The MIT Megacity Logistics Lab is partnering with Monterrey Tech Campus Santa Fé to explore sustainable urban freight solutions in the Azcapotzalco area in Mexico City. The research methodology devised for this project combines state-of-the art logistics data analytics and interactive visualization. Researchers include Monterrey Tech faculty: Dr. Josué Velazquez, Dr. Lourdes Muñoz, Dr. Raul Morales[…]
On Tuesday June 16, the Dutch company Slimstock awarded three scholarships to excellent students in the field of Supply Chain at the Dutch National Inventory Day. André Snoeck, visiting student at the Megacity Logistics Lab, received one of the awards to invest in his further academic development. André shared his plans when interviewed by the[…]
Daniel Merchán, graduate student at the MIT Megacity Logistics Lab, was awarded a research grant by Instituto de la Ciudad to continue his research work on urban logistics in Quito. This project will add another case study to the Better Cities for Logistics policy toolkit being developed at the Megacity Lab. Further details about the grant and[…]
The MIT Megacity Logistics Lab was awarded a MISTI 2014-2015 Seed Fund Grant. The Lab will be working with partners at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile on high resolution analysis of last mile operations using data from GPS sensors.