1st Jordanian Conference on Logistics in the Mashreq Region
14th and 15th of November 2023
The JOINOLOG project invites stakeholders of logistics to its first Jordanian Conference on Logistics in the Mashreq Region, JCLM1.
In two exciting event days, academic findings on logistics sciences will be presented and discussed. An international scientific board, made up from experts of the field from around the world, is peer reviewing the papers. The conference proceedings will be published.
As the focus of this conference is on applied research, participants from the industry are most welcome to share their insights and engage in our panel discussion. If you are a practioneer that is keen to contribute, please do get in touch with us!
As the conference was moved online, please follow the link below to participate in JCLM1:
Meeting-ID: 847 4167 7319
The participation in the conference is free of charge. The meeting room will open with the start of the conference, on November 14th, 9:00 AM Jordan Time, AST (UST+3).
Facts and Figures
- Abstract Submission Deadline: 30.09.2023
- Full Paper Submission Deadline: 31.10.2023
- Conference Date: 14.-15.11.2023
Collection of relevant Paper Topics
- Humanitarian Logistics
- Infrastructure Development and Maintenance
- Innovation in Logistics
- Innovation in Transportation
- Mobility and Public Transport
- Research and Development Collaboration
- Supply Chain Management
Authors shall use these guidelines to prepare their papers.
Distinguished Scientific Board of JCLM1
- Prof. Dr. Ismail Abushaikha, Cranfield University (UK)
- Prof. Dr. Omar Bentahar, Université de Lorraine (FRA)
- Prof. Dr. Smail Benzidia, Université de Lorraine (FRA)
- Prof. Dr. Michael Huth, Hochschule Fulda (GER)
- Prof. Dr. Benjamin Bierwirth, Frankfurt UAS (GER)
- Dr. Luay Jum‘a, German Jordanian University (JOR)
- Dr. Maha Mohammad, Al-Balqa‘ Applied University (JOR)
- Dr. Umer Mukhtar, GIFT University (PAK)
- Prof. Dr. Sebastian Oetzel, Hochschule Fulda (GER)
- Ph.D. Simon Oladele, Morgan University (USA)
- Dr. Marcello Scalisi, UNIMED (ITA)
- Dr. Anna-Mara Schön, Hochschule Fulda (GER)