Kim Bang Salling

Kim Bang Salling

Associate Professor

Bygningstorvet 116B, Building 115, Room 030

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

Denmark

Phone: 45251548

Fax: +45 4593 6412

 

 

Kim Bang Salling is currently employed as an associate professor at DTU Transport. He defended his PhD thesis entitled: Assessment of Transport Projects: Risk Analysis and Decision Support, November 2008. He furthermore holds a Master’s degree in Engineering within socio-economic evaluation methodologies and decision support systems with special emphasis on cost-benefit analysis and Risk Analysis. Currently, he is co-managing a large-scale research project for the Danish Strategic Research Council (DSF) entitled UNITE: Uncertainties in Transport Project Evaluation (2009-2014) and Work Package leader for another project funded by DSF entitled SUSTAIN: National Transport Planning – Sustainability, Institutions and Tools. Currently, he is co-supervisor of two PhD students respectively entitled Development Process of “best-in-class” high speed railway line Copenhagen-Ringsted and Phase Based Planning for Railway Infrastructure Projects and supervisor of five MSc theses among other things within the subject area of sustainable transport assessment and methodologies. He is furthermore Program Coordinator of the MSc Program in Transport and Logistics and course responsible in an advanced Master and Phd level course in Decision Support and Risk Analysis (no. 13233 and 13833), an advanced Master level course in Transport, Economics, Management, Planning and Organisation (no. 13300) as well as an introductory diploma course in Project Appraisal (no. 13528).Finally, he is managing a Department based Research Theme entitled Model Uncertainty and Risk Analysis which facilitates all department related activities within these subject matters. He was awarded the P.H. Bendtsen’s Prize in 2009 for his Ph.D. study.

 

 

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Education

2009 - 2012 Assistant Professor - Technical University of Denmark
2004 - 2008 PhD - Technical University of Denmark
1997 - 2003 M.Sc. - Technical University of Denmark

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Master of Science in Engineering

PhD degree

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Danish, English

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