ECCS’12 Satellite Event
Complexity Paradigms for Smart, Green and Integrated Transport 2012
Welcome to the website of the Complexity Paradigms for Smart, Green and Integrated Transport 2012, a one day Satellite Meeting organized inside the European Conference on Complex Systems 2012 in Brussels.
Scope of the Meeting
The objective of this meeting is to assess the problems of transportation systems through Complex Systems theory and methodologies. Transportation Systems are composed of a large number of heterogeneous elements; interacting, perceiving different information from the environment, and pursuing heterogeneous/different aims. Examples range from very well known systems, like road traffic dynamics, up to new fields, such as the Air Transport Network. Plenty of examples can be found in the literature about how different Complex Systems tools can be used to understand the internal dynamics of those systems, from Complex Networks, up to percolation and self-organization.
The meeting aims to create a space for exchanging state-of-the-art results and ideas on this interesting topic. Special attention will be devoted to applications, i.e., how those tools and techniques can be used to improve the performance of real systems. Contributions centered on societal and environmental aspects and citizens’ perceptions will be especially welcome.
The Call for Papers
Submission of contributed papers can be made by sending an extended abstract (max. 3 pages) to the organizers (see email addresses below). Standard LaTeX, PDF, or Microsoft Words formats are encouraged. Submissions will be evaluated and selected by the program committee members, based on the adherence to the theme of the satellite, originality and scientific soundness. Once the selection process is complete, the authors of the accepted abstracts will be notified by e-mail.
The deadline for abstract submission for oral contributions is
May 27, 2012. UPDATE: In response to a number of requests the submissions period has been extended – the new deadline is July 1st, 2012.
A document with the complete details of the satellite meeting and call for papers can be downloaded here
And you may directly contact the organizers of the Meeting with any questions or queries:
Massimiliano Zanin (The INNAXIS Research Institute, email@example.com)
Fabrizio Lillo (Scuola Normale Superiore, firstname.lastname@example.org)
The programme of the Satellite Meeting is not yet available.
The Meeting is provisionally scheduled for Thursday 6 September. Any change in the program will be notified in this website, and via email to all authors.
For more information about the ECCS ’12 Conference, please check the official website.
mzanin ‘at’ innaxis.org
Phone: +34 902 955 527
The INNAXIS Foundation & Research Institute
José Ortega y Gasset 20, planta 6.
28006 Madrid (Spain)
|Fabrizio Lillo fabrizio.lillo ‘at’ sns.it
Phone: +39 05050959
Scuola Normale Superiore
piazza dei Cavalieri 7
56126 Pisa ITALY
Stefano Boccaletti Istituto Nazionale di Ottica Applicata
Rosario Mantegna University of Palermo
David Perez Innaxis Foundation & Research Institute
Miguel Romance Universidad Rey Juan Carlos