Wednesday, February 22, 2023

[DMANET] Call for Papers ICCL 2023: International Conference on Computational Logistics - registration now open!

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*Call for Papers *
for the
*14th International Conference on Computational Logistics*
Berlin, Erwin Schrödinger Center,
September 6-8, 2023
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The ICCL aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners working
in logistics
to provide them with a platform to share, present, and discuss the
latest advances in
computational logistics-related topics. The works submitted at this
conference cover
methodologies and solution approaches for logistics, innovative
platforms and applications,
modeling and algorithmic procedures for enhancing logistics operations
and decision-making, etc.

Authors are kindly invited to submit their contributions in the field of
logistics involving
operations research and management, decision support, artificial
and information systems. Practical cases providing insights
and real-world experiences are also very welcome.

Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed and provided in the following forms:

Full papers for publication in Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer
Science (LNCS).
Abstracts for presentation only.

*Important Dates*

* March 15, 2023: Submission deadline for proposal special sessions
* March 21, 2023: Notification of acceptance session proposals
* April 15, 2023: Submission deadline full papers (conference proceedings)
* June 01, 2023: Submission deadline (extended) abstracts for
presentation only
* June 05, 2023: Notifications of acceptance (for both full papers and
* June 25, 2023: Deadline for submission camera-ready paper

The theme of this year's conference is The Future of Transport.

*T**opics of the conference include, among others:*

* Public transport and transit data improvements
* Energy grid impact on logistics
* Operations research and management in logistics
* Routing problems
* Emergency logistics
* Reverse logistics
* Crowd logistics
* Freight transportation
* Green supply chain
* Metropolitan/city logistics
* Smart agro-logistics
* Uncertainty modeling in planning and control
* Large-scale optimization in logistics
* Multi-agent systems in logistics
* Self-organizing logistics
* Internet of things in smart logistics
* Artificial intelligence in logistics
* Machine learning applications in supply chain management and logistics
* Last generation ICT networks
* Land and maritime smart logistics
* ICT in logistics
* Computational issues in foreign trade supply chains
* Facility (re-)layout decision problems
* Logistics of health and social care
* Humanitarian logistics
* Artificial intelligence and operations research in sustainable

*We are looking forward to welcoming you at the 14th ICCL in Berlin!*

Conference Chairs

Stefan Voß, University of Hamburg
Joachim Daduna, Berlin School of Economics and Law
Gernot Liedke, DLR - Insitute of Transport Research
Xiaoning Shi, DLR - Insitute of Transport Research

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