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Titre A reactive decision support system for freight intermodal barge transportation services Système réactif d'aide la décision pour le transport intermodal fluvial de marchandises Financement prévu Contrat Doctoral Cofinancement éventuel Co Directeur de thèse Abdelhakim Artiba UVHC LAMIH E mail abdelhakim valenciennes fr Co encadrant de thèse Ioana Bilegan UVHC LAMIH E mail ioana valenciennes fr Co encadrant de thèse Emmanuel Adam UVHC LAMIH E mail emmanuel valenciennes fr Laboratoire LAMIH UMR CNRS UVHC Valenciennes Equipe ou Groupe de recherche Décision Interaction et Mobilité DIM The candidate needs a strong background in Computer Sciences and or in Operations Research including methods of modeling and optimization discrete event system simulation as well as algorithms and data structures in C C++ language multi agent systems knowledge would be appreciated French language is not necessary Le candidat doit avoir un très bon niveau en informatique et ou en recherche opérationnelle méthodes de modélisation et d'optimisation simulation par évènements discrets algorithmique et structures de données en C C++ une connaissance des systèmes multi agent serait appréciée PhD Project In the context of freight intermodal transportation the goal of this research is to contribute to the development of sustainable transportation systems and to allow and improve the modal transfer towards less polluting transportation modes especially concerning the inland waterway network Taking advantage from a well designed decision support system to manage intermodal transport activities is an essential asset Up to now many research initiatives and industrial projects tackled the complex problem of intermodal transportation chains organisation with a particular interest towards railways as a “greener” transportation alternative Nevertheless just a few published studies discuss about the inland waterway transportation alternative Caris As a general framework the approach of this type of transportation problems is as follows: on the ...

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Niveau: Supérieur, Doctorat, Bac+8
Titre : A reactive decision support system for freight intermodal barge transportation services / Système réactif d'aide à la décision pour le transport intermodal fluvial de marchandises Financement prévu : Contrat Doctoral Cofinancement éventuel (Co)-Directeur de thèse : Abdelhakim Artiba (UVHC/LAMIH) E-mail : Co-encadrant de thèse : Ioana Bilegan (UVHC/LAMIH) E-mail : Co-encadrant de thèse : Emmanuel Adam (UVHC/LAMIH) E-mail : Laboratoire : LAMIH UMR CNRS/UVHC 8201, Valenciennes Equipe ou Groupe de recherche : Décision, Interaction et Mobilité (DIM) The candidate needs a strong background in Computer Sciences and/or in Operations Research including methods of modeling and optimization, discrete-event system simulation, as well as algorithms and data structures in C/C++ language; multi-agent systems knowledge would be appreciated. French language is not necessary. Le candidat doit avoir un très bon niveau en informatique et/ou en recherche opérationnelle : méthodes de modélisation et d'optimisation, simulation par évènements discrets, algorithmique et structures de données en C/C++ ; une connaissance des systèmes multi-agent serait appréciée. PhD Project In the context of freight intermodal transportation, the goal of this research is to contribute to the development of sustainable transportation systems, and to allow and improve the modal transfer towards less polluting transportation modes, especially concerning the inland waterway network.

  • simulation par évènements discrets

  • barge transportation

  • paradigme des systèmes multi-agents

  • travail de recherche

  • sujet de l'organisation des chaînes de transport intermodales

  • freight intermodal

  • contexte du transport intermodal de marchandises

  • management


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Titre :A reactive decision support system for freight intermodal barge transportation services / Système réactif daide à la décision pour le transport intermodal fluvial de marchandises Financement prévu :Contrat Doctoral Cofinancement éventuel (Co)-Directeur de thèse :Abdelhakim Artiba (UVHC/LAMIH)E-mail: abdelhakim.artiba@univ-valenciennes.fr Co-encadrant de thèse :Ioana Bilegan (UVHC/LAMIH) E-mail: ioana.bilegan@univ-valenciennes.fr Co-encadrant de thèse :Emmanuel Adam (UVHC/LAMIH) E-mail: emmanuel.adam@univ-valenciennes.fr Laboratoire: LAMIH UMR CNRS/UVHC 8201, Valenciennes Equipe ou Groupe de recherche :Décision, Interaction et Mobilité (DIM)The candidate needs a strong background in Computer Sciences and/or in Operations Research including methods of modeling and optimization, discrete-event system simulation, as well as algorithms and data structures in C/C++ language; multi-agent systems knowledge would be appreciated.French language is not necessary. Le candidat doit avoir un très bon niveau en informatique et/ou en recherche opérationnelle: méthodes de modélisation et doptimisation, simulation par évènements discrets, algorithmique et structures de données en C/C++ ; une connaissance des systèmes multi-agent serait appréciée. PhD Project In the context of freight intermodal transportation, the goal of this research is to contribute to the development of sustainable transportation systems, and to allow and improve the modal transfer towards less polluting transportation modes, especially concerning the inland waterway network. Taking advantage from a well-designed decision support system to manage intermodal transport activities is an essential asset. Up to now, many research initiatives and industrial projects tackled the complex problem of intermodal transportation chains organisation, with a particular interest towards railways, as a “greener” transportation alternative. Nevertheless, just a few published studies discuss about the inland waterway transportation alternative (Caris, 2011). As a general framework, the approach of this type of transportation problems is as follows: on the basis of an existing demand knowledge, the service network design is done and services are planned on the middle-term (weeks, months), followed by the operational level activities optimisation on the short-term (hours, days) in order to minimise costs. Therevenue managementapproach allows, at the operational level, the optimal assignment