海事运输与物流国际研讨会

International Workshop on Maritime Transport and Logistics

海事运输与物流国际研讨会

 

Venue: Conference Hall, College of Transport and Communications, Shanghai Maritime University

Date: Thursday 8 June 2017

 

8:30-9:00 Opening Ceremony

  1. Welcome message

  2. Group photo

9:00-10:30 Session 1

  1. Locating open-access intermodal container terminals in transport networks: Welfare maximisation approach, by Prof. Mike Bell, University of Sydney

  2. Modeling collusion-proof port emission regulation of cargo-handling activities under incomplete information,by Prof. Shiyuan Zheng, Shanghai Maritime University

  3. Contemporary issues and development of maritime transportation in the Arctic, by Prof. Adolf Ng, University of Manitoba,Canada

 

Tea break

 

11:00-12:00 Session 2

  1. Intelligence terminal and green port, by Dr. Jack Luo, Shanghai International Ports Group

  2. Bunker hedging with Expected Loss Control by buffered Probability of Exceedance and Conditional Value-at-Risk, by Prof. Xiaolin Sun, Shanghai Maritime University

 

Lunch

 

 

13:30-15:30 Session 3

  1. A Comparative Study on Port Studies between Sea and Air Transport based on Computational Text Analysis, by Dr. Paul Tae-Woo Lee (RMIT University); Sung-Ho Shin (RMIT University); Xiaowen Fu (University of Sydney)

  2. Economic analysis for ultra large containerships subject to fluctuating market factors, by Dr. Mo Zhu, Shanghai Maritime University

  3. Deriving linked logit models for forecasting trade and port throughput using dynamic entropy maximisation approach, by Mr. Collins Teye, PhD student, University of Sydney)

  4. How to evaluate the potential of modal shift policies for port-hinterland transportation?by Dr. Xuezong Tao, Shanghai Maritime University

 

Tea break

 

16:00-18:00 Session 3

  1. Emission charge and liner shipping network configuration - an economic investigation of the Asia-Europe route, by Dr. Xiaowen Fu, University of Sydney

  2. Impact analysis of bunker price and level of service on liner container shipping alliance for a long-haul service route, by Dr. Zui Xu, Shanghai Maritime University

  3. Scheduling Twin Automated Stacking Cranes for Task Assignment at Automated Container Terminals, by Mr. Yuqi Yin, PhD student, Shanghai Maritime University

  4. Managing transport operations at container terminals for environmental improvement, by Dr. Ying-En (Ethan) Ge, Shanghai Maritime University

 

19:00 Reception