When new lifestyles disrupt daily mobility in England   By exploring data relating to England from the UK National Travel Survey between 2002 and 2017, this research led by Benjamin Motte-Baumvol was able to refine the analysis of daily mobility usually carried out in France (where surveys are based on one “typical day”) by considering the variability of travel over a whole week, which reflects our increasingly fragmented lives more authentically. Thanks to new “remote” practices...
Laboratory LIED (Paris VII) hosts a workshop on time scales and energy transitions. Thomas Buhler will present first outcomes from the research project TELEM. This project focuses on the monitoring of at-home energy consumptions and mobility practices of a large panel with WiFI/GPS technologies. http://www.cvt-athena.fr/actualites/evenements-a-venir/94-echelles-de-temps-14-octobre-2015-paris.html
The Joint Transport Research Center (JTRC) Committee of the International Transport Forum (IFT -  OECD) invited TheMA laboratory to present its research on March 30th 2015 at the OECD headquarters in Paris. Two projects developed in TheMA and proposing models and tools for decision-making in land use planning were presented: GRAPHAB 2 , presented by Céline Clauzel, which aims to access the impact of transport infrastructures on ecological networks VILMODes (using the MobiSim platform)...
 The laboratory ThéMA organized the second session of the Master of Geographical Modeling in Dijon   After Paris in December, the laboratory ThéMA organized the second session of the Master of Geographical Modeling MGM 2018/2019 in Dijon (January 30th to February 1st). An intensive spatial modeling program for students from all over France, England, Switzerland and Luxembourg. The MGM brings together masters from 8 European universities around theoretical and quantitative...