International e-Conference on Pandemics and Transport Policy (ICPT2020)

{The conference information is also accessible from the WCTRS website, but the newest information should refer to this conference website}

Time [Japan Standard Time: JST]: December 7 – 11, 2020

Two sessions per day: 14:30/15:00–17:30/18:00 & 21:00–24:00/00:30

Registration: Not required; Participation fee: Free of charge
Conference Chairs
: Yoshitsugu Hayashi (Chair of WCTRS COVID-19 Task Force, Prof., Chubu University, Japan) & Junyi Zhang (Co-chair of WCTRS COVID-19 Task Force, Prof., Hiroshima University, Japan)

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Aim and Scope of Conference

The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented global crisis. COVID-19 has had a variety of impacts on the transport sector, such as the decline of passengers on public transport and airplanes, modal shift to private cars, the bankruptcy of public transport operators and airlines, and remarkable changes in logistics and supply chains. On the other hand, it is unclear how transport has contributed to the spread of COVID-19, and therefore questions remain about how transport policy can help prevent the further spread of COIVD-19. Such a pandemic is not the first case in human history. Recent examples include the Ebola outbreak in 2019, the Ebola hemorrhagic fever in 2014, the H1N1 influenza virus in 2009, the 2005-2016 Zika fever, and SARS in 2003. Unfortunately, it seems that lessons from history have not been well learned. Such pandemics are expected to occur repeatedly in the future.

In order to fight COVID-19 and prepare for future pandemics, it is extremely important to exchange research findings about what are knowns, what are unknowns, what should be done, and what should not be done, about COVID-19 and other pandemics. Experts from the transport, logistics, supply chains, regional development, urban planning, and tourism sectors from different parts of the world must pool their knowledge. To facilitate this exchange, the WCTRS COVID-19 Task Force, established in April 2020, decided to organize an International e-Conference on Pandemics and Transport Policy from December 7 to 11, 2020. We encourage the sharing of lessons learned from history and best practices and/or failures, including, by implementing original surveys and making innovative analyses based on Big Data and Open Data, by conducting collaborative research between transport and public health researchers, by developing innovative policymaking methodologies, by making cross-country comparisons of policy measures, and by making policy recommendations of both immediate measures and long-term strategies. This e-conference will demonstrate a new way of promoting Open Science. We welcome your contributions and participation.

Conference Organizers

  • WCTRS COVID-19 Task Force
  • Center of Asian Sustainable Mobility Research (ASMO), Hiroshima University, Japan
  • Center for Sustainable Development and Global Smart City (SDGS-City), Chubu University, Japan

In collaboration with JST RISTEX Grant Number JPMJRX20J6 and JST J-RAPID Grant Number JPMJJR2006, Japan

Conference program


  • The order of presentations at each session may change.

To speakers

  • Each presentation is assigned 25 minutes (18-20 min for talk and 5-7 min for Q&A). In addition, each session is assigned 25 minutes for overall discussion.
  • Each speaker MUST provide at least one slide of take-home messages about research and/or policy recommendations.
  • Please submit your PPT and PDF files to zjy(at), at least two days before your presentation: earlier is better.
  • When you present your paper, please share your files by yourself. If any trouble, we will help you to share the file.

Monday, December 7 (JST)

Opening Session: 14:30 – 14:55 (JST) Chaired by Fuyo (Jenny) Yamamoto, Hiroshima University

Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Chair of WCTRS COVID-19 Task Force, Chubu University: Welcome speech

Junyi Zhang, Co-chair of WCTRS COVID-19 Task Force, Hiroshima University: Introduction of the ICPT2020 and Report on the activities by the WCTRS COVID-19 Task Force

Session 1 – Public and Air Transport | 15:00 – 18:00 (JST) ______ Session Chair: Werner Rothengatter, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

15:00-15:25 Werner Rothengatter, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University; Yoshitsugu Hayashi; Chubu University; Anastasiia Nosach, UBC, Canada; Kun Wang, University of International Business and Economics, China; Tae Hoon Oum, UBC, Canada: Pandemic waves and the time after Covid 19 – Consequences for the transport sector

15:25-15:50 Mukti Advani, CSIR – Central Road Research Institute; Velmurugan Senathipathi, CSIR – Central Road Research Institute; Padma Seetharaman, CSIR – Central Road Research Institute: Impact of COVID-19 on the demand of road based public transport and the potential improvement through infrastructure and service changes in Delhi

