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Call for Papers

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The Organising Committee of the 2022 edition of WCRR is seeking papers to address the theme:


Reshaping our railways post pandemic: Research with an impact


The Call for Papers is now live, and we welcome entries focused on research that has delivered, or will deliver, real change within the rail industry. These are the projects that offer benefit to passengers, freight customers, the environment and the economy as a whole.


WCRR aims to promote the tangible value of railway research and the benefits that international collaboration brings to research activities. Tangible impact and knowledge sharing will be key factors that will inform the selection of papers.

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Presentation Options and Guidelines


WCRR 2022 will be structured around eight session topics that demonstrate how research is delivering benefit against key railway objectives for, covering a full range of beneficiaries, from individual users to society as a whole. During the abstract submission process you will be asked to select one sub-topic which your research relates to best.


Please click the image on the right to download the call for papers guidance.

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Session topics

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Presentation options

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Abstract Submission

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Abstracts must be submitted through the official congress submission portal.


To begin your abstract submission, follow the below button and make an account on our call for papers management system, Firebird. Please note, you must accept the terms and conditions of the platform in order to make an account.

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Abstract submission deadline: 30th April 2021

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Full Paper Submission

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If your abstract is selected for presentation at WCRR 2022, a full paper will need to be submitted.


Guidance on the full paper submission process coming soon.

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Contact Us

 

For abstract information, please contact the event team on:


T: +44 (0)117 906 4509

E: abstracts@wcrr2022.co.uk

 

          

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Register

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Register your interest in attending this flagship event for railway research

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