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OPAC seminar, December 14th, 2017

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Dr. L. Ravner A strategic model of job arrivals to a single machine with earliness and tardiness penalties We consider a game of decentralized timing of jobs to a single server (machine) with a penalty for deviation from a due date, and no delay costs. The jobs’ sizes are homogeneous and deterministic. Each job belongs […]

Invitation farewell gathering Jan Fransoo, November 24th, 2017

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Jan Fransoo will be taking up a new challenge as professor of Operations Management & Logistics and Dean of Research at the Kühne Logistics University in Hamburg. We hereby cordially invite you to attend the farewell gathering for Jan, professor of Operations Management & Logistics and Dean of the TU/e Graduate School. Date: November 24th, […]

OPAC seminar, November 23th, 2017

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T.W. Visser Efficient move evaluations for time-dependent vehicle routing problems with route duration constraints We consider the Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows, time-dependent travel times and in which route duration is constrained and/or minimized. This problem arises in many real-world transportation applications, for instance when modeling road traffic congestion and driver shifts with maximum […]

OPAC seminar, November 30th, 2017

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Dr. A. Marandi Neural networks modeling for solving nonlinear programming problems Quadratic Optimization (QO) has been studied extensively in the literature due to its application in real-life problems. In this presentation, we deal with two complicated aspects of QO problems, namely nonconvexity and uncertainty. A nonconvex QO problem is intractable in general. In the first […]

OAPC seminar, October 27th, 2017

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Dr. E. Spiliotopoulou Strategic ordering for inventory allocation: the impact of rationing mechanisms When several retailers compete for limited capacity, a broad class of allocation mechanisms are prone to manipulation: retailers may order more than needed to gain a higher allocation. We study the impact of three well-known inventory allocation mechanisms on retailers’ ordering behavior […]