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ASECAP Days 2018

Speakers

Ghislaine Baillemont

Director of Innovation, Construction and Development, APRR GROUP

Ghislaine Baillemont is a Public Works engineer and a graduate of EM Lyon. She began her career in the COLAS Company as an Engineer in the Group's Technical Department and then Assistant to the Director of the research laboratory. Then she joined SANEF where she stayed for 9 years. She began her career as Head of Infrastructure and was the Assistant Director of Operations. In March 2003, she joined APRR as Regional Director of Burgundy and then Rhône and joined AREA in April 2011 for 5 years as Director of Operations. Since February 2016 Ghislaine Baillemont is Director of Innovation, Construction and Development within the APRR Group. She is passionate about architecture, sports and enjoys hiking. 

Schedule
Anticipating new mobility trends for an innovative-safe-green traffic management
Days: 
Friday 8 June 
10.50 – 12.30

Christophe Boutin

Executive Director, ASFA

Christophe Boutin is the Executive Director of ASFA. He is graduated as an engineer from Ecole Polytechnique and l’Ecole Nationale des Ponts-et-chaussées. He started his career as a consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. He joined the highway sector in 2004, first at Société des Autoroutes Paris Normandie (SAPN), as director of construction and sustainable development and then in charge of the concession contracts at Sanef. In 2011, he joined ASFA, the professional highway association in France, as deputy to the managing director. He participates in workgroups of several road associations : URF (Union Routière de France), UNSPIC (Union des Services Publics, Industriels et Commerciaux), E3PO (European PPP Operating Companies in Infrastructure and Services), IDRRIM (Institut des routes, des rue et des infrastructures de Mobilité) and PIARC (The World Road Association). He represents ASFA at ASECAP Board (European Association of Toll motorway and at the COPER I (financing and tolling committee).

Schedule
Multimodality and MaaS: What is the role of road concessionaires? 
Days:
Thursday 7 June 
14.30 – 16.00 

Bruno De La Fuente

Director of Construction, Concessions and Water Technologies , SEOPAN

Bruno de la Fuente is Bachelor of Business Science by the Universidad Complutense of Madrid and Master in Business Administration by the Instituto de Empresa.

1999 - 2010

ASETA (Spanish Association of Concessionaires Companies Highways, Tunnels, Bridges and Toll Road) - Management Assistant, leading the coordination of various committees of the Association as the Electronic Toll Collection Interoperability and Marketing.

2010 – 2014

ASETA - General Manager

He was involved in the definition, implementation and monitoring of the electronic toll collection Spanish ViaT system and he participated in different European projects of toll interoperability as CESARE, PISTA or RCI. 

2014 – Present

SEOPAN (Association of Infrastructure Contractors and Concessionaires) – Director of Construction, Concessions and Water Technologies

Is member of the ATC (Spanish Technical Road Association), AEC (Spanish Road Association) and ITS Spain’s Boards of Directors, member of the IBTTA (Global toll industry association) Technology Committee, Chairman of the Standing Committee of the ASECAP COPER I and participates in standardization committees 159-199 of AENOR (Spanish Standardization Body). He is member of the AEC’s magazine editorial board and of the Committees SIGA and TRAFFIC in IFEMA (Trade Fair Institution of Madrid).

He is also member of the Spanish Entrepreneur Organization (CEOE) General Assembly. Within this organization he is member of the Infrastructure and Urban Development Commission, Transport and Logistics Council and Reform and Rehabilitation Committee.

Schedule
Moderator of the Policy session: "EETS – Eurovignette: EU infrastructure financing tools" 
Days:
Thursday 7 June 
12.00 – 13.15 

Kallistratos Dionelis

Secretary-General, ASECAP

Up to 1999 K. Dionelis served the Foreign Affairs Ministry of Greece as a diplomat. The periods 1983-1990 and 1993-1999 he served in Brussels in the Greek Delegation in the EU, as first Counsellor of the Embassy, responsible for Transport, Energy and Environment. Since 1999 he is General Secretary of ASECAP, the European Association of tolled road infrastructures operators gathering 22 national members and managing more than 50.000 km. of road networks.

Mr Dionelis holds Masters Degrees of:
- Mechanical engineer N.U.A. (National University of Athens);
- Electrical engineer N.U.A.;
- Transport engineer;
- Economist (Economic University of Greece) – Master’s in Art of economics, specialization in transport economics.

Schedule
Master of Ceremony - Welcoming and Opening remarks
Days:
Thursday 7 June

08.45 – 09.30 

EETS - Eurovignette: EU infrastructure financing tools 
Days:
Thursday 7 June
12.00 – 13.15

Developing transport synergies in Europe, America and the other continents by coordinating political, economic and technical tools 
Days: 
Friday 8 June
13.30 – 14.40

 

Joaquim Falcão de Lima

Strategic Marketing Manager, BRISA

Joaquim is MSc Economy and MBA with marketing specialization from Lisbon Catholica University. He is also post-graduate in management of ICT (Information & Communication Technologies).

Nowadays he is strategic marketing manager under Brisa’s marketing and corporate relations department.

