Eventos GELOCA

VII INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON LOCATIONAL ANALYSIS AND RELATED PROBLEMS. MTM2014-53828-REDT
Málaga, Spain. September 14th-16th, 2016

The 7th International Workshop on Locational Analysis and Related Problems held in conjunction with the  23rd EURO Working Group on Locational Analysis meeting   on September 14-16, 2016 at Malaga, Spain. The meeting intends to gather the operations research community from different parts of the world to share experiences in the field of locational analysis. We invite participation from all areas related to location theory including: network location, continuous location, discrete location, obnoxious location, competitive location, hub location, location-routing, advanced location models, location applications (logistics, network design), exact and heuristic solution methods. Contributions are welcome from academia, industry or the public sector. In adition to presentations, the meeting is intended to be a forum for exchange of recent experiences and results. Researchers and practitioners are invited to submit an abstract formatted according to the given templates. The submissions will be evaluated by a designated scientific committee. We also offer the possibility to present short communications or ongoing works in the form of poster sessions. The invited speakers are:

Paolo Toth. University of Bologna. Italy. “Algorithms for Location-Routing Problems”. https://www.unibo.it/sitoweb/paolo.toth/en

Janny Leung. The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong. “Humanitarian Logistics: Challenges, Models and Decision Support”. http://www.se.cuhk.edu.hk/people/janny.html

Scientific Committee: S. Alumur (U. Waterloo, Canada), P. Avella (U. Sannio, Italy), G. Bruno (U. Naples, Italy), J. Campbell (U. Missouri, USA), E. Carrizosa (U. Sevilla, Spain), Á. Corberán (U. Valencia, Spain), E. Domínguez (    U. Málaga, Spain), H.A.    Eiselt (U. New Brunswick,    Canada), L. Escudero (U. Rey Juan Carlos, Spain), E. Fernandez (U. Politécnica de Cataluña, Spain), J. Fernández (U. Murcia, Spain), S. García-Quiles (U. Edinburgh, UK), I. Giannikos (U. Patras, Greece), H. Hamacher (U. Kaiserslautern, Germany), J. Kalcsics (U. Edinburgh, UK), D. Krass (U. Toronto,     Canada), M. Labbé (U. Libre Bruxelles, Belgium), M. Landete (U. Miguel Hernandez, Spain), V. Marianov (U. Católica de Chile, Chile), A. Marín (U. Murcia, Spain), J.A. Mesa (U. Sevilla, Spain), A. Murray (Arizona State U., USA), S. Nickel (Karlsruhe Institute Technology, Germany), B. Pelegrín (U. Murcia, Spain), O. Petón (Ecole des Mines de Nantes, France), F. Plastria (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium), J. Puerto (U. Sevilla, Spain), A.M. Rodríguez-Chía (U. Cádiz, Spain), F. Saldanha (U. Lisbon, Portugal), B.G. Tóth (Budapest U. Technology and Economics, Hungary).

Organizing Committee: E. Domínguez  Chair (U. Málaga), S. Salguero, I.    Aguilar..

More information: http://ewgla2016.lcc.uma.es/

 

VI INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON LOCATIONAL ANALYSIS AND RELATED PROBLEMS. MTM2014-53828-REDT
Barcelona, Spain. November 25th-27th, 2015

The International Workshop on Locational Analysis and Related Problems will take place during November 25-27, 2015 in Barcelona (Spain). It is organized by the Spanish Location Network and Location Group GELOCA (SEIO). The Spanish Location Network is a group of more than 140 researchers distributed into 16 nodes corresponding to several Spanish universities. Every year, the Network organizes a meeting to promote the communication between its members and between them and other researchers, and to contribute to the development of the location field and related problems. The last meeting took place in Sevilla, October 1-3, 2014, where the Network combined the organization of the annual Workshop with the celebration of its 10th anniversary. The topics of interest are location analysis and related problems. It includes location models, networks, transportation, logistics, exact and heuristic solution methods, and computational geometry, among others. The invited speakers are:

Matteo Fischetti. DEI, Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione. University of Padova.”Simplied Benders cuts for facility location”. http://www.dei.unipd.it/~fisch/

M. Grazia Speranza. Dipartimento di  Economia e management. University of Brescia.”Kernel search for location problems”. http://www.unibs.it/dipartimenti/metodi-quantitativi/personale-del-dipartimento/professori-ordinari-e-straordinari/profssa-speranza-m-grazia

Comité Científico: E. Carrizosa (U. de Sevilla),  A. Corberán (U. de Valencia), E. Fernández  (U. Politécnica de Cataluña), A. Marín  (U. de Murcia), J.A. Mesa (U. de Sevilla), B. Pelegrín (U. De Murcia),   J. Puerto  (U. de Sevilla), A.M. Rodríguez-Chía (U. de Cádiz).

