Matthias Kalverkamp, M.Sc.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management: current research foci are supply chains and procurement for automotive remanufacturing and markets for automotive recycling. This includes environmental assessments of corresponding reuse and recycling options.
Previous research and professional activities: new IC Technologies in logistics processes, Serious Gaming in logistics and operations, and business process management.
Since 2014, Matthias Kalverkamp is a research scientist in the research group Cascade Use at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg where he also started his PhD in 2015.
Prior to joining Cascade Use, Matthias conducted applied research projects and training for graduate students. During his time at BIBA – Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH, he was a work package leader in the EU project ELLIOT, and he was responsible for a Scientific and Technological Cooperation (German: WTZ) project with the University Arturo Prat in Iquique/Chile about sustainable raw mineral extraction. Furthermore, he was involved with curriculum development and teaching.
Matthias holds a Master of Science degree in logistics, granted in 2010 by the University of Applied Sciences Münster. During his master studies, Matthias worked in the paper industry. For his master thesis, he went to Ecuador for field research about process optimization and change management in international contexts. Matthias holds a Bachelor degree (B.A.) in economics and Spanish studies from the University of Duisburg-Essen.