Program LDIC 2009

Monday, 17th August 2009
14.00 – 17.00 LDIC 2009 Doctoral Workshop

Afshin Mehrsai. Feasibility of Autonomous Logistic Processes; Reconfiguration of Business Processes.
Valentina Boschian The impact of Information and Communication Technology in Intermodal Transportation Systems.
Donatella Vedovato The impact of the Intelligent Cargo on the Global Value Chains: the case of the fresh fish and fashion sectors.
Jeffrey Amir Autonomous and central wireless sensor network comparison in Process automation applications
Mehrdad Babazadeh Plausibility check and Energy management in a semi autonomous sensor network using a model based approach.
Olga Afanasyeva Outlook at the Integration of Ukrainian Sea Ports to the International Transport-Logistic Market.
Novica Zarvic A systematic application of interdependency concepts to the formation of networked business constellations.
Stefan Wiesner Collaborative offering in dynamic Enterprise Networks.
17.00 - 21.30
Celebration of the BIBA as a landmark of Germany – Land of Ideas 2009.
Opening of LDIC 2009 as part of the celebration.
Tuesday, 18th August 2009
9.00 Registration
9.30 Keynote Speech:
Kanji Ueda, Nariaki Nishino, University of Tokyo. Value Creation in Network Society
10.30 Break

Session 1A: Routing in Transport Logistics

Bernd-Ludwig Wenning, Henning Rekersbrink, Andreas Timm-Giel and Carmelita Görg.
Weighted multiplicative decision function for distributed routing in
transport logistics

Christoph Manuel Meyer, Herbert Kopfer, Adrianus Leendert Kok and Marco Schutten.
Distributed Decision Making in Combined Vehicle Routing and Break Scheduling

Auro C. Raduan and Nicolau D. F. Gualda.
Dynamic Routing Applied to Mobile Field Service

Session 1B: Mathematical Modeling in Transport and Production Logistics 1

Homero F. Oliveira, Mirian B. Gonçalves, Antonio G.Novaes and Eduard S. Cursi
Development of a computational system to determine the optimal bus-stop spacing in order to minimize the travel time of all passengers

Bernd Scholz-Reiter, Fabian Wirth, Sergey Dashkovskiy, Michael Schönlein, Michael Kosmykov and Thomas Makuschewitz.
Some remarks on stability and robustness of production networks based on fluid models

Wilhelm Dangelmaier and Bastian Degener.
Online optimization with discrete lotsizing production and rolling horizons
12.30 Lunch

Session 2A: Radio Frequency Identification 1

Chungkyu Park, Junho Lee, Wooseok Ryu, Bonghee Hong and HeungSeok Chae.
Dynamic Management of Adaptor Threads for Supporting Scalable RFID Middleware

Jinhwan Kim and Younghwan Yoo.
Tag-to-Tag Mesh Network using Dual-Radio RFID System for Port Logistics

Bernd Scholz-Reiter, Wolfgang Echelmeyer, Harry Halfar and Anne Virnich.
Automation of logistic processes by means of locating and analysing RFID-transponder data

Hyerim Bae and Yeong-Woong Yu.
Inter-workflow patterns for auto-triggering of RFID-based logistic processes

Session 2B: Mathematical Modeling in Transport and Production Logistics 2

Antonio Novaes, Enzo Frazzon and Paulo Burin.
Dynamic Vehicle Routing in Over Congested Urban Areas

Stephan Meisel, Uli Suppa and Dirk Mattfeld.
Serving Multiple Urban Areas with Stochastic Customer Requests

Hamid Reza Karimi, Sergey Dashkovskiy and Neil A. Duffie.
Stability Analysis of Large Scale Networks of Autonomous Work Systems with Delays

Lars Naujok, Sergey Dashkovskiy and Michael Görges.
Local input to state stability of production networks
16.00 Break

Session 3A: Container Terminals and Port Logistics 1

Kateryna Daschkovska and Bernd Scholz-Reiter.
How can electronic seals contribute to the efficiency of global container system?

