Aligning market needs with integrated sustainable transportation, logistics, and land-use planning: a unified approach
June 27 – July 2, 2022
This Summer School is a 2021 postponed activity due to the Covid-19 restrictions. The Program is currently under revision and will be made available on this web page.
The VIU Summer School on Advanced Transportation, Logistics and Supply Chain Management is an initiative of VIU in partnership with its member universities Iuav, Ca’ Foscari, the University of Padova, KU Leuven, Stellenbosch, and Tsinghua, in cooperation with the University of Naples Federico II.
The program develops an original comprehensive approach, bringing into focus the need for synergic engagement among policy-makers, planners, and private and public actors in transport, logistics and supply chain management.
The participants will explore the latest innovations in technology, business models, and policy-making. Through rigorous and non-conventional empirical and theoretical approaches we will explore emerging trends, strategic scenarios, IT and modelling tools (including demo labs), methods, case studies, and applied projects, and discuss how these can support business and policy-makers, achieve environmental sustainability, and socio-economic efficiency. Disruptive digital trends will be confronted with the physical impacts on the territory (“bits vs bricks” perspective).
Marco Mazzarino, Iuav University of Venice (Scientific Coordinator)
Vittorio Marzano, University of Naples Federico II (Scientific Coordinator)
Johann Andersen, Stellenbosch University
Constantinos Antoniou, Technical University of Munich (TUM)
Sergio Barbarino, Procter & Gamble, Brussels Innovation Center
Giuseppe Borruso, University of Trieste
Robert Boute, KU Leuven
Ennio Cascetta, University of Naples Federico II
Maurizio Cociancich, Iuav University of Venice/VIU
Eleonora Di Maria, University of Padova
Andrea Furlanetto, TICONTRACT GmbH
Carlos Lima Azevedo, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)/MIT, Boston
Dario Menichetti, PTV Group
Stefano Micelli, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
Mingyao Qi, Tsinghua University
Lucio Rubini, Venice International University
Who is it for?
Applications are welcome from graduates who have completed an undergraduate degree in Planning, Engineering, Geography, Economics, IT, Design, and Political Science. Applications are also welcome from professionals working in related fields.
Fees will be announced before the Call for Applications.
VIU Alumni are eligible for a reduced fee.
The fees will cover tuition, course materials, lunches in the San Servolo cafeteria (5 and a half working days on campus), social events.
Student participants will be responsible for covering their own travel expenses to and from Venice and local transportation.
PhD candidates and post-docs from EU universities may be eligible for Erasmus+ mobility grant support. Candidates should consult the International Office in their own university for information about the calls for applications for funding. VIU will provide any supporting documentation requested for such applications. Contact VIU Erasmus office: email@example.com
ECTS credits equivalence: 3
A Certificate of Attendance will be issued at the end of the course.
Accommodation costs on campus
Complete information about the costs of accommodation on campus will be available in the Brochure and Application form.
Applicants must submit the application form, a letter of motivation – which should include a brief description of the candidate’s research interests, a curriculum vitae and a photo.
Admitted candidates will be notified by March 17 and asked to pay the tuition fee and accommodation (if requested) by March 27, 2022.
The program will admit from a minimum of 16 to a maximum of 30 participants.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing, VIU will continue to monitor the situation. Should the COVID-19 situation prevent international travel or the confirmation of the program on campus as scheduled, the activity will be moved online. Applicants and confirmed participants will be informed of any changes.