GIS based modeling and analysis of food distribution – the case of online shopping
Even though online food shopping is increasing, its impact on logistics activities and environment needs to be understood well. Customers, policy makers and actors of food supply chain demand scientific information on the impact of changing food marketing and delivery activities.
Credits: 30 credits
Start: January 2020
This GIS based study is planned to model and evaluate the potential environmental impacts associated to the online shopping, order management, logistics activities of food products in urban areas. Case study and data collection will be determined based on interest of the student.
1. Techane Bosona (PhD), Department of Energy and Technology, SLU Email: Techane.email@example.com Phone: +46 18671851 (or +46737823554)
2. Prof Girma Gebresenbet, Department of Energy and Technology, SLU Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: +4618671901