Ph D Research Project Ph D Research Projects are advertised opportunities to examine a pre-defined topic or answer a stated research question.Some projects may also provide scope for you to propose your own ideas and approaches.Logistics Research is a peer-reviewed open access journal published under the Springer Open brand.
will publish research on international aspects of transport management such as business strategy, communication, sustainability, finance, human resource management, law, logistics, marketing, franchising, privatisation and commercialisation...
Read more will publish research on international aspects of transport management such as business strategy, communication, sustainability, finance, human resource management, law, logistics, marketing, franchising, privatisation and commercialisation.
Funded Ph D Project (European/UK Students Only) This project has funding attached for UK and EU students, though the amount may depend on your nationality.
Non-EU students may still be able to apply for the project provided they can find separate funding.
Self-Funded Ph D Students Only This project does not have funding attached.
You will need to have your own means of paying fees and living costs and / or seek separate funding from student finance, charities or trusts.
‘Logistics for IT’ addresses the logistical aspects of the production of IT services itself, like data center and cloud operations management or the design and operation of IT service supply chains.
The editorial area welcomes design science oriented as well as empirical papers.
The editorial area “Quantitative Methods and Decision Support Systems” seeks innovative quantitative contributions in modeling and solving real world logistics and supply chain management problems including freight and public transportation, intermodal transportation, warehousing and inventory management, performance measurement in logistics and at the interfaces of logistics to other disciplines as finance, manufacturing, marketing, and procurement.
All kinds of Operations Research methods, in particular exact and heuristic algorithms and simulation to support decision making in logistics are welcome.