Course schedule 2018 -2019

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Overview courses 2017 – 2019 (May 2018)

January - June 2019

DateTitle course
21 January 2019Introduction to TRAIL & the PhD Student Processs
13, 20 & 27 February, 20 March 2019Facility Logistics Management
14 February, 8 April, 20 June 2019Writing a Literature Review in the TIL Domain
4, 11 & 27 March 2019TIL- Theories & Methods
13 & 27 March, 3 & 17 April 2019Quantitative Modelling and Analysis of Supply Chains
7 May 2019Behavioural Aspects in Transport: introduction to traffic psychology
15 & 22 May, 5 & 12 June 2019Freight Transport Management

September - December 2019

DateTitle course
Writing and Publishing a 'TRAIL' Research Article
Societal Relevance of your PhD Research
From Horse to Porsche: Innovations in Transport and Logistics
Transport Logistics Modelling
Advanced Inventory Theory
Introduction to TRAIL and the PhD Students Process

September - December 2018

DateTitle course
1, 2 & 8 OctoberDiscrete Choice Analysis: micro-econometrics and machine learning
3, 17 & 31 OctoberData-analysis and Statistics
29 OctoberExploring Synchromodal Transportation Options with Simulation Gaming
7, 14 & 21 November, 12 DecemberFundamental Domain Knowledge on Transport, Infrastructure and Logistics

Previous: January - June 2018

DateTitle course
5 FebruaryIntroduction to TRAIL and the PhD Student Process
15 February, 29 March, 18 JuneWriting a Literature Review in the TIL Domain
21 February, 7 & 21 March, 4 AprilGP-OML Transport Logistics Modelling
21 & 22 February 2018Strategic Behavior in Service Systems
14 & 28 March, 11 & 25 AprilGP-OML Advanced Inventory Theory
26 MarchWriting & Publishing a 'TRAIL' Research Article
30 May & 13 June 2018GP-OML Supply Chain Management
31 MaySocietal Relevance of your PhD Research

September - December 2017

DateTitle course
6 Sep, 20 Sep, 11 Oct, 18 Oct Freight Transport Management
21 Sep, 28 Sep, 5 Oct, 12 Oct
TRAIL Theories & Methods
9 October Writing and Publishing a 'TRAIL' Research Article
27 Oct & date to be determinedFrom Horse to Porsche: innovations in transport and logistics
30 October Societal Relevance of your PhD Research
1, 8, 22 & 29 November Quantitative Modelling and Analysis of Supply Chains
2 NovemberBahavioural Aspects in Transport

 

 

 

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