Da Hun Jung, Byung Kwon Lee and Kap Hwan Kim.
Evaluating Operation Planning Algorithms for Container Terminals
by using a Simulation System

Vanina Silva, Antônio Novaes and Antônio Coelho.
Resolution of the berth allocation problem through a heuristic model
based on genetic algorithms

Session 3B: Mathematical Modeling in Transport and Production Logistics 3

Bernd Scholz-Reiter, Fabian Wirth, Sergey Dashkovskiy, Michael Kosmykov, Thomas Makuschewitz and Michael Schönlein.
An approach to model reduction of logistic networks based on ranking

Iryna Morozova, Mykhaylo Postan and Lyudmyla Shyryaeva.
Spare Parts Lot Size Optimization for Supply of Equipment's Park

Simone Göttlich.
Network Design Problems
18.00 End of Sessions 3A and 3B
Wednesday, 19th August 2009
9.00 Keynote Speech:
Dieter Armbruster, Arizona State University. Hybrid Phase Space Dynamics - a Unifying View of Control Actions and Policies in Logistics and Production
10.00 Break

Session 4A: Container Terminals and Port Logistics 2

Jae Un Jung, Moo Hong Kang, Hyung Rim Choi, Hyun Soo Kim, Byung Joo Park and Chang Hyun Park.
Development of a Genetic Algorithm for the Maritime Transportation Planning of Car Carriers

Byung Kwon Lee, Xiaohui Zhang and Kap Hwan Kim.
A Framework for Operation Planning with Shared Resources in Port Container Terminals

Vo Que Son, Bernd-Ludwig Wenning, Andreas Timm-Giel and Carmelita Görg.
A Model of Wireless Sensor Networks using Opportunistic Routing in Logistic Harbor Scenarios

Session 4B: Radio Frequency Identification 2

Mikyung Choi, Byungjo Chu, Gihong Kim and Bonghee Hong.
Selectivity of EPC data for continuous query

Hermann Kuehnle, Arndt Lueder and Michael Heinze.
Criticality based Decentralised Decision Procedures for Manufacturing Networks exploiting RFID and Agent Technology

Karl Hribernik, Carl Hans and Klaus-Dieter Thoben.
The Application of the EPCglobal Framework Architecture to Autonomous Controlled Logistics
12.30 Lunch

Session 5A: Performance indicators and stock-out costs

Florian Pantke.
Intelligent Agent Control and Coordination with User-Configurable Key Performance Indicators

Henner Gaertner.
Stock-out costs in logistics unconsidered

Session 5B: Job Shop and Packaging

Bernd Scholz-Reiter, Christian Toonen and Jan Topi Tervo.
Investigation of the Influence of Capacities and Layout on a Job-Shop-System's Dynamics

Dennis Reinking and Hans Brandt-Pook.
Modelling packaging systems in the furniture industry
15.00 Special Plenary Session:
Thomas Wimmer, Bundesvereinigung Logistik (BVL) e.V. Trends and Strategies in Logistics - Sustainability Through Efficiency
16.00 Excursion
19.00 Conference Dinner
Thursday, 20th August 2009
9.00 Keynote Speech:
Kulwant Pawar, University of Nottingham. How do we logisticise product-service offerings within a global context?
10.00 Break

Session 6A: Collaboration and Control

Axel Kuhn, Yilmaz Uygun and Andreas Schmidt.
Performance Measurement for Interorganisational Collaborations of
SMEs - An international theoretical and empirical analysis

Melanie Bloos and Herbert Kopfer.
On the formation of operational transport collaboration

Bernardo Nugroho Yahya and HyeRim Bae.
Adaptive RBAC in Complex Event-driven BPM Systems

Bernd Scholz-Reiter, Katja Windt and Huaxin Liu.
A preliminary investigation on a bottleneck concept in manufacturing

Session 6B: Regional Logistics and Service Provision

Mônica Luna, Ernani Fries and Dmontier Aragão Júnior.
Logistics Service Providers in Brazil - A Comparison between Different Developed Regions

Ralf Elbert, Hans-Dietrich Haasis, Robert Schönberger and Thomas Landwehr.
Adapting Dynamic Logistic Processes and Networks - Advantages through Regional Logistics Clusters

Bernd Pokrandt, Marcus Seifert and Stefan Wiesner.
Quotation Behaviour of Profit Centres for Offers on Dynamic Logistic Services

Antonio Martins Lima Filho and Nicolau D. F. Gualda.
Long Haul Trucks Dynamic Assignment with Penalties
12.30 Lunch

Session 7A (joint with Satellite Event on EURIDICE):
Information and Communication Technology

Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge, Valentina Boschian and Paolo Pagenelli.
Increasing the efficiency in Intermodal Transportation Systems by implementing innovative ICT solutions

Jens Schumacher, Manfred Gschweidl, Mathias Rieder and Thomas Bargetz.
EURIDICE - platform architecture in logistics for "The Internet of Things"

Tanja Bolic, Donatella Vedovato, Marco Della Puppa and Marco Mazzarino.
Initial Benefits Assessment of Using Intelligent Cargo Technology in
Fresh Fishing Logistics Chain

Session 7B: Production Logistics

Breno Carmo, Marcos Albertin, Dmontier Aragão and Nadja Gleuca.
Methodology for monitoring of productive arrangements