In is recent career path, Joaquim was marketing & business development director at Portugal Telecom’s BPO (Business Process Outsourcing) and Contact Center business units.

Digital transformation, CRM and customer interaction, customer service digital platforms, product development, new mobility services, shared economy, customer database and advanced data analytics, data protection, etc. are Joaquim's desktop main topics.

Schedule
Anticipating new mobility trends for an innovative-safe-green traffic management

Days:
Friday 8 June
10.50 – 12.30 

Karel Feix

Managing Director, KASPCH TrafficCom

* Born in Prague in 1951
* 1971 – Graduated from Secondary School of Telecommunications
* 1976 – Graduated from Czech Technical University, Faculty of Electrical Engineering; obtained the title "ing." (MS)
* Following graduation, worked in Czech Telecom where he took part in designing and implementing digital communication systems
* During 1980s, worked for Ericsson in Finland and Sweden
* At the end of 1980s and beginning of 1990s, participated in a digitalization project for Czech Telecom
* 1991 – Appointed Managing Director of the Austrian holding Kapsch in the Czech Republic and Slovakia where he managed projects in the area of telecommunications and transportation telematics for roads and railways, such as the supply of GSM-R to the Czech Railways
* 2005 – Appointed the Managing Director of the holding's new company Kapsch Telematic Services CZ, which guarantees the supply and operation of the electronic toll system in the Czech Republic
* Fluent in English, German, and Russian
* Married with two adult children
* Hobbies include tennis, skiing, and biking

Schedule
Latest develoopments in innovative ITS activities 
Days:
Friday 8 June
08.30 – 10.20

Fanis Papadimitriou

Traffic & Maintenance Manager, Attikes Diadromes S.A., HELLASTRON

Fanis is a Civil / Transport Engineer with degrees from University of Thessaloniki and Imperial College, London. In the past Fanis worked as a consultant in various transport studies, as well as for the Organising Committee of the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, on the development of the Transportation Plan for the Games. During the past 15 years Fanis works for Attikes Diadromes, the Operator of the Attica Tollway in Athens. He is the Traffic and Maintenance Manager, currently supervising 200 employees with tasks such as patrolling, incident detection and management, preventive & corrective maintenance and inspections of infrastructure & equipment. With respect to the ASECAP activities, Fanis is the country representative for COPER IV, gathering and analysing all the transport data & statistics of the 8 projects that formulate HELLASTRON, the Greek association of tolled motorways. 

Schedule
Moderator of the technical session 1: "Latest developments in innovative ITS activities"
Days:
Friday 8 June 
08.30 – 10.20 

Guy Frémont

Head of Prospective and Transverse Projects Department in the Technology and Systems Division, Sanef

Guy Frémont works as Head of Prospective and Transverse Projects Department in the Technology and Systems Division of Sanef. He is responsible for coordinating the design of future electronic tolling systems, of traffic management and travellers’ information systems, and for managing the research and development activities as well as coordination the deployment and improvement of technical systems on Sanef motorway network. He has been responsible for the coordination and reporting of a number of European collaborative projects. He holds a Master (Dipl-Ing) in electrical engineering from Ecole Supérieure d’Electricité (SUPELEC) of Paris, and has over 25 years of expertise in industrial research and development activities.

Schedule
Latest develoopments in innovative ITS activities 
Days: 
Friday 8 June
08.30 – 10.20

Paolo Guarnieri

Bid and Marketing management, Autostrade Tech S.p.A

Paolo Guarnieri is a senior professional with a 20-year-old broad experience in various markets and solutions of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) with strong focus on Electronic Toll Collection, worldwide.

Graduated in 1996 in Control Engineering, he has been working within Autostrade per l’ Italia Group in several business units: R&D, Manufacturing, Product Management and Business Development.

His skills range from technical to commercial, from pricing to legal/contractual, from project planning to business processing, from sales to marketing with strong skills of business processes and services provision behind a system solution.

Bid and business development management are his current responsibilities in Autostrade Tech S.p.A.

Schedule
Latest develoopments in innovative ITS activities 
Days:
Friday 8 June
08.30 – 10.20

Bill Halkias

Managing Director/CEO, Attikes Diadromes SA, ASECAP President

Bill M. Halkias, PE, is the Managing Director/CEO of Attikes Diadromes SA, the Operating Agency of Attica Tollway (Attiki Odos), in Athens, Greece since 1998. He has 35 years of professional experience in Greece and USA with specialization in transportation engineering. He is an Engineering graduate of the National Technical University of Athens (NTUA - 1981) with a Master’s Degree from the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT, USA - 1984).

Mr. Halkias is currently the President of the HELLENIC ASSOCIATION of TOLL ROAD NETWORK (“HELLASTRON)”, established with the participation of all toll road infrastructures operating in Greece, comprising of about 2.500 kms and part of the Trans European Network (TEN). In addition, he is the 2018 -2019 President of the Association of Operators of Toll Road Infrastructures (ASECAP) and a former President of the Hellenic Institute of Transportation Engineers (2010-2012).