15:50-16:15 Masayuki Fukumoto, Nagoya University; Yuto Ihara, Waseda University; Tomohiko Isobe, Chubu University: Impacts of COVID-19 on local public transport industry and support measures in Japan

16:15-16:20 break

16:20-16:45 Nena Adrienne, Independent Scholar; Lucy Budd, De Montfort University; Stephen Ison, De Montfort University: Grounded aircraft: An airfield operations perspective of the challenges of resuming flights post-COVID

16:45-17:10 Javier Gundelfinger, University of Cantabria; Xosé Luís Fernández, University of Cantabria; Pablo Coto Millán, University of Cantabria: Has the Covid-19 changed airlines’ price-setting strategies to tourist destinations?

17:10-17:35 Lucy Budd, De Montfort University; Stephen Ison, De Montfort University: Towards Responsible Transport: A post-COVID agenda for transport policy and practice

17:35-18:00 Overall discussion

Session 2 – Risk-sensitive Social Distancing and Design | 21:00 – 24:00 (JST) ______ Session Chair: Maria Attard, University of Malta, Malta

21:00-21:25 Sigal Kaplan, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem: Transit use reduction following COVID-19: the effect of awareness, threat appraisal, proactive coping, and organizational trust

21:25-21:50 Hongxiang Ding, Hiroshima University; Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University; Saori Kashima, Hiroshima University; Runsen Zhang, Hiroshima University: The role of risk communication in mitigating the spread of COVID-19 in Japan: An analysis by building a dynamic Scobit model

21:50-22:15 Matthew Burke, Newcastle University; Margaret Bell, Newcastle University; Dilum Dissanayake, Newcastle University: Cycling volumes during the COVID-19 Pandemic and how it can inform future investment in cycling infrastructure; A Case Study in North East England

22:15-22:20 break

22:20-22:45 Hiroyoshi Morita, Nippon Engineering Consultants, Co. Ltd., Japan; Shinichiro Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan: The Impact of Social Distancing on Urban Communities – Reality and Future

22:45-23:10 Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University: PASS approach for transport policymaking that deals with COVID-19 and future pandemics

23:10-23:35 Hongxiang Ding, Hiroshima University, Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University: Examining the effects of PASS-based and LASTING-based COVID-19 policy measures on changes in intercity and intracity behavioral choices in Japan by building a dynamic structural equation model with panel data

23:35-24:00 Overall discussion

Tuesday, December 8 (JST)

Session 3 – Behavioral Policy in Passenger Transport | 14:30 – 17:30 (JST) ______ Session Chair: Runsen Zhang, Hiroshima University

14:30-14:55 Hiroyuki Takeshita, Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Chubu University; Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University; Witsarut Achariyaviriya, Yingting Ma, Yaohong Hu, Hang Yang, Chubu University: International comparison on policies and behavioral transformation for COVID-19 pandemic

14:55-15:20 Xin Dou, Wuhan University of Technology; Ming Zhong, Wuhan University of Technology; Xiaofeng Pan, Wuhan University of Technology; Liping Fu, Wuhan University of Technology: Impact of COVID-19 on metro system in Wuhan: Preliminary Results from passengers’ smart card data

15:20-15:45 Niaz Mahmud Zafri, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology; Asif Khan, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology; Shaila Jamal, McMaster University; Bhuiyan Monwar Alam, University of Toledo: Impacts of COVID-19 Pandemic on Active Transport in Bangladesh

15:45-15:50 break

15:50-16:15 Teddy Forscher, UC Berkeley; Emerita Elizabeth Deakin, UC Berkeley; Susan Shaheen, UC Berkeley: Consumer shopping & shipping decisions and public infrastructure policy implications in a pandemic: What will stick? A Case Study of the Sacramento Region

16:15-16:40 Michiel Voes, Universiteit Antwerpen: The effect of COVID-19 on passenger rail transport in Belgium

16:40-17:05 Hirohito Ito, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Shinya Hanaoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology: Measures of ports against the resumption of cruise ships under COVID-19 outbreak

17:05-17:30 Overall discussion

Session 4 – Accessibility, Lifestyle Changes, and Equity | 21:00 – 24:00 (JST) ______ Session Chair: Saori Kashima, Hiroshima University

