Collaborators

I actively collaborate with a number of PhD and PostDoc students in my group. Below, more information on the different PhD students and their projects is provided.

On april 21, 2016, professor Van Woensel acted as the honorary Promotor of professor Gilbert Laporte, HEC Montreal (Canada), who received the title of Honorary Doctor of the Eindhoven University of Technology, for his pioneering work in the field of Transportation Science and Logistics and for his outstanding achievements in Vehicle and Arc Routing.

Current PhD students

  1. Peng Sun, promotor (Co-promotor: Luuk Veelenturf), city distribution, expected 2017
  2. Fardin Dashty Saridarq, promotor (co-promotor: dr. ir. Nico Dellaert), city distribution, expected 2017
  3. Afonso Henrique Sampaio, promotor (co-promotor: dr. Luuk Veelenturf), physical internet, expected 2019
  4. Gregor Brandt, promotor (co-promotor: dr. Noud Gademann), Supply Chain Design and Volatility, expected 2019
  5. Karel Vincents, promotor (co-promotor: dr. Luuk Veelenturf), DATAS, physical internet, expected 2020
  6. Xu Zhao, promotor (co-promotor: dr. Luuk Veelenturf), multi-echelon vehicle routing problems, expected 2021

Past PhD students

  1. Maryam Steadie Saefi, promotor (Second promotor: Prof. Dr. A.G. de Kok, co-promotor: dr. ir. Nico Dellaert), Multimodal transportation for perishable products, graduated March 2017 [thesis]
  2. Veaceslav Ghilas, promotor (co-promotor: Emrah Demir), The pickup and delivery problem with time windows and scheduled lines : models and algorithms, graduated October 2016, now at INFORM Germany[thesis]
  3. Baoxiang Li, promotor (Second promotor: prof.dr. ir. H. Reijers, co-promotor: Dmitry Krushinsky), Optimization of people and freight transportation : pickup and delivery problem variants, graduated March 2016, now at Fujitsu-SMU Urban Computing and Engineering Corporate Lab, Singapore [thesis]
  4. Anna Franceschetti, promotor (Second promotor: Prof. Dr. Ir. J.C. Fransoo, co-promotor: dr. Dorothee Honhon), Sustainable city logistics : fleet planning, routing and scheduling problems, graduated September 2015, now at Amazon UK, previously at CIRRELT doing PostDoc with Laporte [thesis]
  5. Stefano Fazi, co-promotor (Promotor: Prof. Dr. Ir. J.C. Fransoo), Mode selection, routing and scheduling for inland container transport, graduated September 2014, now at Universiteit Groningen, The Netherlands, [thesis]
  6. Kristina Sharypova (TU/e), co-promotor (Promotor: Prof. Dr. Ir. J.C. Fransoo),  Optimization of hinterland intermodal container transportation, graduated February 2014 [thesis]
  7. Derya Sever (TU/e), promotor (Second promotor: Prof. Dr. A.G. de Kok, co-promotor: dr. ir. Nico Dellaert), Routing in Stochastic Networks, graduated January 21,  2014 [thesis]
  8. Duygu Tas (TU/e), promotor (Co-promotor: Prof. Dr. A.G. de Kok, co-promotor: dr. ir. Nico Dellaert), Time and Reliability in Vehicle Routing Problems, graduated September, 10, 2013, now MEF University Turkey, [thesis]
  9. Alina Curseu (TU/e), co-promotor (Promotor: Prof. Dr. Ir. J.C. Fransoo), Retail inventory management with lost sales, graduated January 23, 2012 [thesis]
  10. Said Dabia (TU/e), co-promotor (Promotor: Prof. Dr. A.G. de Kok), Time and Multiple Objectives in Scheduling and Routing Problems, graduated January 9, 2012, now at VU, The Netherlands, [thesis]
  11. Ola Jabali (TU/e), co-promotor (Promotor: Prof. Dr. A.G. de Kok), Time and Timing in Vehicle Routing Problems, graduated November 2010, now at Politechnico di Milano, previously at HEC, CIRRELT, Canada [thesis]

Past PostDoc students

  1. Said Dabia, now at VU, The Netherlands
  2. Dmitry Krushinsky, now at Wageningen University, The Netherlands
  3. Behzad Hezarkhani, now at Nottingham University Business School, United Kingdom
  4. Youssef Ghiami, now at VU, The Netherlands
  5. Emrah Demir, now at Cardiff University, United Kingdom

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