Furthermore, he is a registered member of the Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE) and a Licensed Professional Engineer (PE) in eight US states, a Fellow Member of both the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), while he has also served as Member of the Freeway Operations Committee of the Transportation Research Board (TRB).  He is a member of the Board of Directors of the International Bridge Tunnel Turnpike Association (IBTTA) and a member of many Transport and PPP Organizations and Committees in Greece and worldwide.

Schedule
Moderator of the political session: "Transport connectivity for Regional and European integration and growth: finaning and investment risks - opportunities in a fast-changing road transport reality
Days:
Thursday 7 June
09.30 – 11.30

Developing transport synergies in Europe, America and the other continents by coordinating political, economic and technical tools
Days: 
Friday 8 June
13.30 – 14.40

Closing and Invitation to the 2019 ASECAP Study Days
Days: 
Friday 8 June
14.40 – 15.00

Marko Jandrisits

Program Manager for Cooperative Systems and Services, ASFINAG

Mr. Marko Jandrisits is leading the ASECAP Permanent Committee on ITS and Innovation is employed by ASFINAG the Austrian Operators of the High Level Road Network as Program Manager for Cooperative Systems and Services. He is Co-Chair of the Amsterdam Group and delegate to several national and international ITS related bodies like the C-ITS Deployment Platform, ETSI, CEN and CEPT.

Mr. Jandrisits graduated from the University of Applied Sciences Wr. Neutstadt for Interdisciplinary Management as “Diplom-Ingenieur (FH)”. Since 2000 he worked as Project Manager in the field of Transport and Traffic Telematics and was responsible for the development and implementation of numerous projects in transports, logistics and information technologies for ESA, EC and on national level. He was member of the board of the Austrian Institute of Navigation and delegate to the European Maritime Radionavigation Forum.

Schedule
Moderator of the Policy session:  “Multimodality and MaaS: What is the role of road concessionnaires?
Days:
Thursday 7 June
14.30 – 16.00

Patrick Jones

Executive Director, International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA)

Patrick Jones is Executive Director & CEO of the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association. Since assuming this position in 2002, Pat has built IBTTA into the principal advocate for toll-financed transportation and the leader in producing high quality educational experiences for toll industry professionals. Under his leadership, IBTTA launched the IBTTA Leadership Academy and introduced many new programs including global tolling summits in Europe, South America, Australia, South Africa, and Mexico. IBTTA has also developed a highly successful industry public awareness campaign. Before joining IBTTA, Pat held senior positions at the American Trucking Associations, the American Public Transportation Association, and the Health Insurance Association of America. Pat holds a BA in political science from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. and an MBA from Marymount University in Arlington, Virginia. 

Schedule
Developing transport synergies in Europe, America and the other continents by coordinating political, economic and technical tools
Days:
Friday 8 June
13.30 – 14.40

Jorge Lopes

Director Responsible for the Road Technologies and Information Management Services, BRISA

Dr. Jorge Lopes is graduated in computer science engineering and holds a PhD Degree in Transportation Systems from the Technical University of Lisbon and the MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is invited professor in the Department of Civil Engineering of the Technical University of Lisbon and has been involved in several studies of transportation systems and complex systems design and development.

He joined Brisa in 2001 as responsible for the development of ITS solutions and the traffic control center’ systems design and development.

Currently he is the director responsible for the road technologies and information management services.

Jorge is the chairman of CP3 – the permanent committee on ITS of APCAP – the Portuguese association.

Schedule
Anticipating new mobility trends for an innovative-safe-green traffic management 
Days:
Friday 8 June 
10.50 – 12.30

Julián Núñez

ASECAP President and President of SEOPAN

At the present time he is President of SEOPAN. SEOPAN is the Association of Infrastructure Contractors and Concessionaires. The annual turnover of its member companies reaches almost 80 billion € with 470.000 employees Is also President of the CEOE’s Commission of Concessions and Services, Vice president of CEOE’s Commission of International Relations, Board and Executive Committee member of CEOE (Spanish Employers Confederation), Vice president of CNC (National Construction Confederation), Board member of the Construction Labor Foundation (FLC), Board member of Spanish Road Association (AEC), ASECAP Permanent Representative and IBTTA Board of Directors member. Among other responsibilities, he has been working for 10 years in Vias y Construcciones (ACS Group), 5 among them as director of the company in Portugal.

Schedule
Opening and Welcoming remarks
Days: 
Thursday 7 June
08.45 – 09.30

Closing and Invitation to the 2019 ASECAP Study Days
Days: 
Friday 8 June
15.30 – 15.35

Pedro Pinto

IT department Director and Tolls department Director, ASCENDI

Pedro Pinto is the responsible for the IT department (Director) and for the Tolls department (Director) at Ascendi, a Portuguese company that operates in the road infrastructure sector as a concessionaire, operation and maintenance and toll collection services. Pedro Pinto has the responsibility for all Ascendi’s Portuguese Road Concessions (7) IT infrastructure including ITS and Tolling Systems, from the design to installation and operation. He is also responsible for the organisation and operation of Ascendi’s Toll Collection Services, comprising the management of shadow tolls, traditional and all electronic tolls schemas. Pedro Pinto has more than 15 years of experience in the road infrastructure sector and his previous professional experience was as IT Manager and Controller.