21:00-21:25 Hiroki Yoshida, Hiroshima University; Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University; Saori Kashima, Hiroshima University; Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Chubu University; Runsen Zhang, Hiroshima University: Human mobility, transport accessibility, and the COVID-19 pandemic: A case study in Japan

21:25-21:50 Saori Kashima, Hiroshima University; Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University: Temporal trends in voluntary behavior changes at the early stage of COVID-19 outbreak in Japan

21:50-22:15 Guopeng Li, Beijing Jiaotong University; Huiying Sun, Beijing Jiaotong University; Zhibin Tan, Beijing Jiaotong University: Information, risk perception and epidemic prevention and control —The perspective of social networks

22:15-22:20 break

22:20-22:45 Juan Antonio Carrasco, Universidad de Concepcion: Mobility trends in Chile in a COVID-19 year: The role of income inequality

22:45-23:10 Xiaohe Zhang, Tongji University; Haixiao Pan, Tongji University: Work patterns and commuting travel during lockdown: Evidence from Shanghai

23:10-23:35 Ricardo Tomás, Campus Universitário de Santiago, Portugal; Paulo Fernandes, Campus Universitário de Santiago; Joaquim Macedo, Campus Universitário de Santiago; Margarida C. Coelho, Campus Universitário de Santiago: Carpooling as an Immediate Strategy to Urban Mobility During Public Health Threats: A Case Study in a University Campus

23:35-24:00 Overall discussion

Wednesday, December 9 (JST)

Session 5 – Spatial Relationship and Behavior | 14:30 – 17:30 (JST) ______ Session Chair: Thierry Vanelslander, University of Antwerp

14:30-14:55 Kaili Wang, Yicong Liu, Patrick Loa, Sk. Md. Mashrur, Khandker Nurul Habib, University of Toronto: COVID-19 influenced Households’ Interrupted Travel Schedules (COVHITS) Survey: A 2-Cycle Revealed Preference Study, in Greater Toronto

14:55-15:20 Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University; Baraa Alhakim, Hongxiang Ding, Hiroshima University: Capturing early-stage responses of Japanese people to the COVID-19 pandemic based on a life-oriented retrospective panel survey

15:20-15:45 Martina Fazio, University of Catania; Alessandro Pluchino, University of Catania, INFN Section of Catania; Giuseppe Inturri, University of Catania; Michela Le Pira, University of Catania; Nadia Giuffrida, University of Catania; Matteo Ignaccolo, University of Catania: Exploring the impact of mobility restrictions on the COVID-19 spreading through an agent-based approach

15:45-15:50 break

15:50-16:15 Thierry Vanelslander, University of Antwerp: Issues and policy reactions in maritime transport chains under COVID-19

16:15-16:40 Wael Alhajyaseen, Qatar University: Impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on past and future individual travel behavior in the state of Qatar

16:40-17:05 Shinichiro Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan; Hiroyoshi Morita, Nippon Engineering Consultants, Co. Ltd., Japan: Changing roles of urban rivers and water use in creating social distancing sensitive communities under COVID-19 in Japan

17:05-17:30 Overall discussion

Session 6 – Change in Urban Transport and Sustainability | 21:00 – 24:00 (JST) ______ Session Chair: Francesca Pagliara, University of Naples Federico II

21:00-21:25 Varameth Vichiensan, Kasetsart University; Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Chubu University: Impact of COVID-19 to urban rail transit in Bangkok

21:25-21:50 Maria Vittoria Corazza, Sapienza University, Italy; Guenter Emberger – Vienna University of Technology, Austria; Vilmos Oszter, KTI Institute for Transport Sciences, Hungary; Ana Peido, University of Zadar, Croatia; Takeru Shibayama, Vienna University of Technology, Austria; Yacan Wang, Beijing Jiaotong University, China: COVID-19, public transport and measures towards sustainable transport

21:50-22:15 Jakub Taczanowski, Institute of Geography and Spatial Management, Jagiellonian University in Cracow; Marcin Król, Warsaw School of Economics: Prospects for public transport in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic: The first reports and policy proposals for Central and Eastern Europe

22:15-22:20 break

22:20-22:45 Francesca Pagliara, University of Naples Federico II: Impacts of Covid-19 Pandemic on travel behaviour and sustainable transport policies: Some evidence from Italy

22:45-23:10 Fabio Hirschhorn, Delft University of Technology; Wijnand Veeneman, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands: A multi-level governance rescue for public transport during the COVID-19 crisis in The Netherlands

