The Zaragoza Academic Partner (ZAP) Program is an initiative to enhance applied research and closer industry-academia relationships in the field of supply chain management. Each year students are required to complete thesis projects and many of them work with our partner companies on challenging and innovative research projects through the ZAP Program.
The ZAP Program gives students the opportunity to work closely with industry professionals on a real-life supply chain problem, and gives companies an opportunity to interact with a student or student team along with a professor as expert thesis advisor who together bring new insights and approaches to an active supply chain project.
The ZAP Research Projects start in October and finish the following May.
Samples of completed projects are available in the research journals for the classes of 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 in the form of selected thesis executive summaries:
- ZLOG Research Journal 2017
- ZLOG Research Journal 2016
- ZLOG Research Journal 2015
- ZLOG Research Journal 2014
- ZLOG Research Journal 2013
- ZLOG Research Journal 2012
- ZLOG Research Journal 2011
For more details about the program, please see the partner guide:
Until now 31 companies have participated in this program: