TU BERLIN ACADEMY FOR PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
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COURSE DATES

07.05.2024 - 31.05.2024
COURSE DURATION

3+1 week
LANGUAGE

English or German (according to the participants preference)
LOCATION

TU Berlin - Euref Campus, Berlin
CERTIFICATE

TU Berlin Certificate of Professional Education (3 ECTS)
FORMAT

Blended learning

LECTURER


Gabriele Grea
Dr. Robin Kellermann
Dr. Massimo Moraglio
Guest speakers
PRICE

2000 € / 1071 € *

Recognized as Bildungszeit

DIGITALIZING MOBILITY: PRACTICES, TRENDS, SOLUTIONS
07.05.2024 – 31.05.2024

The Certificate Course Digitalizing Mobility is designed for those seeking innovative solutions to the challenges of digitalization in the transportation sector.
The course places a strong emphasis on presenting the main trends of digitalisation, the similarities of its application in the different fields of transport, and the latest developments, as digital twins and AI. Through close exchange with the lecturers and expert guest speakers, participants will gain specialist´s knowledge, whilst also working intensively on their own, practical project all along the course.

In short, this course is the key to advancing your professional development and shaping an innovative future in the transportation sector. Be ready to gain new insights and to unleash your creative abilities into the digital transformation of mobility!

Learning goals

After successful completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand trends in transport digitalization
  • Define application fields, potentialities (and bottlenecks) for the digitalization of mobility
  • Gain insights and ideas from real-world cases, gleaned from European managers and policy makers
  • Develop future-oriented thinking about the digitalization of the transport industry, service and governance

Content

The course will tackle current themes through the lens of business, tech, policy and a user’s perspective. The course includes a mix of lectures, hands-on exercises, so to provide participants with a holistic learning experience. Participants are encouraged to actively engage in discussions and apply learned concepts to real-world scenarios. All along the course, each participant is engaged in a personal project, which will be developed in the 4 weeks of duration, being presented at the end of the lessons.

After an overview about the role of ICT in transport (looking at digitalization in the context of ‘business as usual’ and disruptive innovations), the course will dive into the following key thematic points:

  • Vehicle, infra and railway management with IT-driven predictive maintenance etc.
  • Digital twin and AI in transport systems
  • MaaS Sharing/ flexible transport
  • CCAM and city logistics

More detailed information in the pdf.

Target group

Mobility stakeholders such as energy, mobility and IT company managers, public transport operators, city entities, policy makers, NGOs.

* All course participants have access to a reduced course fee, as a result of the support of the European Union initiative EIT Urban Mobility.
Participants of non-governmental organizations, non-profit organizations, government authorities, as well as TU Berlin alumni receive a discount price of 1071 € (incl. VAT). Please contact us for a discount code to book the reduced course price.
All other participants pay 2000 € (incl. VAT) for the course (standard course fees at the TU Berlin Academy for a course of this duration are 3390 €). To book a course at the price of 2000 €, please click on "add to cart".

This course is recognized as Bildungszeit according to paragraph § 10 (5) of the Berliner Bildungszeitgesetz (BiZeitG).

Prerequisites

  • English (or German) at B2 level
  • Laptop/PC + headset with microphone

Dates

This certificate course comprises a phase of guided self-study, followed by a phase of intensive, in-person sessions in Berlin. The three virtual classroom sessions are expected from 16:00 – 18:00 (CET).

Course schedule:

  • May 07, 2024 (virtual classroom session), 2 hours
  • May 14, 2024 (virtual classroom session), 2 hours
  • May 21, 2024 (virtual classroom session), 2 hours
  • May 08 – 26, 2024 independent learning (reading, case study, videos)
  • May 27 – 31, 2024 on-site in Berlin (expected hours Monday from 14:00 - 18:00 (CET), Tuesday – Thursday from 09:30 – 17:30 (CET) and on Friday from 09:30 – 13:00 (CET))


Cooperation

This course is supported by EIT Urban Mobility, an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union. The aim is to positively change the way people move around in cities in order to make them more liveable. You can find more information at eiturbanmobility.eu

This support enables participants to access a special, reduced fee for this TU Berlin Academy course.

Joint Data Processing with EIT KIC Urban Mobility S.L
The TU Berlin Academy, TUBS GmbH collaborates with EIT KIC Urban Mobility S.L in organizing the course „Digitalizing Mobility: Practices, Trends, Solutions“. When conducting the learning activities with EIT KIC Urban Mobility S.L, the TU Berlin Academy (TUBS GmbH) acts as a Joint Data Controller together with EIT KIC Urban Mobility S.L. In order to fulfill this purpose we process personal data as described in our privacy policy. Any questions related to ensuring privacy rights in the context of joint continuing education may be addressed to the TU Berlin Academy (see contact details in the privacy policy).

LECTURER

GABRIELE GREA

Gabriele Grea is scientific consultant and researcher in the field of transport and territorial economics. His activity concerns in particular the themes of smart and sustainable mobility, infrastructures and territorial development. He has carried on projects in the fields of urban mobility, regional, urban and infrastructures planning, energy policies and ICT for transport and mobility.
He has been involved in a range of R&D Projects funded by the European Commission (Horizon 2020, 7th and 6th Framework Programme, Interreg, Marco Polo, DG TREN-DG MOVE Projects) since 2002. He is an Expert Fellow at the Department of Institutional Analysis and Public Management of Bocconi University in Milan, where he is lecturer in Urban Mobility Management and Smart Cities; and sustainable and intelligent mobility in the Master Course MEMIT (Master in Economics and Management of Transportation, Logistics and Infrastructure). In addition, he teaches business modelling for sustainable mobility at Technische Universität Berlin, in the MBA in Sustainable Mobility Management.

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DR. ROBIN KELLERMANN

Dr. Robin Kellermann has a 10 years’ history of research, project coordination, and teaching in the fields of sustainable transport and mobility at TU Berlin. His core competencies lie in social science research, technology assessment as well as political communication and consulting.
He received his doctorate in 2020 at TU Berlin and is author of numerous scientific publications ranging from the digitalization of the public transport sector to the long-term mobility effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Beyond that, he is co-founder of Luftlabor, a research and project think tank dedicated to the application of drone technologies for the public benefit. In this context, he is consulting various German Ministries as well as the German Government regarding the future use of drone technologies.
Currently, Dr. Robin Kellermann is project coordinator of Stadt-Land-Drohne, which is the first Living Lab in Germany that analyzes the use of delivery drones for improving local supplies in rural areas.
Furthermore, he teaches for the MBA Sustainable Mobility Management at TU Berlin.

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DR. MASSIMO MORAGLIO

Dr. Massimo Moraglio is an Academic Coordinator of the MBA Sustainable Mobility Management at the Technische Universität Berlin. His research focuses on technology and its wide effects on economic, social, and cultural fields, exploring its long-term trends. He gives attention to the crucial topics of sustainability, justice, and environmental studies, focusing on transitions, futures, and cultural shifts.
Through his work in academia and consultancy, he built a wide network with industry managers, public agency officers, and NGO advocates. He has acquired and managed many research grants from national and international (both private and public) funding schemes, opening meaningful international dialogue on issues of long-term assessment of technology and its transition toward a smart and sustainable future.
His publications number 120+, encompassing books (as an author, editor, and co-editor) and articles in international journals. He has co-organized and participated in 60+ national and international conferences.

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