Spatial conditions significantly influence mobility. Conversely, mobility shapes the geographical area. Members of the Mobility Lab carry out first-class research at the interface between geoinformatics and mobility research. The knowledge gained is consistently transferred to practical application and published. Students are involved in the continuous development of knowledge and supervised in the context of project and final theses.
Presentation at the Connected Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities Conference 2023
Beginning of this year we had a pleasure to present intermediate results of the DyMoN project at the Connected Smart and Sustainable Cities and Communities Conference held in Brussels, Belgium. The conference is an annual event organized by Open & [...]
DyMoN Summer School
We invite students and experts, who share interest in sustainable mobility to participate in the DyMoN Summer School “GIS and psychology meet for behavioural change in mobility: Innovative digital interventions for sustainable mobility”. The school will take place in the [...]
Velo-city 2022 in Ljubljana, Slovenia
This year’s Velo-city conference took place in the city of Ljubljana, Slovenia. It is an event where various stakeholders involved in development of cycling-friendly cities meet to talk about best practices, achievements, and challenges. The main conference theme was [...]
Contribution to Department and University
Networks and Cooperations
A wide-ranging, international network has been established through involvement in research consortia, active participation in scientific conferences and professional associations as well as the organization of events. The network includes colleagues from the academic field, but also representatives of the private sector (especially from planning), authorities (at all levels) and associations. In this environment, the Mobility Lab is perceived as a competence provider, especially in the area of spatial information and active mobility, and offers professional support and collaboration with the mobility management at the University of Salzburg as part of the PLUS Green Campus sustainability initiative.