2nd International Conference on
Problems of Logistics, Management and Operation
in the East-West Transport Corridor
(PLMO 2023)

May 24-26, 2023
Baku, Azerbaijan


About the Conference

The East-West Transport Corridor is an integral part of the ancient Silk Road and an initiative that requires the development of new mechanisms for regional economic partnership. It stimulates the economic prosperity, cultural exchange and communication between of the member countries. Moreover, it serves as a tool to promote peace and create sustainable development.

Being an integral part of the “One Belt One Road” concept, the East-West Corridor is aimed at improving trade routes, transport and economic corridors and creating new trade routes. The East-West Corridor is also considered to be the shortest trade route that connects Europe and China.

The main goal of the 2nd International Conference on Problems of Logistics, Management and Operation in the East-West Transport Corridor is to bring together researchers and relevant representatives from the public, private sector, universities and international organizations to discuss scientific and practical issues such as, problems in the transportation of goods through different transportation methods. Taking into consideration the achievements of 4th Industrial Revolution, the introduction of digital technologies and digital economy could tackle the problem.

We invite representatives of government, business, education and the scientific community to participate in the international scientific and practical conference!
The working languages of the conference: English, Azerbaijani, Russian.

This event is organized in collaboration between the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)


Institute of Control Systems,
68 B.Vahabzadeh Str.,
Baku, Azerbaijan (AZ1141)


May 24-26, 2023
(Wednesday to Friday)


Offline / Online (ZOOM)


Registration (Central Scientific Library of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, H.Javid av., 129)

OPENING CEREMONY (floor #4, Shusha Hall)

  • Ali ABBASOV (Director General of the Institute of Control Systems at the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan)
  • Rasim ALGULIYEV (Director General of the Institute of Information Technology at the Ministry of Science and Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan, Vice-President of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Science)
  • Nijat MAMMADLI (Adviser to the Minister of Science and Education of the Republic of Azerbaijan)
  • Anar RZAYEV (Chairman of the Azerbaijan Land Transport Agency, Ministry of Digital Development and Transportation of the Republic of Azerbaijan)
  • Gu XINGFA (Chairman of the China Remote Sensing Committee, Director of the National Engineering Research Center for Remote Sensing Satellite Application, Aerospace Information Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
  • Aleksander SŁADKOWSKI (Silesian University of Technology, Poland. Editor-in-Chief of the «Transport Problems» Int. Sci. Journal)
  • Yulbarskhon MANSUROV (Republican Council for Higher Education of the Republic of Uzbekistan)

Coffee break

PLENARY SESSION (floor #4, Shusha Hall)

Moderator – Prof. Aminaga SADIGOV

    P.1. Telman ALIEV, Gambar GULUYEV, Tofig BABAYEV, Narmin RZAYEVA, Rauf GADIMOV. Possibility of increasing safety in the East-West transport corridor by using adaptive intelligent vibration control systems (Institute of Control Systems, Azerbaijan)
    P.2. Aleksander SŁADKOWSKI. International cooperation in the field of education of future transport engineers (Silesian University of Technology, Poland. Editor-in-Chief of the «Transport Problems» Int. Sci. Journal)
    P.3. Rustam RAHIMOV. Improving the method of measuring the force impact of rolling stock on the railway track for monitoring the technical condition of the wheels (Head of the Department "Wagons and Carriage Facilities", Tashkent State Transport University)

Lunch break

SECTION #1 (Round Hall 301)

Chairman of the Section – Prof. Shahnaz SHAHBAZOVA
Secretary – Dr. Gulnara VALIJANOVA

