21st International Transport and Air Pollution Conference in Lyon

The 21st International Transport and Air Pollution conference TAP 2016
will take place in Lyon (France) on 24-26 May 2016

JPEG Download the Preliminary programme to explore all the sessions (scientific and posters), speakers, social and associated events that have been planned for the TAP 2016 conference in Lyon.

Indeed, in addition to the Opening and Closing sessions and two other Plenary sessions, the event includes a Tutorial, a roundtable, press conferences, a presentation of the Horizon 2020 calls for 2017 related to Transport and Air Pollution by the French Transport National Contact Point and a networking event.
Keynote speakers present at the Plenary sessions include :
• Ms Joanna Szychowska, European Commission; Unit Automotive and Mobility Industries
• Tim Wallington, Ford Motor Company, USA
• Yinon Rudich, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Weizmann Institute, Israel
• Ernesto Sanchez Triana, World Bank, Washington DC, USA,
• ... and others yet to be confirmed

  • About the TAP 2016 conference
    The theme of TAP 2016 is “Towards energy transition and cleaner transport” and their implication to air quality, with an emphasis on the programme topics :
    • Exhaust and non-exhaust emissions from transport modes
    • Emission control and technologies
    • Transport, energy consumption and Greenhouse Gas emissions
    • Urban and suburban Air Quality
    • Transport policies and mobility challenges towards cleaner cities

Modes addressed: road, rail, air, waterborne and cross-modality

The aim is to create a stage for exchanging the latest research results and sharing the advanced research methods and technologies.

TAP 2016 is organised by the French Institute of Science and Technology for Transport, Development and Networks (IFSTTAR) and will be held at the
Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon
Site Mono - Allée d’Italie
69007 Lyon, France

For any further information, send an email to tap2016@ifsttar.fr

Published on 11/04/2016

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