On November 28-30, 2017 the 1st Int. Railway Symposium Aachen will be held in Aachen.
We look forward to seeing you in Aachen.
You will find further information here.
A delegation of the world's largest rail vehicle manufacturer CRRC from China visited RWTH Aachen University in October. To establish a close cooperation in research and teaching a letter of intent was signed between CRRC and the Research Center Railways.
On October 06, 2017 a delegation of VIA visited the Dortmunder Eisenbahn (DE), a company of Captrain Deutschland GmbH. The Container Terminal Dortmund (CTD) opened in 2016, rail track infrastructure in Dortmund port, shunting services and the railway repair centre have been visited. Dortmunder Eisenbahn and VIA plans to cooperate in the future.
This semester’s topic for the seminar on Railway Engineering and Transport Economics will be "Railway infrastructure – Planning, maintenance and operation". The introductory meeting and assignment of the topics will take place on November 3, 2017 at 4:15 p.m. in room BS 312 of the civil engineering building. You can register until October 25, 2017.
Prof. Nießen gives a talk about suitable criteria to improve operational quality with respect to punctuality on September 28th on the symposium:"Aktuelle Probleme des Eisenbahnrechts XXIII"; Regensburg. More information
Prof. Nießen will give a presentation about conflict recognition and conflict resolution in operations centres on the 17th international Signal + Draht Congress at Fulda (09.-10. November 2017) More information
The DFG has approved the Research Training Group "UNRAVEL – Uncertainty and Randomness in Algorithms, Verification, and Logic". Aim is the probabilistic modelling and analysis of uncertainty by developing new algorithms and verification techniques. The VIA covers the application areas safety, planning and capacity analysis.More information
The Institute of Transport Science (VIA), the Institute for Rail Vehicles and Transport Systems (IFS) and the Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA) have founded the Research Center Railways (RCR). The new center will strengthen the rail activities at RWTH Aachen University.
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