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To present your paper, you will have a total of 30 minutes. Please be aware, that 20 minutes are for the actual presentation as 10 minutes are reserved for discussion. The session chairs will keep track of the time. Please bring your presentation as PowerPoint or PDF on a USB memory stick and be at the session venue 10 minutes prior to the session starting time to upload your presentation to the presentation laptop. A laptop with Windows operating system and a projector will be provided by the organizers. It will not be possible to connect your own laptop.
Prof.dr.ir. L.A. (Lóri) Tavasszy
Professor in Freight Transport & Logistics, Head of Freight & Logistics Lab, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Dynamics of Decarbonization in Logistics
Prof. Dr. Gyöngyi Kovács
Erkko Professor in Humanitarian Logistics, Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Research Institute, Supply Chain Management & Social Responsibility, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland
Prof. Dr. Dirk Briskorn
Chair of Production and Logistics, Schumpeter School of Business and Economics, University of Wuppertal, Germany
Gantry Crane Scheduling in Seaport Container Terminals: A bottom-up Approach
Business Development Manager, ENGINIUS GmbH
Trucks for a Carbon-Neutral Transport
Organized by Sara Perotti (Politecnico di Milano), Eric H. Grosse (Saarland University), Matthias Klumpp (Politecnico di Milano), Christoph H. Glock (Technical University of Darmstadt)
Organized by Emilio Moretti (Politecnico di Milano), Maurizio Faccio (University of Padua), Michael Freitag (University of Bremen)
Advanced Optimization Methods for Logistics
Organized by Nicole Megow (University of Bremen) and Frank Meisel (Kiel University)
February 14, 2024
17:30 Get-together with Technology Demonstration
The get-together gives you a great opportunity to network with experts and exchange knowledge while having a snack and a beer or soft drink surrounded by exciting prototypes in the BIBA shop floor lab at the conference venue. During the evening, we will be devoting special attention to our energy self-sufficient learning factory, in which you will have the opportunity to interact and produce your own (gourmet) product.
February 15, 2024
17:30 Port Museum - Guided Tour
The ports have always been Bremen's lifeline and have shaped the city's identity for centuries. In the listed Speicher XI warehouse, a museum forms the interface between the past and the future: it is part of the changing Überseestadt and conveys the development of urban planning as well as the activities of Bremen's port industry and the constant change and progress in all maritime areas.
19:00 Conference Dinner
Without any doubt, the conference dinner can be named one of the highlights of every LDIC. This year’s dinner will take place in the PORT Speicher XI. The restaurant is located in the longest building in the city, a historic cotton warehouse. Starting with a refreshing aperitif, you can enjoy international cuisine in a modern ambience with a historic flair.
There will be a bus shuttle from the conference venue to the Speicher XI departing at 17:00h. After the visit of the museum, you arrive the restaurant by a short walking distance.
For the return trip, you will have the choice to take our shuttle to the central station and to the university campus around 22:30h.