• New Logistics, Supply Chain, Infrastructure and Transport Management
    Postgraduate Programs

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    Aviation Management

  • New
    Ports and Maritime Logistics Program

  • New
    Infrastructure Management

  • New Logistics and Supply Chain
    Management Program

  • New Transport Planning
    and Management

Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies

The Institute of Transport and Logistics Studies (ITLS) undertakes graduate teaching, management development programs, grant and contract research and development in the fields of transport, infrastructure, logistics and supply chain management. ITLS is part of Australia's Key Centre of Excellence in Transport Research and Education an international collaboration at three nodes: ITLS Sydney, ITS Monash and ITLS Africa.

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Our Experts

Behnam Fahimnia
Behnam Fahimnia

Dr Behnam Fahimnia is an Associate Professor of Supply Chain Management and Director of Logistics and Supply Chain Management Programs. Behnam specialises in supply chain planning and optimisation, supply chain risk management, greening of supply chains (balancing economic and environmental sustainability), and supply chain performance measurement/management. He is a recognised expert in the area of logistics and supply chain management and has consulted for several companies ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small and medium size Australian businesses.

Upcoming Seminar

Professor John Nelson, University of Aberdeen

A passenger-centric approach to flexible transport provision in rural areas ...More »

31 Mar 2015 - 11:00 am

In the Media

Geoffrey Clifton

NSW election 2015: Voters divided on WestConnex motorway, support more funding for public transport and cycleways
ABC News Online
25 Mar 2015

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Latest Working Paper

The challenges and opportunities of in-depth analysis of multi-day and multi-year data

Claudine Moutou; Thomas Longden; Peter Stopher and Wen Liu

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