Hamburg International Conference of Logistics
Hamburg International Conference of Logistics
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17th Hamburg International Conference of Logistics

17th Hamburg International Conference of Logistics (HICL 2024) 

September 25-27, 2024

at Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) 
 

Sustainable and Resilient Logistics: Navigating Towards a Greener and More Robust Future

In an era marked by rapid global changes, the need to accelerate the transformation towards sustainable and resilient logistics systems and supply chains has never been more pressing. Adequately incorporating these dimensions poses unique challenges for logistics and supply chain management and offers many opportunities for science and practice. The collection and analysis of data to predict potential disruptions in supply chains or the need to share information between supply chain partners to understand and mitigate possible effects that products and services might have on the environment are just two examples of what these new roles entail. Both, science and practice have recognized that successfully addressing aspects such as supply chain risk management, digitalization, and sustainable supply chain management is vital for being and remaining competitive in this changing environment. HICL 2024 focuses on research concepts and ideas that reveal new opportunities and provide insights into the future of logistics and supply chain management. 

Tracks

Logistics Management and Operations, e.g.

  • Urban Logistics and Last-Mile Delivery
  • Maritime Logistics and Port Operations
  • Multi-Modal Transportation Networks
  • Competences and Organizational Structures in Logistics Systems
  • Innovation, Leadership and Teams in Logistics Systems

Advanced Logistics Technologies, e.g.

  • Advanced Manufacturing and Material Flow Systems
  • Digitals Twins and Simulation of Logistics Systems
  • Artificial Intelligence and Business Analytics
  • Digital Logistics Platforms
  • Case Studies and Best Practices

Sustainability and Resilience, e.g.

  • Climate-Resilient Transportation Systems
  • Logistics Systems for the Circular Economy
  • Social and Environmental Responsibility in Supply Chains
  • Sustainability and Resilience Assessment
  • Supply Chain Risk Management

Conference chairs

  • Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Wolfgang Kersten
  • Prof. Dr. Thorsten Blecker
  • Prof. Dr. Christian M. Ringle
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Carlos Jahn
  • Prof. Dr. Christian Thies

Important dates

  • 31.05.24 - Abstract submission closes
  • 15.07.24 - Deadline for early-bird registration
  • 15.08.24 - Registration closes