22nd International Convention of the Working Committee on Railway Technology (Infrastructure)

ÖVG - Austrian Society for traffic and transport science
Salzburg Congress Auerspergstraße 6 5020 Salzburg Austria
2019. szeptember 15-18.




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Program

2019. szeptember 15. (vasárnap) egész nap

 22nd International Convention of the Working Committee on Railway Technology (Infrastructure)

 

 

 

 Optimising the Wheel/Rail System
 Innovations – Outlook – Implementation

 

 

 

 Date:

16 to 18 September 2019

 

 Place:

Salzburg Congress
Auerspergstraße 6
5020 Salzburg
Austria

 

 

 

 

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PROGRAM

 

SUNDAY, 15 September 2019

16:00 

Registration and get-together
(Salzburg Congress, Auerspergstraße 6, 5020 Salzburg)

 
 

2019. szeptember 16. (hétfő) egész nap

MONDAY, 16 September 2019

08:30 

Registration

10:00 

Opening of the Convention
Dipl.-Ing. Franz BAUER, Chairman     

 

 

SESSION A: INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT AND DIGITALISATION

Chair: Dipl.-Ing. Helmut HAINITZ/ Ing. Mag. (FH) Andreas MATTHÄ

 

10:15

Keynotes/tbd
Andreas MATTHÄ, CEO ÖBB-Holding AG

10:45 

International Infrastructure Financing
Martha LAWRENCE, Senior Railway Specialist, World Bank, USA  

11:15

System Engineering
Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Bernhard KNOLL, UEEIV, Austria

11:45 

Certified Asset Management at ÖBB
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Christian HOLZER, ÖBB, Austria

12:00

Life Cycle Management Across Disciplines at ÖBB-Infrastruktur
Dipl.-Ing. Georg NEUPER, ÖBB, Austria  

 

 

12:30

Lunch Break

 

 

13:30 

Discussion: Effect of Digitalisation on Infrastructure Management
Dipl.-Ing. Franz BAUER, ÖBB, Austria
Dipl.-Ing. Frank SENNHENN, DB Netz AG, Germany
Jacques BOSCHUNG, SBB, Switzerland, tbc

 

 

SESSION B: TRACK TECHNOLOGY – ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS 

Chair: Prof. Dr. Peter VEIT, Graz University of Technology, Austria

 

 

14:15

Improving Durability of Ballast Track on Korea HS Lines
Dr. Seung Yup JANG, National University of Transportation, Korea

14:45

Impact Through Innovation – Processes, Products and Systems for a
Future-Oriented Rail System
Dr. Jochen HOLZFEIND, voestalpine Railway Systems, Austria

15:15 

Coffee Break

 

 

15:45

Rail Infrastructure Skills and Knowledge Transfer – an Obsolete Model?
Christian SCHLATTER and Peter GÜLDENAPFEL, Centre of Excellence for Tracks, Switzerland

16:15

Plastic Sleepers
Rodolphe POTVIN, SNCF, France

16:45 

Rehabilitation of Track in Short Possessions on Japanese HS Lines
Yosuke MORIYAMA, West Japan Railway Company, Japan

17:15

Track Tamping and Design Lifting
Dipl.-Ing. Agnes SCHÖPP, ÖBB, Austria

19:00 

ÖVG Evening (Residenz zu Salzburg, Residenzplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg)  

2019. szeptember 17. (kedd) egész nap

TUESDAY, 17 September 2019 

 

 

SESSION C: PERMANENT WAY – DIAGNOSIS AND MAINTENANCE

Chair: Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Klaus RIESSBERGER 

 

08:30

Track Gauge
Dipl.-Ing. Hans Peter LANG, DB, Germany

09:00 

Track/Vehicle Interaction
Dipl.-Ing. Ingolf NERLICH, SBB, Switzerland

09:30

Rolling Contact Fatigue of Rails
Dipl.-Ing. Roman SCHMID, ÖBB, Austria

10:00

Permanent Way Programmes Based on Trend Analyses
Dipl.-Ing. Johannes NEUHOLD BSc., Graz University of Technology, Austria

