Stefano de Luca

University of Salerno

Stefano de Luca is a Full Professor of Transportation Planning and Transportation Systems Theory, at the University of Salerno, Italy, where he is also the director of the Transportation Systems Analysis Laboratory and rector’s delegate to Transport and Mobility. His research includes transportation planning techniques, choice modelling, signal settings design, traffic assignment models and algorithms, and freight/passenger terminal simulation and optimization. He serves on the editorial advisory board for the Journal of Advanced Transportation and Sustainability. He has authored more than 100 book chapters and journal articles, and is a consultant for the Italian Ministry of Transportation, the Transport Commission of Campania Region, and the Salerno and Avellino Transportation Departments. He is a member of IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Society, the Italian Association of Transport Academicians, and the Italian Transport Policy Society.

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Railway engineering is facing different and complex challenges due to the growing demand for travel, new technologies, and new mobility paradigms. All these issues require a clear understanding of the existing technologies, and it is crucial to identify the real opportunities that the current technological revolution may pose. As railway transportation planning processes change and pursue a multi-objective vision, diagnostic and maintenance issues are becoming even more crucial for overall system performances and alternative fuel solutions.

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