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Intelligent Platform for Smart Port (IPaSPort)

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Published on Tuesday, March 07, 2017 by João Fernandes

Summary

The development of ports and their environment (hinterland and logistic corridors) needs innovative technological solutions. These solutions concern the new technologies of highly communicating components (Captors, RFID, Internet of Things, etc.) as well as new information systems aimed to integrate the complexity of huge databases (Big Data intelligent management). The objective of this international conference is to join researchers and engineers interesting on the development of new spatial-temporal tools for port development, able to integrate the multiplicity of challenges for territorial development and efficiency, respecting environment and predictive impacts of climatic evolution.

Announcement

Argument

The development of ports and their environment (hinterland and logistic corridors) needs innovative technological solutions. These solutions concern the new technologies of highly communicating components (Captors, RFID, Internet of Things, etc.) as well as new information systems aimed to integrate the complexity of huge databases (Big Data intelligent management). The objective of this international conference is to join researchers and engineers interesting on the development of new spatial-temporal tools for port development, able to integrate the multiplicity of challenges for territorial development and efficiency, respecting environment and predictive impacts of climatic evolution. IPaSPort’2017 international conference deals with new generation of concepts in multi-actors and multi-objective complex systems in the one hand and with the development of artificial intelligence engineering for flux numerical management in order to control good flux and economical flux over territories on the other hand. One of the challenges is the necessity to have an integrative and systematic approach for logistics processes inside smart ports, their city-port or industry-port interface but also hinterland and corridor interface. We aim to facilitate flux respecting territorial evolution, societal and environmental impacts. Another challenge is a technological one, based on the development of an intelligent platform for multi-scale control of territorial ports and logistic ecosystems. The objective is to conduct automatic processes able to be regulated with physical internet and blockchains (smart containers for example) in the one hand and to produce tools from artificial intelligence and complex systems modeling to analyze the complexity of actors’ behaviors, of their logistic territories to help in decision making.

Main topics of interest

  • Integrated Logistic Systems
  • Integrative approach of logistic corridor
  • Port-city Interface
  • Sustainable logistics for port ecosystems
  • Intelligent processes for port community systems and cargo community system
  • Blockchain for distributed supply chain in smart ports
  • Big Data and deep learning for port data management

Dates

  • March 23, 2017: pre-registration and submission deadline of abstracts (1 or 2 pages)

  • April 7, 2017: notification of acceptance
  • April 14: submission of abstract final version
  • May 3-4, 2017: IPasPort’ 2017 international Conference

Submissions

The only accepted submissions are 1 or 2 pages abstracts written in English and not published before in other conferences proceedings or periodicals.

Abstract (1 or 2 pages) must be formatted according to a double-column format.
The file ipasport2017-latexStyle.pdf contains a latex-based sample.
The file ipasport2017-word-template.pdf contains a word-based sample.

If you are preparing your abstract using Latex, you can find the Latex template here: latex4ipasport2017.zip
If you are preparing your abstract using Word, you can find the Word template here: ipasport2017-word-template.docx

Important: Do not number pages.

All abstracts must be submitted as PDF (Portable Document Format) attachment document to ipasport2017@gmail.com before the deadline previously mentionned. NO OTHER FORMATS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Chairman Organizers

  • Cyrille Bertelle, SFLog, LITIS, FR-CNRS 3638, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France; cyrille.bertelle@univ-lehavre.fr
  • Sophie Fauvel, UMR IDEES, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France; sophie.fauvel@univ-lehavre.fr

Local Organizing Committee

  • Thierry Derrey, SFLog, Clog, GIS TraFIS, ISEL, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France ;
  • Claude Duvallet, SFLog, LITIS, FR-CNRS 3638, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France ;
  • Olivier Joly, UMR IDEES Le Havre FR-CNRS 6266, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France ;
  • Eric Sanlaville, SFLog, LITIS, FR-CNRS 3638, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France ;
  • Arnaud Serry, UMR IDEES Le Havre FR-CNRS 6266, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France ;
  • Jaouad Boukachour, LMAH, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France ;
  • Abdellatif Benabdelhafid, LMAH, CEMUR network, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France ;
  • Jérôme Verny, NEOMA Business School, France ;
  • Cyril Chédot, Haropa Port, Le Havre ;
  • Yann Bouchery, EMN Normandy, France ;
  • Christophe Chauvin, Nov@log, France ; 

