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SALS Track - EMSS 2013 : Track on Simulation Approaches in Logistics Systems - EMSS 2013

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Link: http://www.msc-les.org/Conf/EMSS2013/index_file/SimulationApproachesInLogistics.htm
 
When Sep 23, 2013 - Sep 25, 2013
Where Athens, Greece
Submission Deadline Apr 15, 2013
Notification Due May 15, 2013
Final Version Due Jun 15, 2013
Categories    simulation approaches   logistics systems   optimization   scheduling
 

Call For Papers

Call For Papers

Simulation Approaches in Logistics Systems

Track at the European Modeling & Simulation Symposium (http://www.msc-les.org/conf/emss2013/)
(EMSS 2013)

Key Dates
Extended Abstracts, April 15th 2013
Acceptance Notification, May 15th 2013
Camera Ready Papers, June 15th 2013

Track Description
The goal of the session is to present some recent advances in the application of simulation approaches in logistics and production service systems. In particular, the TC will encourage the application of both theoretical and technological simulation approaches in different application fields such as automated manufacturing systems, transportation systems, logistics systems and healthcare, communication and information processing.
The modern logistics systems have to face problems concerning planning and optimization, freight and people flows and the related information. The mission of logistics has great importance in manufacturing systems, firms and public organizations; as they organize the right resources to the right place at the right time, while optimizing suitable performance measures and satisfying a given set of constraints. Moreover, the increasing complexity of such systems and the availability of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) require the development of new models and lead to the definition of novel problems with respect to the related literature.
In particular, the track is organized under the auspices of the Marie Curie 7th EU Program Framework Project SAIL: “ICT System Addressed to Integrated Logistic management and decision support for intermodal port and dry port facilities, SAIL” . SAIL aims at developing an integrated ICT tool able to support logistic chain of goods flow and all business operations provided in the port and the dry port areas.

Topics list:
Technical and position papers are solicited on the theory, methodology, technology, tools, toolkits, and environments as well as applications. Topics include, but are not limited to the following areas:
· Optimization and scheduling
· Modeling and Simulation.
· Decision support system approaches
· Discrete and Hybrid approaches
· Distributed and modular approaches

Application areas include the following:
· Manufacturing and production systems
· Supply Chains
· Warehouses and distribution centres
· Transportation systems
· Medical Systems, Healthcare, and Assisted Living

Authors Instructions
Detailed information is available on the official conference webpage: http://www.msc-les.org/Conf/EMSS2013/index_file/EMSS_AuthorsInstructions.htm
For further details please contact emss@msc-les.org or f.longo@unical.it

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