Comité Organizador: María Albareda Sambola (U. Politécnica de Cataluña) (Chair), Luisa I. Martínez Merino(U. de Cádiz), F. Riejos (U. de Sevilla),  A.M. Rodríguez-Chía (U. de Cádiz),  D.R. Santos-Peñate (U. de Las Palmas de G.C.).

More information: http://www.imus.us.es/REDLOCA15/en/

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON LOCATIONAL ANALYSIS AND RELATED PROBLEMS.  MTM2010-12053-E
Seville, Spain. October 1st-3rd, 2014

The International Workshop on Locational Analysis and Related Problems will take place during October 1-3, 2014 in Seville (Spain). It is organized by the Spanish Location Network and Location Group GELOCA (SEIO). The Spanish Location Network is a group of more than 140 researchers distributed into 16 nodes corresponding to several Spanish universities. Every year, the Network organizes a meeting to promote the communication between its members and between them and other researchers, and to contribute to the development of the location field and related problems. The last meeting took place in Malaga, June 19-21, 2013, where the Network combined the organization of the annual Workshop with the celebration of its 10th anniversary. The topics of interest are location analysis and related problems. It includes location models, networks, transportation, logistics, exact and heuristic solution methods, and computational geometry, among others. The invited speakers are:

Martine Labbé. Computer Science Department of Université Libre of Brussels. “Network design problems in phylogenetics”. Gerhard Reinelt. Discrete and Combinatorial Opt. Heildelberg University. “Ordering problems”.                                                     Andrea Scozzari. Università degli Studi Niccolò Cusano-Telematica, Roma. “Partitioning a graph into connected components with fixed centers and optimizing different criteria”

Comité Científico: E. Carrizosa (U. de Sevilla),  A. Corberán (U. de Valencia), J.M. Díaz-Báñez (U. de Sevilla), E. Fernández  (U. Politécnica de Cataluña), A. Marín  (U. de Murcia), J.A. Mesa (U. de Sevilla), J.A. Moreno (U. de La Laguna),   J. Puerto  (U. de Sevilla), A.M. Rodríguez-Chía (U. de Cádiz), D.R. Santos-Peñate (U. de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria).
Comité Organizador: JE. Carrizosa (U. de Sevilla), J. M. Díaz‐Báñez (U. de Sevilla), P. Dorta (U. de Las Palmas de G.C.), I. Espejo (U. de Cádiz), E. Fernández  (U. Politécnica de Cataluña), J.A. Moreno Pérez (U. de La Laguna), F.A. Ortega (U. de Sevilla), J. Puerto (U. de Sevilla), A.M. Rodríguez-Chía (U. de Cádiz), M.C. Sánchez-Gil (U. de Cádiz), D.R. Santos-Peñate (U. de Las Palmas de G.C.), R. Suárez  (U. de Las Palmas de G.C.), C. Valero (U. de Cádiz).

More information: http://www.imus.us.es/REDLOCA14/en/

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON LOCATIONAL ANALYSIS AND RELATED PROBLEMS. X ANNIVERSARY OF THE SPANISH LOCATION NETWORK. MTM2010-12053-E
Torremolinos (Málaga), Spain. June 19-21, 2013

The International Workshop on Locational Analysis and Related Problems – X Anniversary of the Spanish Location Network will take place during June 19-21, 2013 in Torremolinos, province of Málaga (Spain). It is organized by the Spanish Location Network, which is a group of more than 140 researchers distributed into 16 nodes corresponding to several Spanish universities. Every year, the Network organizes a meeting to promote the communication between its members and between them and other researchers, and to contribute to the development of the location field and related problems. The last workshop took place in Granada, May 10-12, 2012 (http://www.webs.ulpgc.es/locafin). This year, the Network combines the organization of the annual Workshop with the celebration of its 10th anniversary, extending the call for papers to the scientific community. The topics of interest are location analysis and related problems. It includes location models, networks, transportation, logistics, exact and heuristic solution methods, and computational geometry, among others. Researchers and practitioners are invited to present works in the form of oral communications or poster. The invited speakers are:
Mark S. Daskin. Clyde W. Johnson Collegiate. USA. Jack Brimberg. Professor, Royal Military College in Kingston. Canada.
Comité Científico: J.M. Díaz-Báñez, E. Fernández, J.A. Moreno, J. Puerto, D.R. Santos.
Comité Organizador: J.M. Díaz-Báñez. E. Domínguez, P. Dorta, E. Fernández, E. Hendrix, J.A. Moreno, J. Puerto, A.M. Rodríguez-Chía, D.R. Santos, R. Suárez.