1. Gorkhmaz IMANOV, Asif ALIYEV, Khudayar HASANLI. Interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy simulation model for control of logistic performance index
2. Davron JURAEV. Issues of widespread introduction of logistics systems in the development of foreign economic activity
3. Oleh KLYUS, Marcin SZCZEPANEK. Simultaneous reduction of fuel consumption and toxic emission of exhaust gases of fishing fleet engines
4. Jarmila SOSEDOVA, Martin JURKOVIC, Jana MAJEROVA, Pawel DROZDZIEL, Ondrej STOPKA, Piotr GORZELANCZYK. Overview of Current Trends in Maritime Transport in Terms of Transport Sustainability
5. Marcin SZCZEPANEK, Oleh KLYUS. Ecological fuel made from polymer waste for diesel engines
6. George TUMANISHVILI, Giorgi TUMANISHVILI, Tengiz NADIRADZE, Yulbarskhon MANSUROV. Prediction and perfection of tribological properties of heavily loaded interacting surfaces
7. Jumber CHOGOVADZE, Phridon GOGIASHVILI, Gocha LEKVEISHVILI, Besik SIRBILADZE, Irakli MIKELADZE. A delivery model for the optimal number of railcars for container flows in the process of interaction of sea and railway transport
8. Rustam RAHIMOV, Abdulaziz GULYAMOV, Yulbarskhon MANSUROV, Tofig BABAYEV, George TUMANISHVILI. Application of digital technologies in rail transport
9. Janusz CWIEK, Joanna MICHALSKA-CWIEK. Assessment of wear of tram wheels
10. Andrei KHASANOV. Factors influencing the training in the railway industry concept formation
11. Dmytro IAKYMENKOV, Galyna ROIZINA. Feasibility study of the practical application of the data pipeline concept for improving the grain corridor efficiency using un/cefact standards
12. Shahnaz SHAHBAZOVA, Asgar RZAYEV. Intellectual information systems on the base of fuzzy neural networks
13. Shahnaz SHAHBAZOVA, Agha AGHAYEV. Java Spring Frame-work for Web Applications
14. Shahnaz SHAHBAZOVA, Nigar ALIYEVA. Data mining on base of artificial intelligence

SECTION #2 (Smart Hall 302)

Chairman of the Section – Prof. Kamil AIDA-ZADE
Secretary – Dr. Nigar AHMADOVA

1. Telman ALIEV, Naila MUSAEVA. Technologies for early monitoring and warning of malfunctions in transport complex facilities
2. Uladzimir ANISHCHANKA. Directions on an expansion by e-commerce tools for cross-border paperless trade
3. Valeri VIRKOVSKI, Tofig BABAYEV. Modern approaches to digitalization of transport corridors in CAREC countries
4. Masuma MAMMADOVA, Zarifa JABRAYILOVA. Decision making in an intelligent health management system of the ship crew in maritime transport
5. Tofig BABAYEV, Asif RAZZAQ, Mumtaz AHMED, Shokhrukh AVAZOV. Digital CAREC: Analysis of the Regional Digital Gap
6. Fazliddin MUMINOV. Prospects, opportunities and problems for the development of the logistics industry in the Republic of Uzbekistan
7. Aziz TALIBOV, Elkhan SABZIEV, Adalat PASHAYEV, Elshan HASHIMOV. Optimal placement of logistics centers in the Republic of Azerbaijan
8. Habil HUSEYNOV. Analysis of the development of railway transport in the territory of Azerbaijan over the East-West transport corridor
9. Balami ISMAILOV. Analysis of the results of the simulation model of the system information security in service networks
10. Ismayil ISMAYILOV, Razi GARAYEV. Technical and technological solutions for improving the information exchange system of aircraft
11. Elvin MURADZADE. Digitalization of transport & logistics sector and transit cargo transport
12. Aygul MUSAYEVA. Use of AI and IoT to improve transport and logistics in agriculture
13. Jamila NAMAZOVA, Tabriz YADIGAROV, Dagbeyi ALLAHVERDIYEV. Economic and mathematical modeling of operating costs in sea freight transportation under uncertainty
14. Kamil AIDA-ZADE, Yegana АSHRAFOVA. Determination the segments in pipelines of complex structure containing leakage


Dr. Valery VIRKOVSKI (Chair of eLogistics and DTC Working Group, eTrade & Logistics Consultancy, Azerbaijan)
Dr. Tofig BABAYEV (eTrade/eLogistics national expert, Azerbaijan)

