Thank you profusely for enriching our conference with your presentations, your eagerness for discussion and your enthusiasm! We are very much looking forward to welcome you at next year's ICCL 2024 in San Diego!
Please find further impressions of our conference in the password-protected section ICCL 2023- Impressions . Please use the same password as for logging in for the conference proceedings.
September 06 - 08, 2023, DLR, Rutherfordstaße 2, Berlin (Germany)
Welcome to the annual International Conference on Computational Logistics. Academics, researchers, and professionals are cordially invited to participate in our conference. The central aim of the ICCL conference series is to bring together experts in the field of computational logistics from all over the world. Another important focus is to join methods and approaches from the fields of operations research, business analytics, computer science, and artificial intelligence with the goal of improving logistics and decision-making processes. This conference series provides the platform for presentations and discussions of current research results, identification of new trends and developments, and exchange of experiences in various fields of logistics.
Important Dates (New!)
- March 15, 2023: Submission deadline for proposal special sessions
- March 21, 2023: Notification of acceptance session proposals
- April 30, 2023: Submission deadline full papers (conference proceedings)
- June 01, 2023: Submission deadline (extended) abstracts for presentation only
- June 20 and 21, 2023: Notifications of acceptance (for both full papers and abstracts; extended due to the extension of submissions)
- June 28, 2023: Deadline for submission camera-ready paper
The ICCL Conference 2023 will take place at the DLR Office Building in Berlin. The host is the German Aerospace Center (DLR), which conducts research and development in the fields of aeronautics, space, energy, transport, and security at various locations in Germany.
As climate, mobility, and technology change worldwide, DLR uses the expertise of its 55 research institutes and facilities to develop solutions to these challenges. 10,000 employees share a common mission: to explore the Earth and space and to develop technologies for a sustainable future.
With its institutes located at Germanys capital city, DLR's Berlin site focuses on space and transport research. As pioneers for an environmentally and socially compatible transport system and management, the scientists and engineers focus on cross-modal concepts and the use of state-of-the-art technologies. ICCL is organised within DLR by the Institute of Transport Research. The Institute's goals align with the theme of this year's ICCL conference - Future of Transport. Therefore, we are pleased to be hosted by the DLR! For more information about our host, please click on the logo or follow the link below.