L-3D at the international research seminar in Paris, by Logistics City Chair

On 9 November 2022, Giacomo Lozzi from TRElab presented the activities of the Logistics Living Lab (LLL) in Rome and the L-3D project at the international research seminar organised by the Logistics City Chair. The event presented recent research results on urban logistics and e-commerce mobilities.

The event took place on the Paris campus of the École des Ingénieurs de la Ville de Paris/Université Gustave Eiffel and with 6 presentations (in English) and an introduction by Jonathan Sebbane and Laetitia Dablanc.

Please find below the links to the presentations:

Introduction by Jonathan Sebbane (Sogaris) et Laetitia Dablanc (Logistics City Chair) : presentation

First session. Presentations by 3 speakers:
– Anne Goodchild (University of Washington) – Bringing curbs to light; estimating the value of digital curb availability data : presentation
– Adrian Friday (Lancaster University) – FlipGig: Digitally transforming deliveries and collections in the gig-economy : presentation
– Matthieu Schorung (Université Gustave Eiffel) – Geography of warehouses in the United States and spatial patterns of Amazon warehouses : presentation

Second session. Presentations by 3 speakers:
– Giacomo Lozzi (Università degli studi Roma TRE) – Improving stakeholder engagement for urban logistics: the L-3D project : presentation
– Travis Fried (University of Washington) – New spatial patterns for e-commerce warehousing and implications for equity : presentation
– Heleen Buldeo Rai (Université Gustave Eiffel) – Proximity logistics and how warehouses can become good neighbors : presentation

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