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OPAC seminar, March 15th, 2018

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Prof.Dr. B. Tomlin The internet of things and information fusion: Who talks to who? The promised operational benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT) are predicated on the notion that better decisions will be enabled through a multitude of autonomous sensors (often deployed by different firms) providing real-time knowledge of the state of things. This […]

OPAC seminar, February 8th, 2018

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Mrs.Dr. A. Timonina-Farkas Stochastic dynamic programming using optimal quantizers (joint work with Prof. Georg Pflug) Multi-stage stochastic optimization is a well-known quantitative tool for decision-making under uncertainty, which applications include financial and investment planning, inventory control, energy production and trading, electricity generation planning, supply chain management and similar fields. Theoretical solution of multi-stage stochastic programs can […]

OPAC seminar February 6th, 2018

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Dr. E. Özkan* Matching and pricing in ridesharing systems Ridesharing platforms are online mobile platforms which match paying customers who need a ride with drivers who provide transportation. Some examples of these platforms are Uber and Lyft in the USA, Didi Chuxing in China, Ola in India, and Grab in Southeast Asia. When a customer […]

OPAC seminar, February 1st, 2018

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Dr. P. Fontaine Multi-modal scheduled service network design with inbound and outbound flows for two-tier city logistics We introduce a new problem for selecting services in a tactical plan of a two-tier city logistics system. Compared to existing models, we consider different transportation modes with multiple compartments within one model. Moreover, we integrate inbound and […]

OPAC seminar, January 31st, 2018

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Dr. O. (Okan) Arslan Network design problem with length-bounded paths When traveling between their origins and destinations, the drivers can deviate from their shortest paths cooperatively to visit discretionary service facilities or non-cooperatively to avoid encountering any law-enforcement facilities. This deviation length is naturally bounded from above by the tolerance of the drivers. In this […]