Executive director, MIT’s Center for Transportation and Logistics
areas of expertise: transportation logistics, supply chain management, freight transportation design, procurement, management
Christopher Caplice runs the Center for Transportation and Logistics at MIT. He is responsible for the planning and management of the research, education and corporate-outreach programs for the center, including the Supply Chain Exchange and the Master of Engineering in Logistics graduate program.
He is also the founder of the MIT FreightLab — a research initiative that focuses on improving the way freight transportation is designed, procured and managed. His primary research is in the design, procurement and management of freight transportation systems to include combinatorial auctions, robust planning and performance metrics. He has presented and published in numerous business and academic conferences and journals.
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