SCTL Upcoming Events

Below are upcoming SCTL public events. To view our full event listing, please see our Trumba page or click on the calendar at right. If you're looking for a past event, check out our events archive.

AASHTO 2018 Joint Policy Conference: Connecting the DOTs (Barb Ivanov presenting)

When: July 17-19, 2018
Where: Davenport Grand Hotel, Spokane, Washingon

American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) 2018 Joint Policy Conference: Connecting the DOTs will bring together six AASHTO committees and councils to meet and discuss critical issues surrounding multimodal freight and passenger transportation planning and implementation, environment, funding, finance, and data. With 300 participants from all 52 AASHTO member departments, this is a unique opportunity to reach out and connect with key decision makers at State DOTs.

Urban Freight Lab Director Barbara Ivanov will present at 2 p.m on Thursday, July 19, at the Special Committee on Freight meeting on multistate efforts to address freight mobility and port connections.

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IPEX 2018: International Urban Freight Peer Exchange

When: September 11-12, 2018
Where: Embassy Suites by Hilton, Baltimore

The U.S. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the European Commission Directorate-General of Mobility and Transport (DG-MOVE) are pleased to announce the 2018 International Urban Freight Peer Exchange (IPEX). Join FHWA, DG-MOVE, and your American and European peers at this event to dialogue and learn about strategies for improved planning, operations, and management of urban freight.

FHWA and DG-MOVE are the partners of the US-EC Twinning Initiative, which seeks to develop and disseminate noteworthy urban freight practices and to connect urban freight practitioners from North America and Europe. The event will highlight key US-EC Twinning Initiative research and development projects, and provide opportunities for discussion on a range of topics, including first- and last-mile deliveries, freight and land use, uses of alternative fuels for freight vehicles, and social, political, and economic trends affecting freight and logistics.

The event will serve as a catalyst for continued information exchange on improved urban freight mobility, and a spark for new partnerships that grow and strengthen an international community of freight practitioners.

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Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master's Program Begins (Residency Week)

When: September 17-21, 2018
Where: University of Washington Campus and offsite field trips

Master of Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics courses are online, with the exception of SCTL 501 Logistics & Analysis, a one-week residency held on the UW campus in Seattle at the beginning of the program. Along with traditional in-class lectures and discussions, the week includes site visits to several local transportation hubs and supply chain facilities.
 
About this course: Logistics is the mathematics of managing goods along a supply chain. The complexity of logistics can be modeled, analyzed, visualized and optimized with a variety of mathematical techniques and software programs. Students learn fundamental frameworks for considering logistics analysis. Beginning with the key trade-offs between transportation and inventory cost, the course covers the major analytical frameworks of logistics including optimization and simulation. We also conduct a broad overview of the trade, transportation and logistics activities at the center of any supply chain operation, and highlight the relationship between infrastructure and trade.
 

New Students Welcome Reception

Join Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics students, alumni, faculty, Advisory Board members, and staff to welcome the newest SCTL cohort!

Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) Annual EDGE Conference

We'll be exhibiting at Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) Edge conference. From leading-edge content to cutting-edge supply chain solutions, EDGE reflects the unparalleled resources CSCMP offers today and symbolizes our unwavering commitment to supply chain in the future.

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