23:10-23:35 Joaquim Miranda Sarmento, Universidade de Lisboa; Carlos Oliveira Cruz, Universidade de Lisboa: The impact of the pandemics of Covid-19 on the level of traffic and the management of a highway: the operator perspective

23:35-24:00 Overall discussion

Thursday, December 10 (JST)

Session 7 – Policy Interventions in Transport and Tourism | 14:30 – 17:30 (JST) ______ Session Chair: Geoffrey Clifton, The University of Sydney

14:30-14:55 Geoffrey Clifton, The University of Sydney; John Nelson, The University of Sydney; David Hensher, The University of Sydney: Transport policy implications of COVID-19: Early evidence from Australia

14:55-15:20 Junghwa Kim, Kyonggi University; Kim Keun Woo, Daegu Digital Industry Promotion Agency: In the COVID-19 era, exploring urban traffic behavior by spatial and psychological properties: Evidence from Daegu City in Korea

15:20-15:45 Bhargab Maitra, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur; Kinjal Bhattacharyya, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur; Saurabh Dandapat, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur; Sai Kiran Annam, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur; Kaustubh Saysardar, Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur: Policy Interventions during COVID 19 outbreak and their impacts on activity and travel in India

15:45-15:50 break

15:50-16:15 Javier Cifuentes-Faura, University of Murcia; Ursula Faura-Martinez, University of Murcia: Situation of European airlines caused by COVID-19: restrictions, government subsidies and future prospects

16:15-16:40 Shuang Ma, The University of Tokyo; Shuangjin Li, Hiroshima University; Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University: Policy optimization for pandemic response using system dynamics in highly tourism-dependent developing countries: A case study on COVID-19 in Cambodia

16:40-17:05 Linghan Zhang, Sun Yat-sen University, China; Rui Liu, Hiroshima University; Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University, Fengzhi Sun, Shandong Normal University, China: Tourism policy responses to COVID-19 and tourism recovery: An overview of China

17:05-17:30 Overall discussion

Session 8 – Social Distancing Policy | 21:00 – 24:00 (JST) ______ Session Chair: Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Chubu University

21:00-21:25 Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Chubu University; Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University: Social distancing as an important part of transport, social capital and quality of life

21:25-21:50 Shuangjin Li, Hiroshima University; Shuang Ma, The University of Tokyo; Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima University: Association of built environment attributes with the spread of COVID-19 at its initial stage in China

21:50-22:15 Junyi Zhang, Hongxiang Ding, Mae Grace Alenabo Dinglasa, Canh Xuan Do, Hyewon Namgung, Hong T. A. Nguyen, Setyo Nugroho, Ratu Veby Renita, Lon Virakvichetra, Hiroki Yoshida, Hiroshima University; Yoshitsugu Hayashi, Chubu University, Japan: Comparisons of PASS-based transport policy measures for addressing the impacts of COVID-19 in Asian countries

22:15-22:20 break

22:20-22:45 Zhao Zhang, Beihang University: Resilience of national highway transportation system and traffic control policy under the outbreak of COVID-19 in China

22:45-23:10 Yiyuan Lei, New York University; Kaan Ozbay, New York University: A robust analysis of the long-term impacts of the stay-at-home policy on taxi and Citi bike usage: A case study of Manhattan

23:10-23:35 Motuba Diomo, North Dakota State University; William Nganje, North Dakota State University; Muhammad Asif Khan, National University of Sciences and Technology, Pakistan; Mirzazadeh Babak, North Dakota State University: COVID-19: Investigating heterogeneity and the effectiveness of the myriad of statewide policy decisions on travel reductions in the U.S.

23:35-24:00 Overall discussion

Friday, December 11 (JST)

Session 9 – New Normal and Long-term Impacts | 14:30 – 17:30 (JST) ______ Session Chair: Hitomi Nakanishi, University of Canberra

14:30-14:55 Madeleine Parker, UC Berkeley; Meiqing Li, UC Berkeley; Mohamed Amine Bouzaghrane, UC Berkeley; Hassan Obeid, UC Berkeley; Drake Hayes, UC Berkeley; Karen Trapenberg Frick, UC Berkeley; Daniel Rodriguez, UC Berkeley; Joan Walker, UC Berkeley; Raja Sengupta, UC Berkeley; Daniel Chatman, UC Berkeley: Transit in the era of COVID-19: Public transit policies and travel behavior in the COVID-19 recovery period

