Dr Sergio Caballero completed his PhD program at Tecnológico de Monterrey on the 14th of May 2015. Dr Caballero worked at the Megacity Lab in Boston and in Mexico City for his PhD. During his PhD he has published several outstanding papers, and received an award at POMS 2014.
We have several UROP openings at the lab during the Spring. Join us by applying here. Project Title: MIT Megacity Logistics Lab: KM2 and Compass Project Description: We have developed prototype web tools that allow analysis and visualization of relevant urban logistics data at the square kilometer level (KM2) and at the company operational level (Compass). We are looking[…]
Doctoral Candidate Yin Jin Lee from the Megacity Logistics Lab, presented her research at the MIT Transportation Showcase. The poster can be downloaded here.
The MIT Megacity Lab welcomes 3 new research visitors this Spring: Professor Adriana Gabor from the School of Echonomics at Erasmus University, Dr. Matthias Winkenbach researcher at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, and Andre Snoeck, graduate student from Endihoven University of Technology. They will work on developing new models to design Future City Logistics Networks[…]
Dr. Matthias Winkenbach, Megacity Logistics Lab alumni, was awarded the 2014 Science Award for SCM by BVL International in Germany http://www.bvl.de/en/sascm.
Seven undergraduate students from ITESM campus Santa Fé joined the MIT Megacity Logistics Lab for a summer research program on urban logistics, welcome!
Sergio Caballero, doctoral student at ITEMS campus Toluca and Visiting student at the Megacity Lab, received the 2014 Emerging Economies Doctoral Student Award at the POMS meeting in Atlanta. More details in the POMS award site.
Congratulations to Dr. Edgar Blanco for being promoted to Principal Research Associate at MIT!
Dr Edgar Blanco shared his vision on megacity logistics as the keynote speaker in Foro IndustrialTec, hosted by ITESM in Mexico City.
Megacity Lab featured in Computer Stories, MIT Students Create Digital Open Source Maps of Supply Chains