CALL FOR PAPERS
7th IEEE International Conference on Logistics, Informatics and Service Science (LISS'2017)
24-27 July, 2017, Kyoto, Japan, with satellite sessions in Beijing, China
IEEE Technical Committee on Logistics Informatics and Industrial Security Systems
The International Center for Informatics Research of Beijing Jiaotong University, China
China Center for Industrial Security Research of Beijing Jiaotong University, China
School of Economics and Management of Beijing Jiaotong University, China
In cooperation with
Kyoto University, Japan
Informatics Research Centre, University of Reading, UK
IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society
NSFC (National Natural Science Foundation of China)
K. C. Wong Education Foundation (Hong Kong)
Sino-EU Doctoral School for Sustainability Engineering (Program in Logistics, Information, Management and Service Science)
EU FP7 (7th Framework Programme)
Beijing Logistics Informatics Research Base
Key Laboratory of Logistics Management and Technology of Beijing
Information and communication technologies have been providing an effective network infrastructure and development platform for logistics and service operations. To meet the needs of consumers and to promote core competences, many firms have been developing new types of services. LISS’2017 is a prime international forum for both researchers and practitioners to exchange the latest fundamental advances in the state of the art and practice of logistics, informatics and service sciences. Both researchers and practitioners will discuss academic issues, seize future development opportunities, master the developing trends and exchange the latest academic thoughts.
LISS 2011-2016 were successfully held in Beijing (China), Reading (UK), Berkeley (USA), Barcelona (Spain) and Sydney (Australia) by Beijing Jiaotong University, in cooperation with University of Reading (UK), The Pennsylvania State University (USA), University of California, Berkeley (USA), Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain) and the University of Sydney(Australia), respectively. In total, there are more than 1300 authors from 35 countries attending these conferences. The proceedings have been or will be indexed by CPCI-S (former ISTP) and EI Compendex since 2011. In 2015, the LISS was approved by IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) to be one of IEEE conference series and the conference proceeding has been included in IEEE Xplore Digital Library since then. Also, the authors with excellent papers in the conference proceedings have been invited to publish their academic thoughts and methods in some international academic journals indexed by SSCI/SCI or EI with high priority.
LISS'2017 will be hosted by the International Center for Informatics Research of Beijing Jiaotong University, China Center for Industrial Security Research of Beijing Jiaotong University, School of Economics and Management of Beijing Jiaotong University, in cooperation with Kyoto University, Japan, University of Reading, UK and will be held during 24-27 July, 2017 in Kyoto, Japan, with satellite sessions in Beijing Jiaotong University, China. The topics of the conference are related to service science, service innovation, service engineering, service marketing, ERP, E-commerce, low-carbon logistics, low-carbon transportation, green construction, enterprises informatics, logistics informatics, logistics and supply chain management, information and communication technology, Internet of things, Internet technology and applications, service informatics and other related areas.
♦ James M. Tien Professor, Past President of IEEE SMC, IEEE Fellow, Academician of America National Academy of Engineering, Dean of College of Engineering at the University of Miami, USA
♦ C. L. Philip Chen Professor, Associate editor of IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics--Part C: Applications and Reviews, Past President of IEEE SMC, IEEE Fellow, AAAS Fellow, Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Macau, China
♦ Martin Dresner Professor, Chair of the Logistics, Business and Public Policy Department, R.H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland, USA
♦ Anming Zhang Professor, YVR Authority Chair Professor in Air Transportation, Operations and Logistics Department, Sauder School of Business, University of British Columbia, Canada
♦ Jiuh-Biing Sheu Professor, Editor-in-chief of Transportation Research - Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review, Department of Business Administration, National Taiwan University, Taipei
♦ Ruud H. Teunter Professor, Editor of the European Journal of Operational Research, Member of University of Groningen Scientific Committee, Member of the Program Committee of the Top Sector Logistics (TKI Dinalog), Chair OR – Head of Department, Department of Operations, University of Groningen, Dutch
Special sessions on specific topics are also encouraged. Topics of interest mainly include, but not limited to:
