We congratulate Ines Sturz on her award!
Ines Sturz was awarded the "BME University Prize 2021" in the category "University of Applied Sciences" for her Master's thesis entitled "Quantitative Methodology for the Systematic Analysis, Evaluation and Reduction of Greenhouse Gases from Logistical CO₂e Measurement Data" at the 14th Scientific Symposium of the German Association of Materials Management, Purchasing and Logistics (BME). (BME) with the "BME University Award 2021" in the category "University of Applied Sciences Theses". This practice-oriented Master's thesis was written in cooperation with the Global Services - Transport Management division of Robert Bosch GmbH.
The university prize is awarded by a renowned jury and is endowed with 2,000 euros. The supervising Prof. Dr.-Ing. Payam Dehdari Payam Dehdari is very pleased. Only recently, his student Christoph Lindt won the Thesis Award of the German Logistics Association. Thus, two of the most important prizes for theses in logistics in Germany go to the HFT Stuttgart this year.