ICoSCaL21 - International Conference on Smart Corridors and Logistics

24-26 November, 2021
Le Havre, Normandy, France

You are cordially invited to submit an abstract of 2 to 4 pages for the international conference on logistics corridors ICoSCaL21 organised under the auspices of the Institute for Intelligent Logistics in the Seine Valley and which will be held in Le Havre, from 24 to 26 November 2021. https://icoscal21.sciencesconf.org/



Logistics corridors play a crucial role in the organisation of logistics chains and the land-sea continuum. They are a key element in the performance of ports in serving their hinterland. They require a strategic vision and raise applied research questions. The issues and developments targeted by these corridors call for multi-scale approaches driven by major technological, digital and ecological changes. One of the fundamental questions concerns the governance and global management of logistics flows along the corridors.


30 June 2021 for the submission of an abstract (2 to 4 pages). Instructions are described on the conference website.

General Chairs ICoSCaL21 :


Cyrille Bertelle

Professeur des Universités en Informatique

Normandie Univ - Université Le Havre Normandie

Laboratoire de recherche LITIS - FR CNRS 3638

Président GIS ILI-VS - Institut pour une Logistique Intelligente en Vallée de Seine

Tel : +33 614 050 077
UFR ST - 25 rue Ph. Lebon - BP 1123
76063 Le Havre Cedex - FRANCE




Antoine Frémont

Directeur de recherche

Département AME. Laboratoire SPLOTT

Université Gustave Eiffel

Président du Conseil scientifique du GIS Institut pour une Logistique Intelligente en Vallée de Seine

Tel. +33 (0)1 81 66 80 55/+33 (0)6 48 84 74 61

5 bd Descartes

77454 Marne-la-Vallée Cedex 2. France





The INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORT LAW (IDIT) was created in 1969. It is an organisation whose objects are the study of all legal, Economic and Technical questions relating to all types of transport, both national and international.



ST4W aims to convince shippers shipping palletized freight to ship road freight by water.

ST4W proposes a management solution for shipment by inland waterway transport, providing to small stakeholders a simpler and cheaper access to secure data, and enabling them to share a hierarchical track & trace service of shipment, complementing the River Information Services, which localizes vessels. These tools will be tested, validated and rolled out during the project with the support of various partners (shippers, logistics operators, ship owners, ports and terminals, waterway administrations).

Coordinator: MULTITEL Asbl (Belgium)


CRITT T&L (France) / Logistics in Wallonia (Belgium) / Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (Netherlands) / Stichting Bureau Telematica Binnenvaart (Netherlands) / Institut du droit international des transports (France) / Stichting Projecten Binnenvaart ( Netherlands) / Port Autonome du Centre et de l'Ouest (Belgium) / Port de Bruxelles - Haven van Brussel (Belgium) / Universität Duisburg-Essen (UDE) (Germany) / Blue Line Logistics nv (Belgium) / Inlecom System Ltd (United Kingdom)

Project website : https://www.nweurope.eu/projects/project-search/st4w-smart-tracking-data-network-for-shipment-by-inland-waterway/

Funding: ERDF (Interreg V B North-West Europe)

Start date: 20/09/2017 – End date: 30/09/2021