Do you have an interesting and compelling story to tell about developments in micromobility?
Abstracts are now open for the 2023 Micromobility Conference. Click here and scroll down to ‘Micromobility Conference 2023’ to submit an abstract. Details on the submission process are available by clicking on ‘View Detail’.
“We have a number of exceptional speakers in the pipeline, as a result of the conference’s successful debut in 2022. And we’re putting out the call for other presenters to share advances in products, services, infrastructure and behaviour change,” Micromobility Conference founder Phil Latz said.
“Last year’s event featured an incredible array of speakers on new micromobility technology, infrastructure, policy, research, products, mobility as a service, and personal experiences.
“Now here’s a chance for others in the industry to share their information with many of the leading micromobility practitioners from both the public and private sectors, academics and advocates in Australia and beyond.”
This year’s event, being held at Sydney’s Royal Randwick Racecourse on Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th October, is keeping last year’s overarching conference theme – ‘Go Further with Less’.
Presentations will again be divided into four themes:
- Making it Right (Designing and building better infrastructure)
- Making it There (Fostering the commercial transport and logistics revolution)
- Making it Happen (Changing mobility behaviour and social attitudes)
- Making it Pay (Boosting the economic viability of micromobility)
“We’re inviting abstracts for each of the four themes and potential speakers can submit abstracts for multiple themes,” Phil said.
Further details about each of the themes and various presentations formats are available on the Program page of the Micromobility Conference website, including their target audiences.
The website also includes videos of all the 2022 presentations, offering insight to the topics addressed last year and possible subject matter for the themes in 2023.
“We’re looking for a wide cross section of presenters, including officials in the different tiers of government and in academia – and especially practitioners at the leading edge of new products and services,” he said.
“Presentations will be livestreamed, increasing the potential to reach micromobility industry peers throughout Australia.”
Abstract submissions will be open until 12th May and all applicants will be notified by mid-June.