Building Alliances, Advancing Solutions
Second Call for Papers
On October 15th-16th, 2012 MITL & SCL are hosting our 4th TRANSLOG Conference at the
McMaster University, DeGroote School of Business, Ron Joyce Centre in Burlington, ON.
TRANSLOG is a leading forum for the exchange of ideas relating to the latest theoretical and
applied research in freight and goods movement. Because the efficiency and sustainability
of freight movements is very much intertwined with other transportation elements,
TRANSLOG will also explore non-freight themes.
This unique two day event will bring together transportation and logistics leaders from
academia, government and the private sector and will feature keynote presentations,
interactive discussions, and targeted breakout sessions that will ensure a lively
environment to exchange views.
- Transportation as an Economic Enabler
- New Mobility & Data Collection Technologies
- Freight Issues by Mode
- Dangerous Goods
- Critical Infrastructure
- Cross-Border Issues
Opening of Conference Registration: May 30, 2012
Early-bird Registration Deadline: August 31, 2012
For conference logistics and program information please click here
On-line registration will be available
May 30, 2012
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Abstract Submission (250 words max.): June 15, 2012
Please email abstracts to MITL: click here
The TRANSLOG 2012 Scientific Committee members are organizing academic presentations in their specific areas of research. Please contact them through the link above if you are interested in presenting in one of their sesssions.
Industry and Government Sessions
If you are interested in presenting, or would like to organize a special session, please contact Bob Armstrong.
Student Paper Award
The Conference sponsors a Best Student Paper Award. The winner is chosen from student
academic submissions based on recommendations from the program review committee, and will
be presented at the conference. Best Paper prize is $1000.00; Runner-up paper prize is $500.00.
Abstract submissions are due June 15th and final student papers are due: August 15,
2012. Winners will be required to attend and present at the conference. For more information
about the competition please click here.