Smart logistics (schedule design, supply chains, logistics, manufacturing systems)

Supply chains play an increasing role in our modern global economy. They allow goods to be manufactured and transported in cost-efficient ways, while ensuring that these goods reach the customers in time. Supply chain activities have become increasingly complex due to the presence of global production networks, increasing customer demand, the challenges of the new sharing economy, environmental impact and, of course, an inherently uncertain environment. To help make better supply chain decisions, GERAD members have developed mathematical models and data-driven algorithms for various logistics applications to deal with these huge challenges. Below, some examples of the research done at GERAD in this area are highlighted. We are not providing an exhaustive overview.


Yossiri Adulyasak Member, GERAD
Daniel Aloise Member, GERAD
Pierre Baptiste Member, GERAD
Nabil Belacel Associated member, GERAD
Marilène Cherkesly Member, GERAD
Claudio Contardo Member, GERAD
Silvio Alexandre de Araujo Associated member, GERAD
Jacques Desrosiers Associated member, GERAD
Mehmet Gumus Member, GERAD
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