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The first webinar of the session â€śAnalyzing forest biomass supply chains using agent based simulation modelingâ€ť by Sean Pledger, with the collaboration of Saeed Ghafghazi, supervised by Dr. Gary Bull, de University of British Columbia will held on Wednesday September 24, from 01:30 to 02:00 PM (Eastern Time Zone). This presentation highlights the results of one VCO transfer project realized in collaboration with Ledcor Resources and Transportation.
Looking forward to meet many of you there !
The Value Chain Optimization strategic network is looking for a network liaison manager to work in collaboration with Professors Paul Stuart (Ă‰cole Polytechnique de MontrĂ©al), Mikael RĂ¶nnqvist (UniversitĂ© Laval) and Mustapha Ouhimmou (Ă‰cole de technologie supĂ©rieure) as well as the VCO management team. The candidate will be responsible for coordinating scientific activities, several committees of the network and will actively participate in the network renewal process.
The deadline to apply is August 13, 2014.
To have a full description of the job, please consult this document.
We are pleased to announce the new publication entitled â€śOptimisationâ€ť (french version only) by Nicolas Mansuy, VCO Associate Student (UniversitĂ© Laval et NRCAN), in the Magazine des OpĂ©rations ForestiĂ¨res.
To access this article, please click here.
We are pleased to announce the new publication entitled â€śMatching market signals to the Canadian wood products value chainâ€ť by Professor Chris Gaston (UBC and FPInnovations), in UBC BranchLines Vol 25.2.
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The 2nd ConfĂ©rence FIBRE has been held from May 12 to 15 2014, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. The VCO network has been well represented this year again with about twenty collaborators on site (researchers, members of management committees and partners).
To access the final program, the PDF version of scientific posters presented by the VCO network and abstracts of all posters presented at the conference, please click here.
The 4th VCO Summer School has been held from June 11 to 13, at Dalhousie University, in Halifax under the theme "Defining a Service Offer in Value Chain Optimization". This year, we welcomed three keynote speakers, a scientific poster competition has been held, a real-case study has been presented and a one-day field-trip.
For more information or accessing the final program, you can visit the VCO Summer School 2014 webpage. Please note that the page will be update soon.
We are pleased to annouce the releasing of the VCO Newsletter 3rd edition, edited by Baburam Rijal, Ph.D. student at l'UniversitĂ© Laval.
Please click here to access this issue as well as the full list of available issues.
The program, the presentation (PDF format) and the report of VCO Workshop "Linking International Forest Value Chain Modeling Efforts" hold during "Forest Sector Modeling Conference 2013" on October 17, 2013, Rica Victoria Hotel, Lillehammer, Norway are now available !
The VCO Network is relying on the valuable contributions of a national research community of more than 34 principal investigators and 40 Masterâ€™s/PhD students & Postdoctoral fellows (PDF) from 15 Canadian universities. Through the funding of VCO student/PDF internships, this grant program aims to foster research collaboration with researchers abroad or VCO researchers located in another Canadian university.
For a complete description and application form, click here.
The VCO Network aims to be inclusive with the whole research community in the field of VCO applied to forest bioeconomy networks. A Grant Program for Associate Students is now open for submissions. This grant aims to support students not funded by the VCO Network to take part in the VCO Networkâ€™s activities, mainly the Summer School, workshops and FIBRE activities.
For a complete description and application form, see the Call for Associate Students.