Seminar on Transport Policy in the EU and in Greece by the Transport Engineering Laboratory of the Aristotle University

REACT project was invited and attended on May 30 at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, the Seminar on Transport Policy in the EU and Greece, organized by the Department of Transport Engineering Department of Civil Engineering. REACT project was represented by Mr. Kostas Smagas of GEO.

The conference was organized in honor of Professor Emeritus and Director for 20 years of the Laboratory, Prof. George Giannopoulos. The program of the conference included a speech on the new White Paper on EU policy on Transportation and a number of other speeches and presentations that elaborated the issue of funding priorities and opportunities in Europe. The conference was organized to honor Prof. Giannopoulos for his pioneer work in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki as his laboratory became one of the most popular and successful educational and research groups in Transport in Greece and Europe. The event was also attended by the Deputy Minister of Transport Spiros Vougias, the Rector of the Aristotle University Prof. J. Mylopoulos, the Vice Rector of International University of Greece Prof. N. Mousiopoulos, chairman of the Organization of Thessaloniki Mr. P. Stathakopoulos, many professors from all departments of the Faculty AUTH, and other universities in the country, two FP7 projects and many undergraduate and graduate students.

REACT representative distributed project leaflets at the welcoming desk and informed attendees on the project objectives and current activities.

More information on the event can be found (in Greek)

REACT Project Results now translated

REACT Project offers translated versions of key project documents in the Greek, Serbian, Croatian, German and Italian Languages. You can easily download for free the translated versions from the dedicated section of our Knowledge Base Repository


REACT Belgrade Event Proceedings available for download.

Proceedings from the REACT Belgrade event including all scientific papers, abstracts and presentations, are available for download from the relevant section of the Knowledge Base Repository.



REACT Support action has a twofold vision


The REACT vision is to raise awareness and, in parallel, to actively contribute to the shaping of a consensus among EC, Member States and Associated States RTD funding agencies. This could result in a unified and more effective means of addressing climate friendly transport challenges by fully exploiting the resources available.

In this way, the project will efficiently address the social and economic imperative to improve quality of life for European citizens and future generations by avoiding resource wastage and fragmentation of research in the crucial issue of climate friendly transport.


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