Conference Presentations

CHANGING UNSUSTAINABLE MOBILITY CULTURES
Documentation and Materials

Thank you for your interest in the content of the Final Virtual Conference of the mobil.LAB Doctoral Research Group. Below you will find all recorded presentations from the mobil.LAB final conference on September 14th, 2020.


Welcome Session

Input from our Speakers

Prof. Dr.-Ing Gebhard Wulfhorst
TUM

Changing unsustainable mobility cultures
Prof. Dr. Sven Kesselring
HfWU
Sustainable Mobility in Metropolitan Regions: 10 Years of Research

Welcome from our Fellows

Tobias Kuttler
TUM

Keynote talk on mobility Cultures

Prof. Dr. Henrike Rau
LMU
Mobility Cultures in Transition: Infrastructure, Policies, and Everyday Practices
Discussion with Prof. Dr. Henrike Rau

Session I-A

THE BORING BEHAVIORS OF EVERYDAY? 
Understanding how people practice mobility

Julie Magelund
LMU
Everyday mobile practices and understanding in co-living communities
Anthony Ferri
TUM
Where am I going? How am I going?: Wayfinding in Public Transit
Cat Silva
TUM

What interactions are happening in Munich’s bicycle lanes? (And the role of facility design and human behavior)

Session I-B

D(R)IVING INTO A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE? 
Analyzing ways to new mobility and automotive concepts

Michael Mögele
LMU
Car states in motion: (Re)Producing mobility cultures in industrial politics

Gabrielle Harrer-Puchner
TUM
New ways to mobility concepts based on biocybernetic systems modelling and simulation
Dr.-Ing. Christian Assmann
TUM
System analysis of on-demand mobility services: A system dynamic study in the content of sustainable urban mobility


Session II-A

EQUITABLE AND ECO-FRIENDLY? 
Planning tools for sustainable mobility

Nico Kühnel
TUM
The interrelationship between transport, land use and noise
Dr.-Ing. Julia Kinigadner
TUM
Carbon-based accessibility instruments: visual tools for low carbon mobility options
David Durán Rodas
TUM
Spatial fairness assessment of the allocation of bike-sharing supply
Qin Zhang
TUM
Assessing Pedestrian Impacts of Future Land Use and Transportation Scenarios

Session II-B

WHO’S DRIVING? WHO’S DRIVEN?
Exploring shared and automated mobilities

Luca Nitschke
TUM
Non-commercial carsharing: Sharing beyond profit
Dr. rer. soc. Eriketti Servou
TUM
Automated driving and politics of displacement
Tobias Kuttler
TUM
Taxi driving in Mumbai – disruption or business as usual?

Taxi driving in Mumbai: Disruption or business as usual?


Closing Session

Input from Our conference Observers

Dr. Justin Spinney
Cardiff University

Dr. Jessa Le Bris
Green City AG

Final word from our Speakers

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