Andrea Giuricin | Prof.
University Milan Bicocca

Andrea Giuricin, Prof., University Milan Bicocca

Adj.Prof. Dr. Andrea Giuricin is CEO of TRA consulting, a strategic consultancy company based in Barcelona and Milan with international customers from Europe, Middle East, Asia, America working with the top management (CEO and President) in the strategic and operational decisions. He created the “studies office” for the CEO of Italo-NTV, the first private high speed rail company in open access competition and he worked in the first HSR markets open to the competition (Italy, South Korea, Spain and France) as strategic and operational consultant for the CEOs and top managers of the Railway companies in many countries. He is working with several other project in the rail industry, including rail freight operators and infrastructure managers. He is senior transport consultant for the World Bank, reforming transport sector in Asia, Middle East and Africa and for the United Nations. In the last years he was speaker at International Transport Forum of OECD. He is teaching Transport Economics at University Milano Bicocca in Italy. In the same University he is responsible for the development of transport studies at CESISP – Unimib and he is adj. Prof. at University of Southern California, United States. He is also former visiting professor at China Academy of Railway Sciences. He is also professor at UIC (International Association of Railways) and College of Europe. Dr. Andrea Giuricin cooperates and works with several Transport Authorities (CNMC in Spain, ART in Italy, CMA in UK, LATRA Tanzania, SPAD in Malaysia, RSR in South Africa), with the European Commission and European Railway Agency.


Asia Pacific Rail 2024 : DAY 1 @ 12:10

Panel: Future trends in predictive maintenance


Asia Pacific Rail 2024 : DAY 2 @ 11:20

From Duomo to cutting edge: How Milan & Copenhagen conquered driverless metros with ATM

จากดูโอโมสู่ความล้ำหน้า: เคล็ดลับความสำเร็จของระบบรถไฟฟ้าไร้คนขับในมิลานและโคเปนเฮเกนด้วยเทคโนโลยี ATM

last published: 24/May/24 19:45 GMT

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