NSL Kolloquium 2019|1

14 May 2019 | ETH main building HG G 60 (Semper-Aula), Rämistrasse 101, Zurich.

Link to the film recording

Logistics and mobility of goods is facing relevant substantial challenges, which are mostly invisible to users, differently from the challenges of personal mobility, such as delays, traffic jams, etc, which we witness daily. This event is to make a comprehensive analysis of the current challenges and solutions for logistics in delivery and urban contexts.

Keynote

Prof. Martin SavelsberghOptimization-based Decision Support for an Express Delivery Carrier in China
James C. Edenfield Chair and Professor and Co-Director Supply Chain & Logistics Institute, Georgia Tech

Lecturers

Dr. Maike Scherrer: Lifting the Myth of the Demonization of E-commerce from a Sustainable Perspective
Head of research Area Sustainable Transport Systems and Supply Chain Management
School of Engineering | Institute of Sustainable Development | Zurich University of Applied Sciences

Felix Bergmann: Integrating Last-mile Delivery and First-mile Pickup on Shared Vehicle Routes for Efficient Urban E-commerce Distribution
Research Associate, PhD Candidate
Chair of Logistics Management | Department of Management, Technology and Economics | ETH Zürich

Dr. Mireia Roca Riu: Connected and Automated Technology Changing Urban Logistics
Postdoctoral researcher
Traffic Engineering Group | Institute for Transport Planning and Systems | ETH Zürich

Dr. Berko Sierau: How «Smart» are the Logistics of Swiss Cities in Reality – The Perspective of an Operator
Head of research
Research & Innovation, NOTIME AG

Organisation

For organisational reasons, please register until 7 May 2019 with Claudia Gebert
The colloquium is free of charge.

Prof. Martin Savelsbergh, Georgia Tech

Programme

14:00 Welcome by Prof. Dr. Francesco Corman
14:10 Dr. Maike Scherrer
14:50 Felix Bergmann
15:30 Coffee break
15:50 Dr. Mireia Roca Riu
16:30 Dr. Berko Sierau
17:10 Coffee break
17:30 Prof. Martin Savelsbergh, keynote
18:30 Apéro

Downloads

Abstracts and Speakers Bios as PDF

Event poster A3 as PDF

Event flyer A4 as PDF

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