Lecture Series: Mobility – Paths Into the Future

 

Mobility provides the basis for participation in social and economic life and represents a cornerstone of economic development. Population growth, the desire for individual mobility, urban sprawl and the global increase in economic output have led to a significant increase in traffic volumes in recent years. Local and regional congestion of the transport network, increased risk of accidents, increased noise and pollutant emissions are all results of this development.

These complex questions about the future of mobility and their mutual interaction with economic, ecological, and social issues require interdisciplinary collaboration, both in research and in teaching. In addition to specialists, what is needed to successfully shape future mobility are experts with interdisciplinary skills and experience.

The new online format offered by the Mobility and Transport Engineering (MTE) Profile Area provides exciting insights into the mobility of the future. The talks will address topics such as new methods for transport planning and organization, intelligent transport infrastructures, conceptual design of innovative means of transport, mobility systems at different levels of automation for both passenger and freight transport. There will be particular focus is on the future mobility needs and requirements of both individuals and society.

When? Tuesdays, 7pm
Language German
Where?

Online, free of charge

Registration ika - Institute for Automotive Engineering

Tuesday, June 29, 2021, 7:00pm

Induktive Energieübertragung zwischen Fahrzeug & Fahrbahn

Inductive Dynamic Energy Supply of Vehicles via Road Traffic Infrastructure

Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Markus Oeser

 

Tuesday, July 13, 2021, 7:00pm

Architektur inspiriert die Welt für die Mobilität von Morgen

Architecture Inspires the Word for Future Mobility

Dr.-Ing. Anders Warming