UIC will hold the 11th UIC Noise Workshop in Paris on 14 November 2017.
Registration is still possible, so do not hesitate to join us.
This event will focus on the latest issues at European level for the management of railway noise and vibration. Topics will include application of the Noise TSI to existing wagons & ‘silent sections’, funding and progress for retrofitting, REFIT of the Environmental Noise Directive & forthcoming guidance on noise from the World Health Organisation (WHO) and appropriate noise metrics in addition to the new UIC State of the Art report for the Management of Railway Vibration.
As in previous years, speakers will be invited to represent the major stakeholders, including UIC, CER, European Commission (DG MOV & DG ENV), WHO working groups. External views from outside the railway noise world will also be sought.
Opportunities will be provided for participants to ask questions directly to European Commission policy officers and other key stakeholders as well as to discuss the current issues.
There is no charge for participation.
Moderator: Jakob Oertli, Chairman of the UIC Noise Expert Network & SBB
Jean-Pierre Loubinoux, Director General UIC
Marcin Wojcik, Policy Officer DG MOV
Marco Paviotti Policy Officer DG ENV
Kamil Pravdík Project Officer ERA
Libor Lochman, Executive Director CER
Michael Müller, Euro Fleet Mang. DB Cargo
Martin van den Berg, Chiaramonte Noise and Transport Consult & WHO noise working group
Paul de Vos, Satis
Pierre Etienne Gautier, Systra
Alf Ekblad, Trafikverket and chair of the UIC Vibration Expert Network
Baldrik Faure, SNCF
Professor Bas Haring, Leiden University
The registration link is http://events.uic.org/11th-uic-noise-workshop
For further information please contact Nick Craven, Head of the Sustainable Unit:
craven at uic.org