Alberto Dianin

Alberto Dianin

Alberto Dianin

Ph.D. Student
Institute for Regional Development

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Main research interests

  • Cross-border public transport accessibility in rural areas
  • Implication of autonomous vehicles for the accessibility of rural areas
  • Cycling accessibiliy for residents and tourists
  • Phyisical & Digital accessibility

Short CV

After my Master´s degree in Architecture and Arts at the University IUAV of Venice (2017), I worked as research fellow for IUAV in the field of transportation. Then I moved in Bolzano, where I have been working as researcher for EURAC since January 2018. Here I develop European and local projects, scientific reports and articles for international journals, and presentations for technical conferences. My research focuses on rural accessibility. Within this domain, I work especially on (1) the improvement of cross-border public transport, (2) the development of cycling solutions for a sustainable tourism mobility, and (3) the analysis of the implications of innovations as autonomous vehicles on accessibility. On this topic, I have been developing my PhD dissertation in transport and spatial planning at the Vienna University of Technology.

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Improved rail connections and smart mobility in Central Europe

Duration: May 2017 - May 2020Funding:
Central Europe 2014-2020 (EUTC / EU funding / Project)

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