1. Tofig BABAYEV. Brief review of Transport and Digital Strategy of CAREC countries by 2030. (10.00 – 10.10)
2. Valery VIRKOVSKI. Modern approaches to digitalization of transport corridors in CAREC countries. (10.10 – 10.25
3. Speaker from the Eurasian Economic Commission (To Be Confirmed - TBC) Digitalisation of transport corridors under the Plan (Roadmap) on the Development of Trade and Economic Cooperation between the EAEU member states and the People’s Republic of China. (10.25 – 10.40)
4. Rūta ŠALVYTĖ-TAMOŠIŪNIENĖ (Deputy Team Leader of EU4Digital Facility Project, phase II, EY Baltic) Roadmap for a Digital Transport Corridor connecting the Eastern Partner countries and the EU (eFTI deployment roadmap). (10.40 – 10.55)
5. Sandeep Raj JAN (speaker from UNESCAP Transport Division) Development of regional strategy on accelerating rail digital transformation in Asia and the Pacific. (10.55 – 11.10)
6. Alexander BOREYKO (speaker from ITS company, Russia) - International data exchange standards as the foundation of transport and logistics digitalization. (11.10 – 11.25)

Coffee break

11:45 - 13:40

1. Tengda SUN (Director-General of LOGINK,China) - Application of ISO 23355 standard to cross-border information exchange in supply chains: International Mutual Trusted Sharing Initiative. (11.45 – 12.00)
2. Galina ROYZINA, Dmitry YAKIMENKOV. (Advisor and expert of UNECE/UN CEFACT, Ukraine). Harmonization of the transport corridors standards using UN/CEFACT data pipeline concept. (12.00 – 12.15)
3. Mikhail SELYUTIN (Business Development Director of United Transport &Logistics Company, UTLC in EAEU)- Data pipeline for electronic logistics documents for the facilitation of containers transportation via China-Europe Railway Express corridors. (12.15 – 12.30)
4. Sergey VOINICH (speaker from FP Trade company, member of the international technological consortium for supply chains digitalization) – Approaches to creation of the national eCMR and eSMGS services in the DTC ecosystem of EAEU countries. (12.30 – 12.45)
5. Vladimir PADALITSA (UNECE expert, Deputy Direcrtor-General of Transrail-BCH Joint Venture) - Using converters for transformation of electronic documents and messages from UN EDIFACT into XML formats for international railway cargo transportation. (12.45 – 13.00)
6. Vytautas VITKAUSKAS (RESIDENT INTA, Lithuania). Cargo scanners images analysis and threat objects recognition training. (13.00 – 13.10)
7. Andrey ISCRICH (Chief Digital Officer, Azerbaijan Railways). Approach to digitalization of Western route of North-South transport corridor. (13.10 – 13.20)
8. Vladimir ABRAMYTCHEV (Sorbonne Economics). Seamless logistics for international e-Commerce. (13.20 – 13.30)
9. Uladzimir ANISHCHANKA. Modern approaches to the digitalization of transport corridors. (13.30 – 13.40)

Lunch break

SECTION #3 (Round Hall 301)

Chairman of the Section – Prof. Bayram IBRAHIMOV
SecretaryTogrul ISMAYLOV

1. Aygun ALIYEVA. The role of tourism logistics in the development of the national economy
2. Tofig BABAYEV, Khalida MELIKOVA. Transport contents in Horizon Europe Framework Programme
3. Anvar RAKHIMOV. Anvar KHUSHVAKOV. Optimizing the economy relations with economic solutions with the help of transport issue
4. Elchin ALIYEV, Islam AHMADOV, Asgar ALMASOV, Emil AHMADOV. Integrated approach to the development of the transport system in the urban agglomeration of Baku using digital technologies
5. Rustam MAMMADLI, Ali PARSAYAN. Intelligent Car Interior Components Controlling by means of Azeri (Azerbaijani) Spoken Language Words
6. Leyla MURADKHANLI. Car detection using OpenCV
7. Laman POLADOVA, Gulnare VELIJANOVA. Model of queuing-inventory system with catastrophes and random replenishment policy
8. Ramin RZAYEV, Emil AHMADOV. Analysis of the features of the practical application of some methods for traffic prediction
9. Ulvi SADIK-ZADA. Question about risk assessment of landslide process origin
10. Bayram IBRAHIMOV, Aziz TALIBOV, Аllahverdi ORUJOV. Research efficiency of the autotechnical services using the concept logistic systems
11. Bayram IBRAHIMOV, Togrul ISMAYLOV. Analysis of the model hierarchical state management telecommunications systems using the logistic approach

