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Annual report 2009
Annual report 2009
March 2010
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Beta Research School for Operations Management and Logistics
c/o Eindhoven University of Technology
Den Dolech 2, Paviljoen C 07
P.O. Box 513
5600 MB Eindhoven
The Netherlands
Phone: +31 40 247 4733
Fax: +31 40 247 2607
E-mail: [email protected]
http://www.tue.nl/beta
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Contents
1. INTRODUCTION, ORGANIZATION & MISSION .....................................................5 2. PHD EDUCATION AND SUPERVISORY ACTIVITIES ............................................9 3. BETA'S RESEARCH FIELD .........................................................................................11 4. SCIENTIFIC EVENTS ...................................................................................................13 5. HUMAN RESOURCES ..................................................................................................19 6. SCIENTIFIC OUTPUT 2009 .........................................................................................35 3
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1.
Introduction, organization & mission
The Beta Research School for Operations Management and Logistics is a research school in which
several scientific disciplines contribute to a deeper understanding of the performance of operational
processes. It has a multidisciplinary research and education program focusing on the analysis, design
and control of operational processes. Since 28 May, 1998, Beta is officially recognized by the Royal
Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). On 23 June, 2009, Beta has been recognized by
this academy for the next period of six years.
The Beta Research School combines the research of all groups of the School of Industrial Engineering
of the department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences (IE&IS) and the department of
Mathematics and Computer Science (MCS) at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), and the
Center for Telematica and Information Technology (CTIT) of the University of Twente (UT). The
department of IE&IS is the principal department of Beta. On 31 December, 2009, 81 staff members
and 61 PhD students participated in Beta.
As a research school Beta is responsible for the education of graduate students. Beta has implemented
clear procedures with respect to assessing the quality of research projects and PhD applicants. During
a PhD research project, progress is measured with respect to PhD education and to the research itself.
For each PhD student an individual education plan is developed and appropriate fulfillment of this
plan yields the Beta education certificate. The assessment of PhD research progress has been
established in a motivating format through the yearly Beta Conference, where all PhD students in their
third year present their research results to-date.
Beta intends to build on its strengths in order to foster its international position. All efforts are aimed
at attracting young research talent in Europe and all around the globe and to create an international
institute that has research programs blending mathematical modeling and humanities into a deep
understanding of empirical phenomena observed when analyzing, designing and controlling
operational processes.
Organization
Responsibility for research management and organizational control resides within Beta itself. The Beta
Executive Board and the Scientific Director carry out management and organizational tasks. Twice a
year the Scientific Director of Beta gives account of all Beta activities to the Beta Supervisory Board
on behalf of the Beta Executive Board.
Beta Supervisory Board
The Beta Supervisory Board acts as a supervisory body for the Scientific Director and the Executive
Board. Furthermore it acts as the intermediary body between the institute and the boards of the
constituent partners. The principal role of the Supervisory Board is to assess the financial and
personnel resources of Beta.
On April 1, 2009, the TU/e-MCS representative prof.dr. K.M. van Hee, left the Supervisory Board. He
was succeeded by prof.dr. A.M. Cohen. In 2009 the Supervisory Board met two times.
Members of the Beta Supervisory Board
Prof.dr. P.M.G. Apers (UT, scientific director UT-CTIT)
Prof.dr. A.M. Cohen (TU/e, dean TU/e-MCS, member Supervisory Board from April)
Prof.dr. K.M. van Hee (TU/e, dean TU/e-MCS, member Supervisory Board till April)
Prof.dr. A.G.L. Romme (TU/e, dean TU/e-IE&IS and chairman)
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The Beta Academic Council
In September 2005 the Beta Academic Council was established. This council assesses the research of
Beta, scientific quality, research cooperation and research focus during a yearly meeting. The Beta
Academic Council did not meet in 2008 and 2009, as Beta was reviewed in Autumn 2008 by a peer
review committee as part of the re-recognition procedure of KNAW.
Members of the Beta Academic Council
Chris Blondia
University of Antwerp, Belgium
Mathias Jarke
RWTH Aachen University, Germany
Jo van Nunen
Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Mike Pinedo
New York University, USA
Filip Roodhooft
Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
Kwok Tsui
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
The Beta Executive Board
The Beta Executive Board manages the school. The Board is responsible for the long-term education
and research planning, the annual budget and resources planning, the annual research and education
evaluation reports and the framework of working procedures. Each year, the budget and the research
and education evaluation reports are sent to the constituent partners of Beta. The Beta Executive Board
takes decisions on the participation of researchers of the constituent partners as members in Beta. On
the basis of proposals from the constituent partners, the principal department nominates the members.
