Lecture Series on International Logistics

Lecture Series on International Logistics

Lecture Series/Vortragsreihe

Die Lecture Series in International Logistics bietet von April bis Juli 2022 freitags von 9.15-10.45 Uhr die Möglichkeit spannende Vorträge zu aktuellen Themen im Bereich der Internationalen Logistik mitzuerleben. Gastdozierende aus verschiedenen Ländern sprechen über interessante Themen wie Supply Chain Management in der Tourismusindustrie, Logistische Herausforderungen entlang der Neuen Seidenstraße, Design Thinking, u.v.m. Im Anschluss des Vortrages wird in der Diskussion über interessante Punkte debattiert und es werden Fragen beantwortet.

Die Vortragsreihe wird gemeinsam von der Hochschule Merseburg und dem Asian-German Knowledge Network for Transport and Logistics e.V. organisiert und durchgeführt.

Die Vorträge finden online statt und sind in englischer Sprache.

Sie können an den Vorträgen ohne Anmeldung teilnehmen.
 

Link zu den Vorträgen:
Zoom-Meeting beitreten
https://us06web.zoom.us/j/87200688033?pwd=TVVyZ2E3SlhkdGsxZFgvOWJBdG5kQT09
Meeting-ID: 872 0068 8033
Kenncode: Wc4bdx

Die Teilnahme ist kostenfrei.
 

Die Vortragsreihe umfasst folgende Veranstaltungen:

Vortragsreihe - einzelne Veranstaltungen

22.04.2022, 9.15-10.45 a.m. CEST (UTC+2) | Online

Opening Remarks on the Lecture Series on International Logistics

- Prof. Dr. Dirk Sackmann, Merseburg University of Applied Sciences Merseburg, Germany

Introduction to Design Thinking

- Dr. Joann Halpern, Hasso Plattner Institute, USA

 

Dr. Joann Halpern is the director of the Hasso Plattner Institute, New York and a professor of International Education at New York University. From 2009-2017 she was the director of the German Center for Research and Innovation, New York. In addition to teaching and administrative assignments at universities in the United States and Germany, including Director of International Programs at the Hochschule Harz, Dr. Halpern co-founded Knowledge Transfer Beyond Boundaries, an NGO with projects in Cameroon, Nigeria, Yemen, and Antigua. She received her B.A. from Dartmouth College, her M.A. from Harvard University, and her Ph.D. from New York University. She is a recipient of the Harvard University Award for Distinction in Teaching as well as scholarships from the German Academic Exchange Service, Fulbright Association, Robert Bosch Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Dr. Halpern serves on the advisory boards of the German Center for Research and Innovation, Technical University of Dortmund, Charité Entrepreneurship Summit, University Alliance Ruhr, and the External Advisory Board of the Tandon Institute for Invention, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship.

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29.04.2022, 9.15-10.45 a.m.  CEST (UTC+2) | Online

Tourism Supply Chain and Logistics: an International Tourism

- Dr. Woramol C. Watanabe, Naresuan University, Thailand

Woramol C. Watanabe received her doctoral degree in Production and Information System Engineering at Muroran Institute of Technology. She is an Assistant Professor at Department of Logistics and Digital Supply Chain, Naresuan University. Her research interests include issues related to information system, supply chain management, logistics, and its performance.

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06.05.2022, 9.15-10.45 a.m. CEST (UTC+2) | Online

Disruption of Industrial Supply Chains in Times of Pandemic: Possibilities and Limits of Digitization to Increase Supply Chain Resilience

- Prof. Dr. Irina Dovbischuk, IU: International University of Applied Sciences, Germany

Prof. Dr. Irina Dovbischuk holds a professorship for logistics management at the IU International University of Applied Sciences since 2018. Since 2014 she acts as co-founder and managing director of the Asian-German Knowledge Network for Transport and Logistics e.V. She is visiting professor at the Kyiv National Economic University and Uman National University of Horticulture in Ukraine. Apart from sustainability in operations management, her research interest is about resilient supply chains design and global logistics. https://www.uni-bremen.de/mlog/lehrstuhl/team/prof-dr-irina-dovbischuk

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13.05.2022, 9.15-10.45 a.m. CEST (UTC+2) | Online

Intermodal Freight Transportation for Crude Palm Oil in Indonesia

- Dr. Ir. Noor Mahmudah, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Dr. Noor Mahmudah has been working as State Lecturer since 2005 in Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia and has been assigned at Civil Engineering Department of Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta since 2015. She was born in Kuala Kapuas on 3rd October 1970 and graduated from Civil Engineering of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia in 1994. She received Master degree in Transportation and Road Engineering from IHE – Technische Universiteit Delft, The Netherlands in 2000, and a Doctor degree of Civil Engineering (Transportation) from UGM in 2014 with sandwich program at ITC Enschede and University of Twente, The Netherlands (2009-2012). Her professional experiences amongst other as Manager of Infrastructure for ADB Projects in Indonesia, Manager of Regional University Network of ILO-ASIST Asia Pacific, and Professional Senior Civil Engineer in Jakarta and West Java (1995-2005). In the period of 2017-2021 she was appointed as Laboratory Coordinator of Civil Engineering Department of UMY. Currently she is acting as Project Manager of Erasmus+ CBHE Program ASIA SAFE funded by European Union (2021-2024).