Pedro Pinto has a degree in Management and Administration and a Post-Degree in Information Management all from the Portuguese Catholic University. Pedro Pinto is a permanent specialist member of two technical committees from the Association of Portuguese Concession Companies of Toll Motorways or Bridges (ITS and Tolls) and is the General Assembly Secretary at Portuguese ITS Association. Pedro Pinto was the operational responsible of Ascendi’s Multi-Lane Free-Flow project leading the company to the implementation of the first all-electronic tolling concessions in Portugal, achieving several national and international recognitions (a Gold award from SAP and two CIO awards from IDC) for Ascendi. Nowadays, Ascendi is the biggest European Private Operator of MLFF Systems collecting all traffic.

Schedule
Latest develoopments in innovative ITS activities 
Days:
Friday 8 June
08.30 – 10.20

Hubert Resch

Managing Director, ASFINAG European Toll Service GmbH

Hubert Resch is managing director of ASFINAG European Toll Service GmbH, subsidiary of ASFINAG, Austria's motorway operator. In addition, he is secretary to the European Initiative EETS Facilitation Platform since 2015.

Hubert was born in Austria in 1969. He graduated from the University of Vienna (Law) in 1995 and was granted the Doctor in Law in 2002. He was assistant professor at the Department of Public Law at the University of Business Administration in Vienna. Hubert worked as an associate at Freshfields, he was admitted to the Austrian Bar in 2006. In 2008 he became Head of the Legal Department of ASFINAG, since 2009 he is managing director at ASFINAG.

Schedule
Policy session: '"ETS - Eurovignette: EU Infrastructure financing tools"
Days:
Thursday 7 June
12.00 – 13.15

Klaus Schierhackl

Executive Director, ASFINAG - International IBTTA Vice President

(born 11 February 1968)

Having graduated from the College for Technical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Department in Mödling, Klaus Schierhackl studied business management at the Vienna University of Economics and Business from 1987 to 1992.

From 1991 to 1995 he worked as an assistant at the Institute for Transport Industry while simultaneously completing his doctorate degree.

From 1995 to 1997, Schierhackl worked in Organisational Development at MAN in Munich, then moved to a logistics-related corporate consultancy, before being appointed head of the Toll Department at ASFINAG in 1997. Since that time Schierhackl maintains close contact with ASECAP, with European Institutions and many other stakeholders in the traffic and transport environment.

From 2005 to 2007 Klaus Schierhackl was managing director of ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH and in October 2007 Schierhackl was appointed board member of ASFINAG. He is primarily responsible for the tasks of financing, accounting & controlling, human resources, legal services, tolling and international business.

Klaus Schierhackl was president of ASECAP between 2011 and 2013. Since 2011 he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the globally acting International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association (IBTTA) and is currently serving as the association’s International Vice President. Moreover, he has been a member of the European Road Transport Telematics Implementation Organisation’s (ERTICO) Supervisory Board since June 2015.

Schedule
Developing transport synergies in Europe, America and the other continents by coordinating political, economic and technical tools
Days:
Friday 8 June
13.30 – 14.40

Malika Seddi

Director of International Affairs and Customer Services, ASFA

Malika SEDDI, Director of International Affairs and Customer Services in ASFA (Association of Toll motorway operators in France). Within ASFA, she is in charge of ASFA Customer committee which groups together the marketing directors of all French toll companies to share knowledge, experience and conduct joint studies. She also has the responsabiity to  maintain contacts and relations with the European Institutions and international organisations. Engaged in the toll industry for 30 years, Ms SEDDI is deeply involved in the ASECAP (Association for toll operators in Europe), IBTTA (Worldwide association for toll road operators), ERTICO (ITS Europe), and PIARC representing ASFA members’ interests. She is the Chair of permanent committee of ASECAP dealing with road safety and sustainable development. She is member of the PIARC committee (Road safety), and member of the board of France’s PIARC branch. She is Member of the European program committee, and road sector platform of ERTICO. She is the Communication team leader of the Arc Atlantique, project for the development of harmonised ITS services, involving
7 European countries (Belgium, Ireland, France, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, UK), co-funded by the European Commission. She served in the IBTTA Board of Directors.

