The BVL has been awarding this young talent award for outstanding bachelor and master theses since 2010. The Thesis Award can be awarded to up to 50 young logistics professionals.
Only professors of logistics institutes at universities, colleges, universities of applied sciences and vocational academies have the opportunity to award outstanding theses and thus outstanding junior logistics and logisticians. The Thesis Conference will again be the meeting place and discussion platform for graduates and young professionals at the German Logistics Congress 2019. Selected works are presented and there is the possibility to receive further suggestions for career planning.
The prize will be awarded for the 10th time this year. Some winners have been honored for both their bachelor's and master's theses. Among the winners are the later winners of the Science Award Logistics Dr.-Ing Max Gath (University of Bremen) and Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Rank (TU Dresden).
50 applicants are selected from thousands of applicants.
There are no costs involved with the application for this prize.
Applicants must present outstanding work in the fields of logistics and supply chain management with a strong practical focus in their thesis.
The work submitted for this competition involves several years worth of conducted research.
Nominations for this award can only be made by your supervisor/professor via the online website. The nomination page will also be activated and achievable only in the nomination period.