Research Projects

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Selected Research Projects

Here you'll find information on HSBA research activities which are not necessarily reflected in publications or conference papers, yet represent an important contribution to research at the HSBA.

Current Research Projects

Last Mile Logistics - Inner City Delivery Logistics

Inhalt Consulting to optimise inner city delivery logistics in Hamburg, analysis and development of a new last mile logistics model
involvement of HSBA staff Prof. Dr. Jan Ninnenman, Prof. Dr. Ann-Kristin Hölter, Prof. Dr. Ralf Strauss
workpackages HSBA Project lead and management
Partner HTC, first mile
Sponsor BWVI
Duration 2016-2017

"Economy on electricity" - Electromobility Model Region

Content Analysis and study of battery-powered commercial vehicles in commercial traffic
involvement of HSBA staff Prof. Dr. Michael Höbig, Carsten Oppitz (PhD student)
HSBA's Workpackage Development of pricing modells
Project Partner Europcar, Ministry of Finance of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg, Chamber of Commerce Hamburg, hySolutions, Mercedes-Benz Bank, Nissan, Renault, RCI Bank, TUHH, Vattenfall, Volkswagen
Grant sponsor BMWI (Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy)
Duration 2013-2017

Completed Research Projects

X-Posse – Cross-Training of Port Officers in Sea-Rail and Sea-River Operations in Europe

Content Developing "green", that is, environmentally friendly logistics for alternative based targeted training for sea inland / sea-rail transport and the development of a "toolbox" for the marketing of "green" services
HSBA staff involved Prof. Dr. Orestis Schinas
HSBA's workpackages Project Lead and scientific responsibility, development of training materials, training the trainers, dissemination, marketing and publication
Partner I3 Group (Brussels, BE), Innovamar (Madrid, SP), CTL (Rome, IT), MARI (Genua, IT), CFLI (Venice, IT), ShipCon (Limassol, CY), El Victor (Athens, GR), CYMEPA (Limassol, CY), PoG (Gijon, SP)
Grant sponsor EU, Marco Polo II Programme (CLA - Common Learning Action)
Duration 2011-2013
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