Saskia Seidel has been working as a research associate at the Institute of Transport Research since 2011. She is mainly concerned with CO2 calculation along supply chains, trade transports as well as distribution in (retail) trade. From October to November 2013, she was an exchange scientist at IFSTTAR-SPLOTT in France.
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Dr. rer. nat. & Université Paris-Est, Geography, Diplôme national de doctorat (2022)
Doctoral thesis: "Comparing distribution channels ad their impact on supply chains: a case study on online groceries in France and Germany" / "Comparaison de canaux de distribution et de leur impact sur les chaînes d'approvisionnement: une étude de cas sur l'épicerie in line in France and in Germany"
An overview of all publications, which are created as part of her DLR activity, can be found at the DLR-Publicationserver elib.