The UIC Sustainable Development Unit is collecting ideas for a new opt-in project in 2022.
The new project will follow our soon-to-be-published ‘State of the Art’ report on the topic and will build on work led by noise and vibration experts from across the UIC membership.
As a follow-up to the discussions conducted during expert meetings held from 15 to 16 September 2020, the UIC Noise and Vibration Sector has decided to launch a new opt-in project in 2022 with the aim of supporting the continuation of a series of experts’ and core group meetings within the Sector.
The new project will allow us to continue to participate in our work with the European Commission and other key stakeholders (e.g. CER and EIM) and promote well-informed and effective policy and regulation on Noise and Vibration for Rail.
The UIC Noise and Vibration Sector hereby invites experts to submit their project proposals by 16th October. Proposals should include the goals and expectations of the project. The following online form allows noise and vibration experts in railways to submit their ideas to the UIC Sustainable Development Unit.
Please note that this will not be taken as a financial commitment from your company or yourself. Multiple submissions from the same author/same company will be accepted. If you plan to submit more than one proposal, please fill in a new form.
All proposals will be evaluated at the core group meeting on 20th October.
To find out more about the activities of the Noise and Vibration Sector, please visit our website.
For further information, please contact the Senior Advisor for the Noise and Vibration Sector, Pınar Yılmazer at uic.org'>yilmazer at uic.org