To increase the focus on the railway education, the BaneBranchen awards the prize “Best Study Project” every year at this year’s RAILcph conference. The prize is awarded to the best study project that has been submitted in the past year. The prize comes with a travel grant of DKK 15.000.
The best study project is selected by an assessment committee consisting of members of BaneBranchen’s board.
Everyone got the opportunity to present at RailWeek… Here with links:
and shared 2nd places:
Jonna Kirstine Hansen NIRAS og Sarah Pihl Olsen, DTU-project
Fabrizio Moscatelli, DTU-project
Hussain Ramahi, DTU-project
Winner of Best Student Project Award 2019: Julia Veintimilla
Battery Powered Rolling Stock: A feasibility study of battery electric multiple units in Denmark.
Other 2019 applicants.
Intercity Norway, Caroline Ambæk Flach, Waldo Cardinali Junior, Ludovic Jan Thomas Blunat. Railway operations and management
Optimization of the Regional Train Structure in the Central Jutland Region Rasmus Schjærff Kjøller, Frederik Wrona Holgersen
Operational optimization of the metro lines M1 & M2, Søren Stener Olsen
Alternatives for upgrading the Nykøbing Falster – Puttgarden railway line
Mads Skøtt Sørensen & Jakob Rahr Bork Jensen.
In cooperation with DSB “Combined Train Platform and Shunting Optimization”
Rie Jensen & Mai-Britt Rasmussen
Upgrade of Regional Railways
Martin Goodman & Morten Eltved
Linking the S-line and the Local line – Traffic and socio-economic analysis
Train Timetable Improvement Case Study: Fehmarn Land North – Ringsted-Storstrømmen
Tobias Lang Høiagaard
A new alignment for the Jægersborg-Nærum railway line to Lyngby – A TramTrain solution
Lars Wittrup Jensen
Upgrading of the railway between Odense and Aarhus
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