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MLOG/ZLOG Webinar, February 27, 2009 - Many organizations, from the Red Cross to pharmaceutical firms, depend on efficient supply chains to deliver goods, services, and people to parts of the world where they are desperately needed. Learn about how you could have a ...
Bryan Wilson, SCM ResearchFest 2010
Dr. Amanda Schmitt, Postdoctoral Associate
CTL Last Wednesday Webinars @ Noon Series, June 24: There has been much research on how to make the production of renewable energy more economically viable, but relatively little on the delivery of this vital resource. A collaborative effort between MIT CTL, the ...
Joseph Coughlin, Director of the AgeLab and New England University Transportation Center, discusses Reimagining Transportation For An Aging Population.
MIT CTL Last Wednesday Webinar @ Noon, March 25, 2009 - CTL researcher Dr. Edgar E. Blanco discusses his current focus on energy and carbon efficient supply chains.
With the 10^5 Competition, MIT's Vehicle Design Summit (VDS) will leverage distributed innovation to build a better car.
Chris Caplice, Transplace Annual Symposium, May 2010
Cath Malseed, P&G - Director, Coffee Product SupplyCrossroads 2006: Simulating Disruption to Business RecoveryCath Malseed was part of the team charged with getting P&G's New Orleans facility back up and running after Hurricane Katrina. Malseed outlines the ...
Conducted by Oyvind Berle, visiting PhD candidate at the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics
An interview with Professor Bjorn Egil Asbjornslett of NTNU, discussing port resilience on October 28, 2009