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The next edition of the conference (RSS2024) will be hosted by University of Kentucky and the Kentucky Transportation Center.
Prof. Eric Green will serve as the RSS2024 General Chair.
Congratulation for the submitted proposal and we will share more information asap!
The conference is scheduled on 28-31 October 2024, and will take place in Lexington, Kentucky (USA).
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call for organizers
RSS2022 - a GREAT SUCCESS!
Thank you to all the participants at the 8th edition of RSS Conference organized by the National Technical University of Athens.
It was a great success and the best way to meet after a very complicated and sad time.
The RSS2024 call for organizers is open!
Download the call in the "news page" and submit your proposal for hosting the next RSS2024 edition.
The call expired December 10, 2022. For more information contact email@example.com
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RSS Committee -
a NEW member!
The Road Safety and Simulation Conference Permanent Steering Committee welcomes Prof. George Yannis from National Technical University of Athens as a new member.
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The Road Safety and Simulation Conference was established in Rome in 2007 as a biannual platform for researchers and professionals of different research backgrounds and expertise where to share individual experience and state-of-the-art research in the area of road safety and simulation.
The main aim of the Conference is to improve upon the existing knowledge in the area of road safety and contribute to reduce number of accident fatalities and injuries occurring worldwide, through the dissemination of innovative research and applications.
The RSS Conference is hosted every two years by a local organisation, such as a research institution, a scientific organization, a university or a national agency. These are identified by the Permanent Steering Committee among candidates submitting an application to the "Call for hosting the upcoming RSS meeting".
Candidates eligible as the hosting institutions are required to propose a Conference theme, that must fall in the framework of the main RSS Conference areas of interest. In addtion, proposals must include a plan of conference scientific activities, podium and poster sessions, technical tours, workshops and a general overview of the organization framework.
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