Bremen Research Cluster for Dynamics in Logistics (LogDynamics) at the University of Bremen conducts research investigating dynamics processes in logistic systems. The strategic objectives pursued by the cluster are:
- Sustainability of fundamental research
- Transfer of research results into the industry
- Education and training on highest level
- International visibility of Bremen‘s research in logistics

LogDynamics is a cooperating network of research groups from four faculties of the University of Bremen: Production Engineering, Business Studies/Economics, Mathematics/ Computer Science, Physics/ Electrical Engineering. Associated partners are: BIBA – Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH and the Institute of Shipping Economics and Logistics (ISL) as well as the Jacobs University Bremen gGmbH.

LogDynamics Lab - Demonstration and Application Centre for technologies in Logistics

What we offer

The LogDynamics Lab is a plat-form for researchers and industry to develop and explore advanced technologies for real-world prob-lems in logistics.

On 1000 square meters of hall space, as well as opportunities and infrastructure for mechanical, electrical and information engi-neering, the lab is dedicated – among others - to the following topics:

- Mobile technologies, smart products and their use in dynamic and complex logistics networks
- More efficient and safer con-trol methods for logistic processes and systems
- Low-risk and low-cost development and test possibilities of new technologies around logistics

What we are looking for

LogDynamics is interested in:
- collaboration with industrial and academic partners within EU- and national-funded R&D projects,
- conducting contract research for industrial partners,
- joining international project consortia that intend to submit an FP7 proposal and are looking for further partners.
The cluster is active in worldwide networks and co-operate closely with industrial and academic partners who could also contribute to the projects, if required.

Collaboration sought

  • Research & Development
  • Technical Co-operation



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