The Scientific Director is the chairman of the Beta Executive Board.
The Beta Executive Board specifically focuses on relevant scientific developments in the area of
Operations Management and advises the Scientific Director on the development and management of
the research and the education program. In addition, the Executive Board is responsible for quality
control and progress monitoring of the researchers, the research and the education program. The
Education Officer, who reports to the Executive Board, is responsible for the daily co-ordination of the
development, teaching, and evaluation of the courses.
In 2008 the Beta Executive Board reconsidered its position and structure. As a result the number of
meetings was reduced to five in 2009.
Members of the Beta Executive Board
Prof.dr.ir. I.J.B.F. Adan
Prof.dr. R.J. Boucherie
Prof.dr.ir. G.J. van Houtum
Dr. A.J.M.M. Weijters
Prof.dr.ir. M.J.F. Wouters
(TU/e-MCS, member)
(CTIT, member)
(TU/e-IE&IS, Scientific Director)
(TU/e-IE&IS, member)
(CTIT, Beta Education Officer)
The Scientific Director
The Scientific Director is appointed by the board of the principal department, based on a
recommendation of the boards of the other partners and in agreement with the University Board of the
principal university. The person recommended is selected from the members associated with the
research school. The appointment is for a period of six years at the most.
The Scientific Director is responsible for the daily management of the school. He prepares the
decisions for the board and ensures that the board's decisions are carried out, on their behalf. The
Scientific Director also has the following specific responsibilities:
• To ensure that the development of knowledge in the scientific disciplines within Beta is of topquality level.
• To ensure that the education of PhD students is of top quality.
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The Scientific Director is accountable to the Beta Advisory Board for the proper planning and
execution of the research activities and education agreed upon.
Prof.dr.ir. G.J. van Houtum, scientific director Beta
Beta's mission
Beta's mission is to carry out practically and scientifically relevant research into the analysis, design
and control of operational processes (Operations Management for short), as these occur in both
industrial and service organizations, leading to both creation of societal value and scientific value. In
this capacity, it aims at being the top international research school in Europe, offering a PhD
program in Operations Management and leading edge sponsored PhD research to industry and
governmental institutions.
By incorporating 'practical relevance' into the mission Beta wants to express explicitly that its research
is inspired by operational processes as they occur in real-life and eventually research outcomes should
contribute to performance improvement of real-life operational processes. Beta research should
eventually contribute to a sustainable economic growth. We find many examples of such contributions
in such diverse application areas as governmental services, telecommunication, transportation and
manufacturing. This is recognized by research sponsors. There has been a substantial increase in 3rd
tier funding and many PhD's spend part of their time in industry.
Beta's research aims at the analysis, design, and control of operational processes to optimize their
performance in terms of costs, quality and time. Beta's research goals are achieved by:
• The development of a comprehensive and consistent set of models and systems to analyze, design,
set up and control operational processes.
• The development of relevant knowledge in each of the constituent disciplines, i.e. knowledge
relevant to the analysis, design, and control of operational processes.
• The development of a common framework, including a common terminology for identifying and
characterizing operational processes to foster mutual exchange of research results between the
various disciplines that study operational processes.
• The use of an integrative and multidisciplinary approach to complex operational process problems,
by systematically combining knowledge from the constituent disciplines, including both technical
and technological as well as social sciences.
These activities enforce each other and enable the creation of a unique platform for researchers to
study and discuss the analysis, design and control of operational processes, both amongst themselves
and with researchers from other universities or research institutes (national and international) as well
as with representatives from industry and from national and international public bodies.
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As a research school according to Dutch legislation the primary objective of Beta is the education of
PhD students. In order to educate PhD students to internationally recognized junior researchers in the
field of operations management, the education program is derived from the research program of Beta.
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PhD education and supervisory activities
General
Beta offers its PhD students an education program that enables them to become qualified researchers
in Operations Management, either at academic institutes or at business research institutes.
Beta's educational goals are achieved by:
• The organization and co-ordination of a well-structured and challenging PhD education program.
• The intensive coaching of the PhD student by fellows and members of Beta.
• On-the-job learning of scientific skills, such as refereeing papers and presentations.
The PhD training program consists of a course part, which gives the PhD student state-of-the-art
knowledge about his/her research field, and of a research part, that is carried out independently by the
PhD student, under the guidance of a supervisor. The PhD student reports his/her findings in a PhD
thesis.