Schedule
Moderator of the Policy session : "European actions and plans towards Road Safety - EC priorities presented in the 3rd mobility package"
Days
Thursday 7 June 
16.30 – 18.00


Emanuela Stocchi

Director of International Affairs, AISCAT / IBTTA Immediate Past President

Emanuela Stocchi is an expert in EU legislation and policies and she is the Director of International Affairs for AISCAT (Associazione Italiana Società Concessionarie Autostrade e Trafori), the Italian Association of Toll Highways Concessionaires Companies. In this role she ensures the Association’s contacts with the EU Institutions and other European and International organizations active in the transportation field. Emanuela has an outstanding International background: she holds a degree in Political Science with a specialization in EU law and policies and she has worked in Brussels for eight years with ASECAP, the European Association of Toll Highways Concessionaires Companies, gaining a solid and comprehensive knowledge of all the EU Institutional and public affairs and expanding at the same time her EU and International network in the transportation area. Emanuela is Vice Chair of the ASECAP Permanent Committee of Road Safety, Environment and Sustainability and is also Chair of the PIARC (World Road Association) Task Force on Innovative Financing. Emanuela served IBTTA and its members through work on several committees before being appointed to the Board of Directors in 2011. Emanuela served a two-year term as International Vice President, before a three year term as Second and then First Vice President followed by President in 2017. She is now serving as the Association's Immediate Past President.

Schedule

Moderator of the technical session 3: "Developing transport synergies in Europe, America and the other continents by coordinating political, economic and technical tools"
Days:
Friday 8 June
13.30 – 14.40

Antonis Giannopoulos

IT Infrastructure Manager at Nea Odos / Kentriki Odos

Studies:

-          Computer Science, University of Kent / UK

-          International and Political Sciences, Panteion University / Greece

Notable employment:

-          2016 – today:    Nea Odos / Kentriki Odos

IT Infrastructure Manager

-          2006 – 2016:       SingularLogic SA

IT Manager

-          2001 – 2006:       Technical Olympic SA

IT Systems Development & Support Manager

-          1994 – 1997:       Compuform SA

Technical Dept. Supervisor

Languages: Greek, English, German, Italian

Schedule
Anticipating new mobility trends for an innovative-safe-green traffic management 
Days:
Friday 8 June
10.50 – 12.30 

Eva Tzoneva

Global Card Services Development Manager, Shell (Commercial Fleet Division)

Eva Tzoneva is the Global Card Services Development Manager at Shell (Commercial Fleet Division). Eva is Polish/Bulgarian and holds two Master degrees – in Transport Economics (from Bulgaria) and in Business Administration (from Tulane University’s A.B. Freeman School of Business). Her previous experience includes the implementation of all Shell Fuel Card Acceptance deals for the payment of electronic toll systems, introduced in Europe since 2004. Eva represented Shell in the CESARE III and IV projects and is currently the Chair of AETIS – the Association for Electronic Tolling and Interoperable Services.  

Schedule
Policy session: "EETS - Eurovignette: EU Infrastructure financing tools"
Days:
Thursday 7 June 
12.00 – 13.15

Antonio Avenoso

Executive Director, European Transport Safety Council

Antonio Avenoso is the Executive Director of the European Transport Safety Council where he has been working since 2001. Within ETSC Antonio has managed several international research networks and road safety programmes.

He has worked in the “Railway and Interoperability Unity” of the Directorate General for Energy and Transport of the European Commission.

He holds an academic degree cum laude in Political Science from the University of Pavia and an M.Phil. in European Studies from the University of Cambridge.

Schedule
European actions and plans towards Road Safety - EC priorities presented in the 3rd mobility package
Days
Thursday 7 June 
16.30 – 18.00

Xavier Daura

Innovation Manager, Abertis Autopistas (AAE)

Xavier Daura (male) is the head of the Innovation Unit of Abertis Autopistas España (AAE).  He is responsible for creating new business models and new services, creating an innovation methodology for the company and developing new prototypes for future new products or services. He has over 15 years of expertise in toll systems and ITS & Traffic Control Center deployment activities. He holds a Superior Degree in Industrial Engineering and a MBA from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), in Barcelona. In the last three years, he has been actively involved in a number of European research projects focused in connected cooperative and autonomous driving.

Schedule
Latest develoopments in innovative ITS activities 
Days: 
Friday 8 June
08.30 – 10.20

Martin Böhm

Head of Unit “Technologies and Services for Mobility”, AustriaTech

Martin Böhm works as Head of Unit “Technologies and Services for Mobility” at AustriaTech, a federal agency for technological measures, where he provides to the Austrian Transport Ministry policy support in ITS related issues. Martin’s main expertise is bringing research in the field of Intelligent Transport Systems and Services to real deployments. As General Secretary of the C-Roads Platform he is aiming at harmonised and interoperable deployment of C-ITS services across Europe. Furthermore he is chair of the BigData working group within the World Road Association PIARC. Martin is nominated expert for several European Platforms with regard to the implementation of the European ITS Directive. Martin holds a master in the field of Geography and a master in the field of Traffic Telematics Management.

Schedule
Multimodality and MaaS: What is the role of road concessionaires? 
Days: 
Thursday 7 June 
14.30 – 16.00 

Tim Stewart

IBTTA President

Tim Stewart's career includes over 36 years in the construction, engineering, and maintenance industry of which over 33 years was in the tolling industry with both the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority (OTA) and E-470 Public Highway Authority (E-470 PHA). Prior to working in the tolling industry, he owned and managed his own residential construction company in Chickasha, Oklahoma. Tim’s tolling career began with OTA in 1984 where he held various positions beginning in field maintenance services and advancing to Director of Patron Services, Director of Maintenance, Director of Planning and Operations, and Deputy Director & Chief Operating Officer, a position he held beginning 2005. Tim was named Executive Director of the OTA on April 1, 2013 and served in that role until January 31, 2016 when he was appointed as Executive Director of E-470 PHA. Tim began serving as Executive Director of E-470 PHA on February 1, 2016. Tim currently serves as IBTTA’s President through for 2018. Tim has served IBTTA and its members through work on various committees before being elected to the IBTTA Board of Directors in 2014. Tim is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, OKC with a degree in Civil Engineering Technology.

