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Jan Fransoo received prestigious M&SOM service award

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Jan Fransoo, Professor of Operations Management & Logistics in the OPAC group of the School of Industrial Engineering, has received the prestigious 2016 M&SOM Meritorious Service Award. This Award recognizes the best reviewers of academic papers submitted to the M&SOM journal, which is commonly recognized as one of the top journals in the field of […]

Finalists in Research Paper Competition – MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference

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A research paper submitted by Joris Bekkers and Dr. Shaunak Dabadghao has been selected in to the finals of the Research Paper Competition at the 2017 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference (SSAC). The MIT SSAC is the leading conference for industry professionals, researchers and students to discuss the increasing role of analytics in the global […]

OML-student receives European Master Thesis Award

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Madalina-Georgiana Gavrila, student Operations Management & Logistics at Eindhoven University of Technology, received the European Master Thesis Award. The European Master Thesis Award is a competition organised by ESTIEM (European Students of Industrial Engineering and Management) and ESCF (European Supply Chain Forum).

Tugce Martagan Received Honorable Mention in the INFORMS George B. Dantzig Dissertation Prize

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Dr. Tugce Martagan’s doctoral dissertation ‘Stochastic Models to Optimize Biomanufacturing Operations’ received the Honorable Mention in the 2016 George B. Dantzig Dissertation Award. The award has been established by INFORMS to encourage academic research that is innovative and relevant to practice, and is given for the best dissertation in the field of operations research and […]

Complexity in High-Tech Manufacturing has been awarded NWO grant

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A consortium headed by Prof. Ton de Kok and Dr. Willem van Jaarsveld of the OPAC group (TU/e IE) has been awarded a grant of about € 600000 as part of the NWO complexity in transport and logistics call for the project “complexity in high-tech manufacturing”. Other researchers of the consortium are Prof. Bert Zwart […]