With the goal of minimizing the public health risk to our campus community related to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, all in-person classes will be suspended at HSE University – St Petersburg starting March 17, 2020 until further notice.
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All facets of logistics and supply chain management: field classes for HSE students at JSC 'Container Terminal St. Petersburg' and LLC 'STD Petrovich'
February 27, 2020. 43 students of the bachelor's programme “Logistics and Supply Chain Management” and the master's programme “Strategic Management in Logistics” at the Higher School of Economics - St. Petersburg were given the opportunity to get acquainted with such characteristics of JSC Container Terminal St. Petersburg and LLC STD Petrovich as infrastructure, work technology, transportation and handling equipment.
«IT WILL BE A PLEASURE AND AN HONOR FOR ME TO TEACH A COURSE AT HSE» - Mr. Wolfgang Kersten Kersten (Professor and Director of the Institute of Business Logistics and General Management at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) – INVITED PROFESSOR of the «Strategic Management in Logistics» Master's Program.
During the working meeting on March 15, 2019, an agreement in principle was reached on holding classes by prof. Wolfgang Kersten in November 2019 with first-year masters in the « Strategic Management in Logistics» program.In his reply prof. Kersten said: «… Thank you very much for your kind invitation to St. Petersburg! It will be a pleasure and an honor for me to teach a course at HSE…».
HAZARD Final Conference (Mitigating the Effects of Emergencies in the Baltic Sea Region Ports) 14-15 March in Tallinn, Estonia
At the invitation of the project manager HAZARD prof. Lauri Ojala (professor of Logistics Operations & Supply Chain Management, HAZARD Project Director, Turku School of Economics) on March 15, 2019, head of the department of Logistics and supply chain management, prof. V.S. Lukinsky and Academic Head of the «Strategic Management in Logistics» Master's Program, prof. V.V. Lukinsky took part in the final conference of the HAZARD project, which was held in Tallinn (Estonia). A project with a total budget of 4.3 M€is closing in spring 2019.
THE OTHER REALITY: a final lesson on the «Digital Logistics, Robotics and Additive Technologies» subject for the masters of the program «Strategic Management in Logistics»
On December 18, 2018, practical classes were held for the masters of the «Strategic Management in Logistics» program of the Higher School of Economics - St. Petersburg in the «DKS Technopark», Tver.
AT THE LEVEL OF THE BEST MASTER PROGRAMS IN LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: the results of the lessons of prof. Harri Lorentz (Turku School of Economics at the University of Turku, Finland) in St. Petersburg
In December 2018, Professor Lorentz held classes at HSE - St. Petersburg with the masters of the «Strategic Management in Logistics» program in the framework of the «Integrated supply chain planning» course.
AT THE LEVEL OF THE BEST MASTER PROGRAMS IN LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: the results of the lessons of prof. Rob Zuidwijk (Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Netherlands) in St. Petersburg
In November 2018, Professor Zuidwijk held classes at HSE - St. Petersburg with the masters of the «Strategic Management in Logistics» program in the framework of the «Integrated supply chain planning» course. Each meeting with students turned into a fascinating discussion on current research in Global Supply Chain Design (global supply chain scenarios while using a quantitative tool), Intermodal Networks (design, planning and execution of intermodal network services), Interorganizational systems in Global Logistics(the benefits of global trade and supply chains), Sustainable Supply Chains (the development of sustainable ports in their role as hub in global networks).