Corinna Salander – Wikipedia



Corinna Salander (1967) is a German physicist and engineer who has been serving as director of the German Middle for Rail Visitors Analysis (DZSF) since 2020.[1][2]

She studied physics from 1987 to 1993 at College of Kiel.[2] She won a PhD in electric engineering from Clausthal College of Era in 1999.[2] From 1999 to 2014, she held a couple of government positions at Deutsche Bahn, Eu Union Company for Railways and Bombardier.[2] She held a chair in rail car generation (German: Schienenfahrzeugtechnik) on the College of Stuttgart from 2014 to 2019.[3][4]

She is maried and a mom of 3 youngsters.[5]

Awards (variety)[edit]

On twenty ninth October 2021, she turned into an awardie of the Golden environmental rail (German: Goldene Umweltschiene).[6]

Works (variety)[edit]

  • Corinna Salander: “Das Europäische Bahnsystem: Akteure, Prozesse, Regelwerk”, 2019, Springer Vieweg,

    ISBN 9783658234959



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