Personal profile

Short biography

Shahrom Sohi works at the Institute of Data, Process and Knowledge Management at WU Vienna University of Business and Economics is centered around utilizing data to develop digital products and services for the mobility industry. His international background in transport engineering has given him the expertise to specialize in this field, where he is dedicated to making railway mobility more accessible and interoperable through his research. In his first year of research, he has focused on utilize semantics technologies to enhance mobility and railway operations. For example the Open Data and Transport domain, analyzing how data is shared in such a complex framework.

His research has important applications for the Austrian National Railway and mobility Provider ÖBB, as his contributions will help to improve the standards and current state of art in semantics for transport.

Shahrom Sohi's work has the potential to make a significant impact on the mobility industry and its users by providing contribuitions that enable future more seamless and efficient transportation experience.

Research interests

  • Utilizing data for developing digital products and services for the mobility industry
  • Railway mobility
  • Accessibility and interoperability in railway mobility
  • Open data and transport domain
  • Standards and current state of available open information
  • Improving the mobility experience for users
  • Semantics in transportation
  • Data sharing 
  • Data spaces

Curriculum Vitae

Transport and Logistics Engineering, MSc, Technical University of Denmark

Award Date: 1 Jan 2019

Transportation Systems Engineering, Exchange, Technical University of Munich

Award Date: 1 Jan 2019

Management Engineering, BSc, University of Bologna

Award Date: 1 Jan 2015

External positions

Project Lead Decision Intelligence, goUrban e-mobility GmbH

1 May 20191 May 2022

Industrial inspector, Freelancer

1 Jan 20161 Jan 2019

Expertise

  • Digital products
  • Transportation systems engineering
  • Mobility as a Service
  • Data as a Service
  • Data analysis
  • project management