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Statement on COVID-19 for the Multilog Conference 2020
As everyone knows we are in the middle of an unprecedented public health situation and everyone’s life is being impacted in one way or another by COVID-19.
The health and welfare of the Multilog Conference community is our top priority which is why the Multilog Conference Committee has decided to pospone the Multilog Conference 2020. So the next edition of the event will take place at Puerto Angel, Oaxaca, Mexico on December 2021 (dates to be defined).
Authors that have submitted papers will be contacted by the Conference Committee in the next few days to give them further information.
If you have any doubts please contact the Multilog Conference Committee.
Declaración sobre COVID-19 para la Conferencia Multilog 2020
Como todos saben, estamos en medio de una situación de salud pública sin precedentes y COVID-19 está afectando la vida de todos de una forma u otra.
La salud y el bienestar de la comunidad de la Conferencia Multilog es nuestra principal prioridad, por lo que el Comité Organizador de la Conferencia Multilog ha decidido posponer la Conferencia Multilog 2020. Por lo tanto, la próxima edición del evento tendrá lugar en Puerto Ángel, Oaxaca, México, en diciembre de 2021 ( fechas por definir).
Los autores que hayan enviado su artículo serán contactados por el Comité Organizador de la Conferencia en los próximos días para brindarles más información.
En caso de cualquier duda favor de contactar al Comité Organizador de la Conferencia Multilog.
DRA. IDALIA FLORES DE LA MOTA – GENERAL CHAIRPosted by MultiLogs Conference 2020 on Tuesday, 12 May 2020
The growing need for more efficient transport systems and a healthier environment imply a shift of paradigm in mobility, transport and logistics. Intermodal transport takes advantage of the strengths of different transport modes in one integrated transport chain, thereby improving efficiency and economic performance of the system.
Enhancement of both network sustainability and resilience is an important criterion to explore trade-offs associated with intermodal freight and passenger transport. However, scientific knowledge needs to be allied with further technical and economic studies in order to overcome barriers such as insufficient interconnectivity, lack of cooperation and competition between the modes, as well as and the need for harmonised security and safety procedures.
This conference aims at bringing together talented researchers and industry practitioners from around the world to discuss and stimulate the exchange of ideas that can address growing congestion and pollution in urban areas worldwide, as well as an improved efficiency in integrated and sustainable multimodal transport.
It is intended for all levels of experience, making it an excellent opportunity for networking and forging professional relationships. We will be pleased to welcome Prof. Agostino Bruzzone (Università degli Studi di Genova, Italy), MSc. Alejandro Di Bernardi (National University of La Plata (UNLP), Argentina), Dra. Ana Luis Alfaro (Global Spatial Technology Solutions, Canada) Prof. Abdel El Makhloufi (Hogeschool van Amsterdam, Netherlands) and Dr. Manuel Ordorica Mellado (National Autonomous University of México (UNAM), México) as Keynote Speakers.
The MULTILOG 2020 Conference offers the opportunity to submit an extended version of the best papers to special issue of the following journals: Simulation Notes Europe, Case Studies on Transport Policy and World Review of Intermodal Transportation Research.
Selected papers can also be submitted in an extended form as a book chapter for the new volume of Applied Simulation and Optimization 3: New applications in Logistics, Industrial and Aeronautical Practice, to be published by Springer.