An extensive description of the training program can be found in the Self-assessment report – Beta
Research School for Operations Management and Logistics 2003-2008.
Activities
In 2009 no major changes in the Beta course curriculum have been carried out. The Beta course
'Research Perspectives on Operational Processes' was slightly revised as a result of the course
evaluation 2008.
In 2009 the Beta Executive Board accepted 18 training and supervision plans. Ten PhD’s met the
requirements of the Beta Education Certificate and received their Beta Education Certificate.
Courses
Beta organized the following courses in 2009:
• Research Perspectives on Operational Processes (February – May).
• Capita Selecta on Metaheuristics (6-8 October)
• Inventory Management (November 2009 – January 2010)
During 2009 a few other PhD courses have been developed. These courses will be offered as of 2010.
PhD students of Beta also followed courses organized by other research schools (mostly of the
research discipline of the PhD student) or by the Dutch Network on the Mathematics of Operations
Research (Landelijk Netwerk Mathematische Besliskunde).
PhD presentations
Till 2007 Beta organized the Beta PhD symposium biannually. Since 2008 the Beta PhD symposium is
integrated in the annual Beta Conference. During the 2009 Beta conference 16 PhD students presented
their research. Each Beta PhD student presented his/her research in their third year during the Beta
PhD symposium. Each presentation was concluded by an in-depth discussion started by two
discussants, a Beta member and a PhD student from other research groups than the speakers'.
Beta PhD council (BPC)
Beta has a Beta PhD Council (BPC), which is adequately informed about Beta PhD student issues and
informs the Beta Executive Board about issues or problems related to PhD students. In 2009, the BPC
organized several social events for the Beta PhD students.
After the End-years-event Kurtulus Öner, Ronny Mans, Marieke van den Tooren and Ellen Spoor
decided to stop with the BPC. They were happy to welcome two new members, Derya Sever and
Heidi Romero.
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Beta's research field
Beta's research is organized in such a way that two main research objectives may be achieved:
coherence and quality. On the one hand the focus on analysis, design and control of operational
processes requires a multidisciplinary research approach. On the other hand each researcher at Beta
aims to meet the (international) quality standards in his/her research discipline. To this end, the Beta
research program is lined up with the disciplinary and organizational structure of the constituent subdepartments from TU/e and UT. Within the research programs there is intense collaboration between
the associated researchers and program development is led by the program head(s). The following six
research programs are defined for 2009-2014:
Research program 2009-2014
Production, Maintenance, Materials Coordination &
Transportation (PMMT)
Human Performance Management (HPM)
Business Information Systems (BIS)
Quantitative Models for Analysis of Operational Processes
(QMAOP)
New Product Development Processes (NPDP)
Operations Management in Healthcare (HC)
Program management
De Kok, Van der Heijden
De Jonge
Grefen, Van Hillegersberg
Boxma, Boucherie,
Woeginger, Hurink
Langerak, Wouters
Grefen, Hans
For each program a description of the relevant research subjects, research highlights during 20032007, key publications, an overview of collaboration with other research institutes and industry, and
an outlook on planned research for the period 2009-2014 can be found in Chapter 3 of the Self
assessment report 2003-2008.
The coherence within and between the various research programs will be strengthened by two recent
developments. Since 2006, the UT researchers involved in Beta receive extra incentives for
collaboration via the Strategic Research Orientation (SRO) Industrial Engineering and ICT (IE&ICT)
within UT-CTIT. Since 2007, the TU/e researchers involved in Beta receive extra collaboration
incentives via the research cluster Logistics, Operations and Information Systems (LOIS). Notice, that
currently, there is already a strong collaboration between UT and TU/e researchers (see also Appendix
11 of the Self assessment report 2003-2008). Extensions of this collaboration are expected via the
many existing ties between researchers and new joint applications at national and international
innovation funds.
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Scientific events
Fourth Beta Conference 'Societal Challenges for Operations Management’
The fourth Beta conference took place on 30 September and 1 October, 2009. Keynote lectures were
given by Erik Demeulemeester (Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium), Serge Hoogendoorn (Delft
University of Technology), Arnd Huchzermeier (WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management) and
Leo Kroon (Erasmus University Rotterdam and Netherlands Railways). Three senior staff members of
Beta gave plenary presentations about 'Societal Challenges for Operations Management': Erwin Hans
(UT), Ed Nijssen (TU/e) and Henk Zijm (UT). Also 16 PhD students presented their research.
The aim of the Beta conference is to provide a platform where the multiple scientific disciplines active
in Operations Management can meet.
