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UIC Calls for Papers for the 7th UIC nextstation international conference 2019

UIC Calls for Papers for the 7th UIC nextstation international conference 2019
UIC, the worldwide railway calls for the 7th international conference on railway stations, UIC nextstation which supposed to be be held in Tehran from 11 – 13 November 2019.
TERAN - RAME UIC: UIC, the worldwide railway organisation, is organising the 7th edition of the international conference on railway stations, UIC nextstation, to be held in Tehran from 11 – 13 November 2019. This year, after six successful editions, the 7th UIC nextstation Conference, which will be hosted by the Railways of the Islamic Republic of Iran (RAI), will address the key issues under the main theme “Railway Stations Boosting the City”.

The purpose of this event is to understand how Railway Station can/should impact the city in a positive way. In order to make the most of all opportunities, the UIC scientific committee proposes that the panellists and speakers share their expertise and best practice through eight parallel sessions, namely: Station Design (urban planning), Sustainability, Smart Solutions for Stations, Services & Commercial activities, Station Design (building approach), Mobility, Accessibility & Door-to-Door Solutions, Security & Safety, Station Management & Financing.

UIC invites experts in these fields to submit their paper through the UIC nextstation conference website: https://nextstation.org/application-form-for-speakers. The deadline for submission is 30 June 2019.

The possibility for sponsors to support this international event as well as the possibilities for exhibitors to register and claim their exhibition space has also been opened.

For more information please see https://nextstation.org/For questions concerning the submission of abstracts & papers or for more general questions please email Clément Gautier, member of the UIC nextstation conference scientific & organising committee:

gautier@uic.org

Apr 17, 2019 15:39
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