DRIVER+ Netherlands Trial is being organised by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and Safety Region Haaglanden (SRH). It will be conducted as a tabletop Trial at the premises of SRH in The Hague from Tuesday 21 May 2019 to Thursday 23rd May 2019.
THE SCENARIO: A FLOOD IN THE HAGUE
Severe weather causes the Scheveningen lock to fail, flooding The Hague city centre, putting more than 500,000 people at risk. Cascade effects will be (partial) loss of electricity, gas, drinking water, telecoms networks and damage to roads, houses, cars, shops, tram lines.
From 04 to 08 February 2019 the Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week (HNPW) took place in the swiss Geneva. The congress is the annual meeting-point of members from different departments of the UN, the industry, NGOs etc. Different accomplishments, developments and projects from the humanitarian field are discussed and exchanged throughout the week. Beside that contacts and networks are cultivated.
C³M is happy to participate again at the HPNW2019. We are delighted to represent our DRIVER+ project with a booth. Next to this, we proud to have Kristin Jenssen presenting our ongoing work in the context of assessing the application potential of Vendor Managed Inventory in humanitarian logistics.
The European Working Group on Humanitarian Logistics (EURO HOpe) and the Research Center for Operations Management of KULeuven are organizing the third EURO HOpe mini-conference in Leuven. The dates are 13 and 14 September 2018.
Check out the website for more information: EURO HOpe Website
The event is co-organized by the Georgia Tech Center for Health & Humanitarian Systems (CHHS), INSEAD Humanitarian Research Group, MIT Humanitarian Response Lab, Northeastern University, and UNICEF Supply Division. The conference features plenary panels and interactive workshops on topics related to supply chain management and logistics in global health and humanitarian response and development, poster sessions on innovative research and ample opportunities for networking.
The European Transport Conference attracts transport practitioners and researchers from all over Europe where they can find in-depth presentations on policy issues, best practice and research findings across the broad spectrum of transport. The range of topics and the multi-seminar approach makes ETC unique among transport conferences and it is well established as the premier event of its type. The conference programme covers supranational issues, national and local policy and the implementation of projects at a local level.
Two of our newest Marie Curie PhD fellows, Robin Mays and Roberto Rocha, made inaugural presentations of their research work for the Network for Information Technology and Innovation Management (NITIM) Summer School 2016, held June 15-17 in Trondheim, Norway.