Special Interest Group Session Registration

During our 65th Annual Scientific Conference, we will hold the following Special Interest Group (SIG) sessions. These sessions are FREE to attend and open to all (even if you are unable to join us for the full conference).

If you are not attending the full conference, pre-registration is required. If you are attending the full conference, you do not need to register for these sessions separately.  

Automated Vehicles
Wednesday, October 20 | 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

During the Automated Vehicles session, attendees will hear from a panel of the following experts on the latest trends in automated vehicles:

  • Tanim Islam
    Sr. Field Autonomy Engineer at May Mobility
  • Ruth Madigan
    Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds
  • Justin Mason
    Assistant Professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy at the University of Florida and Director of the Institute for Mobility, Activity, and Participation Lab
  • Matt Peak
    Managing Director at Energy Systems Network

Learn more about our speakers.

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Global Child & Youth Road Safety
Thursday, October 21 | 11 a.m. – 12 p.m.

The Global Child and Youth Road Safety session will highlight the template developed and completed by SIG members to collect relevant information about the infrastructure in their countries or states specifically dedicated to children at risk on roads, in cars, on motor bikes, as drivers, and as pedestrians. A redcap survey highlighting template questions will be shared with the full AAAM membership prior to the conference. Even the most developed countries have deficits and some low- or middle- income countries have strengths that open the doors for collaboration and growth.

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Road Safety in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Friday, October 22 |12 p.m. – 1:25 p.m.

The Road Safety in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMIC) session will start with a presentation from Youth for Road Safety’s (YOURS) Executive Director, focusing on what they do to make roads safer for youth, and the promotion of youth empowerment. This will be followed by three presentations from Youth Leaders in LMIC who will provide grassroot examples of road safety initiatives, discussing successes, challenges, and how youth leaders are being change agents for their communities. To cap of the session, we will hold a Q&A session to further discuss the road safety challenges in LMIC, and opportunities for YOURS and AAAM to work together.

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