Designed for university Masters' students of various disciplines who hold an interest in mobility and technology, the European Mobility Challenge recruits teams of students from European universities to solve a mobility challenge in hopes of advancing to the first round in Lisbon, Portugal and thereafter to the final round in Los Angeles, California.

The Global Mobility Challenge consists of 3 stages of competition that culminate in a World Championship Olympic Challenge at the ITS World Congress taking place October 4 – 8, 2020 in Los Angeles, California.
*Register below before 25 January 2020.

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* 1. Global Competition OBJECTIVE: To challenge the multidisciplinary skills of student teams through intelligent transportation focused missions that stress problem solving and teamwork, addressing mobility challenges in the community.

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* 2. Student team leader contact information - Please provide your team leader's contact information. All teams must consist of 3-5 members.

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* 3. How many members are in your team?

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* 4. It is recommended that you involve a professor from your university/faculty as an endorsing  person. If applicable, please provide their contact details below.

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* 5. The task assignment for the European challenge is as follows:

"Cities around the world must find innovative ways to improve mobility that mitigates congestion while addressing vulnerable users (elderly, pedestrians, disabled, cyclists, etc.). Design an inclusive mobility model for an urban environment in your home or university town."

Please include below your declaration of intent (max. 350 words) outlining your motivation and focus of the paper.

*Note that the final paper contribution is due 29 March 2020.
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