Yubin joined TSL in January 2020 to undertake research under the supervision of Dr. Panagiotis Angeloudis. His research focuses on the application of autonomous technologies in urban logistics, with interests in the intersection of transportation science and supply chain management, particularly in multi-agent control of logistics operations.
Yubin received a Bachelor’s Degree in Logistics Engineering from Harbin University of Commerce, where he was awarded a China National Scholarship and recognized as a Merit student of Heilongjiang Province in 2017. He then earned an MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management from Cranfield University, graduating with Distinction Honors. Yubin’s previous research includes physical network design for cold chain logistics, path planning for logistics robots, and route optimization for delivery fleets.
Yubin received the Best Urban Freight Paper Award at the 2023 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting for his work on the efficient use of autonomous vehicle fleets for urban freight distribution.
BE in Logistics Engineering, 2018
Harbin University of Commerce
MSc in Logistics and Supply Chain Management, 2019