ICCL 2024 – The International Conference on Computational Logistics

Date: September 8 – 10, 2024
Venue: City of Monterrey, Nuevo León, México

We are excited to invite you to the International Conference on Computational Logistics (ICCL) 2024!

Computational Logistics involves using computations and advanced decision support systems to plan and implement large and complex logistics tasks. This is applied in various areas including the flow and storage of goods and services, as well as related information, from their source to their destinations. Typically, optimization models and algorithms are developed, verified, and applied for planning and executing complex logistics tasks; for example, finding the most efficient schedule for the transport of passengers or goods. Advanced computer technology is integrated with these models and algorithms to achieve satisfactory results in an appropriate time frame, even for large-scale problem instances. Additionally, interactivity, visualization, and other tools are used to better understand and solve problems.

Computational Logistics also involves the use of information systems, modern communication, and information technology (IT) for designing, planning, and controlling logistics networks and complex tasks within them. Our conference series, with its 15-year-long history, tackles this complex field from different angles and in various areas.

Attendees at ICCL 2024 will have the opportunity to exchange ideas, share best practices, and learn through presentations, workshops, and panel discussions. The conference could serve as a platform to acquire high-value human talent.

ICCL aims to bring together researchers and practitioners in logistics, providing a platform to share, present, and discuss the latest advances in computational logistics-related topics. We welcome contributions covering methodologies, innovative platforms, modeling approaches, and algorithmic procedures enhancing logistics operations and decision-making.

Keynote Speakers:

Dr. Christopher Mejía
Research Scientist at MIT’s Center for Transportation & Logistics.
Title of the talk: ‘AI tackling SC uncertainty at micro and macro levels: From Nanostore Evolution to Port Disruptions’

Dr. Marzieh Khakifirooz
Research Professor at Tecnológico de Monterrey and a Fellow Researcher at the Artificial Intelligence for Intelligent Manufacturing Systems (AIMS) Research Center in Taiwan.
Title of the talk: ‘AI Horizons: Navigating the Next Frontier in Logistics and Supply Chain Innovation’

Executive VP of Manufacturing – OpEx & Supply Chain at Biotix, and President at ASCM San Diego chapter.
Title of the talk: ‘Nearshoring Trends for Global Supply Chains’

Don’t miss this opportunity to be part of discussions on the future of transport and explore topics such as artificial intelligence in logistics, city logistics, green supply chain, and much more!

A special issue of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Computational Logistics will be published with all accepted full papers. In addition, all presenters are invited to submit a new version of their work for a special issue of the Journal of Supply Chain Analytics (Elsevier) on the ‘Future of AI in Supply Chain Management.’

Submission Deadline for Full Papers: April 30th, 2024

Conference Website: www.iccl2024.com