Compétition d'affiches scientifiques – École d'été VCO 2012

 

Des affiches scientifiques de très grande qualité ont été présentées par 24 étudiants à l’occasion d’un concours. Félicitations à Alvaro Gil, grand gagnant (outstanding poster), ainsi qu’à Géraldine Gemieux (Best Ph.D.project), Louis-Patrick Dansereau (Best Ph.D. project) et Jean Blair (Best M.Sc. project). Nous remercions les membres du jury ainsi que les différents partenaires pour leur générosité.

 

AFFICHES SCIENTIFIQUES PRÉSENTÉES PAR LES ÉTUDIANTS À LA MAÎTRISE

 Alvaro Gil (projet 2-3.5)  Optimization of Sorting and Allocation Activities in Sawmills with Data-Mining Techniques and Agent-Based Modeling
 Jean Blair (projet 1.2)Policy and legislation to facilitate development of the bioeconomy in Canada
 Juliana Kostrinsky (projet 1.20)Incorporating compounded disturbance into forest harvest road and building planning
 Momen Elleuch (projet 2-3.2)Collaboration between Partners to Better Use Wood Fibre
 Richard Mastragostino (projet 2-3.4)Operability Considerations in Process Supply Chain Design for Forest Industry Transformations
 Mona Roschani (projet 2-3.8)Analysing the Impact of Open Innovation in University-Industry Collaboration
 Natalie Hughes (projet 4.7)Developing a Framework to Model the Market-Driven, Real-Time Production Planning and Management of the Wood Pellet Industry in Ontario
 Pegah Sohrabi
 Sina Saadatyar
A Novel Algorithm for Optimizing Cutting Patterns to Create Lumber from a Certain Class of Logs in Sawmill
 Sina Saadatyar (projet 2-3.6)A Bi-Level Approach to the Sawmill Price Setting Problem
 Pegah Sohrabi Control Strategies of Lumber Production Process in Sawmills Based on a “Powers of Two” Approach
 Shaima Tilouche Use of Knowledge Management to Better Align Forestry a Mathematical Procurement Model with Industrial Process
 Mohsen ArabiTactical Planning with FPInterface, Optitek and LogiOpt for Value Chain Optimization
 Zishan ShahPartnerships and Value Chains for Lignin-based Biorefineries A Case Study Approach

 

 

AFFICHES SCIENTIFIQUES PRÉSENTÉES PAR LES ÉTUDIANTS AU DOCTORAT

 Géraldine Gemieux Demand-Driven Harvest Scheduling: a Column Generation Approach
 Louis-Patrick DansereauValue Chain Planning in the Forest Biorefinery – Margins-Based Approach
 Cedric Diffo (projet 1.3)
Product portfolio selection in the definition of business plans for the Forest Biorefinery

 Marie-Philippe Naud (projet 2-3.1)Building a Shared-Value Park Model to Develop Efficient Business Model for Bio-Refining in the Forest Sector
 Behrang Mansoornejad (projet 2-3.13)Supply chain analysis of biorefinery implementation strategies
 Jose Melendez (projet 2-3.10)Optimizing the Biomass Procurement Supply Chain for the Forest Biorefinery Value Chain
 Rezvan Rafiei (projet 4.3)Demand-driven Wood Remanufacturing Industry: Proposing a Planning Model and Evaluating Re-planning Policies in a Real-scale Application 
 Shariful Islam (projet 4.1)Two New Approaches of Tree Bucking & A Supply Chain Management Network for the Bucked Tree Using Model Predictive Control 
 Francisco Vergara (projet 4.6)Influence of timber grade uncertainty in forest tactical decision making  
 Sanjay Dominik JenaOptimal Location of Logging Camps
 Mahdi MachaniA Decision-support Tool for Evaluating the Technical and Economic Potential of Integrating Bioenergy Production within Pulp and Paper Mills 

 

 
AFFICHES SCIENTIFIQUES PRÉSENTÉES PAR LES PROFESSIONNELS DE RECHERCHE

Rhiad Azouzi (projet 5.1WP) 
Information and Knowledge Sharing in the Collaborative Design of Planning Systems within the Forest Products Industry: Survey, Framework & Roadmap