Yang Yang, Research associate
Yang Yang is a research associate and PhD student at the chair of Maritime Economics since March 2019. For her bachelor study, she majored in Logistics Engineering at Changsha University of Science & Technology in China and successfully completed the degree in 2015. From 2015 to 2017, she studied Logistics focus on port operation (M.Eng) at Shanghai Maritime University and she wrote her master thesis with the topic “Automation Strategies and Operation Optimization Problems in Container Yard”. During and shortly after her study, she worked in an automotive company for 2 years as a logistics planning engineer.
Publications and working papers
- Yang, Y., Liu, Q., & Chang, C. (2022). China-Europe freight transportation under the first wave of COVID-19 pandemic and government restriction measures. Research in Transportation Economics, (November), 101251.
- Liu, Q., Yang, Y., Ke, L., & Ng, A. K. Y. (2022). Structures of port connectivity, competition, and shipping networks in Europe. Journal of Transport Geography, 102(May), 103360.
- Yi, D., Yang, Y., Heilig, L., Lalla-Ruiz, E., & Voss, S. (2021). Deployment and retrofit strategy for rubber-tyred gantry cranes considering carbon emissions. Computers & Industrial Engineering, 161(August), 107645.
- Ding, Y., Wei, X. J., Yang, Y., & Gu, T. Y. (2017). Decision support based automatic container sequencing system using heuristic rules. Cluster Computing, 20(1), 239–252.
- Ding, Y., Yang, Y., Sha, M., Lin, G. (2017). Integrated methodology for scheduling of yard cranes and internal trucks in a container terminal. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems, 23(4):892-902.