Monday, April 27, 2015

[DMANET] ODYSSEUS 2015: program online and end of early bird registration

Sixth International Workshop on Freight Transportation and Logistics
June 1-5 2015, Ajaccio, Corsica, France


***** Deadline for early bird registration : 30, April 2015 *****
***** Program is online *****

Scope of workshop:
This international scientific workshop, 6th in the series of ODYSSEUS meetings, follows in the footsteps of its predecessors (Crete 2000, Sicily 2003, Altea 2006, Çeşme 2009, Mykonos 2012) in bringing together researchers and practitioners in the field of freight transportation and logistics to discuss recent experiences, exchange ideas, disseminate research results, and present advanced applications and technologies. It provides a high quality forum for recent developments, trends and advances in the theory, practice and application of mathematical models, methodologies and decision support systems in the field of freight transportation and logistics.

Topics of interest cover a broad spectrum and include but are not limited to:
• Vehicle Routing
• Fleet and Crew Management
• Modal/Intermodal Transportation
• Terminal Management
• Supply Chain Logistics
• Network Design and Planning
• City Logistics
• Facility Logistics
• Intelligent Transportation Systems
• Humanitarian Logistics

Conference Location and Venue:
The workshop will take place in the city of Ajaccio in Corsica, the island of beauty. Hometown of Napoleon Bonapartes, Ajaccio is called the Imperial City. The city is located between the Mediterranean sea and the mountains of Corsica. The city is charged with history, culture, and gastronomy. The meeting will be held in the Palais des congrès situated on the harbor of Ajaccio in the old Genoese town.

Organizing Committee:

• Luce Brotcorne (INRIA Lille Nord Europe)
• Dominique Feillet (Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne)
• Nicolas Jozefowiez (LAAS-CNRS / INSA de Toulouse)
• Dominique Quadri (Université Paris Sud XI)
• Frédéric Semet (Ecole Centrale de Lille)
• Christèle Mouclier (LAAS-CNRS)

Looking forward to seeing you in Ajaccio!
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