International Congress on Advanced Railway Engineering

International Congress on Advanced Railway Engineering :Istanbul University’s Faculty of Engineering and the Iran University of Science & Technology’s School of Railway Engineering in partnership with Center of Excellence in Railway Transportation are hosting an annual conference.

Projects geared towards the railway industry are being developed at Istanbul University’s Faculty of Engineering in coordination with Turkish State Railways (TCDD). Our partners, Iran University of Science & Technology’s School of Railway Engineering and Center of Excellence in Railway Transportation of I.R.I,are regarded as the most established rail institutions in the Middle East. In recent years, large investments have been made in the railway industries of both the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Turkey, with railways becoming progressively more important for both countries. Railway projects require strong scientific foundations, the development of joint R&D projects and the sharing of technological knowledge. The railway industry’s need for the holding of an annual congress is therefore clear. The congress aims both to increase the quality of science and promote industrywide technological developments. The event will provide a platform for the industry to better introduce itself in order to participate in related investments and projects in the Middle East.

We are therefore pleased to invite you to participate in the first International Congress on Advanced Railway Engineering, hosted by Istanbul University. The event is scheduled to be held March 2-4, 2015.

Prof. Ä°lhan KOCAARSLAN
International Congress on Advanced Railway Engineering
Congress Chairman

Web : ic-are.org

International Congress on Advanced Railway Engineering

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