Digital networks in transport logistics
The course offers
students the opportunity to deepen their theoretical knowledge of
transport logistics by means of practical case studies. The course
focuses on current and future transformations in transport logistics
in the course of digitalization and increasing networking.
Within the courses, the participants are motivated to independently develop solutions to current challenges in digital transport logistics and to discuss with the course instructors regarding practical relevance and implementation.
The course acts as an open discussion platform for the transfer of know-how between science and practice and rounds off the module Transport Logistics.
The course is limited to a maximum number of 20 participants.
|Course number||0832 L
|Language||German (presentations in
Lecturer of the course
- © Jürgens
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Jürgens is Honorary Professor of Transport Logistics at the Technical University of Berlin. He studied law and philosophy at the University of Hamburg and the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich. After his research fellowship in Sri Lanka, Jürgens received his doctorate in 1993 in philosophy at Ludwig Maximilian University. After his second state law examination, Jürgens first worked in a law firm in Munich and then in Singapore before joining McKinsey & Company in 1996. From 2002 to 2008 Prof. Jürgens worked at Deutsche Bahn AG, initially as Head of Strategy Development and Organization, and in 2005 took over responsibility for the Intermodal business unit. From 2009 to 2011, Prof. Jürgens was HHLA Executive Board member responsible for the Intermodal and Logistics segments. Since 2014 he has been Managing Director of Lübecker Hafen-Gesellschaft mbH (LHG).
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