This post was originally written for OR Complete. I re-post it here in case you missed the original posting.
ILS – a short name for the International Conference on Information Systems, Logistics and Supply Chain, is a bi-annual conference focusing on global supply chain and logistics management, with a focus on information systems and decision support systems. The attendance comes mainly from European and North American researchers, but there were also participants from Tunisia, Morocco and Korea. It’s a small but very specialized scientific conference, attracting between 50 to 100 presentations. The number is limited mostly because in order to present, you must submit a 8 to 10-page paper, which is subject to a double peer-review. [Continue reading]