Sustainable Campus Mobility and Logistics, International Autumn Academy

Programme for the Academy 

Monday 16.9. 

  • Welcoming words
  • Keynote presentations
  • Showcases, demonstrations and networking

 

Tuesday 17.9. (partly online)

  • Interactive workshop or hackathon

Sustainable Campus Mobility and Logistics – Online Talks 

10:00-10:45 (CET) Talk 1 “Shared campus mobility and logistics”

Panelists

Prof. Dr. Christian Rudolph, Head of the BMDV Endowed Chair of Cycling in Intermodal Transport Networks, TH Wildau

Karl Reiter, Institute for Transport Education Graz

Vappu-Kunnaala Hyrkki, Sustainability Coordinator, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences

Dr. Ville Henttu, Research Director, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences

Johanna Schelle, Project Manager Bicycle Parking Information Centre, Deutsche Bahn

TBC

 

11:00-11:45 (CET) Talk 2 “Cargo bikes and circularity”  

Panelists

Jap Kellner, Velo Lab

Björn Fischer, tricargo

Felix Dossmann, SV Gruppe

TBC

 

12:00-12:45 (CET) Talk 3 “The future of sustainable campus mobility including the presentation of the latest survey results collected jointly by different universities in Europe”

Panelists

Prof. Dr. Christian Grotemeier, RheinMain University of Applied Sciences

Prof. Dr. Simone Neumann, University Hamburg

Dr.-Ing. Tom Assmann, Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg

Vappu-Kunnaala Hyrkki, Sustainability Coordinator, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences

Dr. Ville Henttu, Research Director, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences

TBC

The online talks will be moderated by Prof. Dr. Sven Hermann, NBS Northern Business School

 

Wednesday 18.9.

  • Results of workshops or hackathon
  • Visit to Helsinki, logistics or mobility simulations (half-day)

 

Details of the program will be updated during spring 2024

 

Purpose of the Academy

Organizing the 3-day Academy during European Mobility Week is an international joint initiative to raise awareness and to promote discussions on sustainable and smart campus logistics.

The Academy serves as a catalyst for knowledge exchange, collaboration, innovation, and action planning, contributing to the advancement of sustainable and smart campus mobility logistics in the Baltic Sea region.

 

Target groups 

The Academy is targeted to the students and staff at Xamk and NBS Hamburg. Few other universities and secondary schools are invited to participate the Academy activities, either on the spot in Finland or on-line.

 

South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences and NBS Northern Business School Hamburg have prepared International Autumn Academy “Sustainable Campus Mobility and Logistics” as part of the European Mobility Week 16-22 September 2024.

 

Xamk Logistics and seafaring RDI is responsible of activities in Kotka.

Contact person:

Tiina Poikolainen, Research Manager, Logistics and Seafaring

tiina.poikolainen@xamk.fi