Logistics computational ecosystems

Chair: Cyrille Bertelle

This track aims at gathering scientists and practitioners interested in Logistics computational ecosystems from the point of view of Complex Systems.

Logistics systems are typically complex. Effective end-to-end supply chain management can only be achieved with a holistic approach. The multiplicity of actors, the complexity of land or sea corridors requires models for coupling geographical networks and networks of actors. This track focuses on theoretical contributions on multi-level, multi-objective and multi-interaction networks which are at the core of logistics systems. theoretical contribution on optimisation and operational research are welcome. More concrete contributions on the use of technologies or simulation tools are expected. Examples include applications for securing and streamlining logistics transactions through blockchains or the development of digital twins to manage and control port operations.

Submissions of posters (3 pages LNCS format), short papers (6 pages LNCS format) or full papers (12 pages LNCS format) are encouraged on topics including (but not limited to): logistics systems, logistics corridors, maritime networks, complex networks, dynamic systems, multiagent systems, optimisation, operational research, land-sea continuum, logistics flows, AIS data, multimodal transportation, technological transition, energy transition for maritime transportation, risk management logistics, territorial footprint.

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