Wednesday 6th September - Friday 8th September 2017

Planning for Uncertainty – Creating Supply Chain and Logistics Systems Resilient to Global Change 

The Call for Papers is now open! 

Please see ‘submit your paper’ for further information. Closing date is 31st March.

The 22nd Annual Conference of The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport, Logistics Research Network (LRN), will take place from the
6th to 8th September 2017 at Southampton Solent University.  

With the sea change in global politics resulting from Brexit and the US presidential election, the 2017 Conference theme will focus on the uncertainty for international trade and the ramifications for supply chain management and logistics.  

The Conference will showcase the latest research in measuring, forecasting, and planning for uncertainty and demonstrate some of the challenges and opportunities available to industry professionals.The LRN Conference welcomes researchers and practitioners from diverse logistics and supply chain areas, and in all sectors, to publish their research work and industrial case studies. 

The Seed Corn research fund, assists in this research quest, by supporting small scale research projects in universities. It was set up to provide a small research grant on a ‘seed corn’ basis to enable supply chain, logistics and transport researchers in the UK and Ireland to explore issues of current and academic interest.

Interested in finding out more about the Logistics Dissertation of the Year Awards? Click here to find out who won and how to apply.

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 submission and process information

For doctoral students or those just about to embark upon their doctoral studies - Find out more here.

There are four sponsored places available here.



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