SECTION #4 (Smart Hall 302)

Chairman of the Section – Prof. Aminaga SADIGOV
Secretary – Dr. Ramin ZEYNALOV

1. Aminagha SADIGOV, Kamran MUSTAFAYEV. Modern logistics and the East-West Transport Corridor
2. Aminagha SADIGOV, Ramin ZEYNALOV. Technological report of main oil pipelines under conditions of uncertainty of information
3. Aminagha SADIGOV, Lamiya NAJAFOVA, Leyla GADIMOVA. Optimization of cargo deliveries under high and random demand
4. Lamiya NAJAFOVA. Increasing energy efficiency in transport
5. Allakhverdi HASANOV, Elmira AKHUNDOVA, Sevinj GULIYEVA. Mathematical model of train movement
6. Hilala JAFAROVA, Nahida GULIYEVA. Application of forecasting models in automobile insurance
7. Babak ABBASOV, Asif GANBAYEV. Application of Digital Twin technology in customs processes for logistics: A conceptual framework
8. Irada VALIYEVA. The Role of Science and Education in the Develop-ment of Digital Trade and Logistics
9. Mir Ramin YUNUSOV. The role of modeling in emergency risk prediction
10. Jamil GASIMOV, Heybatulla AHMADOV. Reserves of resource saving in the track facilities by increasing the reliability of the track


1. Iwona MICHALSKA-POŻOGA. Recycling of polymer and composite waste from shipbreaking
2. Dagbeyi ALLAHVERDIYEV, Vusala BEKIROVA. Social essence and interests in the economic policy of Azerbaijan

CLOSING CEREMONY (Academic Hall #204)


until May 1, 2023 – Participants register for the Conference.
until May 1, 2023 – Authors submit full papers to [email protected]
until May 10, 2023 – Submitted papers undergo peer review. The Program Committee will inform authors on acceptance/rejection of papers. Participants who require a visa must contact the Organizing Committee to get an official invitation after confirmation of paper acceptance.
until May 12, 2023 – Authors must pay the Conference fee after confirmation of paper acceptance and e-mail a scanned copy of the payment receipt to [email protected]
until May 12, 2023 – Authors must provide the information on their arrival/departure by e-mailing their air ticket information and a scanned copy of passport to [email protected]


All conference participants who need a visa to enter Azerbaijan are to apply for a single-entry e-visa valid for 30 days via the ASAN Visa portal online at least 3 working days before their planned date of arrival in the country.
They can find all necessary visa-related information at the link below:

Conference papers

Conference papers (length of up to 10 pages) will be published in a volume of the Proceedings of the Conference Please, follow the requirements and use the template to type your paper (you can download these files from the conference website).

Each Paper will be assigned a DOI after review and the conference proceedings will be uploaded to the conference website with subsequent placement in the WoS databases.
Selected full-length articles on the presentations will be recommended for publication in the following journals by the editorial board of the conference:
■ Transport Problems
■ Informatics and Control Problems



1) Papers must be in English and correspond to the topics of the conference.

2) Papers must contain original research information of scientific and/or practical value.

3) The papers are submitted on 3 to 10 full pages (including References). Exceeding this limit is possible only with the approval of the Organizing Committee.

4) Papers must be sent from the speaker's email to [email protected]

5) Papers must fully comply with the technical requirements: https://conf.cyber.az/conference-template-a4.docx

Please insert the text of your paper directly into the template without changing the page and font settings.



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