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System Dynamics and Transportation 2023

The System Dynamics Society Special Interest Group in Transportation (SDS T-SIG) are pleased to announce that the 6th Annual Meeting on System Dynamics in Transportation Modelling will take place online on Thursday 6th July 2023.

Full Agenda to follow, but book your place now!

Following from our previous successful and well-attended events, this free half-day event will consist of a mix of presentations,discussion sessions and network building opportunities as well as the SDS T-SIG Annual Meeting. Participants do not need to be a SDS T-SIG member to present or attend. The intention of the webinar is to showcase the range of research and practise being carried out in transport studies and planning using system dynamics (SD) as a modelling method, and it is designed to:

Promote the role of SD in transportation;
Facilitate communication and collaboration in transportation and SD;
Share methodological approaches, teaching materials, works in progress, best practise case studies and state-of-the-art use of SD in transportation research and planning.

We are pleased to announce that the theme for this webinar will be the use of system dynamics in transport consultancy. We will hear from some leading global transport consultancies on how they apply system dynamics to their projects. We will also have a special session promoting the work of MSc and PhD students.

For further information or to express interest in contributing please contact: Transportation@systemdynamics.org

T-SIG lecture series : Qualitative modelling as a participatory approach to transport system analysis

The second lecture is Applications of SD in supporting Transport Strategies for Net-Zero Systems by Design, presented by Mariana Mirabile (OECD). Mariana is an economist with a passion for improving systems based at the OECD Environment Directorate. Mariana has over 10 years of experience in policy analysis on climate change, and expertise in economics, communication, and systems thinking. She has co-developed with OECD colleagues the process Systems Innovation for Net Zero, designed to help countries identify transformative policies able to shape systems that work for people and the planet. Mariana is a partner of Systems Innovation, a community of systems innovators, and before joining the OECD she worked at the World Food Programme supporting the implementation of school feeding programs in developing countries.

ISDC 2022 Transportation SIG Meeting

Transportation SIG Meeting

The 2022 System Dynamics Conference – Frankfurt Germany

Tuesday, July 19

Meeting (213): Transportation Special Interest Group Meeting, chaired by Astrid Guehnemann, Gillian Harrison (S3.01)

Virtual conference attendees will be able to access the meeting through the conference site.

Visit the Transportation SIG webpage for more info.