In May 16-18, 2018 the RS5C conference will take place on Jeju Island, South Korea. The conference is organised by VTI in close cooperation with Korea Transportation Safety Authority (KOTSA, TS) and Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) in South Korea.
Online registration for the RS5C conference will be available from September/October 2017.
Participants needing a visa for entry to South Korea are strongly advised to make their application in their home country and well in advance. If in doubt, information can be obtained from your nearest South Korean Embassy or consulate, or from your travel agency.
More information will follow.
Call for Abstracts and Special Sessions is now open
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