When looking at the supply chain and logistics, the physical internet is an open global logistics system founded on physical, digital, and operational interconnectivity, through encapsulation, interfaces and protocols. It’s about finding new and efficient ways to move, use and store physical objects. The upcoming 2017 Supply Chain Management for Efficient Consumer Response Conference will address a number of topics around these new challenges, and is now opening a call for papers.
Those interested in submitting papers can address, but are not restricted to, one of the five following topics:
Abstracts should be submitted in English and a maximum of 300 words (minimum 100 words), accompanied by five to eight key words. This should be accompanied by the form described in the attached template. The deadline for submissions is 30th September 2017. Once your abstract has been approved, additional information will be provided about how to turn you abstract into a complete article. Deadline for articles to be submitted by 15th October 2017.
During the event, your presentations should be in PowerPoint format, be between 20-25 slides and should last around 25 minutes, with five minutes at the end for Q&A. Presentations should be live, but can be in person at the event or delivered remotely.
Prof. Dr. Virgil Popa: 0721/219320