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ELA Research Day 2018, May 11th, Marrakesh (MA)

  • Morning session: New technologies and the human factors
  • Afternoon session: Logistics in Africa

ELA Research Day 2016, May 20th, Poznan (PL)

  • 9:00 Opening – Prof. Hans-Christian Pfohl, Head of ELA Research Committee, Technische Universität Darmstadt (D)
  • 9:10 Moderation & Sequence Introduction Session 1: “Big Data” – Digital Revolution in Logistics Systems – Prof. Michael Browne, University of Gothenburg (S)
  • 9:15 Prof. Rommer Dekker, Erasmus Universits Rotterdam (NL) – „Big Data in Logistics: more sophistication but also less standardisation?”
  • 9:50 Dr. Per Olof Arnäs, Chalmers University (S) – “Big data from a freight company perspective”
  • 10:30 Coffee Break
  • 11:00 Prof. Boris Otto, Technische Universität Dortmund/Fraunhofer Institut (D) – „The Industrial Data Space: Reference Architecture for Data Supply Chains”
  • 11:45 Panel Discussion: 3 speakers, and 3 more panelists
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:00 Moderation & Sequence Introduction Session 2: “Building the Supply Chain Management Organization of the Future: Critical Competencies for Delivering Breakthrough Value” – Prof. Danuta Kisperska-Moron, University of Economics, Katowice (PL)
  • 14:05: Prof. Eric Ballot, Mines Paris Tech (F) – “Forthcoming opportunities and research challenges for the interconnection of logistics services”
  • 14:45: Prof. Ed Sweeney, Aston University (UK) – „Engineering Innovative 21st Century Supply Chains“
  • 15:30: Coffee Break
  • 16:00: Prof. Artur Swierczek, University of Economics, Katowice (PL) – “Triple-loop Learning of Resilient Supply Chains: The Next Generation of Theoretical Developments and Empirical Insights”
  • 16:45: Panel discussion: 3 speakers, and 3 more panelists
  • 17:30: Closing

ELA Research Day 2014, October 31st, Lisbon (P)

  • 09:00h Opening – Prof. H.-Chr. Pfohl, Head of ELA Research Committee, Technische Universität Darmstadt (D)
  • 09:10h Moderation & Sequence Introduction Session 1: Transport – Spatial Logistics Networks – Prof. Dominique Estampe, Kedge Business School Bordeaux (F)
  • 09:15h Prof. Rosário Macário, IST Lisbon Technical University (P) – „Business Models Matching Urban Logistics Profiles: A Modelling Challenge“
  • 09:50h Prof. Wolgang Stölzle, Universität St. Gallen (CH) – „Logistics Market Studies: An International Comparison“
  • 10:30h Coffee Break
  • 11:00h Prof. Cathy Macharis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (B) – „Intermodal Transport and the Importance of a Broad View: The Case of Belgium“
  • 11:45h Panel Discussion: 3 speakers, and Prof. Vasco Reis, IST (P); Eng. Carlos Caiado, Supply Chain Director Unicer/Carlsberg Portugal
  • 12:30h Lunch
  • 14:00h Moderation & Sequence Introduction Session 2: Social Aspects of Sustaunable Supply Chains – Prof. Danuta Kisperska-Moron, University of Economics, Katowice (PL)
  • 14:05h Prof. Maria Björklund, Linköpings Universitet (S) – „Corporate Social Responsibility in Supply Chain Management (GB) – “Sustainable Performance and Firm Size: Empirical Insights from SMEs„
  • 15:30h Coffee Break
  • 16:00h Prof. René de Koster, Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University (NL) – “Accidents Do Not Happen by Accident. How to Create a Safe Warehouse"
  • 16:45h Panel discussion: 3 speakers, and Prof. Christina Luis IPS (P); Dr. Antonio Cameirao Jorge, Chairman LogVision (P)
  • 17:30h Closing

ELA Research Day and BVL’s 16th PhD Candidates Workshop October 16th, 2012 in Berlin

Moderators, speakers and PhD students who attended ELA Research Day 2012
Moderators, speakers and PhD students who attended ELA Research Day 2012

Every two years, the European Logistics Association (ELA) stages an ELA Research Conference on the eve of the EUROLOG. The aim of the conference is to present the latest research findings of leading Europe- an research institutes. In view of their topicality and relevance for science and practice, ELA’s “Research Committee” had in 2012 chosen the two themes “Humanitarian Logistics” and “Innovations and Supply Chain Management”. Up-and-coming scientists had the opportunity to put their research findings forward for discussion in the PhD Candidates Workshop and gain ideas for dissertation projects through an interdisciplinary dialogue with top European scientists.

Session 1: Humanitarian Logistics?The BVL working group “Humanitarian Logistics” underlined in its work that there is a need to improve collaboration and partnerships. Inter- national researchers will present and discuss their findings. The session was moderated by Prof. Nathalie Fabbe-Costes (University Aix-Marseille). The speakers were Professors Marianne Jahre (Lund University and BI Norwegian Business School), Gyöngyi Kovács (Hanken School of Economics Helsinki) and Bernd Hellingrath (University Münster).

Session 2: Innovation and Supply Chain Management?Top management has recognised the strategic importance of supply chain management and understands how crucial innovations are for future development. What are state-of-the-art concepts for this development? This session was moderated by Prof. Hans-Christian Pfohl (TU Darmstadt). The speakers were Professors Pietro Evangelista (University of Naples Federico II) and Jan van den Ende (Erasmus University Rotterdam). A third speaker, Florian Kammergruber (TU München) was choosen from and invited by the PhD students.

In each session was a panel discussion with the speakers and two invited PhD students.

The feedback from professors and students for both sessions was very positive. The next ELA Research Day will be organized together with the EUROLOG in 2014.

  • 08:30h Get Together
  • 08:45h Group Picture
  • 09:00h Opening ELA Research Day/ PhD Candidates Workshop
    • Professor Dr. Hans-Christian Pfohl
    • Professor Dr.-Ing. Thomas Wimmer
  • 09:10h: Start Session 1 “Humanitarian Logistics”: Short introduction held by moderator (Fabbe-Costes)
  • 09:15h: Presentation 1 and questions (Jahre)
  • 09:50h: Presentation 2 and questions (Kova?cs)
  • 10:30h: Coffee Break
  • 11:00h: Presentation 3 and questions (Hellingrath)
  • 11:45h: Panel Discussion
    • Statements of Kretschmer, Peretti (5 minutes each)
    • Q&A session with moderator
    • Q&A session with auditorium
  • 12:40h: Summary/closing held by the moderator
  • 12:45h: Lunch
  • 14:00h: Start Session 2 “Innovation and Supply Chain Management”: Short introduction held by moderator (Pfohl)
  • 14:05h: Presentation 4 and questions (Evangelista)
  • 14:45h: Presentation 5 and questions (van den Ende)
  • 15:30h: Coffee Break
  • 16:00h: Presentation 6 and questions (Kammergruber)
  • 16:30h: Panel Discussion
    • Statements of Siegmann, Wagenstetter
    • Q&A session with moderator
    • Q&A session with auditorium