International projects source: SICRIS
Road infrastructure, Rail infrastructure,Port and infrastructure,Airport infrastructure, Multi-modal and infrastructure,Construction engineering, Municipal and structural engineering
Researchers (8)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  11897  PhD Karmen Fifer Bizjak  Civil engineering  Head  2015 - 2018  291 
2.  31669  Andraž Geršak  Geology  Researcher  2015 - 2018  148 
3.  24200  MSc Darko Kokot  Civil engineering  Researcher  2015 - 2018  141 
4.  02667  Bojan Leben  Civil engineering  Technical associate  2015 - 2018  94 
5.  21593  PhD Stanislav Lenart  Civil engineering  Researcher  2015 - 2018  227 
6.  39821  Barbara Likar  Civil engineering  Researcher  2015 - 2018  109 
7.  04137  PhD Borut Petkovšek  Civil engineering  Researcher  2015 - 2018  203 
8.  13700  MSc Mojca Ravnikar Turk  Civil engineering  Researcher  2015 - 2018  210 
Organisations (1)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  1502  Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute  Ljubljana  5866324000  10,479 
An efficient and high-quality transport infrastructure is a fundamental requirement for the connectivity of people and goods in Europe and basis for economic growth, competitiveness and territorial cohesion. In general, the transport network in Europe is of a high standard but is still fragmented regarding the geographical distribution and the transport modes.In recent years, first networking activities and exchange of strategic programmes among the stakeholders of the four transport modes – road, rail, water and air – can be noticed but still a mono-modal, mono-disciplinary culture exists. In the light of the future challenges, e.g. increasing transport demand, ageing infrastructure, scarcity of natural resources, changing climatic conditions, it is inevitable to strengthen the collaboration of the single transport modes in order to create an improved future integrated and functioning transport system for Europe, despite of limited financial resources of the owners of the transport network.The FOX project aims to develop a highly efficient and effective cross-modal R&D environment and culture which meets the demanding requirements of the transport and connectivity. Based on already existing programmes and agendas related to the aspects of co-modal transport research, the FOX project will identify common needs and innovative techniques in the areas of construction, maintenance, inspection, and recycling & reuse of transport infrastructure. This will be reached by the involvement of all stakeholders (owners, researchers, and industry) of the four transport modes in a phased approach: Starting with the determination of the state-of-the-art in research and practice, in the next step the most promising practices and ideas will be identified. By mapping the common needs, the final aim is to establish a cross-modal Working Group to develop a roadmap for the whole transport sector and set the agenda for further improvement of cross-modal research development innovation.
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