 

 

10:30

Coffee Break

 

 

11:00 

Digitalisation in Track Construction & Maintenance
Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Florian AUER, Plasser & Theurer, Austria

11:30 

Digitalisation of Rail Infrastructure
Jan MYS, Infrabel, Belgium   

12:00  

Fibre Optics, a New Data Source for Rail Infrastructure
Dipl.-Ing. Ivan VIDOVIC BSc., Graz University of Technology, Austria  

12:30

Data-Based Description of the Condition of Switches
Dipl.-Ing. Michael FELLINGER BSc., Graz University of Technology, Austria  

 

 

13:00 

Lunch Break

 

 

SESSION D: URBAN TRANSPORT COMPANIES AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

Chair: Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Norbert OSTERMANN 

 

14:00

Rail Surface Maintenance in Urban Transport Companies
Dipl.-Ing. Johannes KEHRER BSc., Vienna University of Technology, Austria

14:30 

International Approval of On-Track Machines
Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Josef DOPPELBAUER, ERA, France

15:00

Requirements for Interoperability: Status Quo and Outlook
Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Michael WALTER, ÖBB, Austria

 

 

15:30 

Coffee Break

 

 

16:00

Dedicated Freight Corridors in India
Ajit Kumar MISHRA, Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Ltd., India

16:30 

Bi-Oceanic Project
Milton Claros, Public Works Minister, Bolivia
Michele MOLINARI, Molinari Rail, Switzerland  

17:00  

Track Management of a Heavy Haul Railroad in the USA
N.N., USA   

17:30

Introduction to the Excursion
Dipl.-Ing. Christoph KUTTELWASCHER, ÖBB, Austria

2019. szeptember 18. (szerda) egész nap

PROGRAM

 

SUNDAY, 15 September 2019

16:00 

Registration and get-together
(Salzburg Congress, Auerspergstraße 6, 5020 Salzburg)

 

 

MONDAY, 16 September 2019

08:30 

Registration

10:00 

Opening of the Convention
Dipl.-Ing. Franz BAUER, Chairman     

 

 

SESSION A: INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGEMENT AND DIGITALISATION

Chair: Dipl.-Ing. Helmut HAINITZ/ Ing. Mag. (FH) Andreas MATTHÄ

 

10:15

Keynotes/tbd
Andreas MATTHÄ, CEO ÖBB-Holding AG

10:45 

International Infrastructure Financing
Martha LAWRENCE, Senior Railway Specialist, World Bank, USA  

11:15

System Engineering
Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Bernhard KNOLL, UEEIV, Austria

11:45 

Certified Asset Management at ÖBB
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Christian HOLZER, ÖBB, Austria

12:00

Life Cycle Management Across Disciplines at ÖBB-Infrastruktur
Dipl.-Ing. Georg NEUPER, ÖBB, Austria  

 

 

12:30

Lunch Break

 

 

13:30 

Discussion: Effect of Digitalisation on Infrastructure Management
Dipl.-Ing. Franz BAUER, ÖBB, Austria
Dipl.-Ing. Frank SENNHENN, DB Netz AG, Germany
Jacques BOSCHUNG, SBB, Switzerland, tbc

 

 

SESSION B: TRACK TECHNOLOGY – ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS 

Chair: Prof. Dr. Peter VEIT, Graz University of Technology, Austria

 

 

14:15

Improving Durability of Ballast Track on Korea HS Lines
Dr. Seung Yup JANG, National University of Transportation, Korea

14:45

Impact Through Innovation – Processes, Products and Systems for a
Future-Oriented Rail System
Dr. Jochen HOLZFEIND, voestalpine Railway Systems, Austria

 

 

15:15 

Coffee Break

 

 

