Verolog Conferences

VeRoLog conference is the main instrument of the Working Group and is aimed a bringing together the large community of researchers and practitioners interested in Vehicle Routing Optimization and its relations with Logistics.

The conference is open to high quality methodological contributions and relevant real-world applications and case studies from the industry and the services.

The conference is organized yearly by group members who act a local organizing committee in strict collaboration with VeRoLog Board. Applications to organize a future VeRoLog conference must be submitted to the Coordinator and will be evaluated by the Board (see the procedures here).

VeRoLog conferences

2019: 

7th VeRoLog Conference, Seville, Spain, June , 2019

2018: 

In 2018 VeRoLog Conference will not take place because Odysseus Conference takes place.

2017: 

6th VeRoLog Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 10-12, 2017

2016: 

5th VeRoLog Conference, Nantes, France, June, June 6-8, 2016.

2015: 

4th VeRoLog Conference. Vienna, Austria, June 8-10, 2015.

2014: 

3rd VeRoLog Conference. Oslo, Norway, June 22-25, 2014.

2013: 

2nd VeRoLog Conference. Southampton,  United Kingdom, July 7-10, 2013. Read more.

2012: 

1st VeRoLog Conference. Bologna, Italy, June 18-20, 2012. Read more.

 

Verolog Streams at EURO/IFORS conferences

2018: 

29th European Conference on Operational Research, Valencia (Spain), organized by Michael Schneider and Roberto Roberti with 19 sessions covering a total of 76 talks, further information: http://euro2018valencia.com/

EURO mini-conference on Logistics Analytics, Minsk (Belarus), coorganized by VeRoLog, further information: http://www.himolde.no/english/konferanser-og-seminar/Logistics-Analytics-2018/Sider/side.aspx

 

2017:

21st Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies, Quebec City (Canada), organized by Daniele Vigo and Roberto Roberti with 11 sessions covering a total of 40 talks, further information: http://ifors2017.ca/

 

2016:

28th European Conference on Operational Research, Poznan (Poland), organized by Michael Schneider and Stefan Irnich with 16 sessions covering a total of 59 talks, further information: https://euro2016.euro-online.org/