Prof. Dr. habil. Wolfgnag H. Schulz
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Position:

Leiter Weiterbildung und Transfer | ZU Executive Education | Pioneer Port & Transfer | Leitung Center for Mobility Studies | CfM

Institution:

ZU Executive Education | Pioneer Port & Transfer | Leitung Center for Mobility Studies | CfM

Vita:

Academic Education

2004 Habilitation

  • University of Cologne - Thesis: „Industrial Economics and Transport Sector – market
    Dynamics and Market Adjustments in Freight Transportation“

1994 Promotion (Dr. rer.pol)

  • University of Cologne - Thesis: „Rationalization potentials in the transport and
    telematics infrastructure – methods and empirical results of benefit-cost analysis“

1987 Diploma in Economics

  • Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Thesis: „The OPEC as an example of international commodity
    strategy“

Academic Experience

  • Since 2013 - Zeppelin University, Friedrichshafen
  • Since 2019 - Dean of ZU Executive Education
  • Since 2019 - Head of Executive Education and Research

Transfer

  • 2017 – 2018 - Dean of Corporate Management & Economics
  • Since 2013 - Professor of Economics & Transport Economics
  • Since 2013 - Chair for Mobility, Trade & Logistics
  • Since 2013 - Head of the Center for Mobility Studies
    Academic Director of the Executive Master in Mobility Innovations

2005 – 2013 Fresenius University of Applied Science, Cologne
Muster-Unternehmen (Stadt, Länderkürzel)

  • 2008 – 2013 - Founder and Dean oft he Bachelor Program Logstics & Retail
  • 2005 – 2013 - Professor of Economics

1990 – 2013 University of Cologne

  • 2004 – 2013 - Associate Professor of Economic Political Science
  • 1995 – 2001 - Research Assistant (C1-Position)
  • 1990 – 2004 - CEO Assistant at the Institute for Transport Economics (CEO Prof. Dr. Herbert Baum)

07/2012 – 12/2012 University of Essen

  • Researcher at the Chair for Economic Policy (Prof. Dr. Herbert Baum), Department of Economics

Memberships

  • Since 2018 - Member of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum
  • Since 2016 - Member oft he Transport Reserach Board Working Group „Social and Economic Factors of Transportation (ADD20)
  • Since 2015 - Forschungsgesellschaft für Straßen- und Verekrhswesen (FGSV) e. V.
  • Since 2012 - Lifetime Member oft he Midwest Political Science Association
  • Since 2012 - Member oft he Instiute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) ITS Society
  • 2010 – 2018 - Member oft he iMobility Roadmap Implementation Working Group (Lead DDG Connect)
  • Since 2010 - Member of the Transport and Logistics Committee of the Federation Wholesale, Foreign Trade and Services e. V.
  • Since 2000 - American Economic Association

Committee Work

  • Since 2018 - Scientific Advisor of the Alliance for Mobility initiated by the Transport Minister of Northrhine-Westphalia
  • Since 2018 - Expert of the Federal Highway Agency (BASt: Bundesanstalt für Straßenwesen) for the Project FE 03.551 "Fields of application, requirements, effects, costs and benefits of temporary traffic telematics systems”,
  • Since 2017 - Associated Partner of the SCOUT-Project (Safe and connected automation in road transport: SCOUT). www.connectedautomateddriving.eu/about-us/scout.
  • November 2017 - Co-author for the Roadmap “Die Energiewende regional gestalten - Auf dem Weg zu einer Energiewende-Roadmap im Ruhrgebiet”, funded by Stiftung Mercator
  • March 2015 - Expert at the hearing of the Budget Committee of the German federal government on the subject of household effects and the compliance costs associated with the introduction of the infrastructural cost for the use of the federal highway and change in the motor vehicle tax law
  • March 2017 - Expert at the hearing of the Committee on Transport and digital infrastructure for the federal bill "Proposed Law on the introduction of an infrastructure charge for the use of federal highways" under BT printed matter 18/3990 and the application of DIE LINKE. " No introduction of a car toll in Germany " under BT printed matter 18/806
  • March 2015 - Expert at the hearing of the Budget Committee of the German federal government on the subject of household effects and the compliance costs associated with the introduction of the infrastructural cost for the use of the federal highway and change in the motor vehicle tax law
  • March 2015 - Expert at the hearing of the Committee on Transport and digital infrastructure for the federal bill "Proposed Law on the introduction of an infrastructure charge for the use of federal highways" under BT printed matter 18/3990 and the application of DIE LINKE. " No introduction of a car toll in Germany " under BT printed matter 18/806
  • Since 2015 - Expert for the working group 1.4.5 – Economic Evaluation of Telematic
    Applications in Transport of FGSV e.V.
  • 2009 -2012 - Chairman of the German Transport Sciences Chapter: Rheinland.
  • June 2011 - Subject matter expert at the hearing in the North-Rhine Westphalia State Parliament on June 7, 2011, for the subject “Job generation and long-term growth- building Nordrhein-Westfalen as the central European logistics location
  • March 2011 - Subject matter expert at the hearing in North-Rhine Westphalia State Parliament on March 23, 2011, for the subject: " Implementing rails and road construction projects quickly, without delays to the detriment of citizens in roadimprovements and bypasses.
  • 2010 - Member of the expert circle ”Politics, in particular, Transport/Environmental policy, Traffic infrastructure“, and a member of the Networking Team within the project “Future of Mobility.” Both are supported by the Institute for Mobility Research (Berlin) and funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, Berlin of 2010.
  • 2004 - 2006 - editor for the Research Information System (http://fis.server.de) of the FederalMinistry of Transport, Building and Housing.
  • 1997 - 2000 -  acted as deputy Subject Matter Expert in the Study Commission "Future of
    Mobility," State Parliament of North Rhine-Westphalia12th legislature.
  • Jan & March 2000 - Rapporteur for the European Commission in the ICAO / CAEP Working Group
    5 (Market-Based Options) from 18 to 21 January 2000 in Geneva and from 29 to 31 March 2000 in Montreal.
  • 2001 - Speaker for the Conference of European Ministers of Transport (ECMT) for the 15th International Symposium on Theory and Practice in Transport Economics in Thessaloniki on "De - Coupling Intensity Transport from Economic Growth," Thessaloniki 2001.
  • Dec. 2000 - Expert for the Conference of European Ministers of Transport (ECMT) during the
    roundtable 118 "Economic Objectives of Introducing Tolls of Intercity RoadInfrastructure " on 30 November and 1 December 2000.
  • 1996 Rapporteur for the European Commission in preparation for the Fifth Framework Program, Brussels 1996.

Award
The project „HELFI“– one out of five implementation projects of the framework program “energiewende-ruhr”, funded by the Mercator foundation – has been nominated as one out of 1,000 steps towards the implementation of energy transition in the German Ruhr Area for the KLIMA.Expo.NRW. The KlimaExpo.NRW is a new climate change initiative from the North Rhine-Westphalian (NRW) state government.

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Prof. Dr. habil. Wolfgnag H. Schulz