On the 20th of February, Noah’s Train arrived at its final destination in Brussels after a two-month trip through Europe.
MOBI, the Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology Research Centre, is a leader in defining the state-of-the-art in Electromobility and Socio-Economic Evaluations for sustainable mobility and logistics.
40 years of expertise – 165 projects last 5 years – 27 ongoing EU projects – 100+ staff (more)
In the session “Policy” our researchers offer you a look at some alternative government policies on company cars and how to achieve CO2 reduction in freight transport. Next, two hot topics in Brussels: traffic safety in Schaarbeek and the Hermann-Debroux overpass. Last but not least, a closer look at clean technology assessment.
The Green Energy Campus (GEP) project is a joint operation of the Universitair Ziekenhuis Brussel (UZB) and the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) and comprises of the construction and development of an innovation centre on green energy, operational by 2020. The Green Energy Campus lays in a research park (Research Park Zellik) where another 70 companies…
Our research is inspired by real-life problems and our goal is to come to results that are applicable in society. Therefore, we’ve invited some renowned people from different sectors outside of the academic field. They will respond to the question: How can research help in the transition towards sustainable mobility and logistics? Short pitches will…
Join the 15th Biannual NECTAR Conference in Helsinki, Finland, organized by the University of Helsinki and NECTAR. The theme of this NECTAR conference is “Towards human scale cities – Open and happy”. The conference will be held at the University main building, June 5-7, 2019. This year’s keynote speakers are Prof. Jan Gehl and dr….