R&D projects

As the lead scientist from the TU/e, I was involved in securing over 15 mio euro in grants (participating in and leading consortiums, submitting to Dinalog, Transumo, NWO, companies). Of this amount, over 2.5 mio euro was allocated to the TU/e, mainly used to hire PhD and PostDoc students. We currently participate in the following (research) projects:

  1. Cargo Hitching, Dinalog R&D project, main applicant
  2. Consolidation and Coordination in Urban Environments, Joint Programming Initiative Urban Europe, main applicant
  3. Design of LNG networks, Dinalog R&D project, co-applicant with other Dutch Universities and companies
  4. NWO DATAS, main applicant

Finished projects

  1. Get Service, FP7, participant
  2. 4C4D, Dinalog R&D project, co-applicant with other Dutch Universities and companies
  3. DA VINC3I, Dinalog R&D project, co-applicant with other Dutch Universities and companies
  4. IZIMOTIVE, Dinalog Demo project, co-applicant with companies
  5. Bundling at the source, Dinalog Demo project, co-applicant with companies
  6. CO3, FP7 research project, participant
  7. SoCool@EU, FP7 research project, participant
  8. IDVV, participant with Buck Consultants
  9. EcoLogistics, Interreg IVb project, participant
  10. ITUDE/Eyefreight: real-life VRP, main applicant
  11. Hubways, Pieken in de Delta project, participant
  12. NWO-MAGW (Dutch NSF): Congestion in Network Optimization problems, 1/10/2006-1/10/2010, main applicant
  13. TRANSUMO: The issue of congestion in vehicle routing problems, financed by TRANSUMO-CONNEKT, 1/1/2006-1/1/2010, co-applicant
  14. BETA Research School: Modeling operations in retail stores (modelleren van operationele processen in winkels), financed by BETA Research School, 2004 (with Jan Fransoo), 1/1/2005 – 1/1/2009, main applicant
  15. FWO (NSF) Belgium, postdoc position in 2003 (UA – TEW) not accepted due to job offer at the Eindhoven University of Technology
  16. FWO (NSF) Belgium – (researcher: Bart Wuyts with Nico Vandaele and Bruno De Borger), Dynamisch modelleren van congestiekosten en verkeersmanagementstechnieken

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