Dr. Karl Ernst Ambrosch was acting as the ERA Chair Holder for Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) at the University of Žilina, Slovak Republic, until 30 September 2017. Dr. Ambrosch worked for several universities as well as in industry and SMEs. During the last decades his main interest was to convert knowledge into commercially used systems and products. He was leading the largest non-university research company for energy and mobility in Austria, arsenal research, from 2008 to 2012. Since 2001 Dr. Ambrosch has been working in international standardisation of Intelligent Transport Systems and since 2011 he has been the convenor of the Austrian standardisation committee for ITS, mirroring CEN TC278 and ISO TC204. ambrosch
Dr. Dietrich Leihs worked for ERAdiate from September 2015 to January 2017. Dr. Leihs is an expert in Intelligent Transportation Systems who played several roles in industrial technology, academia, education & research as well as public administration and the institutional environment. His activities focus on Urban transport, the mitigation of air pollutants and greenhouse gases, creating and distributing traffic information. leihs
Dr. Anna Závodská joined ERAdiate from March to September 2017 to help with the business development activities. Anna contributed to the project by making connections with various stakeholders in the field of urban and interurban mobility. Her main responsibility was to establish fruitful collaborations with companies and invite them to participate in projects or events to be organised within the project. zavodska
Dr. Veronika Šramová joined the ERAdiate team from June to December 2017 to support business development activities. She is working in business incubation activities at the Center for Technology Transfer (Incubator) within the University Science Park of the University of Žilina. sramova
Pietro Faes Belgrado joined the ERAdiate team as Intern from September to November 2017, with the purpose to complete his MSc thesis “Electric Mobility in the Energy Framework: Evaluating the predictability of the future energy consumption”.