The second e-VRO research seminar will take place on Fev. 09, 2016 at Polytech Tours. The invited speaker is Justin Goodson from Saint Louis University. Justin will talk about “Offline-Online Approximate Dynamic Programming for Dynamic Vehicle Routing with Stochastic Requests”. Assistance is free and open to everyone. However for administrative purposes please register to the seminar by sending an email to jorge[dot]mendoza[at]univ-tours[dot]fr. An abstract of the talk is available here.
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Justin Goodson from Saint Louis University joins Polytech Tours as an invited professor from Fev. 1 to Mar. 16, 2016. During his stay Justin will collaborate with Nicholas Kullman and Jorge E. Mendoza conducting research on stochastic e-VRPs. Justin will also share his research with members of the OC research team on two seminars (more information here). Welcome aboard Justin!
The first e-VRO research seminar will take place on January 13-2016 at Polytech Tours. The invited speaker is Jakob Puchinger from System X and CentraleSupélec (Paris) who will present his work on “Urban Electric Vehicle Fleets: Strategic and Operational Management”. Attendance is free and open to anyone. Nonetheless, for organisational purposes, please contact Jorge E. Mendoza (jorge[dot]mendoza[at]univ-tours[dot]fr) by email to register.
Details about the seminar and an abstract are available 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.
e-VRO’s Christelle Guéret and Jorge E. Mendoza and their colleague Jakob Puchinger are organizing a special session on “electric vehicle routing problems” for the 17th conference of French operations research society (ROADEF 2016). Submissions are open until December 19. To submit a paper to the session click here.