The “Innovation Forum Bio-Logistics” was a six-month project promoted by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research and initiated by the HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management, the Translational Centre for Regenerative Medicine (TRM) Leipzig as well as Leipzig University of Applied Sciences (HTWK).
The primary objective was to bring together the relevant actors from the field of logistics, especially those with a focus on biomedicine, as well as the establishment of a sustainable regional communication and cooperation platform.
Various logistics challenges still face the implementation of biomedical products. The requirements put on biomedical logistics have been investigated with the aid of a recent market study. The first results were presented within the framework of an opening workshop on 28th March 2011.
From May 17 to 19, 2011, the central event of the “Innovation Forum Bio-Logistics” took place in the Congress Center Leipzig – parallel to the med-Logistica, the congress and technical exhibition of hospital logistics. The program was made up of short presentations on the key aspects logistics, biomedicine and technology as well as ensuing workshops with a practical focus.
Companies and research institutions had the opportunity to pool their competences, establish new contacts, exchange experiences and make out innovation potential through cooperation. Moreover, the entire market study was presented.
In a concluding workshop on June 7, 2011, the results of the event and of the Innovation Forum were evaluated together with the project and consortium partners.
The topic Biomedical Logistics is addressed by the Chair on a continuative basis in discipline-specific events and projects.
Market study on biomedical logistics (in German)
Conference proceedings (in German)
Hausladen, I./Haas, A. (2015): Joint modeling of data flows and supply chains. Approach compilation and model development. NOFOMA 2015, Molde, Norway, 4-5 June 2015
Dachsel, B./Hausladen, I./Haas, A./Rakovska, M. Supply chain stress: analysis of influences and impacts. ERS Research Seminar Kopenhagen, Denmark, 23-24 April 2015
Hausladen, I./Dachsel, B./Haas, A. (2014) Trends and potentials of city logistics concept in the age of e-commerce from a sustainability perspective. City & Retail – Urban Suburban Virtual, Leipzig, Germany, 26-27 November 2014
Hausladen, I./Haas, A. (2014) A Joint Maturity Model of Bi-Driven Supply Chains. 14th International Scientific Conference on Business Logistics in Modern Management, Osijek, Croatia, 16 October 2014
Prof. Dr. Iris Hausladen Wie kommt das Paket pünktlich zum Kunden? Moderation Workshop „Studium und Karriere in der Logistik – Aktuelle Trends und Herausforderungen“ Wissenschaftstag Jugend Aktiv Mitteldeutschland Leipzig, Germany, 09 September 2014
Hausladen, I./Lichtenberg, A./Haas, A.: (2014): Supply Chain design in e-mobility supply chain networks. 6. Wissenschaftsforum Mobilität, Duisburg, Germany, 8 May 2014