Scientific Poster Contest - VCO Summer School 2013
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Scientific Posters Contest - Winners & Participants

High quality scientific posters were presented by 28 students and research professionals during the scientific poster contest. Congratulations to Cedric Diffo winner of the "Outstanding Poster" category, Claudia Cambero winner of the "Poster Public Award" category, Andrew Martin winner of the "Best M.Sc. Poster" category and also to Sanjay Dominik Jena and Gregory Paradis both winner of the "Best Ph.D. Poster" category. We would like to thank the members of the jury and our numerous partners for their generosity.


** If you want to consult the poster abstract, please refer to the 1st FIBRE Conference Catatalog by using the page number indicated below.



Andrew B. Martin A Spatial LP for Forest Strategic Planningp. 39
Tevfik Ziya Kologlu Development of a Genetic Algorithm Heuristic for Forest Management Intensity Zoningp. 110
Mona Roshani Analyzing the Impact of Open Innovation in University-Industry Collaborationsp. 168
Nathalie Hughes Upstream Modeling of the Market-Driven, Real-Time Production Planning and Management of Wood Pellets: A Case Studyp. 106
Amine Amrouss Real-time Transportation and Logistics Systems Planning and Controlp. 94
Damien Chauvin Value Chain-Based Costing approach for decision making in divergent process: Application to a Sawmillp. 121


Sanjay Dominik JenaOptimal Location of Logging Campsp. 117
Gregory ParadisImpact of Incoherence on Credibility of Wood Supply Planning
Cedric DiffoBiorefinery Business Model Definition and Implementation for the Strategic Transformation of the Forest Industryp. 158
Claudia CamberoGetting More Value from our Forestp. 126
Baburam RijalFire and Annual Harvest Volume Variation by Black Spruce Site Quality in Quebecp. 47
Narges SereshtiIntegrated Forest Value Chain Designsp. 59
José MélendezModeling a Biomass Procurement Supply-Chain for the Forest Biorefinery Value Chainp. 129
Mehdi PiltanEvaluating Potential Partnerships in Forest Products Value Chainsp. 134
Jean Blair & Peter Milley Geographies of Biorefining in Canadap. 52
Shariful IslamA Research Framework on Manufacturing Control Methods and Order Promising Methods for Sawmillsp. 108
Rezvan RafieiSafety Stock Level for a Demand-driven Wood Remanufacturing Millp. 139
Shashi ShahiFlexible Supply Chain Management Model under Uncertain Market Demand of the Canadian Forest Productsp. 182
Flor de Maria Robles BarretoBuilding a Dynamic Economic Model of the Quebec's Wood Value Chainp. 132
GĂ©raldine GĂ©mieuxDemand Driven Harvest Scheduling Based on a Column Generation Schemep. 142
Gregory RixTransportation-Driven Tactical Harvest Planningp. 120
Amira DemsEffects of Different Cut-to-length Harvesting Structures on the Economic Value of a Wood Procurement Planning Problemp. 114


Behrang MansoornejadStrategic Decision-Making for Biorefinery Implementation using a Supply-chain Analysisp. 99
William NikolakisBusiness Transformation in the Forest Sector: Impacts along the Value Chainp. 134
Bedarul AlamSupply Chain Optimization for the Delivery of Large Volumes of Biomass for Biofuel and/or Biochemical Production
Saba VahidDeveloping a Unified Modeling Framework for Forest Products Supply Chainsp. 64


Mathieu BouchardDecision Support System for Forest Managementp. 146
Vivian (Yu) LeeOverview of Value Maximization and Decision Support Program (VMDS)






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