The objective of this course is to provide advanced understanding of freight transport demand and supply models at the micro (company/chain) and macro (city/region/country/world) level.
We discuss the development and application of freight transport system models, in particular for predicting future freight transport demand, designing freight transport networks and supporting planning and execution of freight transport operations in supply chains. The focus is on methods and applications of modelling, less on solution techniques for optimization. The course uses examples from the domain of port logistics, city logistics and intermodal transport.
Various freight transport demand and service design modeling techniques will be discussed.
No prerequisites are required other than basic understanding of mathematical notions at university level. Please consult lecturers when in doubt.
For more detailed information on the course and the course program please read the attached description.
Lecturers: Prof. Lori Tavasszy and Prof. Rob Zuidwijk
Course dates: 21 February, 7 March, 21 March, 4 April 2018
Time: 10.00 -16.00 h.
Location: Utrecht, Boswell-Beta, Laan van Puntenburg 2A
ECTS: 1 (attendance) – 4 (attendance + assignment)
Participation: free for TRAIL/Beta/OML members and PhD students of participating faculties
This course is part of the GP-OML program (www.GP-OML.nl)