●Strategic Services Management ●Service Operations Management ●Service System and Service Network Design ●Service Personalization ●Service Cybernetics ●Quality-of-Service Assessment ●Service Product Design ●Service Revenue Management ●Service Innovation Management ●Service Supply Chain Management ●Service Information System ●Service Process Reengineering ●Service Purchasing and Supplier Management ●Service Marketing ●Public Service Management ●Financial and Insurance Service Management ●Education Service Management ●Healthcare Service Management ●Telecom Service Management ●Hotel Service Management ●Tourism Service Management ●Product Post-Sale Service Management ●Service Management of Transportation (Aviation \ Railways \ Highways \ Water (Passengers and Cargo)) ●Successful Case Study
●Material Flow Theory ●Logistics Services Strategy ●Logistics Systems ●Logistics Cybernetics ●Logistics Informatics ●Logistics and Supply Chain Management ● Innovation and Logistics Services ●Supply Chain Management ●Low-Carbon and Logistics ●Low-Carbon Supply Chain ●Logistics Alliance ●International Logistics ●Regional Logistics ●Emergency Logistics ●Internet of Things and Logistics Services ●Logistics Service System Optimization ●Logistics Industry and Policy
●ERP ●Accounting Information System ●Business Intelligence and Business Analysis ●Innovative Enterprise Digitalized Operation Mode ●Dynamic Supply Chain Planning and Management ●Enterprises Informatics ●Information and Communication Technology ●Internet of Things ●Internet Technology and Applications ●Customer Relations Management ●Digital Enterprise Infrastructure ●Enterprise Commercial Intelligence ●E-Commerce and E-Government ●Wireless Communications and Mobile Business ●Enterprise Information Resources Management ●Sensor Network and Internet of Things ●RFID Technology and Application ●Pervasive Computing and Intelligent Living Space ●Cloud Computing Theories and Technologies ●Collaborative E-Commence Mechanism and Technology ●Network Marketing Strategy and Application ●Electronic Commerce Application and Benefit Appraisal ●Network Transaction, Trust Mechanism and Information Security ●Electronic Market and Intervening Mechanism ●Knowledge Management and Knowledge Sharing ●Organization Semiotics and Informatization ●IT Project Management ●Information Technology and Enterprise Sustainable Development Strategy ●Other topics on related enterprise management theory and application
●Engineering Consultant Management ● IT in Construction ●Engineering Information System ●Informatics of Construction Industry ●Supply Chain Management in Construction ●Logistics Management in Construction ●Engineering Economics ●Project Management in Engineering
Other relevant management theory and application issues are welcome, especially successful case studies in the above areas.
The meeting venue is arranged in Kyoto,Japan, with satellite sessions in Beijing. To be eligible for publication in the conference proceedings, an accepted paper must be presented at the conference by one of the authors. For more information concerning the meeting venue, please visit our website: http://icir.bjtu.edu.cn/liss2017 or http://www.gsais.kyoto-u.ac.jp/staff/liang/liss2017.
15 March, 2017 Deadline for submission of full papers
1 April, 2017 Acceptance/Rejection notification
15 April, 2017 Final paper submission and registration
24-27 July, 2017 Conference open
Paper Submission Guidelines
Manuscripts must be submitted electronically through the conference website: http://icir.bjtu.edu.cn/liss2017 or http://www.gsais.kyoto-u.ac.jp/staff/liang/liss2017. All submissions should be written in English. Papers will be peer-reviewed. Completed research papers as well as work-in-progress reports are welcome. Authors are required to certify that their papers are original and not considered for publication elsewhere. Simultaneous submission to any other conferences, workshops or journals is not allowed. The manuscript must be submitted in IEEE format (Microsoft Word template is available on the conference website). For more information please refer to the website (http://icir.bjtu.edu.cn/liss2017 or http://www.gsais.kyoto-u.ac.jp/staff/liang/liss2017).
The conference proceeding will be published in CD-ROM with IEEE Catalog Number and ISBN, and which will be included in IEEE Xplore Digital Library. The proceeding of LISS 2017 will be submitted for EI index. The authors with excellent papers in the conference proceedings will be invited to publish their academic thoughts and methods in some international academic journals indexed by SSCI/SCI or EI with high priority.
Discounted rates have been arranged for the conference participants in hotels close to the Kyoto, Japan. Student accommodation is also available on campus. For more information please visit the conference website (http://icir.bjtu.edu.cn/liss2017 or http://www.gsais.kyoto-u.ac.jp/staff/liang/liss2017).