Reik Donner, Uwe Hinrichs, Christin Schicht and Bernd Scholz-Reiter.
Complexity-based classification of production strategies using discrete-event simulation

Enzo Morosini Frazzon and Bernd Scholz-Reiter.
Converting Knowledge into Performance within Global Production and Logistic Systems

Bernd Scholz-Reiter, Antonio G.N. Novaes, Thomas Makuschewitz and Enzo M. Frazzon.
Dynamic Scheduling of Production and Inter-facilities Logistic Systems
16.00 Break

Session 8: Autonomous Control

Michael Hülsmann, Benjamin Korsmeier, Christoph Illigen and Philip Cordes.
Autonomous Co-operation of "Smart-Parts" - Contributions and Limitations to the Robustness of Complex Adaptive Logistics Systems

Arne Schuldt.
Decentralisation and Interaction Efficiency in Cooperating Autonomous Logistics Processes

17.30 Closing
Thursday and Friday, 20th and 21st August 2009

Satellite Event on EURIDICE

(see for more information about EURIDICE)


Day 1

Day 1 of EURIDICE Satellite Event: Keynotes – European and regional challenges for the logistic sector in a global economy
Speaker Topic
09:00 M. Seifert, Dept.Manager, BIBA Introduction to the Workshop
9.15 M. Cociancich, Int. Uni. of Venice Globalisation, Logistic, and the Impact of ICT
9.45 K-D. Thoben, Director BIBA Bremen as logistic region- advantages, challenges and future trends
10:00 Coffee break
Cargo centric ICT solutions for safe and environment friendly logistics in European regions
10.30 A. Grunewald, dbh Logistics IT AG Business Considerations on Logistics Systems
11:00 Repr. of Bremer Logistics sector Regional Challenges for Logistic Brokers
11:30 Dr. J.Decker, Director of studies AV Qualification needs in the Logistic Sector
12:00 Panel Discussion
13:00 Lunch
Session 7A-LDIC Conference- Information- and Communication Technology
14:00 Jannicke Baalsrud Hauge, Valentina Boschian and Paolo Paganelli Synchronisation of material and information flows in intermodal freight transport- an industrial case study
14.40 Jens Schumacher, Manfred Gschweidl, Mathias Rieder and Thomas Bargetz EURIDICE - platform architecture in logistics for „The Internet of Things”
15.20 Tanja Bolic, Donatella Vedovato, Marco Della Puppa and Marco Mazzarino Initial Benefits Assessment of Using Intelligent Cargo Technology in Fresh Fishing Logistics Chain
16:00 Coffee Break
16:15 J.Piotrowski, F. Ganji, E. Morales Kluge, CRC 637 Autonomous logistics game
17:15 Synergy and conclusion
17:45 End of Day 1
19.00 Social Event (Dinner)


Day 2

Day 2 of EURIDICE Satellite Event
Speaker Topic
09:00 J. Baalsrud Hauge,BIBA Introduction day 2 (Overview)
09:15 J. Baalsrud Hauge,BIBA /M. Cociancich VIU Presentation of the EURIDICE Curricula
9:45 M. Cociancich VIU/ J. Baalsrud Hauge, BIBA Presentation of suggested training courses
10:15 M. Cociancich,VIU First discussion
10:30 Coffee break
10:45 Workshops II
10:45 D.Uckelmann, LogDynamicsLab An example of possible on-site training workshop-

Introduction to RFID technologies

12:45 Summary
13:00 Lunch
13:45 F.Hunecker, BIBA Hands on- available training material- IPS lab
15:30 Coffee break
15:45 J.Baalsrud Hauge, BIBA Feedback- user needs on training/ prep for review
16.15 M. Cociancich, VIU/ J. Baalsrud Hauge, BIBA Next steps/summary Conclusions
17:00 End of Event
Friday, 21st August 2009
9.00 - 13.00

International Workshop on Design and Modeling of Dynamics in Logistics

Eleonora Bottani, Gino Ferretti, Roberto Montanari and Antonio Rizzi.
Supply Chain Design: A Simulation Approach

Carsten Beth, Jens Kamenik, Dennis Ommen and Axel Hahn.
Design Aspects of Cognitive Logistic Systems

Sabine Kuske, Melanie Luderer and Hauke Tönnies.
Autonomous Units as a Formal Framework for Ant Colony Optimization: A Case Study

Hans-Jörg Kreowski.
Modeling Interactive Logistic Processes by Autonomous Units – A Tutorial Introduction

Haipeng Zhang, Bonghee Hong and Wooseok Ryu.
Design of Middleware Architecture for Active Sensor Tags

Hagen Langer.
Modeling autonomous logistic processes with multiagent systems

and further presentations to be announced