Outstanding work from outstanding scientists
Each winner of the DB Schenker Award received a cash prize of 10,000 euros for his or her outstanding academic work. The supervising professor also received a 5,000 euro prize.
Dr. Christian Tummel (RWTH Aachen University): IT cooperation platform for direct, cross-forwarder less-than-truckload transport
Dr. Helena Preiß (Otto Friedrich University Bamberg): Service Engineering in the Logistics Sector.
Dr. Oluseye Richard Oloruntoba (University of Newcastle, Australia): The Implications and Limitations of Commercial Supply Chain Management Process Models and Frameworks for Disaster Relief.
Dr. Sönke Behrends (Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden): Urban freight transport sustainability. The interaction of urban freight and intermodal transport.
Dr. Maja I. Piecyk, Analysis of long termfreight transport, logistics and related
Dr. Stefan Walther, Industrializing Transportation Networks: An Analysis and Evaluation of Alternative Approaches to Cargo Transport Services with Special Reference to the European Over-the-Road Truckload Carrier Industry
Dr. Anita Petrick, Multimodal Products in Revenue Management: Potential and Approaches to Achieving Capacity Control
Dr. Martina Weddewer, Settlement Price Systems for Horizontal Shipping Networks
Dr. Marc Jaquemin, Network Management in Air Transport
Dr. Stefanie Müller, Customer Service and Its Centralization – An Analysis of Potential Success for Industrialized Logistics Services Providers
Dr. Susanne Keller, Reduction of the Bullwhip Effect
Last modified: 20.10.2016