International Academic Conference on shipping sustainability solutions
1-3 March 2023: International Academic Conference on Shipping, Sustainability & Solutions
Kühne Logistics University (KLU), Hamburg, Germany
More information can be found here
Featuring: WASP final conference at March 1st
The role of shipping in global supply chains and in promoting economic development is well established. Shipping and ports, however, generate also substantial negative social and environmental impacts. The increasing awareness of these impacts has resulted in an array of policy measures and industry initiatives and is often seen as one of the drivers behind new technologies.
The urgency of some of the challenges faced by the maritime business and by society call for increasing attention from the research community to addressing some of the sustainability issues further. In view of the above, the Kühne Logistics University (KLU) and its Hapag-Lloyd Center for Shipping and Global Logistics (CSGL) invite authors and practitioners to convene in Hamburg from the 2nd and 3rd of March 2023 for an International Academic Conference on Shipping, Sustainablity & Solutions (SSS).
Call for abstracts and papers
There’s still a possibility to submit your papers or abstracts to take part in this conference. An overview of possible theme’s can be found here.
Depending on the number of submissions, the conference will be structured in parallel sessions. In addition to presentations of existing and ongoing research, participants will have the opportunity to submit a version of their work, which will be circulated to an assigned expert that will act as a discussant. Depending on interest special sessions will be organized.
16 December 2022 Abstract submission closing
31 December 2022 Authors notified of acceptance
30 January 2022 Extended abstract or full paper submission deadline (optional)
15 February 2023 Registration and final paper submission deadline
02 - 03 March 2023 Confernce takes place in Hamburg, Germany
The conference is supported by the Wind Assisted Ship Propulsion (WASP) project which is funded by the Interreg North Sea Region program of the European regional Development Fund.