Logistics Dissertation of the Year Awards
CILT sponsors the Logistics Dissertation of the Year Awards which are presented each year at the LRN Conference Dinner.
The LRN Logistics Dissertation of the Year Awards 2019 are now closed! Watch this space for the 2020 nomination dates.
The Logistics Dissertation of the Year Awards are split into the following categories:
Undergraduate - Winner receives a framed certificate and a cheque for £250
Winner receives a framed certificate and a cheque for £250
Awards are open to students based at UK and Republic of Ireland universities whose dissertations have been examined and passed during the appropriate calendar year. No more than one nomination per named degree course may be submitted and resubmissions will not be accepted. All submissions must be accompanied by a nomination form.
For the purpose of the Dissertation Awards, logistics is defined as:
The management, planning, implementation and control of the efficient and effective procurement, movement and storage of goods (materials, parts and finished product inventory) and services and the relation information flows between the point of origin and the point of consumption in order to achieve cost-effective customer satisfaction.
All nominations must be submitted in soft and hard copy. Please see the nomination form for more detail when available.
James Cooper Memorial Cup (PhD)
CILT sponsors the James Cooper Memorial Cup which is presented each year at the LRN Conference Dinner.
The James Cooper Memorial cup 2019 is now closed! Watch this space for 2020 nomination dates.
The Award, in memory of Professor James Cooper, was inaugurated in 2000. It is presented annually to students at UK or Republic of Ireland universities. The Award is for research that makes an original contribution to the field and is directly relevant to the management of logistics and distribution. Submissions must clearly demonstrate the aforementioned criteria and may be submitted by the individual or his/her supervisor.
All submissions must be submitted in soft copy. Please see the submission form for more detail when available.
Winner receives the James Cooper Memorial Cup (held for a year, then taken back for engraving), a framed certificate and a cheque for £250.
Congratulations to the winners of the Logistics Dissertation of the Year Awards 2018
Kirsty Spurrell, Aston University - An investigation into the efficiency of materials flows within a functioning automotive assembly plant
Janet Kavanagh, Dublin Institute of Technology - Co-opetition with a supply chain lens, can it add a strategic advantage?
Thao Vu Phuong, University of Hull - Logistics Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction in Hai Phong (Vietnam)
James Cooper Memorial Cup
Haiyan Lu, Cardiff University - Investigation of sustainable supply chains implementation: A social network perspective
Investigation of sustainable supply chains implementation: A social network perspective
Serena Martin, Aston University - An analysis of local foodbank logistics
Graham Kirkup, Cranfield University - Simulation modelling of blood product deliveries to hospitals in the UK
James Cooper Memorial Cup
Agustina Calatayud Ph.D, Newcastle University - Understanding connectivity to international markets: a complex network perspective