November 9, 2015
The master’s program entered the top 20 of world’s best supply chain programs (source: SCM World University ranking). 719 supply chain professionals were asked: “As a marker of supply chain talent, please select your top three universities.” Respondents were given a drop-down menu comprising 192 universities known to have supply chain offerings within their business programmes. The list reflects only what working supply chain practitioners think of the brand value of these business schools and is not an assessment of their research, academic strength or even whether they offer formal supply chain degrees. More information about the ranking can be found on the website of .
November 9, 2015
The Service Logistics Forum (SLF) annually awards a prize for the best bachelor or master thesis in the field of service logistics in The Netherlands. Both the first and second place awards, including cheques for €1000 and €500 respectively, have been won by students of Eindhoven University of Technology, both from the department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences. First place was awarded to Bram Westerweel, who is currently a PhD student at the same department, for his thesis ‘A total cost of ownership analysis based on a physical degradation model for corrosion of steel ves... More...
November 6, 2015
Industria announced the winners of the Education Awards 2015! Different categories have led to five winners, and they are chosen by their own students. The winners are complimented about their enthusiasm, involvement and student-focused lectures and instructions. Congratulations! Propedeuse dr. M.E. Hochstenbach Post-Propedeuse dr.ir. R.M. Dijkman Innovation Management dr. S.E.C. Gelper Operations Management & Logistics dr. Z. Atan Talent Award dr. M. Udenio
October 28, 2015
Tom Kamps received the Dow Chemical Master’s Thesis Award presented by Peter van Egerschot, Assoc. Supply Chain Director of Dow Benelux. Students of the TU/e master’s program Operations Management & Logistics that graduated in the past academic year and received at least a grade of 9 for their theses have been nominated for the award. The jury was very satisfied about all theses. All theses were considered of outstanding quality and well reflected the objectives of the Operations Management & Logistics program, namely to use formal models to analyze, improve, and redesign operational processes.