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Advanced Training as Scientific Innovation Ambassador

January - July 2021, Bremen

How can I make my transport chain more environmentally friendly? Which unused synergies are slumbering in my internal process flows? Do I have to rely more on artificial intelligence in order not to lose the connection to the current state of the art? In the future, the logistics sector in Bremen will be supported by scientific innovation ambassadors to solve its challenges.

The logistics sector - one of the most important driving forces for the Bremen economy - is characterized by small and medium-sized players. Aligning their organization to innovation presents SMEs with challenges that they often cannot meet. Even if potentials are known, companies are not necessarily able to exploit them on their own. The project BreLogIK (Bremer Logistik Transfer- und Innovationskultur), in which BIBA is involved as a partner, starts here in order to exploit so far unused possibilities in close cooperation between Bremen's science and logistics industry.

In this context, the BreLogIK project partners offer scientists in the state of Bremen an upgrade training course series to become scientific innovation ambassadors for the Bremen logistics industry. Start of the training is January 2021 and it will presumably end in July 2021.

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Lecture Series "Dynamics in Logistics - 25 Years of Logistics Research in Bremen"

May 5 - December 1, 2021, online


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2021 is an anniversary year: the University of Bremen celebrates its 50th and BIBA its 40th anniversary, 55 years ago the first container was introduced by the Bremen Ports and the Bremen Research Cluster for Dynamics in Logistics (LogDynamics for short) has been successfully conducting logistics research in Bremen for 25 years. The interdisciplinary cooperation within the university as well as with external partners, such as the institutes BIBA, ISL and Jacobs University Bremen, has become an integral part of the research and transfer landscape in the federal state of Bremen and is appreciated by business and science both nationally and internationally.

LogDynamics celebrates its anniversary with several activities. Among others, a lecture series "Dynamics in Logistics - 25 Years of Logistics Research in Bremen" (in German) starting on May 5. On the first Wednesday of each month from 5 to 6 pm, LogDynamics scientists will present their research activities. The topics range from container logistics to digitalization and sustainability issues.

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