The results of her researches, which are mainly focusing on transportation planning, freight transportation, road traffic safety, and traffic engineering, have been disseminated and published in international and national journals and proceedings. She has also experienced as invited speaker and reviewer of international and national seminars. Moreover, she currently serves as Secretary of Indonesian Transportation Society (MTI-ITS) as well as Secretary of Indonesian Railway Society for Special Region of Yogyakarta/Central Java (2018-2023), The Institution of Engineers Indonesia Branch Yogyakarta (2021-2024), and is actively involved in international and national organizations such as AGKN e.V (Germany), EASTS (Japan), and Indonesian Inter-university Studies Forum (FSTPT). Besides teaching in UMY, she has also been lecturing in Ministry of Public Works (2011-present), Master Program of Transportation Engineering Atma Jaya University of Yogyakarta (2016-present), and Master Program of Civil Engineering and Planning, Islamic University of Indonesia (2018-present).

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20.05.2022, 9.15-10.45 a.m. CEST (UTC+2) | Online

Supply Chain Management in Tourism Industry

- Prof. Dr. Liu Jie, University of Chengdu, China

The Interplays between World Tourism Trends and Digital Tech in Tourism Supply Chain Management

- Sethasilp Inthanon, Naresuan University, Thailand

Dr. Jie Liu has joined the School of Tourism & Culture Industry of Chengdu Universtiy since 2005, and served as the Dean of Tourism Management department between 2007-2013, titled with Associate Professor. Jie has visited University of New Hampshire in USA in 2015, and University of Sannio in Italy (2013), during which, she’s given lectures for Phd students of eTourism courses in the School of Economy. Jie has studied Managment and Economy for years and especially interested in creative industry and ecommerce. Her lectures mainly include Strategic management, Smart tourism, Ecommerce and Marketing, and she has worked closely with local corperations and companies, to enhance theoretic studies kept linking with business practices. She’s also active in business management and consulting jobs which also brought immense resources for lectures and researches.

Sethasilp Inthanon is a faculty member at the department of logistics and digital supply chain, Naresuan University, Thailand. He has received a Master of Science in international hospitality and tourism management with an award from Bournemouth University, UK. His research interest is regarding economy-dispersing tourism, service staff motivation, destination chain, and expanding data science for the tourism economy.

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03.06.2022, 9.15-10.45 a.m. CEST (UTC+2) | Online

Supply Chain Digitalization of Retail in Africa’s Sub-Saharan Countries

- Dr. Hapsatou, University of Bremen, Germany

Hapsatou studied at the University of Ngaoundéré (Cameroon) until her Master in Marketing and Strategy. She defended her PhD thesis in 2022, on the topic "DIGITALIZATION OF INFORMATION FLOW MANAGEMENT IN INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CHAINS OF RETAIL COMPANIES" at the University of Bremen. From 2019 till today she is a research associate at the University of Bremen and continue her research in the field of Digitalization in developing countries (Africa’s Sub-Saharan Countries).

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10.06.2022, 9.15-10.45 a.m. CEST (UTC+2) | Online

Modern logistic operations in East European Countries: Ukraine, Moldova, Belarus, Russian Federation as Parts of the Euroasian Transportation Corridor

