Institute of Logistics, Infrastructure, Supply and Transport (LIST)

  • University Drive, Waterside Campus

    NN1 5PH Northampton

    United Kingdom

Organization profile

Organisation profile

What is the Institute of Logistics, Infrastructure, Supply and Transport (LIST)?

The Institute of Logistics, Infrastructure, Supply and Transport (LIST) is an education and research unit, which employs expertise in the areas of:

  • multi-modal transportation (public and logistics)
  • Mobility as a Service (MaaS)
  • circular economy and dematerialisation
  • logistics and supply chain infrastructure planning
  • reverse logistics and returns management
  • strategic procurement analysis and SCM planning

It has a record of research which includes:

  • multi-modal pan-European review and design
  • farm to fork food supply chain analysis
  • supply chain crime risk and resilience
  • global infrastructure analysis
  • review of local Government logistics strategy development
  • social enterprise transformational travel models
  • big data supply chain visibility
  • cyber security and resilience

The Institute also has bespoke training and education programs in the following areas:

Non-accredited professional courses

  • cyber resilience and immunity
  • applied logistics, procurement and supply
  • risk and resilience in value chain management
  • human factors of risk and resilience
  • business continuity – the value chain approach
  • development of social objects in business

LIST is staffed by ex-industry professionals from a range of logistics, supply chain, sustainable waste and related functions, up to board level. The group sits on the logistics strategy board for the Northamptonshire county, has deep rooted relations with major global companies from both an educational and research perspective and has close working relationships with professional bodies. All of this expertise and collaboration embeds the Institute’s theoretical research in real-world functions, forging an understanding of the desires and needs of the modern globalised supply chain.

Areas of interest

The Institute has research interests in seven areas:

  • social object driven transportation models for societal good
  • innovative ICT/ITS networks for public and private transport
  • multi-modal logistics and transportation (air, rail, road and sea)
  • supply chain food fraud, integrity, resilience and waste
  • public transportation networks (including automated vehicle technologies)
  • procurement policy (public and private sector)
  • supply chain connected ITS

External partners

LIST works with a range of external partners locally, nationally and internationally.

CILT logo

Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport

CIPS logo

Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply

Northamptonshire County Council logo

Northamptonshire County Council

APSRG logo

APSRG

Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commissioner

Office of Northamptonshire Police and Crime Commission

 

Working with LIST

If you are interested in working with LIST please contact the institute’s administrator Samantha Evans via samantha.evans@northampton.ac.uk or call 01604 892585 or Liam Fassam, the Institute Director via email liam.fassam@northampton.ac.uk.

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    Projects

    PolyCE

    Bates, M. & Fassam, L.

    1/01/1631/12/20

    Project: ResearchEuropean

    DfT - Holistic Transportation

    Fassam, L.

    Project: ResearchUK Government

    CHESS

    Hills, M.

    Project: ResearchUK Government

    Research Output

    A perfect storm of demand outstripping capacity

    Fassam, L., 6 May 2020, Supply Management.

    Research output: Contribution to Specialist PublicationMagazine

    Open Access
  • Social Value effect of Food supply chains and Brexit

    Fassam, L., 30 Jan 2019, 14 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned Report

  • Asymmetric thinking: anthropology and its potential for career development

    Hills, M., 23 Apr 2018.

    Research output: Contribution to ConferencePaper

  • Enhancing evidence-based research within law-enforcement intelligence practice

    Hills, M., 2 Mar 2018.

    Research output: Contribution to ConferencePaper

  • Activities

    Decarbonisation Toolbox WORKSHOP 4

    Liam Fassam (Speaker)

    17 Sep 201919 Sep 2019

    Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsWorkshopResearch

    File

    Resource efficiency: creating a route to logistics and the circular economy

    Liam Fassam (Speaker), Margaret Bates (Speaker) & Samir Dani (Speaker)

    9 Sep 201511 Sep 2015

    Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsWorkshopResearch

    File

    Upstream operations: resilience to malign intent – ‘Analogical reasoning’ for new options to detect and engage

    Mils Hills (Speaker)

    9 Dec 2015

    Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsOral presentationResearch

    File

    Supply Chain Food Crime & Fraud: A Systematic Literature Review of Food Criminality

    Liam Fassam (Author), Samir Dani (Author) & Mils Hills (Author)

    5 Jul 20158 Jul 2015

    Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsSymposiumResearch

    File