Alina Kovalenko

Alina Kovalenko
Nord University | HIBO · Business School

PhD Research fellow

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Introduction
Alina's is currently a PhD Research Fellow of the Centre for High North Logistics (CHNL). Her main research interests are development of Arctic shipping, Euro-Asian maritime trade and operational models for transit shipping via the NSR.
Additional affiliations
January 2019 - June 2019
Molde University College
Position
  • Co-supervisor
Description
  • Co-supervision of Masters' students. The title of the Master's thesis is "The analyses of infrastructure and transit cargoes through Arctic region"
December 2018 - present
Nord University
Position
  • PhD Student
January 2017 - June 2017
Molde University College
Position
  • Supervisor
Description
  • Supervision of Master's student. The title of the Master's thesis is "The fleet size and the location inventory routing problem for liquefied petroleum gas distribution company"
Education
August 2014 - June 2016
Molde University College
Field of study
  • Operation Management
September 2013 - June 2015
Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas
Field of study
  • Project Management

Publications

Publications (6)
Thesis
The delivery planning problem is relevant and actual for many distributors because the efficiency of planning directly affects the quality of supply and the size of the logistics costs. The purpose of this Master's thesis is to develop a set of optimization-based decision support tools to optimize the delivery planning of the LHG Distribution Compa...
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The development of oil and gas fields, especially in The Far North, which are caused by complex climatic, geological and geocryological conditions, requires the introduction of innovative technologies. Today, a common option for the development of oil treatment fields is to organize them according to the cluster principle. Providing efficient acces...
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The article analyzes the goals and objectives of sustainable development in the Arctic. One of the main factors that will ensure their implementation is the introduction of innovations in Arctic oil and gas and energy projects. The work contains many examples of innovative projectsboth in Russia and in Norway. The authors come to the conclusion tha...
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Previous research on the viability and challenges of commercial shipping along the Northern Sea Route (NSR) has thus far neglected to fully explain the connections between operational models for viable year-round commercial shipping along the NSR and port infrastructure services. In particular, little attention has been paid to the function of port...
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In this paper, we would like to draw your attention to the necessity of looking for infrastructural synergy of the Northern Sea Route (NSR). By that we mean an integrated development of the sea and inland transport routes, transport hubs, supporting infrastructure, and also the necessity of these for the Arctic region's socioeconomic development. T...
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In this paper, we would like to draw your attention to the necessity of looking for infrastructural synergy of the Northern Sea Route (NSR). By that we mean an integrated development of the sea and inland transport routes, transport hubs, supporting infrastructure, and also the necessity of these for the Arctic region's socioeconomic development. T...

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Project
Arctic Logistics aims in - strengthening long-term academic and research cooperation - strengthening connections between higher education and research - increasing quality and internationalization of study programmes - increasing mobility of students - increasing collaboration with industry and public sector