Category Archives: Call for papers

Transport and energy: exploring mobilities at the research-policy interface

We are looking for papers to contribute to this two-hour session that will take place at the RGS-IBG annual conference 2014. Please send abstracts, of up to 500 words in length, to Robin Lovelace – R.Lovelace[at]leeds.ac.uk and Stewart Barr – S.W.Barr[at]exeter.ac.uk . A template can be downloaded here: RGS2014-tgrg-egwg-abstract-template. See below for full details of the abstract call. Deadline: Monday 10th February 2014.

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What world do you live in? Blurred boundaries between physical and digital spaces

Scot Le Vine, Jacek Pawlak and John Polak are inviting submissions to a TGRG-sponsored session entitled “What world do you live in? Blurred boundaries between physical and digital spaces”. This will take place at the Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) Annual International Conference, 26-29 August 2014. See below for details.

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TGRG sponsored sessions at RGS 2014 announced

After tendering for session proposals, the TGRG committee has decided on those that it will officially sponsor for the RGS-IBG annual conference to be held from 26th – 29th August in London.

If you would like to present at this prestigious conference under the Transport Geography Research Group banner, you can submit an abstract to the organisers of one of these sponsored sessions. Full details will follow; for now, please see the list of session titles below and feel free to contact the conveners if you think your research would be suitable:

Abstract submissions should be submitted to one or more of these conveners by Friday 7th February. Early submission is recommended to ensure the abstracts (~300 words) can be reviewed before the Royal Geographic Society’s own deadlines.

Modelling on the Move: Cycling and Transport Modelling

The Modelling on the Move seminar series has reached it’s 6th iteration, and is now open for booking.

The topic is Cycling and Transport Modelling is now open for booking and a provisional timetable will be available soon. Please see http://modellingonthemove.org/events/modelling-on-the-move-6-cycling-transport-modelling/ for more information and to register your interest in the event. Do feel free to share the details of the event with colleagues who might be interested.

Call for session proposals – RGS-IBG 2014 – Deadline soon!

It’s that time of year again – not Christmas, but the Call for Session Proposals for the Royal Geographical Society and Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference (or RGS-IBG2014 for short – see here).

If you would like to have your session sponsored by TGRG, please submit your session proposal to k.pangbourne@abdn.ac.uk (cc Angela.Curl@glasgow.ac.uk) by Thursday 12 December 2013, please see below for details.

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