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ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS LABORATORY (TRANSLOG) 1 © Prof. K. Zografos Transportation Systems and Logistics Laboratory Athens University of Economics and Business Prof. Konstantinos G. Zografos Evelpidon 47A and Lefkados Athens Greece Tel.: Fax.:
ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS LABORATORY (TRANSLOG) 2 © Prof. K. Zografos WP2: Overview of Relevant Trends and Translation into Parameters
ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS LABORATORY (TRANSLOG) 3 © Prof. K. Zografos WP2 OBJECTIVES (1): IDENTIFY THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TRANSPORT AND ENERGY USE THROUGH THEIR INTERACTION WITH THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT.
ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS LABORATORY (TRANSLOG) 4 © Prof. K. Zografos WP OBJECTIVES (2): IDENTIFY THE FACTORS AFFECTING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN: TRANSPORT LAND-USE ENERGY TAKE INTO ACCOUNT CHARACTERISTICS OF: VARIOUS TRANSPORT MODES FREIGHT PASSENGER TRANSPORT SYSTEM
ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS LABORATORY (TRANSLOG) 5 © Prof. K. Zografos Energy Supply PROPOSED APPROACH Socio-Economic Drivers Political Drivers Technological Drivers Logistics / SCM Trends Land Use Mobility trends Freight transport Passenger transport Energy Use / Management Energy Supply Energy Demand Direct Impact Feedback Impact
ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS LABORATORY (TRANSLOG) 6 © Prof. K. Zografos TASK 2.1: ANALYSIS OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT WORK BREAK-DOWN AND STRUCTURE WP1: STATE-OF-THE- ART WP2: TRANSPORT & ENERGY TRENDS AND TRANSLATION INTO MOBILITY INDICATORS TASK 2.1.1: LOGISTICS / SCM TASK 2.1.2: MOBILITY/ PASSENGER TASK 2.1.3: ENERGY TASK 2.2: IDENTIFICATION OF TRENDS TASK 2.2.1: LOGISTICS / SCM TASK 2.2.2: LAND USE TASK 2.2.3: MOBILITY TASK 2.2.4: ENERGY SUPPLY TASK 2.3: IDENTIFICATION OF PARAMETERS TASK 2.3.1: FREIGHT TRANSPORT TASK 2.3.2: PASSENGER TRANSPORT TASK 2.3.3: IMPACT ON ENERGY USE / SUPPLY TASK 2.4: SYNTHESIS
ATHENS UNIVERSITY OF ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS AND LOGISTICS LABORATORY (TRANSLOG) 7 © Prof. K. Zografos WP2- SCHEDULE Task I.D.Task DescriptionPartners involvedMonth Task 2.1ANALYSIS OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC, POLITICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL ENVIRONMENT Task 2.1.1LOGISTICS / SCMAUEB / TRANSLOG Task 2.1.2MOBILITY/ PASSENGERITS Task 2.1.3ENERGYKUL Task 2.2IDENTIFICATION OF TRENDS Task 2.2.1LOGISTICS / SCMAUEB / TRANSLOG Task 2.2.2LAND USES&W Task 2.2.3MOBILITYSTRATEC Task 2.2.4ENERGY SUPPLYKUL Task 2.3IDENTIFICATION OF PARAMETERS Task 2.3.1FREIGHT TRANSPORTAUEB / TRANSLOG Task 2.3.2PASSENGER TRANSPORTITS Task 2.3.3IMPACT ON ENERGY USE / SUPPLYKUL Task 2.4SYNTHESISAUEB / TRANSLOG D2: Transportation Systems and Energy Relationship Trends
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