e-VRO’s A. Montoya, C. Guéret, J.E. Mendoza, and J.G. Villegas just published their paper on the electric vehicle routing problem with nonlinear charging function in Transportation Research Part B. You can access the paper here. A pre-print version is available here.
A new version of Alejandro Montoya’s et al. paper on the electric vehicle routing problem with nonlinear charging function is available here.
e-VRO’s Jorge E. Mendoza will give an invited seminar titled “electric vehicle routing problems with non-linear charging functions” at CIRRELT in Montreal on November 9, 2016. The seminar is jointly organised by the Chair in Logistics and Transportation and the Canada Research Chair in Distribution Management. You can find here the abstract and full details on the location and time. If you happen to be in Montreal on the day, do not miss it!
e-VRO’s A. Montoya, Ch. Guéret, J.E. Mendoza, and J.G. Villegas completed a paper on a hybrid metaheuristic to solve the electric vehicle routing problem with non-linear charging functions. You can download the technical report version here.
e-VRO’s Christelle Guéret and Jorge E. Mendoza are host editing a special issue (SI) for the EURO Journal on Transportation and Logistics. The SI focuses on heuristics for vehicle routing and logistics optimization. Particular attention will be given to papers dealing with electric VRPs. You can find the call for papers here. The deadline is October 15, 2016.
e-VRO’s Alejandro Montoya presented his research on “the technician routing problem with conventional and electric vehicles” at the 5th meeting of the EURO working group on vehicle routing and logistics optimization (VeRoLog) held last week in Nantes. Here you can find an abstract of the talk. You can also request the slides by sending an email to: anr[dot]evro[at]gmail[dot]com.
e-VRO’s Alejandro Montoya presented his research on electric vehicle routing optimization at the PGMO seminar on March 17, 2016. His talk, titled contributions to the electric vehicle routing problems, covered optimisation algorithms and state-of-the-art results for two different e-VRP variants. You can find the abstract of the talk here. The slides are available upon request by email to: anr[dot]evro[at]gmail[dot]com.
e-VRO’s Alejandro Montoya, Christelle Guéret, Jorge E. Mendoza, and Juan G. Villegas just released a technical report on the “electric vehicle routing problem with partial charges and non-linear charging functions”.
The report (currently being considered for publication in an international journal) is accessible here.