14:55-15:20 Qiang Zhang, Beijing Jiaotong University: The economic effects of traffic consumption and policy evaluation under the COVID-19 pandemic in China: A CGE analysis

15:20-15:45 Md Asif Hasan Anik, Dalhousie University; Muhammad Ahsanul Habib, Dalhousie University: Examining the long term impacts of COVID-19 using an integrated transport and land-use modelling system

15:45-15:50 break

15:50-16:15 Padma Seetharaman, CSIR – CRRI; Velmurugan Senathipathi, CSIR – CRRI; Vikas Sharma, CSIR – CRRI; Mukti Advani, Vellore Institute of Technology: Evaluation of air quality in times of COVID-19 and its impacts on road traffic

16:15-16:40 Runsen Zhang, Hiroshima University; Junyi Zhang, Hiroshima university: Long-term pathways to deep decarbonization of transport sector in the post-COVID’s new normal

16:40-17:05 James Leather, Asian Development Bank: ADB Guidance Note: Transport and COVID-19 — Bounce back strategy and recommendations to support a more sustainable new normal

17:05-17:30 Overall discussion

Session 10 – Nationwide Policy Responses | 21:00 – 24:00 (JST) ______ Session Chair: Greg Marsden, University of Leeds

21:00-21:25 Greg Marsden, University of Leeds; Iain Docherty, University of Stirling; Jillian Anable, University of Leeds: Windows of opportunity or path dependencies? Governance responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in UK transport policy

21:25-21:50 Velmurugan Senathipathi, CSIR – CRRI; Mukti Advani, CSIR – CRRI; Padma Seetharaman, CSIR – CRRI: Impacts of COVID-19 on the transport sector and measures as well as recommendations of policies and future research: Report on India

21:50-22:15 Ozay Ozaydin, Dogus University; Fusun Ulengin, Sabanci University: Impacts of COVID-19 on the transport sector and measures as well as recommendations of policies and future research: A Report on Turkey

22:15-22:20 break

22:20-22:45 Huiyu Zhou, Beijing Jiaotong University; Yacan Wang, Beijing Jiaotong University; Joseph R Huscroft, North Carolina A&T State University: Impacts of COVID-19 on the transportation sector: A report on China

22:45-23:10 Jielun Liu, National University of Singapore; Ghim Ping Ong, National University of Singapore; Junxiong Pang, National University of Singapore; Leonard Lee, National University of Singapore: Understanding the potential impact on pandemics on mobility and the transport sector: A case study of Singapore during COVID-19

23:10-23:35 Akito Murayama, The University of Tokyo: The potential impacts of COVID-19 on “social distancing sensitive” urban and regional structures in Japan

23:35-24:00 Overall discussion

Closing Session | 00:00 – 01:00 (JST)

Junyi Zhang & Yoshitsugu Hayashi: A summary of ICPT2020 and future perspective

All participants: “Debate: Pandemics and Transport Policymaking”

Conference organizing committee

Chairs: Yoshitsugu Hayashi (Chair of WCTRS COVID-19 Task Force) & Junyi Zhang (Co-chair of WCTRS COVID-19 Task Force)

General Secretary

Saori Kashima, Hiroshima University, Japan
Runsen Zhang, Hiroshima University, Japan
Linghan Zhang, Sun Yat-sen University, China
Hiroyuki Takeshita, Chubu University, Japan

Organizing committee members

Werner Rothengatter, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Greg Marsden, University of Leeds, UK
Francesca Pagliara, University of Naples Federico II, Italy
K.E. Seetha Ram, ADBI
Hitomi Nakanishi, University of Canberra, Australia
Thierry Vanelslander, University of Antwerp, Belgium
Juan A. Carrasco, Universidad de Concepción, Chile
Yacan Wang, Beijing Jiaotong University, China
Velmurugan Senathipathi, CSIR – Central Road Research Institute, India
Maria Attard, University of Malta, Malta
Varameth Vichiensan, Kasetsart University, Thailand
Lori Tavasszy, Prof., Technical University of Delft, The Netherlands
Fusun Ulengin, Sabanci Business School, Turkey
Junko Sugawara, University of Houston, USA
Masayuki Fukumoto, Transportation Consultant, Japan
Tomohiko Isobe, Chubu University, Japan
Hiroyoshi Morita, Nippon Engineering Consultants, Co. Ltd., Japan
Akito Murayama, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Shinichiro Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan

