Why become Alice member?
- Contribute needs and challenges to industry research and innovation in logistics and supply chain management
- Support and assist the European Commission to define EU co-funded programs, starting with HORIZON 2020, and to implement the outcomes of these programs in support of competitiveness and sustainability targets.
- Access a network for interdisciplinary collaborative research & innovation involving industry, academia and public institutions.
- Be at the forefront of industry innovation, development and implementation.
- Have a role in developing regulatory requirements needed for innovation implementation.
- Have the right to participate in the WGs and Plenary and have the option to be part of the Executive and Steering Group and recommend experts to participate in the different WGs.
What I need to do to become a member?
To participate and become a member of ALICE, interested organizations will need to comply with ALICE Statutes and Terms of Reference and commit to actively participate in at least one of the ALICE Working Groups (WG).
To apply for membership, the following forms need to be filled in:
For Alice Membership applicants the Working Group membership form can be filled in a second stage, after membership is confirmed
WGs are forums in which partners discuss and agree on research and innovation needs in a certain area within logistics and supply chain management. The current ALICE Working Groups are the following:
- WG1. Sustainable logistic supply chains.
- WG2. Corridors, hubs and synchromodality.
- WG3. Systems & Technologies for Interconnected Logistics.
- WG4. Global Supply Network Coordination and Collaboration.
- WG5. Urban Logistics.
WG members are expected to participate in WG meetings (1-2 per year) in a European city: London, Brussels, Paris, Madrid, Amsterdam or similar. In addition, WG members will review and contribute to the documents generated by the ETP, specifically the research and innovation roadmaps and the research and innovation topic recommendations presented to the European Commission in preparation for Horizon 2020 calls.
If your decisión on joining one working group is still not clear for you after going through this information then you may fill in ALICE membership application form first, then we can exchange directly and decide which Working Group/s fits better the interest and expertise of the members.
Participation Rules and Membership Fee
|*Note: Since ALICE is industry-driven, research members are required to get an endorsement letter by an ALICE industry member|
|European Related Industry Associations*||€ 0|
♦ ALICE encourages related European associations to participate in ALICE, therefore: related European industry associations can become members for free as long as 2 of the following criteria are met:
- The association appoints the chairman of the association or one industry member in the Board of the Association to participate in ALICE. The industry member of the association gets free ALICE membership as well.
- The association invites ALICE to present activities/progress in one of the annual events of the association and includes a clear reference of collaboration/membership in ALICE within the association page.
- The association disseminates among the members and or through the association web, ALICE activities and in particular, ALICE Newsletter.
♦ Organizations chairing or vice-chairing the ALICE Steering Group and/or ALICE Working Groups will be granted with free membership unless they participate in funded projects that may cover in total or partly the time dedicated to chair or act as vice-chair of the working group.