SuMo! hosts mobility students for a week-long workshop at the University of Pardubice

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In November 2023, students interested in learning the principles and various aspects of sustainable mobility gathered by Pardubice, Czechia, for a five-day workshop. The workshop was led by SuMo!, an international Erasmus+ Blended Intensive Programme project, hosted by the Faculty of Transport Engineering, at the University of Pardubice, in Czechia.

Before arriving at the workshop, students completed six weeks of online self-study, including virtual consultations and socialization. During the face-to-face workshop, students worked in teams on projects related to the practical tasks covered in the online and face-to-face phase, such as cargo bikes, green logistics, sustainable urbanization, accessibility for people with disabilities, and climate change challenges. At the end of the workshop, the project teams presented their results.

Students from a range of countries and universities participated, including Croatia (University of Zagreb), Latvia (Riga Technical University), Lithuania (Vilnius College of Technologies and Design) and Austria (FH Joanneum).

To learn more about SuMo!, please visit the official website of the project.

The University of Pardubice and FH Joanneum University of Applied Sciences are members of the steering group of the CIVITAS Educational Network. The network facilitates the matchmaking between institutes for the initiation of activities, such as the SuMo! Blended Intensive Programme project. If you would like to get involved as well and connect with other educational institutes active in the field of mobility, join the CIVITAS Educational Network by filling in the entry survey to specify your interests.

Author: University of Pardubice


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