Matthias Kalverkamp, M.Sc.
Logistics and Supply Chain Management; previous focus: new IC Technologies in logistics processes, Serious Gaming in logistics and operations; current research focus are supply chains und markets for automotive recycling.
From 2004 till 2008 Matthias Kalverkamp studied Economics and cultural area studies (Spanish) at the University of Duisburg-Essen. He specialized in Logistics (M.Sc.) from 2008 till 2010 at the University of Applied Sciences Münster.
Matthias worked in the paper industry during his master studies. In 2010 he went to Ecuador for field research for his master thesis about process optimization and change management in international contexts.
After his studies, Matthias stayed in academic research and training. By the end of 2011 he started to work in Bremen at BIBA –Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH. He was responsible for BIBA’s contributions and a specific work package in the EU project ELLIOT (FP7 www.elliot-project.eu). Furthermore, he did teaching and was involved in proposal writing for new research projects. Until recently he was responsible for a successfully acquired Scientific and Technological Cooperation (German: WTZ) project with the University Arturo Prat in Iquique/Chile about sustainable raw mineral extraction (http://www.biba.uni-bremen.de/pm20140205.html?&L=1).
Since July 2014 Matthias is a research scientist in the research group Cascade Use at the University of Oldenburg.