Thomas Twenhöven is a PhD candidate at Kühne Logistics University. He holds both a B.Sc. and a M.Sc. in Industrial Engineering with a focus on Transportation Science from Technical University of Berlin.
During this time, he was an intern at Deutsche Bahn AG in a train dispatch automation project and a working student as a software project engineer at IVU Traffic Technologies AG. Additionally, he spent a semester abroad at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm to study management and traffic modelling. In his Master's thesis, he analyzed the effect of blockchain disruptions on the operation of smart contracts. After finishing his degree, he joined KLU as a Research Associate in November 2018.
Thomas' work at KLU is focused on Blockchain technology in Logistics and Supply Chain. In particular, he works on the ChainLog and HANSEBLOC projects. This includes the technology in general, its application in the sector and the relevance for SMEs. Beyond Blockchain, Thomas also researches the applications of zero-knowledge proofs in supply chain management.
|2018-2019||Research Associate at Kühne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany|
Working Student as a Project Engineer at IVU Traffic Technologies AG
Internship at DB Netz AG about Train Scheduling Automation Modelling
Bachelors Thesis about Technical Assistance for Train Driver Self-Dispatching at Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) AöR
|Since 2019||PhD Candidate at Kühne Logistics University, Hamburg, Germany|
|2018||Master of Science in Industrial Engineering, Technical University of Berlin|
|2015||Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering, Technical University of Berlin|