Students work together in teams to solve a problem/theme in sustainable transportation. Through the Hackathon process, the students will develop a business concept that will contribute to a more sustainable mobility and logistics. This process ends with a final pitch event where the students have to convince a jury composed of teachers and external stakeholders (eg. public transportation companies, traffic authorities, logistics providers, etc).
UOG: Michael Browne (email@example.com)
I have been a full-time professor at the University of Gothenburg since 2015 having been part of the Visiting Professor Program for the previous three years. My main research focus is on urban goods transport and I provide academic leadership for the Urban Freight Platform a joint University of Gothenburg and Chalmers initiative supported by the Volvo Research and Educational Foundations (VREF). I am committed to engaging practitioners and policy-makers with the research community to focus on all aspects of logistics that impact on future patterns of urban goods transport and logistics. I also work on broader research topics research concerned with many issues in sustainable logistics including: e-commerce and home delivery, energy use in the supply chain and the interaction of policy and business decisions. the importance of working with stakeholders in in the cities. Prior to moving to Gothenburg in 2015 I worked for over 20 years at the University of Westminster in London and I continue to chair the Central London Freight Quality Partnership bringing together London boroughs, Transport for London and a range of businesses and their representative associations. I teach on courses in logistics and sustainability and also retail logistics.
UOG: Marta Gonzalez-Aregall (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Associate Senior Lecturer of Logistics and Transport Economics at the School of Business, Economics and Law, University of Gothenburg. My main research areas are maritime transport, port economics, sustainable shipping, regulation of transport infrastructures and port conflicts. I have published my works in several academic journals and book chapters. I have been conducted research stays at the Universities of British Columbia (Vancouver), Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain) and UN-ECLAC (Chile). Director of the Northern LEAD Logistics Centre: https://www.chalmers.se/en/centres/lead/Pages/default.aspx
UOG: Catrin Lammgård (email@example.com)
My production of scientific publications has been focused on the area
of transport and sustainability. My PhD-dissertation in 2007 focused on: intermodal transports, environmental aspects of logistics, the supply and demand of transport services from a marketing perspective. Different aspects were highlighted such as segmentation of transport buyers in the marketing of intermodal transports, environmental aspects, cooperation between actors etc. I am also a reviewer for several logistics and transportation journals, especially focusing on sustainable logistics, intermodal transportation and goods distribution.My pedagogical experience is based on teaching and
course coordination within the international Master program Logistics and Transport Management at the School of Business, Economics and Law at Gothenburg University. This teaching is always in English. In addition I teach on the undergraduate level where I give classes relating to sustainability and other topics such as logistics, marketing, transportation etc. I have also been involved in the accreditation process towards the School´s AACSB accreditation in the field of Assurance of Learning within the graduate programs. See: https://www.gu.se/en/about/find-staff/catrinlammgard
VUB: Cathy Macharis (Cathy.Macharis@vub.be)
Cathy Macharis is Professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. She teaches courses in supply chain management and sustainable mobility and logistics. She is specialised in the assessment of policy measures and innovative concepts in the field of sustainable logistics and urban mobility. She is head of the research group MOBI (Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology) and the department BUTO (Business Technology and Operations). She is the chairwoman of the Brussels Mobility Commission.
VUB: Philippe Lebeau (Philippe.Lebeau@vub.be)
Prof. dr. Philippe Lebeau is teaching and research assistant at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel where he lectures Supply Chain Management. He is also member of the research group MOBI (Mobility, Logistics and Automotive Technology). He defended successfully his PhD in 2016 thanks to a Prospective Research for Brussels and the supervision of Prof. Dr. Cathy Macharis and Prof. Dr. Joeri Van Mierlo. He investigated the potential of introducing battery electric vehicles in city logistics. His research expertise are among others in sustainable logistics, electric vehicles, urban freight transport in Brussels, Total Cost of Ownership, Conjoint Based Choice and Multi-Criteria Multi-Actor analysis.
UPF: Helena Ramalhinho (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Helena Ramalhinho is a Full Professor at Universitat Pompeu Fabra. She has a B.A. and Master degree in Statistics and Operations Research from the University of Lisbon, Portugal, and a Ph.D. in Operations Research from Cornell University, New York, USA. She has been involved in different research projects and consulting for firms in the area of Operations Research, Transportation, Operations Management and Logistics. Helena has published many articles in prestigious international scientific journals and has presented her work at international conferences. Helena teaches at various undergraduate, master’s and PhD`s programs in the UPF, Barcelona School of Management (UPF) and several European universities. She is a member of the Business Analytics Research Group. Her research interests include Operations Research, Business Analytics, Combinatorial Optimization, Metaheuristics, Iterated Local Search, Vehicle Routing, Scheduling, Supply Chain Management, Logistics, Production and Operations Management.
CY: Laurent GUIHERY (email@example.com)
Full Professor in Transport Science. 2021-2024: elected at the scientific commission of the German-French Commission U.F.A. – D.F.H. Member of the European Network: European Platform of Transport Sciences (EPTS): https://www.epts.eu/members.html. In charge of the Master Degree Transport Land Use Environment – « Transport Territoire Environnement – T.T.E. Master 1 and Master 2 – in apprenticeship. Research topics: European integration, German – French Cooperation, Transport science. https://www.cyu.fr/laurent-guihery
UOL: Paricija Bajec (firstname.lastname@example.org)
UOW: Marta Guerriero (M.Guerriero@warwick.ac.uk)
Marta Guerriero is Associate Professor and Deputy Head of the Global Sustainable Development Department at the University of Warwick. She is also Thematic Lead (Economic Sustainability) of Warwick’s ‘Sustainable Cities’ Global Research Priority. She is an applied economist with interests in development, environment and labour economics. She approaches her research and teaching in an interdisciplinary manner, also incorporating aspects of social and environmental policy, political economy and development studies. During her academic career, she has taught several modules focusing on sustainable development issues and collaborated with a range of UK and international stakeholders in the field.