Laboratoire de Génie Informatique et d’Automatique de l’Artois

Nicolas DANLOUP

ATER
(Left the LGI2A in 2017)
Member of the research axes:
Reducing transportation greenhouse gas emissions with collaborative distribution: a case study
Management Research Review , MRR, Vol. 38, No. 10, octobre 2015
2015
International conference with review committee
Nicolas DANLOUP -- Hamid ALLAOUI -- Gilles GONCALVES
Collaborative Food Distribution: Considering Economic and Environmental Aspects
POMS 26th annual conference, POMS'15, Wachington, USA, mai 2015
2015
International conference with review committee
Nicolas DANLOUP -- Hamid ALLAOUI -- Gilles GONCALVES
Green collaborative transport planning model with time windows: a case study in food retailing
4th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Logistics and Transport, ICALT'15, Valenciennes, France, mai 2015
Nicolas DANLOUP -- Hamid ALLAOUI -- Gilles GONCALVES
Reducing transportation greenhouse gas emissions with collaborative distribution
1st international symposium on Project & Logistics, PROLOG'15, Metz, France, avril 2015
Nicolas DANLOUP -- Hamid ALLAOUI -- Gilles GONCALVES
Collaborative transportation management to improve sustainability: a case study
10th International Conference on Modeling, Optimization & SIMulation, MOSIM 2014, 5-7 novembre, Nancy, France, novembre 2014
Nicolas DANLOUP -- Hamid ALLAOUI -- Gilles GONCALVES
Collaborative supply chains: a case study
20th Conference of the International Federation of Operational Research Societies, IFORS2014, 13-18 July, Barcelona, Spain, juillet 2014
Improving sustainability performance through collaborative food distribution
2nd International Conference on Green Supply Chains, GSC'2014, Arras, France, juin 2014
2013
International conference with review committee
Nicolas DANLOUP -- Hamid ALLAOUI -- Gilles GONCALVES
Literature review on OR tools and methods for collaborative transportation and production planning in supply chains
5th International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Systems Management, IESM'2013, Rabat, Maroc, octobre 2013
Nicolas DANLOUP
Collaborative and sustainable supply chains in agri-food domain
5emes Journées Doctorales / Journées Nationales MACS, JD-JN MACS 2013, Strasbourg, France, juillet 2013
2013
French conference with review committee
Nicolas DANLOUP -- Hamid ALLAOUI -- Gilles GONCALVES
Scale project: sustainable supply chain review
ROADEF 2013, Troyes, France, février 2013
Nicolas DANLOUP -- Gilles GONCALVES -- Hamid ALLAOUI
Comparative Study of Some Heuristics for the Cross-Docking Problem
14th IFAC Symposium on Information Control Problems in Manufacturing Systems., INCOM 2012, Bucharest, Romania, mai 2012

Author of the Ph.D. thesis "Pickup and delivery problems with collaboration and transshipments: models and heuristics methods"

2012 - 2016

Collaborative logistics have become recently an important element for many companies to improve their supply chains efficiency. In this thesis, we study pickup and delivery problems to improve supply chains efficiency thanks to collaborative transportation. The thesis was part of the European project SCALE (Step Change in Agri-food Logistics Ecosystem). Firstly, two metaheuristics are proposed and studied to solve the Pickup and Delivery Problem with Transshipments. These metaheuristics are compared with literature works and the results of several instances are improved. Secondly, a mathematical model for a pickup and delivery problem (PDVRP) is proposed. This model is used to study the benefits of collaboration on transportation. It is applied on random data and on a case study from SCALE with real data. Finally, a model for a particular PDVRP is presented. In this model, the shipments have to cross exactly two transshipments nodes between their pickup and delivery points. This problem is inspired by a second case study made during the project SCALE. This allows to highlight the importance of collaboration and transshipment in the field of goods transportations.

GSC (ELSAT2020)

2015 - 2020

Chaîne logistique durable

Summary :

Le projet « Green Supply Chain » consiste en la création d’un système d’aide à la décision standard pour la conception et la planification des chaînes logistiques durables selon une nouvelle organisation basée sur les différents mécanismes de collaboration et d’Internet Physique

SCALE

2011 - 2015

Sustainable food chains

Summary :

This project aims to increase NWE economic competitiveness and improve environmental sustainability of food and drink supply chain logistics in the context of rising food demands, increasing energy prices and the need to reduce environmentally damaging emissions.

GOLE (CISIT)

2007 - 2013

Gestion Optimisée de la Logistique d’un Entrepôt

Summary :

La gestion d’entrepôt est au cœur de la chaîne logistique et de l’organisation des flux de l’entreprise. Un enjeu crucial est de gérer au mieux ces flux en optimisant l’emplacement et l’organisation des entrepôts afin d’améliorer leurs performances en terme de coûts et de délais.