15:45

Rail Infrastructure Skills and Knowledge Transfer – an Obsolete Model?
Christian SCHLATTER and Peter GÜLDENAPFEL, Centre of Excellence for Tracks, Switzerland

16:15

Plastic Sleepers
Rodolphe POTVIN, SNCF, France

16:45 

Rehabilitation of Track in Short Possessions on Japanese HS Lines
Yosuke MORIYAMA, West Japan Railway Company, Japan

17:15

Track Tamping and Design Lifting
Dipl.-Ing. Agnes SCHÖPP, ÖBB, Austria

 

 

19:00 

ÖVG Evening (Residenz zu Salzburg, Residenzplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg)  

 

 

 

 

TUESDAY, 17 September 2019 

 

 

SESSION C: PERMANENT WAY – DIAGNOSIS AND MAINTENANCE

Chair: Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Klaus RIESSBERGER 

 

08:30

Track Gauge
Dipl.-Ing. Hans Peter LANG, DB, Germany

09:00 

Track/Vehicle Interaction
Dipl.-Ing. Ingolf NERLICH, SBB, Switzerland

09:30

Rolling Contact Fatigue of Rails
Dipl.-Ing. Roman SCHMID, ÖBB, Austria

10:00

Permanent Way Programmes Based on Trend Analyses
Dipl.-Ing. Johannes NEUHOLD BSc., Graz University of Technology, Austria

 

 

10:30

Coffee Break

 

 

11:00 

Digitalisation in Track Construction & Maintenance
Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Florian AUER, Plasser & Theurer, Austria

11:30 

Digitalisation of Rail Infrastructure
Jan MYS, Infrabel, Belgium   

12:00  

Fibre Optics, a New Data Source for Rail Infrastructure
Dipl.-Ing. Ivan VIDOVIC BSc., Graz University of Technology, Austria  

12:30

Data-Based Description of the Condition of Switches
Dipl.-Ing. Michael FELLINGER BSc., Graz University of Technology, Austria  

 

 

13:00 

Lunch Break

 

 

SESSION D: URBAN TRANSPORT COMPANIES AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES

Chair: Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Norbert OSTERMANN 

 

14:00

Rail Surface Maintenance in Urban Transport Companies
Dipl.-Ing. Johannes KEHRER BSc., Vienna University of Technology, Austria

14:30 

International Approval of On-Track Machines
Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Josef DOPPELBAUER, ERA, France

15:00

Requirements for Interoperability: Status Quo and Outlook
Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Michael WALTER, ÖBB, Austria

 

 

15:30 

Coffee Break

 

 

16:00

Dedicated Freight Corridors in India
Ajit Kumar MISHRA, Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Ltd., India

16:30 

Bi-Oceanic Project
Milton Claros, Public Works Minister, Bolivia
Michele MOLINARI, Molinari Rail, Switzerland  

17:00  

Track Management of a Heavy Haul Railroad in the USA
N.N., USA   

17:30

Introduction to the Excursion
Dipl.-Ing. Christoph KUTTELWASCHER, ÖBB, Austria

 

 

WEDNESDAY, 18 September 2019

 

 

9:00 - 12:00

Demonstration of Digital Track Maintenance
Salzburg Railway Station

 

 

REGISTRATION FEE

Regular 

€ 700,- (+ 20% VAT)

Early Bird (Registration by 31 May 2019)

€ 600,- (+ 20% VAT)

ÖVG member

€ 500,- (+ 20% VAT)

 

REGISTRATION
Please register via our Online-Formular or send us an e-mail: office@oevg.at.
Closing date for registration: 2 September 2019

INFORMATION
Simultaneous interpretation

German, English, Chinese, Russian

Cancellation
If you cancel your registration up to two weeks before the convention, we will refund the registration
fee, deducting an administrative charge of € 20.

Documentation
Please note that photos will be taken during the event. The photos will be published to represent our activities on our website, social media channels and print media of the ÖVG. 

 

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Contact details: Phone +43 1 5879727, E-Mail office@oevg.at, Web www.oevg.at

  

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