Sustainable Logistics Project
MODULE TYPE: SDG11 / TRANSVERSAL
The purpose of the project work is to gain insights into how quantitative analysis of logistics systems can contribute in reaching for a sustainable development of Cities and Communities. The project originates in a challenge, from which the students make their work on a challenge-based learning approach that for example covers problem definition, choice of methodology and analysis. The project work takes place within the course “Analysis of Communication and Transport Systems - TNK103”. Read more about the course here.
The aim is that the student, after finalizing the course, be able to:
- Formulate a problem specification based on a real challenge provided by an external part
- Find and digest literature relevant for the project
- Analyse logistics and transport problems from a quantitative perspective
- Plan a project, write documentations and perform project evaluations
- Present results in writing and in an oral presentation
Module level: Advanced
Degree level: Master
Study mode: Online
SDG11 Theme: Transport and mobility
Semester: Autumn 2022
Starting date: 8 November 2022
Finishing date: 14 January 2023
Enrollment period: Autumn period 15/3 - 19/4
Entry requirements: Planning and simulation of Logistics networks and transports.
The course has a common introductory lecture and common project presentations. All other parts are handled by group specific supervision.
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