An Email based mailing list has been established by the Universities Transport Study Group (UTSG). The list provides an electronic discussion forum and information resource for researchers in the field of transport primarily, but not exclusively, in the academic community.
The list was established in October 1993, and has a steadily growing membership, including researchers in all continents of the World.
The aim of the list is to facilitate information sharing, (e.g. news of new research, conferences, seminars and workshops) and to promote links, collaborative working, joint problem-solving and mutual support. Depending on the level of usage of the list and on demand, sub-lists may be set up in the future for special interests or particular types of information.
Following the established tradition of FOSS4G conferences, at the 2019 edition , an Academic Track ran in parallel with the General Track.
Thank you to the chairs Andreea Florentina Marin (University of Bucharest, Romania) and Maria Antonia Brovelli ( Politecnico di Milano, Italy), all members of the Academic Committee, reviewers and authors for making this possible. This is great contributions for expanding Open Geospatial Science. [...]
Edinburgh Napier University’s 5th Annual Electric Vehicle event is being held in the Rivers Suite at our Craiglockhart Campus in Edinburgh. Michael Matheson MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity has confirmed that he will give the keynote address. The Scottish Government is continuing to support our event and it has proved a popular and well-attended event. [...]
The University of Aberdeen is currently accepting applications for a lectureship in Geography & Environment.
"We wish to appoint a Lecturer as part of our ongoing programme to expand Human Geography, where research is centred around the theme of Smart Sustainable Futures. The Department of Geography and Environment seeks a Human Geographer who will enhance our research strengths in geospatial data science. The new appointee will contribute to undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes, specifically to GIS, geospatial and quantitative methods courses." [...]