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Research Projects

All research activities of HSBA professors can be found in the publication database. This page gives an overview of ongoing and completed third-party projects.

Ongoing Research Projects

Eine Uni – Ein Buch: HSBA on a Journey through Time - Off to the Future!

Involved persons at HSBA Prof. Dr. Peter Scholz, Franziska Buttler
Duration April 2019 - October 2019
Funding Stifterverband & Klaus Tschira Stiftung (Eine Uni - Ein Buch)
Project ideas Testing original event formats for a heterogeneous audience on the subject of "digital change".

FutureProof Skills for the Maritime Transport Sector - Skillsea

Involved persons at HSBA Prof. Dr. Orestis Schinas, Prof. Dr. Max Johns
Duration 2019 - 2022
Funding European Union, Erasmus+ (Key Action 2 – Sector Skill Alliances)
Project idea Development of common European training concept for the maritime industry, which shall compensate the shortage of skilled workers in that industry.

Completed Research Projects

Wirtschaft am Strom - Model Region Electromobility

Involved persons at HSBA Prof. Dr. Michael Höbig, Carsten Oppitz
Duration 2013 - 2017
Funding BMWI (Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy)
Project idea Investigation of the usage of battery-powered vehicles in commercial traffic.

Last Mile Logistics - Urban Delivery Logistics

Involved persons at HSBA Prof. Dr. Jan Ninnemann, Prof. Dr. Ann-Kristin Hölter
Duration 2016 - 2018
Funding BWVI Hamburg Authority for Economic Affairs, Traffic and Innovation)
Project idea Consulting on the optimisation of delivery logistics in Hamburg, investigation and development of a new last mile logistics model.

eHealth Hamburg

Involved persons at HSBA Prof. Dr. Kamyar Sarshar
Duration 2016 - 2017
Funding Health Economy Hamburg GmbH
Project idea Analisis of economic potential and derivation of recommendations for action regarding eHealth potential Hamburg.

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

Involved persons at HSBA Prof. Dr. Orestis Schinas
Duration 2011 - 2013
Funding EU, Marco Polo II Programme (CLA - Common Learning Action)
Project idea Investigation of "green", meaning sustainable logistic alternatives through dedicated training for inland-sea/ sea rail transport and the development of a "Toolbox" for marketing of green services.
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