To gain an overview of transport and logistics innovations and to learn which factors determine success or failure of an innovation.
Containerization, from horse to Porsche, from 80 days around the world to just 24 hours: the world of transportation and logistics innovations is fascinating. This course gives an introductory overview of past, current and future transport innovations. Road pricing, public transport chip card, electric vehicles, biofuels, Intelligent Speed Adaptation (ISA), freight transport innovations, etc., will be used as examples.
This course aims to improve the participants’ knowledge of:
– Past, current, and future technological developments of transport innovations;
– Success and failure conditions of transport innovations;
– Technological and societal conditions for the implementation of transport innovations;
– Innovation theories and methodological approaches in order to give PhD candidates some baggage which they might use in their thesis. Because, let’s face it, most theses aim to contribute to something ‘new’.
Please find more detailed information on the course program in the attached document below.
Course leaders: Prof. dr. Harry Geerlings (EUR), Dr. Jan Anne Annema (TUD), Dr. B. Wiegmans (TUD)
Date: 12 November 2021
Time: 09.15 – 16.00 h
Location: TU Delft or online (t.b.d)
ECTS: 1 (attendance only) – 2 (attendance + passing the assignment)
Participation: free for TRAIL/Beta/OML/ERIM members and PhD students of participating TRAIL faculties (first come first go); others please contact the TRAIL Office firstname.lastname@example.org.