Logistics Management 2025 Conference | Sustainable, Resilient and Human-centered Systems in Logistics Management




Inizio: Set 18 | 10:00 am

Fine : Set 19 | 05:00 pm

Conferenze Internazionali
logistics |

Via Lambruschini, 4B 20156 Milano MI

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Politecnico di Milano (Bovisa Campus)
Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering (Building 26)
Via R. Lambruschini 4/B, 20156 Milan


The LM 25 conference brings together more than 100 logistics management researchers from 17th to 19th of September 2025 in Milan, Italy.

The objectives are to provide an interactive, personal platform for discussing and exploring characteristics and implications of making logistics operations sustainable, resilient and human centered in line with technology and general logistics management research development.

Furthermore, the conference facilitates the international exchange of logistics and operations management researchers for collaboration, especially between Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Italy.

This helps to support PhD and early career researchers to develop communications, networking and innovation capabilities in an international academic research and expert setting.


Conference Committee
Prof. Matthias Klumpp, Prof. Anne Lange, Prof. Christoph Glock, Prof. Frank Meisel

Local Organizing Committee 
Prof. Sara Perotti (AIDI Board Member), Prof. Riccardo Mangiaracina, Prof. Angela Tumino, Dr. Arianna Seghezzi, Dr. Chiara Siragusa



The LM 2025 program is scheduled from September 18, 10.00 hours to September 19, 17.00 hours in 2025.

A pre-program with a PhD seminar and paper development workshop is organized on September 17 with Prof. Ou Tang, University of Linköping and IJPE.

Keynote speakers:

  • Prof. Alberto Regattieri, University of Bologna
  • Prof. Marco Taisch, Politecnico di Milano, MADE & MICS (tbc)
  • Steffen Obermann, Zufall Logistics Group, Göttingen Germany

The conference dinner is planned to take place on September 18, 2025 at MADE Milan.



The publication options in connection with LM 25 are dedicated special issue streams in collaboration with the following academic journals:

  • Journal of Business Logistics
    GE: Klumpp, Sternberg
  • Computers and Industrial Engineering
    GE: Glock, Lange, Meisel
  • Journal of Business Economics
    GE: Buscher, Thies, Meisel, Klumpp, Fandel


Fee & Registration

The conference registration fee is 295 Euro, with a reduced PhD and master student registration fee of 195 Euro, 120 places are provided for the event.

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