Welcome to the Chair of Logistics and Services Management (Kühne Foundation Endowed Chair). Our research and teaching efforts concentrate on current and (managerially) relevant issues regarding the management of international supply chains and logistics services management.
We combine various empirical methods of logistic research to generate stimulating insights for entrepreneurial practice and management education as well as for the scientific community.
The team behind the
chair of Logisitics Management.
"Management of Supply Chain Complexity: A Study in the Drive and Control Industry"
"Acquisitions in the logistics sector: A sustainable value creation or aware value destruction? - A case study based analysis
"Decision Criterions for Optimal Home Delivery Strategies in the E-Grocery Sector"
"Data driven planning in e-Commerce supply chains"
Jan Philipp Werning
"Implementation of Circular Economy and the resulting Impacts onto the whole value-chain"
Mariam Alvin James Furrer
Supply Chain Management, Risk Management, Supply Chain Vulnerability and Resilience, Modular & Integrated Supply Chains
"Development and evaluation of a total landed costs Approach"
"The future of autonomous and alternative fuel-powered heavy-duty trucks in Germany"
Last mile logistics, urban logistics, inner city networks
Understanding intermodal passengers
Philipp Nicolas Weil
Seasonal Slot Scheduling at Airports
Shipping 4.0, predictive analytics in shipping, new shipping routes, distribution network optimization
Humanitarian Logistics, Robust Optimization, Transportation, Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain and Digitalization
Digital Transformation, Machine Learning, Investment Management
"Supply chain performance optimization with focus on revenue management in the industry and service sector"
Supply chain optimization, dynamic pricing, revenue management
Future of Last Mile from City Perspective