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Previous Successful Applicants

The successful applicant for 2020/21 was:

  • Dr Sana Belguith, University of Salford, for " Drones-highway: Towards deploying a drones-based transport system in Greater Manchester".

The successful applicant for 2019/20 was:

  • Dr Akilah Jardine and Dr Alexander Trautrims, University of Nottingham, for "Disposable workers? Experiences of work in road freight transport and warehousing."

The successful applicants for 2018/19 were:

  • Dr Chia-Hsun Chang, Liverpool John Moores University, for "Risk evaluation of maritime autonomous surface ships in the UK". 
  • Dr Emrah Demir, Cardiff University, "Truck Platooning: The Future?"

The successful applicant for 2017/18 was:
  • Dr Debbie Hopkins, University of Oxford, for "Gender, Freight and Automation: The Future of UK Goods Mobility"

The successful applicants for 2016/17 were:
  • Dr Katherine Plant, University of Southampton, for "Improving hospital storeroom usability"
  • Dr Erica Ballantyne, Sheffield University Management School, for "The business of location: transport planning for the logistics workforce"

The successful applicants for 2015/16 were:
  • Dr Graham Heaslip, Galway Mayo Institute of Technology, Ireland for, “Learning from Humanitarian Aid: the development of a supply chain innovation model”
  • Dr George Maglaras, University of Stirling for, “Exploring the effects of power dynamics on commercial practices within supply networks: insights from the UK grocery sector”

  • Liam Fassam, University of Northampton for, “Supply chain food crime: can behaviours of supply chain factors affect food integrity”

The successful applicants for 2014/15 were:
  • Dr Rachel Aldred, Westminister University for, “Buses & cycles: using microsimulation modelling to explore interactions and delays”
  • Dr Claudia Colicchia, University of Hull for, “Enhancing cyber resilience in supply chains”

The successful applicants for 2013/14 were:
  • Dr Trung Thanh Nguyen, Liverpool John Moores University for, “A virtual port simulation/ optimisation framework to improve internal logistics and transport of container terminals in the UK and North West Europe”
  • Dr Ying Kei Tse, University of York, The York Management School for, “Exploring quality risk in the food supply chain : strategic insights from horsemeat scandals”

The successful applicants for 2012/13 were:
  • Dr Jeff Jia, University of Exeter, for “Impact of 3D printing technology on traditional food production supply chain – a case study on chocolate production”

The successful applicant for 2011/12 was:
  • Professor John Parkin, London South Bank University for, “A pilot study to investigate good vehicle driver and cycler user interaction”


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