Program (and Meetings) & Presentation Instructions

Pre-conference Meetings (June 6, 2011)

Sustainable Urban Systems Workshop
Managed by Professor Anu Ramaswami.
Supply Chain Carbon Footprint Workshop
The workshop is designed to bring joint teams of Operations Management, Industrial Engineering, and Industrial Ecology scholars to work on relevant theory and data driven projects. In the first part we will explore some industrial ecology tools and databases that can be used by the operations and supply chain research community. In the second part we will work to identify the interesting research questions and potential projects to be developed in mixed teams. We will also present a suggested research agenda based on literature review we are currently doing. We would like the participants to leave the workshop with a draft idea of research paper they will continue to work with. The workshop is supported by the UCLA Anderson School of Management.

There is no cost to register
The event will be all day June 6, approx. 8am-5pm and a joint dinner
You don't need to have a paper or background, all you need to brin is interest in the intersection between OM/SCM and LCA

If you are interested to participate, or if you have project ideas you would like to share ahead of time, please email Vered Doctori Blass ( by May 20.

Conference Program and Presentation Schedule (June 7-10, 2011)

The preliminary conference program is available in PDF format. The program will be updated in the future so please check back for the most up-to-date information.

Conference sessions will run between approximately 8:15 am and 5 pm every day of the conference, with a 2-hour lunch break. Poster sessions are scheduled for after the conference sessions on June 7, 8 and 9. Information about the poster sessions will be posted here by May 10.

The preliminary poster sessions schedule is available in PDF format. The schedule will be updated in the future so please check back for the most up-to-date information.

Post-conference Meetings (June 11, 2011)

Symposium on Industrial Ecology for Young Professionals (SIEYP)
Managed by Catherine Izard.