- Prof. Dr. Oleksii Oleksiuk, Kyiv National Economic University, Ukraine

Prof. Dr. Oleksii Oleksiuk was graduated with Master's degree (“Magna Cum Laude”, GPA is 4.58) from Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman (Kyiv, Ukraine) in 1999. After graduation, applied for a junior assistant position at the Industrial Economy Department of the same Uni and started PhD program. PhD diploma was gained in 2002 in the field “Economy of Enterprises and Production Organization” on the topic “Management of Ukrainian Joint-Stock Companies”. Later in 2010 the thesis “Business Performance Management” in the field “Economics and Management of Enterprises”. From 2015 started researching commerce and logistics and in 2017 the department of commerce and logistics was established in the Kyiv National Economic University named after Vadym Hetman with cooperation with the University of Bremen. The current teaching activity is focused on modern commerce and logistics, digitalization and effectiveness improvement of the business operation.
The professional background includes 17 business projects for Ukrainian and International Companies, 6 scientific government projects, obtained experience in cooperation with Russian, German, USA and other Universities. Among other, the most significant on the national level should be mentioned multi-disciplinary government and international funded projects/programs: Project “GUMLog. German-Ukrainian Master degree Program in Logistics” (DAAD); Project “Development and management system of enterprises (№0100U004558)”; Project “Economics, organizations and business performance (№0106U001802)”; Project “Methodical and practical aspects of potential business opportunities management (№855-01054001891)”; Project “The effective evaluation of the quality housing services consuming (№1031207/03.12.2007)”. Practical experience in commerce and logistics was gained in the positions of economic director of Astrapharm Group (Ukraine), Investment & Consulting Group “Astarta – Tanit” (Ukraine), The Federation of Employers of Ukraine, “Marinero. Sailing School and Charters” (Ukraine) and via private business.

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17.06.2022, 9.15-10.45 a.m. CEST (UTC+2) | Online

Logistics Challenges along the New Silk Roads

- Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans-Dietrich Haasis, University of Bremen, Germany

Professor Dr. Hans-Dietrich Haasis is Full Professor in Maritime Business and Logistics at the University of Bremen, Germany. From 2001 to 2014 he was Managing Director of the ISL – Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics in Bremen. Since 2014 he is official member of the Board of Academic Advisers to the German Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure. He received his Diploma in Industrial Engineering in 1983 and his Doctorate in 1987 from the Technical University of Karlsruhe. As well he is Honorary Doctor of the Kiev National Economic University. Throughout his professional career, up to now he published more than 100 books and papers and graduated 50 Doctorate students. (www.mlog.uni-bremen.de)

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24.06.2022, 9.15-10.45 a.m. CEST (UTC+2) | Online

International Logistics Based on System Perspective in Cross-Border e-Commerce Environment

- Prof. Dr. Qingying Zhang, Wuhan University of Technology, China

Professor Qingying Zhang from the College of Logistics at the Wuhan University of Technology is a senior member of the Chinese Society of Management Sciences and the Chinese Society of Mechanical Engineering. She is guest professor of the Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) and vice chairman of the International Research Association of Modern Education and Computer Sciences. Furthermore, she is chief editor of the International Journal of Information Engineering and Electronic Commerce. She published 22 monographs and textbooks as well as more than 160 papers.

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01.07.2022, 9.15-10.45 a.m. CEST (UTC+2) | Online

The Connectivity for Thailand under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

- Dr. Sirikarn Chansombat, Naresuan University, Thailand

B2B and cross-sectoral linkages in Vietnam's logistics sector

- Dr. Ha Dinh, School of Trade and International Economics, National Economics University, Vietnam

Closing Remarks on the Lecture Series on International Logistics

- Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans-Dietrich Haasis, University of Bremen, Germany

Dr. Sirikarn Chansombat is Ph.D. Management Engineering and works as lecturer in the faculty of logistics and digital supply chain at Naresuan University in Thailand. Her areas of interest: Supply chain and logistics management, Production  and  Maintenance scheduling, Mathematical programming/modelling, Metaheuristic methods and Optimisation methods.

Dr. Dinh Le Hai Ha is the Associate Dean of School of Trade and International Economics, National Economics University, Hanoi, Vietnam. She holds a Ph.D. in Economics, Vietnam’s Institute for Trade and an MA in Development Economics, The Vietnam - Netherlands Project for master’s program.
Dr. Dinh Le Hai Ha’s research interests include logistics, supply chain management, retail/distribution management and trade facilitation.

Professor Dr. Hans-Dietrich Haasis is Full Professor in Maritime Business and Logistics at the University of Bremen, Germany. From 2001 to 2014 he was Managing Director of the ISL – Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics in Bremen. Since 2014 he is official member of the Board of Academic Advisers to the German Federal Minister of Transport and Digital Infrastructure. He received his Diploma in Industrial Engineering in 1983 and his Doctorate in 1987 from the Technical University of Karlsruhe. As well he is Honorary Doctor of the Kiev National Economic University. Throughout his professional career, up to now he published more than 100 books and papers and graduated 50 Doctorate students. (www.mlog.uni-bremen.de)

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Ansprechpartner / Wissenschaftliche Leitung

Kontaktperson
Prof. Dr. Dirk Sackmann
Professur für Allgemeine Betriebswirtschaftslehre insbesondere Logistik und Produktionswirtschaft
Raum: Hg/G/2/013

Ansprechpartnerin / Administration

Kontaktperson
Anja Bergner
Projektmitarbeiterin
Raum: Ga/0/06
Telefon: +49 3461 46-2700

 

 

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