Archive for author: Cathleen Schöne


Save the date: Webinar on promoting women in the transport and mobility sector

Are you a pupil, high school graduate, student or lateral entrant interested in a career in the transport and mobility sector? Then our webinar is ...

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TInnGO at Emmett in Transit #6 – The Podcast on Data-Driven Mobility

The sixth episode of the Emmett Podcast was all about the gender data gap, movement patterns, and diversity in transportation planning. Within the sco...

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Emmett-Interview with the representatives of the TInnGO German Hub

“Mobility should be there for everyone, but the reality often looks different. Cathleen Schöne from the Technical University of Ilmenau and tran...

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Exchange of German Horizon 2020 projects with gender relevance

On the 22nd of April, representatives of German Horizon 2020 projects with gender relevance met for an open exchange and networking. This time the mee...

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New network of German EU projects with gender relevance

After repeated exchanges and meetings every 6 months, the participating projects have officially founded the network of German EU projects with gender...

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TInnGO 1st Multistakeholders` Forum

Have a look at our Session in the scope of the TInnGO 1st Multistakeholders` Forum. A big thank you to our panelist for the great insight in the to...

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HCII2020 – MobiTAS conference

We – the TInnGO German Hub – presented our paper on “Gender- and Diversity- oriented Design of Social Media for Participation in Pub...

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DIS2020 – More than Human Centred Design

We participated in the Workshop on “Making Civic Initiatives Last: Ecosystems, Technologies, Approaches and Challenges” and presented our ...

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Dortmund conference on spatial and planning research

Dortmund conference on spatial and planning research 2020

The 5th Dortmund Conference on Spatial and Planning Research took place on 17 and 18 February 2020. It was organized by the Faculty of Spatial Plannin...

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Covid impact on mobility behaviour

TU Dresden: Survey on Corona and mobility behaviour

The novel virus SARS-CoV-2 has developed suddenly and is already having a major impact on daily life, including our mobility behaviour. Therefore, the...

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