Launching on the 29th of April to the 2nd of May 2018, the 28th International Australian Road Research Board Conference will connect researchers, practitioners, academia and industry to discuss “Next Generation Connectivity”.
It’s time to get excited and be a part of a game-changing event for our industry – and what better location than Australia’s sunshine state!
The Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) has earned a reputation for independent, scientific integrity and professional excellence. As such, ARRB conference papers undergo a rigorous peer review process, to ensure our valued delegates are presented with research of only the highest caliber. We do this because we believe your time is precious and not to be wasted on anything less.
This process is overseen by ARRB’s disciplinary leaders in their respective fields of expertise. Introducing:
|Dr Michael Moffatt – National Technical Leader for Pavements and Surfacings|
|Dr Tim Martin – Chief Scientist of Asset Management|
|Dr Giovanna Zanardo – Senior Structural Engineer|
|Dr Blair Turner – National Technical Leader for Safe Road Infrastructure|
|Dr Charles Karl – National Technical Leader for Congestion, Freight & Productivity|
|Ms Samantha Taylor – Freight and Logistics Expert and State Technical Leader Vic/Tas|
|Adjunct Professor Michael Regan – Chief Scientist of Human Factors|
|Mr Paul Hillier – National Technical Leader for Incident Investigations & Reviews|
Click here to learn more about our experts.
It’s thanks to the tireless efforts of these leaders that we can ensure only the very best presentations in the five key streams:
- Intelligent Roads
- Future of Asset Management
- Disruptive Technologies, Platforms & Services
- Smart Journeys
- Human Factors of Transport
Check out the preliminary program here:
We are keeping our globally recognised and celebrated plenary speakers a secret for now, but watch this space as we have exciting news to share very soon.
Check out the event website for more details: arrb2018.com.au
To create greater opportunities for cross-pollination of ideas amongst delegates, the ARRB conference will be followed immediately by the 8th Symposium on Pavement Surface Characteristics from the 2- 4 May. ARRB brings this event to Australia on behalf of PIARC, with a focused consideration of ‘Vehicle to Road Connectivity’.
Check out the event website for more details: surf2018.com.au