Technological advances imply new business practices and new trends create exciting opportunities, reducing costs and improving speed and operational efficiency when decision problems are integrated.
These three days, which will take place at the University of Technology in Troyes, France, from 14 to 16 May 2018, deal with Integrated Operations Problems and bring together several scientific events:
- the GdR-RO Fourth School for Young Researchers;
This GdR-RO international spring school on “Integrated Operational Problems” is organized by the GdR-RO and 4 of its working groups taking in charge the scientific organization and a part of the financial expenses:
• The French GdR-RO. Special thanks to Pr. Alain Quilliot who provides us constant support and help. • GT Meta devoted to research on meta heuristic (L. Deroussi, P. Siarry and El. Ghazali Talbi). • GT OSI, devoted to optimization of integrated systems (L. Zaourar, A. Rossi and Y. Kieffer). • GT2L, devoted to transport and logistic problems (P. Lacomme, C. Prodhon and N. Jozefowiez). • GT Bermudes, devoted to scheduling problems in industry 4.0 context (Ch. Block, S. Norre and D. Lemoine).
The project was carried out also under the scientific and financial support of: • The host team ICD-LOSI from the UTT. Special thanks to its head, Pr. Farouk Yalaoui for his support. • The EU/ME working group, which harnesses the collective efforts of the international community to promote the metaheuristics. Special thanks to Pr. Marc Sevaux who has shown confidence in us for a very early project of the School. • The Spanish operational research society SEIO that gives to the event a great visibility for the south europe. • The French operational research society ROADEF for support and help.
|Pr. A. Quilliot
Head of the GdR-RO
|Pr. F. Yalaoui
Head of the LOSI
Assosiate Professor at Troyes
The spring school is free of charge but registration is compulsory.
• Download the registration card :
Word file Pdf file • For problem, feel free to get in touch with us, email. • Warning , due to limited availability of space and because the school is free of charge sign-ins will be considered according to arrival order first, and the maximal number of participants is 140. Registration could be close earliest if the number of sign-ins exceed 140. • Note, each project based learning is limited to 20 participants who will be considered according to sign-ins arrival order.
|Pr. JC. Billautt
Professor at the Université F. Rabelais (Tours)
|Pr. Marc Sevaux
Professor at the Université de Bretagne-Sud
|Pr. Angel Corberan
Professor Dpto. de Estadística e Investigación Operativa Universidad de Valencia
|Pr. Kenneth Sörensen
Professor Univ. Antwerpen
|Pr. Christian Prins
Professor Univ. of Troyes
|CR. Emmanuel Hébrard
Researcher Manager at Toulouse (CNRS)
|Dr. Thierry Garaix
|Dr. Pierre Bomel
Associate Professor at Lorient
|Pr.. Dominique Feillet
Professor at EMSE
We would like to thank all our sponsors without whom this event would have never taken place.
Special thanks to :
• GdR-RO for a support of 3 000 €. • Connected Innovation Chair for a support of 2 000 €. • ICD-LOSI for a support of 2 000 €. • EU/ME european working group for a support of 1 000 €. • Spanish society of operation research for a support of 1 000 €. • OptaLP for a support of 1 000 €. • ROADEF for a support of 600 €.
Note that the co-organizer (GT Bermudes, GT2L, OSI and META)
• provides a support of around 1 000 € per group.
• UTT's core missions are to conduct research, deliver education & training and facilitate technology transfer. UTT is a French institution of higher education established in 1994. It is today one of the largest engineering schools in France. The UTT web site : link • Research activities at UTT are conducted by eight teams within the Charles Delaunay Institute (ICD). The Institute pursues an interfaculty approach to the central theme underpinning all research efforts: risk management science and technology (RMST), one of the major challenges facing modern society. The UTT web site : link • The ICD-LOSI team has brought together specialists of research areas in the field of production system design and management, the supply chain and transport. Our methodology consists in working out relevant models for real systems, in analysing their mathematical properties and then developing optimisation algorithms and efficient simulation methods. • The ICD-LOSI web site : link