NWO and TKI Dinalog organise a conference for all researchers and other experts from governance, industry and NGO’s currently involved in NWO and TKI Dinalog research projects on logistics.
The aim of the conference is to bring together the community of researchers and partners in the project consortia, as well as experts from the Topsector Logistiek, TKI Dinalog, program committee members, and some other relevant stakeholders.
In one day you will be able to:
- inform yourself on the progress of the projects of the programmes Vitale Logistiek, Duurzame Logistiek, ISCOM, Accelerator, Eranet Transport and TKI Toeslag;
- get insight in the intended end results of the projects;
- discover common ground and opportunities for synergy and cooperation;
- identify possible topics that are not covered yet and new knowledge questions for future research.
For researchers the conference will be the perfect opportunity to present their project, discuss the results so far with research collegues in other projects and experts from the field and to get to know the other members of the logistic research community in the Netherlands.
We expect all projects of the (around) 50 projects to be amply represented.
Language will be English.
09.15 Reception, registration
10.00 Plenary start; Chair Albert Veenstra (Scientific Director of TKI Dinalog, Professor International Trade Facilitation & Logistics at Eindhoven Technical University) will have a dialogue on pressing issues and questions with some experts in logistics.
With: Robbert Janssen (TNO), Evangelia Demerouti (Eindhoven University of Technology), Henk Akkermans (Tilburg University)
There will be a short introduction to the underlying programmes. Two experts will be introduced who will be observing the day and give back their observations at the end of the day: Jos van Hillegersberg (chair of programme committee TKI Dinalog, Professor of Business Information Systems at the University of Twente), Amanda Verdonk (independent innovation journalist).
10.50 Rounds 1 & 2: parallel sessions in thematic tracks. See the conference booklet for the detailed sessions programme.
13.10 Lunch break
14.00 Rounds 3 & 4: parallel sessions in thematic tracks. See the conference booklet for the detailed sessions programme.
16.20 Plenary wrap up with chair Albert Veenstra and the two observing experts.
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