Since 2019 : assistant professor in supply chain management, EM Normandie
2016-2018 : research fellow, Maritime Institute, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
2010-2016 : project assistant, University of Bremen, Germany
Year of publication
Tran, N.K 2015, 'Étudier la conception de réseaux pour le transport de conteneurs', PhD in Logistics & Maritime Business, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany.
Yin, Y, Lam, J.S.L & Tran, N.K 2021, 'Emission accounting of shipping activities in the era of big data', International Journal of Shipping and Transport Logistics (IJSTL), Vol. 13, No. 1/2, 2021, pp. 156-189. ABS : 1.
Jia, Haiying, Lam, J.S.L & Tran, N.K 2020, 'Spatial variation of travel time uncertainty in container shipping', Transportation Research Procedia, vol. 48, pp. 1740-1749.
Wu, J & Tran, N.K (2018) "Application of Blockchain Technology in Sustainable Energy Systems: An Overview. Sustainability", SCI indexed journal, vol.10(9), pp. 3067.
Tran, N.K & Haasis, H.D (2018) "A research on operational patterns in container liner shipping." Transport, vol. 33(3), pp.619–632.
Tran, N.K, Haasis, H.D & Buer, T (2016) "Container shipping route design incorporating the costs of shipping, inland/feeder transport, inventory and CO2 emission." Maritime Economics and Logistics, vol. 19(4), pp. 667-694.
Tran, N.K & Haasis, H.D. (2015) "Literature survey of network optimisation in container liner shipping." Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal, vol. 27, pp. 139-179.
Tran, N.K & Haasis, H.D. (2015) " An empirical study of fleet expansion and growth of ship size in container liner shipping." International Journal of Production Economics, vol. 159, pp. 241-253.
Tran, N.K & Haasis, H.D. (2014). "Empirical analysis of the container liner shipping network on the East-West corridor", Emerging SCI Indexed Journal. Netnomics, 15(3), pp. 121-153.
Tran, N. K (2011). "Studying port selection on liner routes: An approach from logistics perspective. Research in Transportation Economics", SCI Indexed Journal, vol. 32, pp. 39-53.