Violeta Roso

Associate Professor, Technology Management and Economics
Director of studies, Doctoral programme in Technology Management and Economics

Violeta Roso is an Associate Professor at the Division of Service Management and Logistics. She has been researching on dry ports since 2003 and today is the leading researcher within the subject with numerous highly cited publications.

The main idea behind the concept of dry port is improved seaport inland access that could generate benefits like increased seaport capacity and productivity, movement of goods from road to rail, lower environmental impact and regional development.

Violeta has acted as a visiting academic at UNSW in Sydney, Australia; and at UNF, Florida, USA. She supervises PhD and master students, teaches master and postgraduate courses.
Master's programmes:
1.    TEK 122 Freight Transport Systems, examiner and lecturer (2011, 2012)
2.    TEK 121 Freight Transport Systems, lecturer and course assistant (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010)
3.    TEK 120 Transport Systems, lecturer and course assistant (2006)
4.    IMA 065 Supply chain design and management, course assistant (2005)
5.    ITR 371 Fundamentals of logistics, lecturer and course assistant (2003, 2004, 2005, 2006)
6.    ITS 022 Technology for a Global Sustainable Society, guest lecturer (2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
7.    SMLA09 Miljö- och kvalitetsstyrning ur ett logistiksystem, Lund University; guest lecturer (2010, 2011)

Postgraduate programmes:
1.    Sustainable logistics and freight transport Part II, examiner and lecturer (2011)
2.    Dissertation analysis; guest lecturer (2010, 2011)

Published: Fri 13 Apr 2012. Modified: Sun 17 Sep 2017