2020 9th International Conference on Transportation and Traffic Engineering (ICTTE 2020)

Conference / Summit (onsite)
Transportation

Address: Naples, Naples, Italy
Date: 29 to 31 Dec '20

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World is witnessing major changes in transportation and traffic engineering to cope with community development and financial mandates. 2020 9th International Conference on Transportation and Traffic Engineering (ICTTE 2020) will be held in Naples, Italy on December 29-31, 2020. It is hosted in Conference Center of UNINA.

ICTTE 2020 provided opportunities for discussions about methods, technologies, systems and bet practices in the different areas of transportation and traffic engineering from different places around the world contributing for a new and better vision of life in cities. This conference provided opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business cases or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.

Publication:
Accepted papers will be published in the volume of Conference Proceedings by MATEC and submitted for Ei Compendex, etc. 

Agenda Overview:
December 29, 2020 Conference Check in and Materials Collection
December 30, 2020 Opening Remarks and Keynote Speeches in the Morning
December 30, 2020 Plenary Speeches, Invited Speeches and Parallel Sessions in the Afternoon
December 31, 2020 Tour in Naples (Optional)

Contacts:
Ms. Teri Zhang 
E-mail: ictte2016@vip.163.com
Tel: +86-130-9633-3337

CONFERENCE TOPICS_FLYER DOWNLOAD

The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING:

  • Transportation planning and system optimization
  • ITS theory and applications
  • Traffic control and information technology
  • Transportation and socioeconomic development
  • Transportation security, environmental protection, and sustainable development
  • Urban public transportation planning and management high-speed railway planning, construction, and operation organization
  • Transportation safety
  • Transportation planning
  • Air transportation
  • Marine transportation
  • Metropolitan transportation
  • Marine transportation
  • Freight transportation
  • Emergency response systems and technologies
  • Intelligent transportation systems
  • Energy saving and alternative energy
  • Automotive exhaust treatment and environment protection technologies
  • Transportation infrastructure (Pavement, Bridge)
  • Highway maintenance and management
  • Transportation management, economics and policy
  • Vehicle operations
  • Rail and transit systems
  • Water transportation
  • Security and monitoring systems

LOGISTIC ENGINEERING:

  • Systems of supply chain performance measurement
  • Controlling methods for supply chains
  • Innovative IT systems as performance drivers (SOA etc.)
  • Benefit allocation of IT-based performance drivers among supply chain partners
  • Agent-based simulation/other simulation approaches
  • Quantitative and qualitative performance measures
  • Efficiency of profit and risk sharing in supply chain networks
  • Performance of suppliers and service providers
  • Performance aspects of logistics node design
  • Measurement of soft factors in supply chains
  • Radio frequency identification (RFID) as supply chain performance driver
  • Performance-focused analysis of interorganizational business relations
  • Performance effects of infrastructure management
  • Sustainability and supply chain performance
  • Innovative concepts for modelling, simulation and optimization of transportation networks
  • Managing logistics service quality
  • Development of key performance indicators (KPI) for supply chains
  • Risk management and SC performance
  • Financial and non-financial performance measurement
  • Implications of bottlenecks for supply chain performance
  • Effects of complexity on supply chain performance

CONFERENCE TOPICS_FLYER DOWNLOAD

The conference will bring together leading researchers, engineers and scientists in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING:

  • Transportation planning and system optimization
  • ITS theory and applications
  • Traffic control and information technology
  • Transportation and socioeconomic development
  • Transportation security, environmental protection, and sustainable development
  • Urban public transportation planning and management high-speed railway planning, construction, and operation organization
  • Transportation safety
  • Transportation planning
  • Air transportation
  • Marine transportation
  • Metropolitan transportation
  • Marine transportation
  • Freight transportation
  • Emergency response systems and technologies
  • Intelligent transportation systems
  • Energy saving and alternative energy
  • Automotive exhaust treatment and environment protection technologies
  • Transportation infrastructure (Pavement, Bridge)
  • Highway maintenance and management
  • Transportation management, economics and policy
  • Vehicle operations
  • Rail and transit systems
  • Water transportation
  • Security and monitoring systems

LOGISTIC ENGINEERING:

  • Systems of supply chain performance measurement
  • Controlling methods for supply chains
  • Innovative IT systems as performance drivers (SOA etc.)
  • Benefit allocation of IT-based performance drivers among supply chain partners
  • Agent-based simulation/other simulation approaches
  • Quantitative and qualitative performance measures
  • Efficiency of profit and risk sharing in supply chain networks
  • Performance of suppliers and service providers
  • Performance aspects of logistics node design
  • Measurement of soft factors in supply chains
  • Radio frequency identification (RFID) as supply chain performance driver
  • Performance-focused analysis of interorganizational business relations
  • Performance effects of infrastructure management
  • Sustainability and supply chain performance
  • Innovative concepts for modelling, simulation and optimization of transportation networks
  • Managing logistics service quality
  • Development of key performance indicators (KPI) for supply chains
  • Risk management and SC performance
  • Financial and non-financial performance measurement
  • Implications of bottlenecks for supply chain performance
  • Effects of complexity on supply chain performance

Prof. Alan Nicholson

University of Canterbury, New Zealand

IConf

Media Partner

Prof. Alan Nicholson

University of Canterbury, New Zealand

IConf

Media Partner

Venue

Naples

Organizer

CZES

Venue

Naples

Organizer

CZES

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