Student mobility is an important part of the GreenSilk – Efficient and Green Logistics Management along the Silk Road. At the end of their virtual stay at the University of Bremen, all scholarship holders hold a presentation to their German and Chinese supervisors: Prof. Haasis, Prof. Du and Prof. Sun. This online student mobility was supported by Ms. Tu from the International Office at the Zhongyuan University of Technology and by Mr. Brinker from the team of the Chair of Maritime Business and Logistics at the University of Bremen.
Thus, the bachelor candidates, Ms. Xiong Yuqing and Mr. Hailong Bai, reported on “Cross-border E-commerce Logistics enabled by New Silk Road Logistics” and “The role of Zhengzhou in connection with New Silk Road Logistics”.
Two master candidates, Ms. Menyang Zhou and Ms. Lingchen Wang, prepared presentations about “Supply Chain Issues in connection with New Silk Road Logistics” and “Information Management Issues in connection with New Silk Road Logistics”. All presentations were actively discussed and very good graded.