e-VRO’s Nick Kullman will present a Stochastic Dynamic Programming approach for solving the vehicle routing problem with uncertain charging station availability in the coming INFORMS conference in Nashville. Don’t miss his talk on Sunday, Nov. 13 at the 4:30 p.m. session in Room Cumberland 5- Omni.
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 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.