Schedule
Welcoming and Opening remarks
Days: 
Thursday 7 June

08.45 – 09.30 

Developing transport synergies in Europe, America and the other continents by coordinating political, economic and technical tools 
Days: 
Friday 8 June
13.30 – 14.40

Coline Arbey

Operating environment Manager, APRR GROUP

Coline ARBEY is a graduate of Ecole Centrale de Lyon and Agro-Paristech. Coline ARBEY started her professional life in a design office, first on export projects for development assistance, from a position based in Italy at Studio Galli Ingenieria. Coline ARBEY joined ARTELIA in 2008 and discovered the variety of environmental professions related to water. Coline ARBEY joined the APRR group in 2014, as operating environment manager in the Infrastructures department of the AREA Exploitation Department. Her curiosity leads Coline ARBEY to broaden her field of expertise, working on operations affiliated to other areas of specialties (toll, equipment ...). Coline ARBEY joined the Innovation, Construction and Development Department in September 2016. She has since worked on the APRR Group's project portfolio, particularly developing topics related to new mobility (carpooling, hub, tracks reserved ...).

 Schedule
Anticipating new mobility trends for an innovative-safe-green traffic management
Days: 
Friday 8 June 
08.30 – 10.00

Stelios Kazakos

Operation and Maintenance Deputy Manager, Moreas motorway

Stelios Kazakos is the Operation and Maintenance Deputy Manager since 2016 in the Moreas motorway in Greece, in the Peloponnese peninsula and has a 10-year experience in relevant positions in the same Concession project and previous experience in Quality assurance position in a small construction company. He received his electrical engineering degree from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki.

Schedule
Anticipating new mobility trends for an innovative-safe-green traffic management

Days:
Friday 8 June
10.50 – 12.30

 

Filipe Coelho

Mobility Program Manager, Via Verde Serviços

Filipe is the Mobility Program Manager for Via Verde Serviços, a wholly owned Brisa company focused on new mobility projects. He previously worked as Investor Relations for Brisa as well as a Management Consultant for Bain and Company and Accenture, across multiple geographies such as Portugal, UK and South America. Filipe holds an MBA from INSEAD and is a CFA Charterholder®.

Schedule
Anticipating new mobility trends for an innovative-safe-green traffic management

Days:
Friday 8 June
10.50 – 12.30

Dejan Makovšek

Economist, Procurement and Private Investment in Infrastructure Lead International Transport Forum, OECD

Dejan Makovšek spent 15 years advising government and the private sector with a focus on network industries. Prior to joining OECD/ITF Dejan worked as a management consultant with KPMG for 7 years, where he was engaged in a number of projects involving the appraisal and financing of investments in Slovene railway and power infrastructure, business restructuring, forensic analysis of failed projects, and others. In addition, he pursued academic research in the area of investment appraisal and PPPs. To date he published several scientific articles in distinguished international transport economics and policy related journals. He held invited lectures at University College of London, Paris School of Economics, World Bank, EBRD and other institutions. The focus of his work at the OECD/ITF is the economics of infrastructure investment. His work includes country specific advice (e.g. he was involved in the OECD UK PPP review, led the motorway cost review of Slovakia, led the review of delivery options and economics of a major rail project in Slovenia and others). Dejan also drives OECD/ITF’s work on private investment in infrastructure and procurement. Dejan holds a Bachelor of Science and a PhD in Applied Economics from the University of Maribor in Slovenia. 

Schedule
Transport connectivity for Regional and European integration and growth: finaning and investment risks - opportunities in a fast-changing road transport reality
Days: 
Thursday 7 June
09.30 – 11.30

Stephan Strodl

Head of Products and Solutions, Fluidtime

Stephan Strodl is responsible for Fluidtime’s business and product strategy. As Head of Products and Solutions, he is responsible for the development of our software product, a service solution for MaaS application and ensures the successful implementation of our projects. Stephan Strodl has extensive experience in project management of industrial and research projects, software development, quality assurance and business process management. Stephan Strodl graduated from the Vienna University of Technology with degrees in Computer Science and Business Informatics.

Schedule
Multimodality and MaaS: What is the role of road concessionaires? 
Days: 
Thursday 7 June 
14.30 – 16.00 

Päivi-Elina Wood

European Commission, DG MOVE

Mrs. Päivi-Elina Wood has been working in European Commission (DG MOVE) since 2016 in the unit of intelligent and sustainable transport. Amongst other tasks in the unit, she has been chairing the working group for data protection and privacy under the C-ITS platform. Before taking the position in the Commission, she served the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs as counsellor, being responsible for the negotiations of transport related files in the Council of European Union. She also represented Finland in various committees of International Maritime Organisation, whilst holding a position as head of EU and international affairs in the Finnish Transport Safety Agency. Mrs. Päivi-Elina Wood has studied EU and international law, as well as holds MA in political science and economics.    

