Dr. Francesco Corman has been appointed as Tenure Track Assistant Professor
Dr Francesco Corman (*1982), currently a Senior Scientist in the private sector, has been appointed as Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Transport Systems. Francesco Corman is an internationally renowned specialist in the field of transport and railways
His doctoral thesis was on the real-time optimisation of timetables. At ETH Zurich he will address the future development of transport systems in the coming age of autonomous vehicles. By appointing Francesco Corman, the Federal Institute and so D-BAUG is gaining a highly experienced transport researcher with a talent for invention in engineering. Thanks to his expertise, he is set to create and exploit synergies in information technology, mathematics and robotics.
Francesco Corman is the successor of Prof. Ueli Weidmann, who has assumed the position of Vice President Human Resources and Infrastructure (VPPR) within ETH Zurich’s Executive Board.
D-BAUG welcomes Francesco Corman and wishes him every success!