Conference program managers

Hongxiang Ding, a doctoral candidate, Hiroshima University, Japan
Shuangjin Li, a doctoral candidate, Hiroshima University, Japan
Shuang Ma, Assistant Prof., The University of Tokyo, Japan
Setyo Nugroho, a doctoral candidate, Hiroshima University, Japan
Jenny Yamamoto, a doctoral candidate,Hiroshima University, Japan

Designer of the conference logo

Setyo Nugroho, a doctoral candidate in Mobilities and Urban Policy Lab, Hiroshima University, Japan

List of authors (ordered based on first names)

Akito Murayama
Alessandro Pluchino
Ana Peido
Anastasiia Nosach
Asif Khan
Baraa Alhakim
Bhargab Maitra
Bhuiyan Monwar Alam
Canh Xuan Do
Carlos Oliveira Cruz
Daniel Chatman
Daniel Rodriguez
David Hensher
Dilum Dissanayake
Drake Hayes
Emerita Elizabeth Deakin
Fabio Hirschhorn
Fengzhi Sun
Francesca Pagliara
Fusun Ulengin
Geoffrey Clifton
Ghim Ping Ong
Giuseppe Inturri
Greg Marsden
Guenter Emberger
Guopeng Li
Haixiao Pan
Hang Yang
Hassan Obeid
Hirohito Ito
Hiroki Yoshida
Hiroyoshi Morita
Hiroyuki Takeshita
Hong T. A. Nguyen
Hongxiang Ding
Huiying Sun
Huiyu Zhou
Hyewon Namgung
Iain Docherty
Jakub Taczanowski
James Leather
Javier Cifuentes-Faura
Javier Gundelfinger
Jielun Liu
Jillian Anable
Joan Walker
Joaquim Macedo
Joaquim Miranda Sarmento
John Nelson
Joseph R Huscroft
Juan Antonio Carrasco
Junghwa Kim
Junxiong Pang
Junyi Zhang
Kaan Ozbay
Kaili Wang
Karen Trapenberg Frick
Kaustubh Saysardar
Khandker Nurul Habib
Kim Keun Woo
Kinjal Bhattacharyya
Kun Wang
Linghan Zhang
Liping Fu
Lon Virakvichetra
Lucy Budd
Madeleine Parker
Mae Grace Alenabo Dinglasa
Marcin Król
Margaret Bell
Margarida C. Coelho
Maria Vittoria Corazza
Martina Fazio
Masayuki Fukumoto
Matteo Ignaccolo
Matthew Burke
Md Asif Hasan Anik
Meiqing Li
Michela Le Pira
Michiel Voes
Ming Zhong
Mirzazadeh Babak
Mohamed Amine Bouzaghrane
Motuba Diomo
Muhammad Ahsanul Habib
Muhammad Asif Khan
Mukti Advani
Nadia Giuffrida
Nena Adrienne
Niaz Mahmud Zafri
Ozay Ozaydin
Pablo Coto Millán
Padma Seetharaman
Patrick Loa
Paulo Fernandes
Qiang Zhang
Raja Sengupta
Ratu Veby Renita
Ricardo Tomás
Rui Liu
Runsen Zhang
Sai Kiran Annam
Saori Kashima
Saurabh Dandapat
Setyo Nugroho
Shaila Jamal
Shinichiro Nakamura
Shinya Hanaoka
Shuang Ma
Shuangjin Li
Sigal Kaplan
Sk. Md. Mashrur
Stephen Ison
Susan Shaheen
Tae Hoon Oum
Takeru Shibayama
Teddy Forscher
Thierry Vanelslander
Tomohiko Isobe
Ursula Faura-Martinez
Varameth Vichiensan
Velmurugan Senathipathi
Vikas Sharma
Vilmos Oszter
Wael Alhajyaseen
Werner Rothengatter
Wijnand Veeneman
William Nganje
Witsarut Achariyaviriya
Xiaofeng Pan
Xiaohe Zhang
Xin Dou
Xosé Luís Fernández
Yacan Wang
Yaohong Hu
Yicong Liu
Yingting Ma
Yiyuan Lei
Yoshitsugu Hayashi
Yuto Ihara
Zhao Zhang
Zhibin Tan