Schedule
Multimodality and MaaS: What is the role of road concessionaires? 
Days: 
Thursday 7 June 
14.30 – 16.00 

Ulrich Zorin

Head of Traffic Management and Road Safety Department, DARS

Mr. Zorin is  Head of Traffic Management and Road Safety Department at DARS. In department we managed safety, traffic management and National traffic information centre (all national roads!), so the activities are very connected and much more coordinated. By education he is a master of transport sciences, specialised in traffic flow management.
He has been very active in ITS related projects/programmes like Tempo, Easyway, Crocodile, Mare Nostrum (VMS), and participates as DARS representative in the ASECAP COPER III expert groups. It’s involved also in CEDR N6 group (traffic managament) and in C roads projects.
He is also lecturer on the faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture at the University of Maribor and President of the Society of Traffic Engineers of Slovenia. 

Schedule
Latest develoopments in innovative ITS activities 
Days: 
Friday 8 June
08.30 – 10.20

José Almeida Lima

Managing Director, Brisa Areas de Serviço

José is the Managing Director of Brisa Areas de Serviço, a joint-venture created with Areas, a major f&b player in the travel industry, to manage Brisa concession’s service areas. Previously he worked as Brisa Strategic Planning Manager. José holds an MBA from the Lisbon MBA.

Schedule
Anticipating new mobility trends for an innovative-safe-green traffic management 
Days: 
Friday 8 June
10.50 – 12.30 

Jan Szulczyk

Policy Officer, DG Mobility and Transport - European Commission

Jan Szulczyk is Policy Officer in the DG Mobility and Transport of the European Commission. He is responsible for the Commission's policy on road charging and interoperability of electronic tolls. In his previous posting in DG MOVE, he has contributed to the 2011 White Paper on Transport. Before joining the Commission, Jan worked for ECG – The Association of European Vehicle Logistics, where he was Projects and Research Officer. He holds MA degrees in Economics, European Sciences and French Philology from the Warsaw University and the College of Europe.

Schedule

Policy session: '"ETS - Eurovignette: EU Infrastructure financing tools"
Days: 
Thursday 7 June
12.00 – 13.15

Arnaud Hary

President, ASFA

Arnaud HARY, President of ASFA, (Association des Sociétés Françaises d’Autoroutes et d’ouvrages à péage / Association of French toll road operators). Arnaud HARY has been working in the infrastructure field since graduating from the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in 1993, when he joined Cofiroute. He was then in charge of studies on the West of France for RFF (Réseau Ferré de France) between 2000 and 2002. He is presently Head of Concession Development at Sanef, company belonging to ABERTIS Group. He is in charge of entire contractual relationship with the State (grantor)  for Sanef and SAPN. He has also conducted the following  projects: A65-Pau / Langon and  Boulevard Périphérique Nord of Lyon ...). Arnaud HARY is also Chairman of the Board of Alis, a concession company for the A28 motorway network.

Schedule
Transport connectivity for Regional and European integration and growth: finaning and investment risks - opportunities in a fast-changing road transport reality
Days: 
Thursday 7 June
09.30 – 11.30

Philippe Fenain

Director of Operations & Quality, ABERTIS

Philippe Fenain is the Corporate Director of Operations-Quality-Safety at Abertis since 2015.
Based in Barcelona, Philippe is responsible for defining global policies and practices in the field of toll road operations, and for following their implementation across Abertis toll road concessions worldwide. He is leading the Global Road Safety Program of Abertis, that contributes deliver safer roads in Abertis’ 8300 km long network in Europe, Americas and Asia. Philippe has an extensive 30-year experience in the field of transport infrastructure. Before being with abertis, he worked 12 years with Sanef (Abertis’ French toll roads), where his last position was Director of the Western Network. Previously, he has been 15 years managing operations and business development in various countries for an engineering company.

Schedule
European actions and plans towards Road Safety - EC priorities presented in the 3rd mobility package
Days
Thursday 7 June 
16.30 – 18.00

Roberto Arditi

Director of Scientific Affairs, in charge of Road Safety, SINA

I’ve been contributing to multidisciplinary groups for the activities in design, works direction and studies for the following fields of the engineering: infrastructures and equipments design, evaluation and analysis of the risk in transports, transport studies and technical/economic evaluations, evaluations of environmental impact, road safety, technical coordination of European  projects,  studies  and  implementation  in  the  framework  of  Intelligent  Transport Systems (ITS). I contributed to several Governmental, Intergovernmental and Association Commissions: Italian Government, European Commission, UN-ECE, CETU, ASECAP, etc. In PIARC, I am currently serving as chair of TC of the technical committee for road safety policies.
Since 2016, I am serving as project manager in the European ITS Platform.

