An opportunity to hear from the World's leading experts
in road safety and debate the initiatives that will shape
how we manage road traffic collision risk.

View the Presentations

The presentations from this years conference are now available to view online here.

Abstract book

Please feel free to download the electronic version of abstract book. This version also includes a number of abstracts from authors who were not able to meet the tight submission deadline.

Conference Programme

Cranfield University is pleased to announce that the preliminary programme for the Sixth International Conference in Driver Behaviour and Training (ICDBT6) has been released.

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Exhibitor and Sponsorship Information

We are committed to bringing you the best opportunity to meet and network with many practitioners in the road safety field. The presenters, keynote speakers and delegates are attending with a common aim of hearing about the latest developments in the field and will be keen to learn about your technology and services. The conference has received more submissions than usual and is therefore expected to exceed the 150 delegates who have attended the previous events. This will ensure that the conference has the buzz you need to generate interest in your products and services.

For further details: Download The Exhibitor Information Pack

Latest Conference News

Conference Hotels

The Programme Committee is pleased to announce the following hotels have offered delegates a special rate while attending the conference. A number have also offered to extend this special rate for those who want to take this opportunity to see some of Helsinki before or after the conference.

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Call for Papers

The Programme Committee is pleased to invite proposals for presentations at the ICDBT in Helsinki, Finland. Authors should submit their abstracts by the 20th of December using the authors’ submission page, which can be found by going to the Call for Papers section.

Conference Dinner

The conference dinner will be held on a cruise through the picturesque Helsinki archipelago, a popular tourist attraction. For further information see the venue page.

Important Dates

11th February 2013 – Deadline for full papers
31st March 2013 - Deadline for presenter registrations in order to be included in the conference programme
30th April 2013 - Deadline for cancellation to receive a full refund & early bird conference presenters registrations (here after the fee will be £475 per person
12th August 2013 – Final deadline for delegates to register


The ICDBT conference will be held under the auspices of the International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP) Division 13 - Traffic and Transportation Psychology and the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors.


ICDBT2013 Gold Sponsor

ICDBT2013 Silver Sponsor
ICDBT2013 Bronze Sponsor
ICDBT2013 Conference Dinner Sponsors

The ICDBT organising committee is please to announce that publishers Taylor and Francis will be donating their books as prizes for the best conference papers

Conference Hosts

Cranfield University

Cranfield is home to the Driving Research Group led by Dr Lisa Dorn. The group comprises a team of Psychologists working with the private and public sector on research, consulting and short courses on Driver Behaviour.

Cranfield University

This year's conference will be held in collaboration with the Institute of Behavioural Sciences at the University of Helsinki in Finland. The Institute is home to the Traffic Research Unit, which is headed by Professor Heikki Summala, Conference Co-Host.

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