Scientific Committee

  • Marie-Laure BARON, NIMEC, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France,
  • Abdellatif BENABDELHAFID, LMAH, CEMUR network, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France,
  • Cyrille BERTELLE, SFLog, LITIS, FR-CNRS 3638, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France,
  • Yann BOUCHERY, EM Normandy, France,
  • Jaouad BOUKACHOUR, LMAH, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France,
  • Paul BREWSTER, IMDO, Irland,
  • Christophe CHAUVIN, Nov@log, France,
  • Cyril CHEDOT, Haropa Port, Le Havre,
  • Céline CHOUTEAU, CEREMA, France,
  • Ludovic COUTURIER, IDIT, France,
  • Thierry DERREY, SFLog, Clog, GIS TraFIS, ISEL, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France,
  • Philippe DEYSINNE, Nov@log, France,
  • Claude DUVALLET, SFLog, LITIS, FR-CNRS 3638, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France,
  • Abderrahmane FARHATE, ESITH, Morocco,
  • Antonella FERRECCHIA, InSight DCA, Insight Maynooth, Irland,
  • Rod FRANKLIN, Kuehne Logistics university,
  • Jan Fransoo, TU Eindhoven, NL,
  • Khaled GHEDIRA, ENSI, Tunisia,
  • Patrick GRAVE, UMR IDEES Le Havre FR-CNRS 6266, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France,
  • Vytautas JAIKELATIS, UAB, Lithuania,
  • Mariem JAOUADI, ANPR, Tunisia,
  • Olivier JOLY, UMR IDEES Le Havre FR-CNRS 6266, Normandie Univ, Le Havre,
  • Chandra S. LALWANI, University of Hull, UK,
  • Chung-Yee LEE, Hong-Kong University of Science and Technology, HK,
  • Xavier MARTINEZ de OSES, UPC, Spain,
  • Rima MICKIENE, MRUNI, Lithuania,
  • Carlos MILLAN, ITA INNOVA, Spain,
  • Jason MONIOS, Edimburg Napier University, UK,
  • Robin POTE, CRITT T&L, France,
  • Angel PRIEGUE, CIMNE, Spain,
  • Amar RAMUDHIN, University of Hull, UK,
  • Patrick RIGOT-MULLER, NUIM, Irland,
  • Olga SAINZ LOPEZ, Mc Valnera, Spain,
  • Saira SALEEM-PATHAN, Fraunhoffer Institue, Germany,
  • Eric SANLAVILLE, SFLog, LITIS, FR-CNRS 3638, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France,
  • Arnaud SERRY, UMR IDEES Le Havre FR-CNRS 6266, Normandie Univ, Le Havre, France,
  • Abdelkader SBIHI, EM Normandie,
  • Alberto TENA, CIMNE, Spain,
  • François-Xavier TESTARD-VAILLANT, EDF, France,
  • Elen TWRDY, ULFPP, Slovenia,
  • Jérôme VERNY, NEOMA Business School, France,
  • Yossi SHEFFI, MIT, USA,
  • Johan WOXENIUS, Göteborg University, Sweden,
  • Rob ZUIDWIJK, Erasmus University Rotterdam, NL,

Places

  • Le Havre, France (76)

Date(s)

  • Thursday, March 23, 2017

Keywords

  • logistic, port, smart, blockchain, big data, supply chain, deep learning

Contact(s)

  • Sophie Fauvel
    courriel : sophie [dot] fauvel [at] univ-lehavre [dot] fr

Information source

  • Sophie Fauvel
    courriel : sophie [dot] fauvel [at] univ-lehavre [dot] fr

To cite this announcement

« Smart Port », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, March 07, 2017, http://calenda.org/398163