Full Paper Submission Instructions

(deadline 1st October)

To upload your full paper to the conference submission system, follow these steps:

1) Log into your conference system account

2) In your User Home click on your “Active” submission (the tab is in the center of the page)

3) Click on “AWAITING UPLOAD” to the right of your submission

4) Under “Submission File”, browse your full paper and click “Upload”

5) Once the submission is uploaded, click “Save and Continue” at the bottom of this page.

6) You then have the opportunity to upload supplementary files (optional), click “Save and Continue”

7) After reviewing your upload, click “Finish Submission”

Instructions for accessing all submitted full papers in the conference system:

1) Login into your conference system account here

2) Click on “Abstracts and Papers” in the top row.

3) A list of all abstracts and some pre-organized panels appears. You can look for authors and titles in the search function at the top.

4) Click on any title to access the abstract.

4) For authors that submitted a full paper, the tabs “PDF” or “UNTITLED” appear on the right next to the title. Click on those to access the full papers (submitted as pdf or word document).

If you experience any problems with this process please contact

For any other matters, please continue to use the conference general contact details.


Original Call for Submissions (now closed)

We invite a range of different submissions, and especially encourage transnational, comparative and interdisciplinary approaches, and welcome proposals exploring theoretical, methodological, and empirical issues. To submit an abstract, please go to the Submission Website. If you have any questions, please contact us.

Papers: Individual submissions of a paper consists of an abstract (300 words) and a brief biography (100 words) including contact information. Papers will be grouped thematically by the programme committee and may become part of 7/7, experimental or panel sessions. You will be able to state a preference.

Sessions/Panels: A full, pre-organized 7/7debateexperimental, or panel session. A session submission should include a title, summary of the session theme and the method chosen for facilitating discussion (300 words), as well as abstracts for each contribution (300 words). A short biography of each presenter is required (100 words), with contact information. Current Call for Panels.

Artworks: Submission of art works consists of an abstract (300 words), a link to images and/or video of the work online (due to time limitations we can only view up to 3 minutes of video), a brief biography (100 words) including contact information, and a technical requirements document (1 page max) including dimensions, duration, light levels, and technical details for presentation of the work. Submissions of art works to this stream can be in addition to an abstract for another session.

Posters This is a great way to discuss early or exploratory work and present it as a Poster at the conference. Submission consists of an abstract (300 words) and a brief biography (100 words) including contact information. The full poster is due 1 September.

After Acceptance all abstracts will be made available to conference participants on the conference website. You also have the opportunity to submit a Full paper (5000 words). We strongly encourage the submission of full papers, which will be shared with all conference delegates. Authors whose contributions are accepted and who wish to submit a full paper will have until 1 October 2017 to do so. Papers will be published in a restricted area for conference participants on the conference website, and, with your permission, they will be made available as part of the T2M archive.

To submit an abstract, please go to the Submission Website:

Calls for Panels

CfP Intersections: Media and Mobility Panel  – Massimo Moraglio, Technische Universitaet Berlin; James Miller, Hampshire College; Julia Hildebrand, Drexel University Gabriele Balbi, Università della Svizzera italiana.

CfP Museum and Mobility Panel: Forging New Public Histories of Transportation – Kathleen Franz, National Museum of American History and Massimo Moraglio, Technische Universitaet Berlin.

CfP Drone-topia: The (envisioned) potentials for utopia in drone technology – Stephanie Sodero, Lancaster University and University of British Columbia; Anna Jackman, Exeter University and Pete Adey, Royal Holloway University of London.

CfP City Walks: Mobile Utopias, Urban Governance and Practices of Walking – Martin Emanuel, Uppsala University and Nick Dunn, Lancaster University.

CfP Crisis Mobilities – Stephanie Sodero, Lancaster University and University of British Columbia; Robin Smith, Cardiff University and Miriam Schreiter, TU Chemnitz.

CfP Mobilites and Utopias: Historically and Today – Mimi Sheller, Drexel University.

CfP Heterogeneous Work Transformations: Past, Presents and Futures – Sung-Yueh Perng, Mainooth University and Lisa Wood, Lancaster University.

CfP Bridging Transport History and Mobility Studies: Recent Developments and Future Agendas  – Peter Cox, Chester University and Gijs Mom, Technishe Universiteit Eindhoven.

CfP Dystopic Immobilities: past & future, north & south and everything in between – Govind Gopakumar, Concordia University.

CfP Atmospheric adventures in the Aerocene: Heterotopias of Aerial Mobility – Sasha Engelmann, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway University of London and Bronislaw Szerszynski, Department of Sociology, Lancaster University.