Deadline for extended abstracts, now 16th June 2017
We invite you to submit an extended abstract (maximum 4 pages) with an original contribution related to transport network reliability. The scope of disciplines covered by the symposium is wide, so technical, operational, economic, policy, or inter-disciplinary contributions, are welcome.
Authors of accepted extended abstracts are also invited to submit a full paper (this is optional). Full papers will not be reviewed for the conference, but the local organising committee will arrange agreements with selected journals for special issues. Guest editors will invite full papers to be submitted to these journals, which will be reviewed under the normal process.
Please download the Extended Abstract Template for writing your extended abstract. If you are using LaTeX, we would like to ask you to match this template as closely as possible. All accepted extended abstracts will be included in a printed book.
Submissions can be uploaded using the website via Easychair.org, which will also be used for reviews.
Extended abstracts will be printed in an Abstracts Book and full papers will be included on a USB stick. Both will be handed out to delegates during registration at the conference.
If all else fails, just email your extended abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org
|Local organising committee|
|Michael Bell||University of Sydney|
|Michiel Bliemer||University of Sydney|
|Xiaowen Fu||University of Sydney|
|Mark Hickman||University of Queensland|
|David Levinson||University of Sydney|
|Mohsen Ramezani||University of Sydney|
|Majid Sarvi||University of Melbourne|
|Michael Taylor||University of South Australia|
|Travis Waller||University of New South Wales|