WORKSHOP ON LOCATIONAL ANALYSIS AND RELATED PROBLEMS y REUNIÓN DE LA RED TEMÁTICA DE LOCALIZACIÓN Y PROBLEMAS AFINES 2012. MTM2010-12053-E
Granada, 10-12 de Mayo de 2012

La  Red de Localización y Problemas Afines es un grupo consolidado de investigadores de universidades españolas y extranjeras que trabajan en el ámbito de la localización y problemas relacionados. Iniciada en el año 2002,  con antecedentes en el Grupo Español de Localización (GELOCA), actualmente la Red tiene más de 140 investigadores, distribuidos en 16 nodos, interviniendo 21 universidades españolas y 9 extranjeras. Sus miembros acumulan una gran experiencia en temas de localización, diseño de redes, y transporte, así como en técnicas de optimización en general, reconocida a nivel internacional. La Localización es un área de investigación dirigida a determinar las ubicaciones óptimas de proveedores de servicios, instalaciones, objetos o estructuras de cierto tipo, de manera que se alcancen ciertos objetivos. Lleva inherente el concepto de espacio y de su uso, y está fuertemente ligada a las áreas del transporte, las comunicaciones y la logística. Los fines perseguidos dependen del objeto de la localización, puede tratarse de la maximización de los beneficios derivados del funcionamiento de las instalaciones que se van a localizar, de la minimización de costes de desplazamiento, de la maximización de la población cubierta por unos puntos de servicio, o de la minimización de los efectos no deseados o nocivos producidos por estas instalaciones. La Red persigue varios objetivos. Por un lado, se desea potenciar el desarrollo científico del área, fomentando la comunicación entre sus miembros, facilitando la formación de los investigadores noveles y ampliando la de otros con experiencia. Por otro lado, la Red quiere impulsar la transferencia de conocimientos entre la Universidad y la Industria, Empresa y Sociedad. Ambos objetivos no son independientes ya que el desarrollo de cualquiera de ellos influirá en los avances que puedan llevarse a cabo en el otro. En la convocatoria del año 2012, la Reunión de la Red aparece integrada en el Workshop on Locational Analysis and Related Problems 2012. Este encuentro combinará la participación de investigadores invitados con la presentación de trabajos por parte de varios miembros de la Red.

Conferenciantes Invitados: Richard Church, University of California, Santa Barbara. Martine Labbé, Université Libre de Bruxelles. Manuel Laguna, University of Colorado. Aníbal Ollero, University of Sevilla. Stefan Voβ, University of Hamburg. Aureli Alabert. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Comité Científico: JM Díaz-Báñez, E. Fernández, JA Moreno, J. Puerto, DR Santos,
Comité Organizador: V. Blanco, JM Díaz-Báñez, P. Dorta, E. Fernández, JA Moreno, J. Puerto, DR Santos, R. Suárez.
Más información: http://www.imus.us.es/REDLOCA14/

 

EXPLORATORY WORKSHOP ON LOCATIONAL ANALYSIS: TRENDS ON THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
Seville (Spain), 28-30 November 2011

This workshop is meant to be a discussion forum about Location Theory/Locational Analysis, treating the state of the art in both location theory and its practical applications. The invited speakers are:
Laureano Escudero (Madrid), Andrea Lodi (Bologna), Dolores Romero (Oxford), Andrea Scozzari (Roma) and Anita Schöbel (Göttingen).
They will present their vision about the current state of knowledge of a topic in the area and propose several problems.
Venue: Pavilion of México (University of Seville).
Organizing Committee: Emilio Carrizosa, Juan A. Mesa, Justo Puerto, Antonio M. Rodríguez-Chía.
For more information: http://www.imus.us.es/ACT/ewla2011/