LLLI- Living Lab Logistics Indonesie

The Living Lab Logistics Indonesia – NL (LLLI) is a transnational Living Lab in the field of Logistics, created in 2013 by a consortium of Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences in collaboration with several Indonesian universities. In addition to universities and knowledge partners, other representatives from the triple helix (academia, industry and government) from both the Netherlands and Indonesia are involved.

The LLLI applies a growth-model, starting with student-centric research projects based on real-life business issues. These student project results will be used as a starting point for further research and development of tools and practices for industry and government.

The purpose of the LLLI program is to contribute in a practical way to the national agenda’s on logistics both in The Netherlands (Topsector Logistics) and Indonesia (SisLogNas).
Involvement of triple helix partners in both countries allows for exchanging best practices on education, research for industry and labor market relevance.

Living Lab Logistics Indonesia – NL: driven by higher education in close cooperation with corporate and goverment partners.

The LLLI concept is an initiative from Nuffic, the Netherlands organization for international cooperation in higher education and Dinalog, the Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics.

Facts & Figures

10 Dutch students in Indonesia
10 Indonesian students in the Netherlands
3 companies
2 publications
2 papers

Startdate: 31 May 2013
Enddate: 30 Dec 2013