In 2022, the conference was held in hybrid format from 2.-20.5.2022 in Geneva. From the HUMLOG Institute ten researchers and other members of staff travelled to Geneva to participate in presenting the majority of the sessions listed below.
- Law and Humanitairan Logistics, by Prof. Nezih Altay and Prof. Gyöngyi Kovács
- The HERoS Project - Covid-19 Health Emergency Response in Interconnected Systems, by Prof. Gyöngyi Kovács and Dr. Abdelsalam Hamid Abakar
- Cash &/or Carry: The challenges and modalities of delivering aid in conflict zones, by Dr. Amin Maghsoudi and Dr. Wojciech Piotrowicz
- Humanitarian Logistics Association, by George Fenton and Dr. Wojciech Piotrowicz
- A greener humanitarian supply chain, Focus: Climate, by Dr. Diego Vega and Doctoral Student Qifeng Yan
- DigCBA: Responsible Use of Digital Cash Based Assistance in Refugee Crises, by Dr. Hossein Baharmand, Dr. Wojciech Piotrowicz and Dr. Amin Maghsoudi
- IMPACCT Hanken School of Economics Master Students Sofia af Hällström, Isabel Leroux and Kieto Mahaniah present the results of their research project 'End-to-End Mapping for the Importation of Medicines and Medical Equipment during a Disease outbreak' to the IMPACCT working group
- The HUMLOG Institute and The Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management, by Dr. Diego Vega, Prof. Nezih Altay and Prof. Gyöngyi Kovács
In 2021, the conference was completely online held from 19.4.-7.5.2021. The following sessions were held and presented during the conference.
- Continuity of activities during pandemics, by Dr. Diego Vega and Doctoral Student Félicia Saïah
- The HERoS Project - Covid-19 Health Emergency Response in Interconnected Systems, by Prof. Gyöngyi Kovács
- Logistics Cluster Partner Forum: "What's up at HUMLOG", by Dr. Wojciech Piotrowicz
- A conglomerate of servicescapes: A bew cibceotualization of NEXUS environments, by Dr. Diego Vega
- The Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management: "What's up at HUMLOG", by Dr. Wojciech Piotrowicz, Prof. Gyöngyi Kovács and Dr. Diego Vega
- The Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management, by Prof. Nezih Altay, Prof. Gyöngyi Kovács, Sean Rafter, Prof. Sander de Leeuw, Lina Frennsson, Henry Mutebi,