Infrastructure Conference - Programme

The agenda of the event will be updated periodically

Moderator: Gabriel Popa, - Prodecan - Facultatea de Transporturi - UPB

(monitoring and automation of rail transports, ETCS, ERTMS, increasing the competitiveness of rail transport, computerized management of goods orders that can increase the transport capacities of lines and expedite operations)

Vasile Iacob, Director Cercetare – Inovare – TPF Inginerie
Mihai Barbu, Director General – Telecomunicaţii CFR Horațiu Vermeșan, Universitatea Tehnica din Cluj-Napoca
Andreas Iwainsky, Bid Coordinator – Knorr-Bremse
Valentin-Vasile Ungureanu, – Facultatea de Construcții – Universitatea Transilvania
din Brașov Ioan Buciuman, Consultant – Club Feroviar

Moderator: Gabriel Stanciu, General Manager - Alstom Romania, Bulgaria & Republica Moldova / Vicepresident - AIF

(trains around large urban agglomerations; rail connections to airports; subway projects developed by local authorities; modernization of the tram transport infrastructure; the relationship between the quality of the infrastructure and that of the rolling stock used; train vs. plane for short distances; measures to promote the benefit of rail, urban and peri-urban transport; investment projects for urban development)

Gabriel Mocanu, Director Infrastructură – Metrorex
Marian Geman, Director General – RATBV SA
Christian Macedonschi, Preşedinte – Smart City Braşov
Iosif Szentes, Director Direcția Transport Feroviar – Asociația de Dezvoltare Intercomunitară pentru Transport Public București – Ilfov
Marius Andrei, Şef Departament Tehnic – STB SA
Cătălin Frangulea, Director General – Asociaţia Metropolitană pentru Dezvoltare Durabilă a Transportului Public Braşov

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