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Time is running out for submissions to the ITS European Congress in Brainport, Netherlands, in June.
ITS experts have until 11 January to submit special interest Sessions proposals and papers to be considered for presentation and publication at the event.
Experts are invited to share ideas and discuss mobility challenges that cities face and how they can be addressed through ITS solutions.
Draft papers should be a minimum of five pages for technical and commercial topics, and nine pages for scientific ones.
Papers will go through a review process and authors will be notified if their paper is either accepted, conditionally accepted or rejected.
For accepted draft papers, authors will be asked to submit a final version. This can be a confirmation of the draft text but it is also an opportunity to update the paper, adding diagrams or tables of results.
Final versions should be a maximum of 10 pages for technical and commercial, and 12 pages for scientific.
Conditionally accepted papers must be revised to address the reservations of the reviewers.
Papers submitted as scientific, but which are not judged to be of this standard or relevance, may still be accepted as technical papers.
The 13th ITS European Congress will be held on 3-6 June. Submissions can be made here.