1. Aldair Alvarez, Inventory Routing Under Stochastic Supply and Demand, 7 avril 2021
  2. Aldair Alvarez, Managing Perishability in an Inventory Routing Problem, 31 octobre 2019
  3. Jésica de Armas, Interdependent Home Health Care and Social Care Problems, 8 octobre 2019
  4. Maximilian Schiffer, Optimal Picking Policies for E-commerce Warehouses, 10 septembre 2019
  5. Fabio Furini, The maximum clique interdiction problem, 27 août 2019
  6. Justin Goodson, Dynamic Vehicle Routing: Review & Modeling Framework, 10 décembre 2018
  7. Ioannis Fragkos, Integrated Planning for Multimodal Freight Networks with Timetabling Disruptions and Customer Service Requirements, 2 novembre 2018
  8. Tom Van Woensel, Pickup and Delivery Problem with Time windows and Transfers, 1 novembre 2018
  9. Anaïssia Franca et Catherine Gosselin, Supporting the Electrification of Rapid Transit Projects by Modelling the Bus Energy Consumption, 18 octobre 2018
  10. Luigi Moccia, Elastic demand and recent advances in transit technology choice, 29 août 2018
  11. Marc-Antoine Coindreau, Vehicle Routing with Transportable Resources, 11 juillet 2018
  12. Claudia Bongiovanni, The Electric Autonomous Dial-a-Ride Problem, 15 mai 2018
  13. Simon Thevenin, Material Requirements Planning under Demand Uncertainty, 2 mai 2018
  14. Hani Zbib, Optimizing Curbside Waste Collection Systems, 18 avril 2018
  15. Okan Arslan, Network Design Problem with Length-bounded Paths, 17 janvier 2018
  16. Rennan Danilo Seimetz Chagas, The Problem of Scheduling Offshore Supply Port Operations, 12 septembre 2017
  17. Pedro Luis Miranda Lugo, A Decomposition Heuristic for the Production Routing Problem in a Make-to-Order Company, 29 mars 2017
  18. Masoud Chitsaz, A Unified Decomposition Matheuristic for Assembly, Production and Inventory Routing, 28 février 2017
  19. Benjamin C. Shelbourne, The vehicle routing problem with release and due dates, 15 février 2017
  20. Jorge Mendoza, Electric vehicle routing problems with non-linear charging functions, 9 novembre 2016
  21. Sandra Huber, Determining the order of neighborhood operators in a Variable Neighborhood Search: A study on the Swap-Body Vehicle Routing Problem, 19 octobre 2016
  22. Arthur Mahéo, BusPlus: Hub and shuttle public transit system for Canberra, 12 octobre 2016
  23. Luigi Moccia, Models for technology choice in a transit corridor, 29 août 2016
  24. Gerardo Berbeglia, An evaluation of ranking policies for trial-offer markets with social influence, 27 mai 2016
  25. Cagri Koç, A multiperiod location-routing problem arising in the collection of olive oil mill wastewater, 10 mars 2016
  26. Thibaut Vidal, Phase unwrapping and operations research, 4 février 2016
  27. Carlos Zetina, Robust uncapacitated hub location, 3 décembre 2015
  28. Ilya Markov, Vehicle routing and demand forecasting in recyclable waste collection, 26 novembre 2015
  29. Tom Van Woensel, “Cargo Hitching”, 5 novembre 2015
  30. Anna Franceschetti, “Strategic fleet planning for city logistics”, 29 octobre 2015
  31. International Workshop on Lot Sizing, HEC Montréal, 24-26 août 2015
  32. Veaceslav Ghilas, “An adaptive large neighborhood search heuristic for the pickup and delivery problem with time windows and scheduled lines”, 15 avril 2015
  33. Irina Dolinskaya, “Adaptive Routing and Recharging Policies for Electric Vehicles”, 20 mars 2015
  34. Sibel Alumur Alev, “Hub Location and the Design of Intermodal Hub Networks”, 3 décembre 2014
  35. Bruno Petrato Bruck, “Non-Elementary Formulations for the Single Vehicle Routing Problem with Deliveries and Selective Pickups”, 26 novembre 2014
  36. Mor Kaspi, “Regulating One-Way Vehicle Sharing Systems through Parking Reservation Policies”, 9 octobre 2014
  37. Andreza C. Beezão, “An adaptive large neighborhood search heuristic for the parallel machine problem with tooling constraints (PMTC)”, 11 septembre 2014
  38. Mayron Cesar De Oliveira Moreira, “A robust approach for the assembly line balancing problem with heterogeneous workers”, 4 septembre 2014
  39. Kerem Akartunali, “Optimization in Maritime Transportation: Two Applications”, 13 juin 2014
  40. Slim Belhaiza, “A hybrid variable neighborhood-tabu search heuristic for the vehicle routing problem with multiple time windows”, 12 juin 2014
  41. Moritz Fleischmann, University of Mannheim, Allemagne, “Revenue Management Approaches to Supply Chain Demand Fulfillment”, 14 mai 2014.
