Overview

About LDIC

The conference program is now available.
Conference Program

The International Conference on Dynamics in Logistics (LDIC) is a biennial conference organized by the Bremen Research Cluster for Dynamics in Logistics (LogDynamics) at the University of Bremen.

LogDynamics is a cooperating network of several research groups from different faculties of the University of Bremen. It conducts research on logistics, an international doctoral training programme, and a bidirectional transfer of knowledge and technology between industry and academia. LogDynamics combines research into business processes, IT, production technology and electrical engineering to solve logistics problems in an interdisciplinary and cooperative manner.

The idea of the LDIC conference series reflects this interdisciplinary approach of LogDynamics. The international conference addresses scientists in logistics, operations research, engineering, and computer science. It aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners interested in dynamics in logistics. Through this interdisciplinary approach, the conference creates the opportunity to foster a holistic view on logistics.

Since the first LDIC in 2007, the conference was able to attract great interest from researchers and practitioners. Throughout the years, more than 140 participants per conference shared their expertise and discussed future and present problems of logistics research. The results are compiled into the conference proceedings, which are published by Springer and are part of the Lecture Notes in Logistics series.
Previous LDIC conferences

Dynamics of logistic processes and networks are at the heart of the forthcoming conference. The spectrum of topics reaches from the modeling, planning and control of processes over supply chain management and maritime logistics to innovative technologies and robotic applications for cyber-physical production and logistics systems. LDIC 2020 provides a forum for the discussion of advances in that matter.