Schedule
European actions and plans towards Road Safety - EC priorities presented in the 3rd mobility package
Days
Thursday 7 June 
16.30 – 18.00

Anne Bergenfelt

Senior Advisor responsible for international climate negotiations and climate diplomacy, Directorate General for CLIMATE ACTION

Ms. Anne Bergenfelt has a Master’s Degree in Law from the University of Copenhagen as well as Graduate Studies in Political Science at Georgetown University, Washington DC. She started her career in 1990 at the Danish Ministry of Transport.
In 1993, she joined the Danish diplomatic corps at Danish Permanent Representation to the EU as a Transport Counsellor.
In 1996, she started her career at the European Commission by joining the Cabinet of Rt. Hon Neil Kinnock, EU Commissioner for Transport, with a specific responsibility for maritime policies of the EU, industrial policy, EU enlargement, single market and financial services.
In 1999, she joined the Cabinet of Environment Commissioner Margot Wallstrom. As Member of Ms. Wallstrom’s Cabinet, Ms. Bergenfelt was responsible for all legal and foreign policy aspects of EU Environmental policies, EU enlargement, and EU institutional affairs. In 2004, she became the Deputy Head of Cabinet for Vice President Margot Wallstrom. Her responsibilities expanded to include all aspects of EU foreign and security policy as well as international climate and environment negotiations.
In 2010, Ms. Bergenfelt was appointed Senior Advisor to the European Commissioner Connie Hedegaard, being responsible for International Climate Negotiations, EU energy policy and EU foreign and security policy.
Since December 2014, Ms. Bergenfelt has worked as a Senior Advisor in the Directorate General for CLIMATE ACTION, being responsible for international climate negotiations and climate diplomacy.

Schedule
Transport connectivity for Regional and European integration and growth: finaning and investment risks - opportunities in a fast-changing road transport reality
Days: 
Thursday 7 June
09.30 – 11.30

Christos Koulouris

CEO, InVision Consulting SA

Christos Koulouris, is one of the founding members and CEO of InVision Consulting with more than 30 years experience in the field of international Projects Management. He holds a postgraduate degree from the University of Loughborough and has been appointed to a number of positions at national and European level. His major expertise lies in the design of operation systems, commercial policy, performance measurement and incident management. His involvement in a number of innovative projects has led to receiving a number of international System Design awards including an IBTTA Golden Award and IRF Global Road Achievement Award.

Schedule
Transport connectivity for Regional and European integration and growth: finaning and investment risks - opportunities in a fast-changing road transport reality
Days: 
Thursday 7 June
09.30 – 11.30

Tomaž Vidic

President, DARS

Tomaž Vidic obtained a PhD in 1993 at the Faculty of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy (FAGG) of the University of Ljubljana, where he'd been employed as a researcher in the field of construction theory and seismic engineering for 10 years. Some of the results of his research have been included in the European building regulations for seismic resilience. After successfully obtained PhD, he'd been working for the Nuclear Power Plant Krško branch in California. In April 1999, he joined DARS d.d. as an advisor to the board. In the summer of 2002, the Government of the Republic of Slovenia appointed him as State Secretary for roads at the Ministry of Transport where after the reform in 2004 he became the Director General for roads. In March 2009, he re-employed himself at DARS d.d., as director of projects in the cabinet of the management board of the company. In January 2016, he took over the management of DARS d.d. as an acting president and in April 2016 the Supervisory Board of the company granted him a regular five-year mandate of the President of the Management Board of DARS d.d.

Schedule
Welcoming and Opening remarks
Days: 
Thursday 7 June

08.45 – 09.30

Closing and Invitation to the 2019 ASECAP Study Days
Days: 
Friday 8 June

14.40 – 15.00

Kevin Borras

H3B Group Publishing Director & Editor-in-Chief of Thinking Highways

Kevin Borras is an award-winning journalist and editor who has just passed a personal landmark by celebrating 20 years reporting on the ITS, advanced traffic management and smart city mobility sectors. As content director of the newly rebranded H3B Connected and editor-in-chief of Thinking Highways,Thinking Cities, Tolling Review and the Connected series of event-specific supplements, he has become renowned as an expert in his field and is an in-demand speaker, presenter, host, moderator and session chair.

Schedule
Transport connectivity for Regional and European integration and growth: finaning and investment risks - opportunities in a fast-changing road transport reality
Days: 
Thursday 7 June
09.30 – 11.30

Gianmarco Angeletti

Technical Department, Autostrade per l'Italia

Gianmarco Angeletti graduated in Civil Engineer, with specialization in Infrastructure and Transport.
Civil Engineer in the Technical Department since June 2017, he has been working for Autostrade per l'Italia since 2016, initially in the Traffic Information & Maintenance.
Before joining Autostrade per l'Italia he gained experience in civil works within the "CMC di Ravenna", an italian construction company, for whom he worked in Kenya for the realization of a rockfill dam and a water treatment plant in order to give drinkable water to residents.

Schedule
European actions and plans towards Road Safety - EC priorities presented in the 3rd mobility package
Days
Thursday 7 June 
16.30 – 18.00