The EU/ME 2011 workshop in Vienna has a special focus on "Client-centered logistics and International Aid".
The goal of this meeting is to give researchers and practitioners the opportunity to discuss recent advances in metaheuristics.
The workshop has a special focus on the following applications:
In order to allow all researchers and students interested in the subject to attend the workshop, the participation is free of charge, but registration is compulsory.
Luk N. Van Wassenhove
Henry Ford Chair of Manufacturing, Director of the Humanitarian Research Group, INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France
Supply Chain Management in the Context of Humanitarian Disasters
Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration in Bergen
Efficient Home Care Scheduling and Routing
University of Vienna
Emergency Room Scheduling featuring Optimization of Intra-hospital Routing
Sophie N. Parragh
INESC Porto / IBM CAS Portugal
Demand responsive transportation: a client-oriented perspective
ÖGOR, EURO, Stadt Wien, Universität Wien