These three days, which will take place at the University of Technology in Troyes, France, from 14 to 16 May 2018, deal with Integrated Operations Problems and bring together several scientific events:
- the GdR-RO Fourth School for Young Researchers;
- the Connected Innovation Chair Spring Conference.
- the working days of the GT Meta and GT OSI.
They are dedicated to PhD students, researchers and Industrial engineers who wish to acquire knowledge on Operational Research applied to logistics, with lectures on vehicle routing, scheduling, but also methodologies such as metaheuristics, column generation, exact approaches, constraint programming, and an opening towards subjects (connected objects, data analysis) related to the collection and processing of information useful for decision-making processes in the current industry.
The three-days format has been adapted in such a way that the participants can attend to most of the subject studied. Therefore, each theme studied will start with a 1h30 introductory course related to the topic. This introductory course will provide all the basic notions necessary to fully assimilate the advanced elements that, for some of the14m, will be presented in 3-hour optional computational sessions given with more elaborate and technical content around the same paradigm. These projects will provide an opportunity to illustrate concretely, how techniques work. All interventions will be carried out by senior researchers in the field.