PhD conference focused on interaction between people, city, and transport.

19th – 20th October 2023
Faculty of Architecture, CTU in Prague & online

Keynote speakers

Jonas De Vos, University College London (UK)
Vojtěch Novotný, Faculty of Transport, CTU Prague (CZ)

The People-City-Transport conference aims at strengthening the interdisciplinary approach to studying urban mobility, including behavioural, sociological, environmental and technical perspectives. The conference will encourage knowledge transfer among the specialised disciplines and contribute to building competencies and capabilities to address current urban mobility issues.

The conference primarily aims for PhD students who will have an opportunity
to discuss their research with senior researchers and practitioners.
Conference proceedings will be issued by the peer-reviewed open access scientific journal Acta Polytechnica Proceedings, indexed in Scopus.

All extended abstracts will be published in Conference Proceedings of Abstracts.

Selected papers will be published in Acta Polytechnica Conference Proceedings.

Extended Abstract Submission

16th Sep 2023
extended to 22nd Sep 2023

Abstract Notification  

25th Sep 2023

Conference – Main Event 

19th Oct 2023

Conference – Mobile Workshops

20th  Oct 2023

Full-Extent Paper Submission

5th Nov 2023

Review and Re-submission

15th Dec 2023

Conference Proceedings 

ca. Feb 2024


for all participants

Free attendance for all participants! For free registration, please fill in the form bellow:


If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask:



Please fill in the form above, tick off that you will present your work, and send your extended abstract (800 - 1500 words) to:

For your extended abstract (800 - 1500 words), please use this template:

PCT Conference 2023 Extended Abstract Template



The PCT Conference will take place:
1) in person at Faculty of Architecture CTU, situated in University Campus Dejvice in Prague
2) online via MS Teams (link to be uploaded here)

The building is 10 minutes walk from metro station Dejvicka.
Prague Airport and Prague Central Railway Station are accesible from the metro station within 30 minutes.



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