  42. Çagri Koç, University of Southampton, Royaume-Uni, “A Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithm for Heterogeneous Fleet Vehicle Routing Problems with Time Windows”, 22 avril 2014
  43. Ellen Karoline Nørlund, Molde University College, Norvège, “Green Supply Vessel Operations”, 15 avril 2014
  44. Masoud Chitsaz, KU Leuven, Belgique, “A Heuristic for the Cyclic Inventory Routing Problem”, 29 janvier 2014
  45. Anna Franceschetti, Technical University of Eindhoven, Pays-Bas, “Reducing Vehicles Emissions by Optimizing Departure Times and Travel Speed”, 10 décembre 2013
  46. Yossiri Adulyasak, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), États-Unis, “Stochastic and Robust Vehicle Routing with Deadlines”, 11 octobre 2013
  47. Gunes Erdogan, University of Southampton, Royaume-Uni, “Matheuristics for a Multi-attribute Profit Collecting Vehicle Routing Problem”, 4 septembre 2013
  48. Iris F. A. Vis, University of Groningen, Netherlands, “Yard Operations in Container Terminals”, 7 juin 2013
  49. Elisangela Martins de Sá, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil, “Hub Line Location Problem”, 17 avril 2013
  50. Raf Jans, HEC Montréal, Canada, “Symmetry Breaking in MIP Optimization Problems”, 28 mars 2013
  51. Ehsan Nikbakhsh, Tarbiat Modares University, Iran, “Green Supply Chain Network Design for Post-Sales Companies”, 13 mars 2013
  52. Claudio Contardo, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, “Exact algorithms for several classes of vehicle routing problems”, 20 février 2013
  53. Ola Jabali, HEC Montréal, Canada, “A continuous approximation model for the fleet composition problem”, 22 janvier 2013
  54. Jonathan F. Bard, The University of Texas at Austin, USA, “Designing driver work areas for pickup & delivery operations”, 11 décembre 2012
  55. Yossiri Adulyasak, HEC Montréal, Canada, “Benders decomposition for production routing under demand uncertainty”, 21 novembre 2012
  56. Jørgen Glomvik Rakke, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, “Creating an annual delivery program of multi-product liquefied natural gas”, 3 octobre 2012
  57. Leandro C. Coelho, HEC Montréal, Canada, “Dynamic and Stochastic Inventory-Routing”, 5 septembre 2012
  58. Stefan Gollowitzer,University of Vienna, Austria, “Optimization tools for last mile access networks”, 2 mai 2012
  59. Maria Angélica Salazar Aguilar, HEC Montréal, Canada, “The synchronized arc and node routing problem”, 14 mars 2012
  60. Claudio Contardo, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada, “A Dynamic Bike Sharing Balancing Problem”, 22 février 2012
  61. Ibrahim Muter, HEC Montréal, Canada, “Simultaneous Column and Row Generation for Large Scale Linear Programs with Column Dependent Rows”, 25 janvier 2012
  62. Amir Hossein Gharehgozli, Erasmus University, Netherlands, “Scheduling Two Automated Stacking Cranes to Handle Container Storage and Retrieval Requests with Precedence Constraints and Not-Given Storage Locations”, 6 décembre 2011
  63. Ola Jabali, École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada, “Improvements to the Integer L-shaped Algorithm for the Multi-Vehicle Routing Problem with Stochastic Demands”, 10 novembre 2011
  64. David Novak, The University of Vermont, USA, “Incorporating Varying Trip Purposes and Critical Facility Location into Network Robustness Analysis”, 19 octobre 2011
