As chairs, Ronit Purian and Avi Cohen, SYN-RG-Ai, Tel Aviv University, and CODATA Task Group on Smart Cities Data invite papers for the Special Track on ‘Mobility as a Service (MaaS) and the Design Challenge of Inclusion, Sustainability, and Data Ownership’ at the Data for Policy Conference, UCL, September 14-16, 2021.
Track participants will be invited to submit articles to a Special Collection in Data & Policy through the journal’s peer review process, supported by the Data & Policy editorial team and publisher.
Submission is open until March 25 2021 via EasyChair: https://easychair.
- Spatial behavior crowdsourcing;
- Decentralized system design;
- Data provision and integration;
- Urban big data and AI ethics.
The chairs plan to carry out a collaborative interdisciplinary track that will define focus areas, activities, and priorities, e.g.: Needs assessment and knowledge gap analysis (the desirable data sources and tools); reflections on current studies (case studies – challenges, solutions; and how to generalize); operational research plans (national surveys, public concerns and perceptions in questionnaire items), and the like.
From the domain viewpoint: to define a cluster of mobility-related problems that are encountered by many cities.
From the data viewpoint: to define the data components we share in our research. The goal will be to facilitate open data, knowledge sharing, and data integration.
From the service viewpoint: to define the data sources and tools we use; what are the preferred integration and granularity (e.g., local-global); and how to achieve that.
To address such goals, we wish to invite researchers from different disciplines, who are interested in: Urban Resilience, spatial behavior, flexible mobility, data ownership, service design, and any other topic within the broad domains of smart cities, information systems, data science, and behavioral sciences.
Sent on behalf of:
Ronit Purian-Lukatch, PhD
Tel Aviv University