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Call for Session Papers: Shared (Autonomous) Mobility (ICCL2020 - Sep 27-28)

Goal: Shared mobility is the transportation sector’s response to a recent paradigm shift towards the sharing economy of collaborative consumption. In contrast with traditional ownership models, shared mobility systems entail the temporary access of underutilized physical assets (e.g., cars, bicycles, scooters) by multiple users, either sequentially or in parallel, on a pay-per-use or subscription basis. With the widespread adoption of information and communications technology (ICT), the phenomenon has become mainstream and is facilitated through digital platforms. Improving efficiency in asset utilization, such innovative forms of market interaction between suppliers and consumers, represent a sustainable solution to mitigate increasing challenges in cities concerning traffic and parking. Ideally, by having an array of shared mobility options that complement both each other and public transportation, users would be able to select an adequate solution for each occasion.This session welcomes contributions addressing modeling, methodological, or game-theoretical aspects of implementing sustainable, efficient, and convenient shared mobility services. We aim to present original as well as innovative applications that explore current and upcoming technological advances, such as vehicle automation, to improve the status of urban transportation. Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:
• shared mobility services
• scooter, car, and bike sharing
• ride sharing and ride hailing
• carpooling
• user-based operations in sharing systems
• dynamic pricing in shared mobility
• vehicle repositioning

Important dates
- May 1: Submission deadline full papers (conference proceedings)
- June 12: Submission deadline abstracts for presentation only

For more information, visit: https://iccl2020.nl/

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Shared mobility is the transportation sector’s response to a recent paradigm shift towards the sharing economy of collaborative consumption. In contrast with traditional ownership models, shared mobility systems entail the temporary access of underutilized physical assets (e.g., cars, bicycles, scooters) by multiple users, either sequentially or in parallel, on a pay-per-use or subscription basis. With the widespread adoption of information and communications technology (ICT), the phenomenon has become mainstream and is facilitated through digital platforms. Improving efficiency in asset utilization, such innovative forms of market interaction between suppliers and consumers, represent a sustainable solution to mitigate increasing challenges in cities concerning traffic and parking. Ideally, by having an array of shared mobility options that complement both each other and public transportation, users would be able to select an adequate solution for each occasion.This session welcomes contributions addressing modeling, methodological, or game-theoretical aspects of implementing sustainable, efficient, and convenient shared mobility services. We aim to present original as well as innovative applications that explore current and upcoming technological advances, such as vehicle automation, to improve the status of urban transportation. Topics of interest include, but are not restricted to:
• shared mobility services
• scooter, car, and bike sharing
• ride sharing and ride hailing
• carpooling
• user-based operations in sharing systems
• dynamic pricing in shared mobility
• vehicle repositioning
Important dates
- May 1: Submission deadline full papers (conference proceedings)
- June 12: Submission deadline abstracts for presentation only
For more information, visit: https://iccl2020.nl/