  65. Ivan Contreras, Université Concordia, Canada, “Exact Solution of Large-Scale Hub Location Problems with Multiple Capacity Levels”, 28 septembre 2011
  66. Manish Verma, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, “A Tactical Planning Model for Railroad Transportation of Dangerous Goods”, April 14, 2011
  67. Glaydston Ribeiro, Department of Engineering, Federal University of Espirito Santo, Brazil, “A Branch-and-Price-and-Cut Algorithm for the Workover Rig Routing Problem”, March 14, 2011
  68. Barrett Thomas, Department of Management Sciences, University of Iowa, USA, “A Rollout Policy Framework for Dynamic Programming Approximations to the Vehicle Routing Problem with Stochastic Demands and Duration Limits”, February 16, 2011
  69. Sabine Limbourg, Université de Liège, Belgium, “Automatic Cargo Load Planning”, December 14, 2010
  70. Emanuela Guerriero, Università del Salento, Italy, “On The Time-Dependent Traveling Salesman Problem”, October 27, 2010
  71. Vera Hemmelmayr, University of Vienna, “Bin Allocation and Vehicle Routing in Waste Collection Applications”, October 20, 2010
  72. Asvin Goel, Zaragoza Logistics Center, Spain, “The U.S. Truck Driver Scheduling Problem”, 28 septembre 2010
  73. Nadia Lahrichi, Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada, “Solving a milk collecting and delivering problem for the “Fédération des producteurs de lait du Québec””, 15 septembre 2010
  74. Spring School on Supply Chain and Transportation Network Design, HEC Montréal, May 12-14, 2010
  75. Thibaut Vidal, Université de Montréal and Université de Technologie de Troyes, France, “A hybrid genetic approach to tackle rich vehicle routing problems”, April 14, 2010
  76. Mikael Rönnqvist, The Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, Norway, “Finding the Right Distance”, March 30, 2010
  77. Oguz Solyali, HEC Montréal, “Robust Inventory Routing under Demand Uncertainty”, March 24, 2010
  78. Enrico Bartolini, Università di Bologna, Italy, “An Exact Algorithm for the Pickup and Delivery Problem with Time Windows”, February 16, 2010
  79. Ivan Contreras, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain, “The Center Facility Location Network Design Problem with Budget Constraint”, January 20, 2010
  80. Karina Kjedlsen, Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus, Denmark, “Routing and Scheduling in Liner Shipping”, December 2, 2009
  81. Patrick Jaillet, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, “Online Traveling Salesman Problems with Flexible Services”, November 5, 2009
  82. Hani S. Mahmassani, Northwestern University, Evanston, Ilinois, “Green Logistics: Assessment of Freight Market Shifts Using a Dynamic Intermodal Network Analysis Methodology”, October 2, 2009
  83. Jacek Zak, Poznan University of Technology, Poland, “The Methodology of Multiple Criteria Decision Making in Transportation and Logistics”, 8 septembre 2009
  84. Aliaksandr Shyshou, Molde University College, Norway, “A simulation study of the fleet sizing problem arising in offshore anchor handling operations”, 18 mars 2009
  85. Verena Schmid, University of Vienna, “Trucks in Movement: Hybridization of Exact Approaches and Variable Neighborhood Search for the Delivery of Ready-Mixed Concrete”, 11 février 2009
  86. Francesco Ferrucci, University of Wuppertal, “Real-time distribution of perishable goods using past request information to forecast future demand”, 28 janvier 2009
