In general, our research is concerned with the development of quantitative models and methods of operations research in order to provide decision support for practical problems in the area of (production and in particular service) operations management – for better, more systematic and data-driven decision making in complex situations.
Current research areas focus on:
Our research projects are application-driven and stimulated by various problems arising in practice. Results are regularly published in international top level scientific journals and presented on academic conferences all over the world.
Current PhD Projects
Currently ongoing PhD Projects:
You can find the completed PhD Project here.
Optimal Service Design at the Interface of Marketing and Operations: What Benefits to Provide to Customers and How to Create them? (with Fabian Strohm)
Service Network Design: Competing on Convenient Locations and Responsive Service Processes (with Pratibha Saini und Fabian Strohm)
Railway Delay Management with Passenger Rerouting in Face of Train Capacity Constraints (with Eva König)
Continuous Pricing in a Capacitated Network under Mixed Multinomial Logit Demand with Applications to Railway Revenue Management (with Simon Hohberger)
An Algorithm to Create Test Data for Large Scale Network Revenue Management Models with Customer Choice (with Simon Hohberger)
Replenishment by Air or Ocean? Stochastic Dynamic Programming at Dell (with Dominic McKendry und Sonja Gensler)
An Integrated Optimization Approach to Green Product and Supply Network Design