Giulia Dell’Asin

  • The making of digital interchanges: the example of Zurich main station
  • New services for users and customers
Giulia Dell’Asin is a transportation engineer working with the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB CFF FFS) since 2011. She holds a M.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the Technical University of Turin (2008) and a Ph.D. in Transportation Engineering from the Technical University of Madrid (2014). At SBB CFF FFS she first worked as Project Manager for civil engineering projects (railway bridges and railway noise mitigation) and then as Specialist in Railway Timetable Planning. She is currently working as Specialist in Railway Station Accessibility with a focus on pedestrian flows and risk assessment at platforms. Her work focuses on the quality of service at transport interchanges, mobility surveys and pedestrian flows. In this field, she has contributed to EU-funded projects such as the COST Action 358 “Pedestrian Quality Needs” (2006) and HERMES Project “High Efficient and Reliable arrangeMEnts for CroSsmodal Transport” (2011). In 2014 she took part in the UIC SIAF International Programme and is now a member of UIC Station Managers’ Global Group (SMGG) and UIC Global Network of Railway Talents project.