I have got an MEng in Geomatics (Wroclaw University of Technology), completed a PhD in travel behaviour (Newcastle University) and my professional interest lies in peoples travel choices and in transport/railway education, research and outreach. After 1-year Postdoctoral Fellowship at Mahidol University I have been appointed as Visiting Professor with a mission to contribute to rail education and research activities at the Cluster of Logistics and Rail Engineering (CLARE) at Mahidol University, Thailand. I am also promoting a world-wide Railway Talents' Ambassadors programme (www.railtalent.org) in Thailand and beyond and am actively involved in STEM outreach (school visits with 'Maths in transport' activities).
Job Title/Company HR Director Qualifications Architect – MBA Career Organization, Managerial Development, Training, Communication, Health and Safety, Industrial Relations, International Recruitment (…) Why did you choose to work for the rail industry? Renewable energies have gained dramatic importance and the rail sector is the most environmentally friendly mean of transport. What inspired you at the
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Job Title/Company Head of protective security, Eastern Region, Trafikverket Qualifications Social science, economy Career Responsible for economy at SJ staff, coordinator crisis management, international cooperation Why did you choose to work for the rail industry? Interesting area of development What inspired you at the time and what influenced your choice? Broad area of opportunities How