science Year 2022 - Participate! - takes place in Dresden and Weißwasser
"POP-UP Knowledge - Knowledge Creates Dialogue" project for exchange between regions. Call for participation from scientists and students. Scientific exhibits wanted.
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Network Studio "Mobility and Societal Change": ExU potential areas of TU Dresden in exchange
"Automated and Networked mobility" and "Social Change" are two potential areas of TU Dresden. Engineers, transport and traffic scientists, humanities scholars and social scientists exchanged ideas and looked for overlaps.
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International Cycling Safety Conference 2022 in Dresden
Great success for 3 professorships of the Dresden Institute of Transport Planning and Road Traffic at TU Dresden. They are hosting the ICSC 2022. Around 200 international participants are expected.
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Strengthening German – Thai Partnership in Railways Systems
Dresden transport scientist Prof. Arnd Stephan was one of the keynote speakers at the online workshop "High Speed Rail: The Changing Face of Thai Railways". His presentation on the electrification of high-speed rail lines was very well received.
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High-tech for the railways of tomorrow
With innovations from the network, the rail industry association Rail.S celebrated its 20th anniversary in the Saxon Parliament. From "Made in Saxony", high-performance energy storage, digital testing technology and driver assistance using AI were among the products on show.
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Research data management in the engineering sciences
Digital NFDI4Ing conference on 27 + 28 September focuses on best practice, research software, infrastructure and cooperation. Participation is free of charge.
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