POSTPONEMENT !!! NOFOMA and NORDLOG was planned to be helt in Reykjavik, Iceland, June 10 to 12, 2020 but has been postponed until further noticed !!!
The 32nd annual NOFOMAconference was planned to be held in Reykjavik, Iceland, June 10 to 12, 2020 but has been postponed until the autumn as for now. Due to the unfortunate circumstances surrounding the Covid-19-virus outbreak, the NOFOMA 2020 organising committee has, in collaboration with the NOFOMA Board, decided in the best interest of everyone, to postpone the NOFOMA 2020 conference. It is, of course, our hope that the outbreak will be over in June, but due to the uncertainty and the fact that airline tickets and accommodation needs to be purchased in good advance for Iceland travel, the decision is inevitable. The local organising committee is in the process of organizing the details of the postponement and as for now the potential days of the conference is are late August throughout September 2020. Further updates will be provided to you as soon as more information is available. All full paper contributors have got instructions in regard to final submission. Further notices are to found here soon.
The conference and the Nordlog day will be organized by University of Iceland, Faculty of Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science
The second call for papers can be found here. More information of abstract submission can be found here.
The 31st annual NOFOMA
conference took place in Oslo, Norway, June 13 to 14, 2019. Prior to that, June 12, the Nordlog doctoral day was held. The Educator Day was also on June 12 in paralell with the Doctoral day.
The conference and the Nordlog day was organized by BI - Norwegian Business School and Norwegian Defence University College (NODUC) together at the BI campus in Nydalen, whereas the Nordlog doctorial symposium will be at Akershus Fortress, centrally located in Oslo.
The Schenker best paper award was granted for the paper "Assessing the gaps between shippers and logistics service providers on green logistics practices along the logistics purchasing process", co-authored by Amer Jazairy and Robin von Haartman from University of Gavle. The best Ph.D. student paper award was granted to the paper "Proactive recovery actions in real-time transport chain disruption management, a logistics service provider perspective" written by Per Wide from Chalmers University of Technology.
NOFOMA is a society of Nordic researchers and colleagues within the logistics field. Beside being a contact network of logistics scientists sharing similar interests, the main activity of the network is to carry out an annual conference where researchers from the Nordic countries, including Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden meet as well as other colleagues from different countries around the world, particularly from USA and Central Europe. In association with the NOFOMA annual conference, the NORDLOG doctoral workshop takes place where Ph.D. Candidates from the Nordic countries get together and discuss their issues as well as to conduct some workshop activities within the field of logistics.
NOFOMA member register contains close to 500
individuals, mainly researchers and Ph.D.
candidates from the Nordic countries, as well as
from other countries. These members receive
some news and announcements through E-mail,
particularly in association with the annual
conference and workshop on top of some Ph.D.
educational activities that are carried out
within the framework of NOFOMA. Please feel free