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.
October 19, 2015
Tugce Martagan’s research paper from her Ph.D. dissertation is selected as finalist for 2015 M&SOM Student Paper Competition organized by INFORMS. The paper focuses on developing stochastic optimization models to reduce costs and lead times in engineer-to-order protein manufacturing operations. The research has been conducted in close collaboration with Aldevron, a biomanufacturing firm in Madison, Wisconsin. The paper will be presented in one of the special M&SOM sessions in the INFORMS Annual Meeting on Sunday, November 1, 2015, 1:30-3:00 PM. Please for more for more information about the M&SOM Student Paper Competition.
August 26, 2015
The postdoc, who started working at the OPAC group of the School of Industrial Engineering of TU Eindhoven in February 2015, had prepared two posters for the conference serving as the primary international forum to present and discuss new results related to imprecise probability (an approach that extends the usual probability calculus to allow for a more flexible and realistic uncertainty modeling).
The poster winning the first prize (follow attached link), prepared in collaboration with Frank Coolen of Durham University and Simme Douwe Flapper of OPAC, deals with estimating the reliability of a one-of-a-kind system, by combi... More...