Interdisciplinary City
  1. Centre for Creativity in Professional Practice
  2. City Collaborative Transport Hub
  3. Centre for Law, Justice & Journalism
Interdisciplinary City

Networking

The Transport Hub is part of a wider community, spreading across academia and professional practice.

Please look out for details of events and networking opportunities as we develop this website and other collaboration tools.

The Hub takes a fundamentally interdisciplinary approach and draws on the collective strengths of senior industry figures and senior academics from across many of the City's schools. It also reaches out through networks of knowledge transfer, industry associations, professional bodies and collaborative arrangements to be active in the broad transport world.

Participants in the Transport Hub come from many of the City's schools and associated research groups. Our ability to leverage these schools can allow us to generate new combinations across disciplines such as aerospace, business innovation, clean energy, engineering, health, food policy, public transport, rail, shipping, smart devices, software and sustainability.

Some of our participating teams include:

The School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

  • Energy and Transport
  • Instrumentation and Sensors
  • Systems and Control

School of Informatics

  • Geographic Information
  • Centre for Human-Computer Interaction Design
  • Software Reliability

The School of Community and Health Sciences

  • Food Policy
  • Optometry and Visual Science

The School of Social Sciences

  • Memory and Cognition
  • Performance at Work

City Law School

  • Legal research

Cass Business School

Over 100 active researchers: http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/research

The Transport Hub is a member of the industry network Intelligent Transport Systems UK
We are also associate members of the Universities Transport Studies Group (UTSG).

Find us

City, University of London

Northampton Square

London EC1V 0HB

United Kingdom

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