Alumnus

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Dr.-Ing. Arturo Crespo

Member of the Research Training Group CRITIS from 10/2016 to 09/2019

Working area(s)

Team - Railway Operation (EBW), Contact person for Traffic and Transport I

Contact

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Otto-Berndt-Straße 2
64827 Darmstadt

Jump to: 2018
Number of items: 4.

2018

Crespo, Arturo and Dombois, Marcus and Henning, Jan (2018):
Preparedness & Prevention.
In: Key Concepts for Critical Infrastructure Research, pp. 39-44, Springer VS, Wiesbaden, ISBN 978-3-658-22919-1, 978-3-658-22920-7,
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-22920-7₅,
[Book Section]

Engels, Jens Ivo and Lukitsch, Kristof and Müller, Marcel and Stahlhut, Chris and Eifert, Stephanie and Knauf, Alice and Thiessen, Nadja and Elsner, Ivonne and Huck, Andreas and Marathe, Manas and Crespo, Arturo and Dombois, Marcus and Henning, Jan (2018):
Relations between the Concepts.
In: Key Concepts for Critical Infrastructure Research, pp. 45-52, Springer VS, Wiesbaden, ISBN 978-3-658-22919-1 978-3-658-22920-7,
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-658-22920-7₆,
[Book Section]

Crespo, Arturo and Oetting, Andreas (2018):
Model for Estimating the Residual Transport Capacity During Passenger Deviation.
In: Tagungsband der 26. Verkehrswissenschaftliche Tage der TU Dresden, 26, 26. Verkehrswissen­schaftliche Tage 2018: "Grenzenlos(er) Verkehr?!", Dresden, 14.03.-15.03.2018, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Crespo, Arturo and Oetting, Andreas (2018):
Public transport capacity limitations. Means for a prompt Occupancy Rate (O.R.) evaluation.
70, In: Internationales Verkehrswesen, (3), pp. 84-87. DVV Media Group, ISSN 0020-9511,
[Article]

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Affiliation

Dept. 13: Civil and Environmental Engeneering
Institute of Transport, Research Group Railway Systems and Technology

Research interests

  • Urbane Resilienz
  • Kritische Infrastruktur
  • Preparedness & Prevention
  • Eisenbahnbetriebswissenschaften
  • Störfallprogramme im Bahnbetrieb & Öffentliche Personen Verkehrsmittel

PhD project

Dynamic, Intermodal Disruption Programs for Commuter Rail Lines – “S-Bahn”

The operational quality of railway systems during a disruption can be achieved through the implementation of pre-structured or predefined programs. The implementation of these predetermined action plans, namely “Disruption Programs” (DRPs), establish previously tested measures for handling diverse situations in an attempt to manage and overcome the hindered capacity of the network’s disrupted segments. This research focuses on increasing the overall preparedness of regional railway networks through the development of two logical models to be embedded within their DRP's operational and passenger transport related frameworks. Initially, it puts forward an algorithm that assesses the actual operating conditions (i.e. residual capacity) of existing public transport means, as a result, enabling a sound intermodal exchange of passengers during a disruption. Then, it proposes a second algorithm that would secure a dynamic operational management of specific rail based vehicles in the interlude between the moment a network disruption takes place and the specific disruption program reaches a stable operation (during the “chaotic phase”).

10/2014 – 10/2016 Joint M.Sc.; – International Cooperation and Urban Development, TU Darmstadt, Germany; – Sustainable Emergency Architecture, UIC, Spain; (MSc. Mundus Urbano)
08/2008 – 06/2013 B.Sc. Civil Engineering, Universidad Católica Boliviana (UCB) “San Pablo” – La Paz Bolivia
2014 – 2016 Category A, Erasmus Mundus, European Union Scholarship Program