  87. Mariam Tagmouti, DIRO, Université de Montréal, “A variable neighborhood descent for arc routing problems with time-dependent service costs”, 14 janvier 2009
  88. Ann Melissa Campbell, University of Iowa, “Challenges and Opportunities in Attended Home Delivery”, 3 décembre 2008
  89. Abdullah Dasci, York University, Toronto, “Solving price discrimination problems in temporal, spatial, and perceptual spaces: A continuous approximation approach”, 26 novembre 2008
  90. Marta Margarida Braz Pascoal, University of Coimbra, Portugal, “Multicriteria Approaches for a Routing Problem in Multimedia Networks”, 5 novembre 2008
  91. Sophie Parragh, University of Vienna, “Algorithms for the Heterogeneous Dial-a-Ride Problem”, 1 octobre 2008
  92. Amy Cohn, University of Michigan, “Test-and-Prune: A New Algorithm for Combinatorial Optimization Problems”, 24 septembre 2008
  93. Géraldine Heilporn, DIRO, Université de Montréal, “A Polyhedral Study of the Network Pricing Problem with Connected Toll Arcs”, 23 avril 2008
  94. Maria Battarra, DEIS, Università di Bologna, “Valid Inequalities for the Fleet Size and Mix Vehicle Routing Problem with Fixed Costs”, March 14, 2008
  95. Gerardo Berbeglia, HEC Montréal, “Feasibility checking in the Dial-a-Ride Problem using Constraint Programming”, February 15, 2008
  96. Charles Bordenave, DIRO, Université de Montréal, “The Preemptive and Non-preemptive Swapping Problem”, January 18, 2008
  97. Monia Rekik, CIRRELT, “Allocation de coûts dans les enchères combinatoires pour des marchés bilatéraux d’acquisition des services de transport”, 7 décembre 2007
  98. Nicolas Jozefowiez, Chaire de recherche industrielle du CRSNG en management logistique, “Multi-objective Vehicle Routing Problems”, November 9, 2007
  99. Min Wen, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark, “Vehicle Routing with Cross-Docking”, October 12, 2007
  100. Nicole Wieberneit, University of Augsburg, Germany, “A Service Network Design Problem for LTL-Operations in Germany”, September 14, 2007
  101. Pascal Van Hentenryck, Brown University, “Online Stochastic Combinatorial Optimization”, March 28, 2007
  102. Gunes Erdogan, Canada Research Chair in Distribution Management, HEC Montréal, “A Dial-A-Ride Problem in the Turkish Armed Forces”, February 16, 2007
  103. Vitória Pureza, Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos, Brazil, and Canada Research Chair in Distribution Management, HEC Montréal, “Waiting and buffering strategies for the dynamic time-dependent pickup and delivery problem with time windows”, January 19, 2007
  104. Stein W. Wallace, Molde University College, Norway, “Understanding the effects of uncertainty in optimization”, December 8, 2006
  105. Luis Gouveia, DEIO, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal, “On Time-Dependent Models for Unit Demand Vehicle Routing Problems”, November 10, 2006
  106. Fabien Cornillier, Département des opérations et systèmes de décision, Université Laval, “Un algorithme exact de résolution du problème d’approvisionnement de stations d’essence”, 6 octobre 2006
  107. Marta Krajewska, Chair of Logistics, University of Bremen, Germany, “Integrated operational transportation planning and its extension to collaborative planning of the freight forwarders”, September 15, 2006
  108. Luigi Moccia, Laboratoria di Logistica, Università della Calabria, “The Group Allocation Problem in a Transshipment Container Terminal”, September 8, 2006
  109. Spring School on Vehicle Routing, HEC Montréal, May 10-12, 2006