Key note speakers
• Erik Demeulemeester: The operating room department: engine of the hospital
• Serge Hoogendoorn: Traffic modelling and management for exceptional events
• Arnd Huchzermeier: Information updating in new product development: The option to improve
and to update information
• Leo Kroon: Models for railway planning and operations
Beta senior staff speakers
• Erwin Hans: Operations management in healthcare: we've only just begun
• Ed Nijssen: New product development research within Beta: Some examples
• Henk Zijm: Societal challenges of operations management
Beta PhD students speakers
• Aravindan Balasubramanian: Predicting reliability of professional systems using neural networks
• John van den Broek: MIP-based approaches for complex planning problems
• Josine Bruin: A dynamic control strategy for multi-item production systems with lost sales
• Elco van Burg: How fairness perceptions affect new-venture development
• Murat Firat: Scheduling tasks with skill requirements: An LP-based combinatorial approach
• Ola Gabali: Travel time and CO2 emissions in time dependent VRP
• Maurits Houben: Decision support under uncertainty for reliability management using bayesian
methods
• Kostas Kevrekidis: Enhancing product availability with the use of remote monitoring techniques
• Mirjam Kibbeling: Market orientation and innovativeness in supply chains: supplier’s impact on
customer satisfaction
• Yvonne Kirkels: Brokerage in a SME network
• Leendert Kok: Restricted dynamic programming: a flexible framework for solving realistic VRP’s
• Merijn Linthorst: Bundling and splitting decisions in purchasing
• Ronny Mans: Schedule-aware workflow management systems
• Denis Miretskiy: An efficient multilevel splitting scheme
• Kurtulus Öner: Reliability optimization in the design phase of capital goods
• Marieke van den Tooren: Resources at work
During the conference, the Beta PhD award was presented to the writer of the best Beta PhD thesis in
2008: dr.ir. Albert Douma
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Workshops / Courses / Seminars
Workshop ‘Polling Systems’, Eindhoven University of Technology, 27 March, 2009
The goal of this workshop was to present some recent research efforts on polling models and their
applications. The full-day programme consisted of two keynote speeches by Uri Yechiali (Tel Aviv
University) and Rob van der Mei (VU, CWI), and six talks of Beta PhD students.
Workshop ‘Stochastic models for warehousing systems’, Eindhoven University of Technology,
29-30 October, 2009
Warehousing has received a growing interest among academics in the last decades. This interest has
been strongly stimulated by the rise of complex systems such as automated storage and retrieval
systems, sorters, and automated guided vehicles, requiring complex design and operating policy
decisions.
Recently, interest has arisen for problems in warehouse lay outing, order scheduling and batching,
product storage allocation and worker routing, worker congestion, and worker modelling in general, in
different warehousing systems and environments. Several models have proven their value in practical
operations and decision making. The objective of this workshop was to give an overview of recent
research in warehousing with an emphasis on stochastic modelling.
SIKS/LOIS/Beta Course on Process Mining and Data Mining (PMDM), Eindhoven University of
Technology, 26-27 October, 2009.
The SIKS/LOIS/Beta Course on Process Mining and Data Mining (PMDM) took place on 26-27
October on the campus of the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). This course was intended
for people who want to learn more about process and data mining and the interplay between both.
On the first day the primary focus was on data mining. Data mining is a thriving research discipline
aimed at developing automatic tools for extracting information from huge data collections. The need
for data mining emerged due to newly developed technologies for gathering and storing data. Whereas
only few decades ago, shop owners kept track of sales manually, nowadays supermarkets scan and
record every single purchase, collecting huge databases. As most of the existing analysis techniques
did not scale up to these unprecedented amounts of data, the need for new computational analysis
techniques arose and data mining emerged as a discipline.
During the first day of this course, an overview of the most popular data mining techniques was
provided, including: clustering, classification, and pattern mining. For all data mining tasks, special
attention will be paid to the following aspects: “Which problems do they solve”, “What are the major
computational issues and how are they addressed algorithmically?” and “What are the strengths and
limitations of the different techniques?”
The second day was devoted to process mining. Process mining addresses the problem that most
people have very limited information about what is actually happening in their organization. In
practice, there is often a significant gap between what is prescribed or supposed to happen, and what
actually happens. Only a concise assessment of the organizational reality, which process mining
strives to deliver, can help in verifying process models, and ultimately be used in a process redesign
effort or BPMS implementation.
During the second day an overview was given of contemporary process mining techniques. After
explaining the basic ideas and introducing three types of process mining (process discovery,
conformance checking, and model extension), three approaches were presented in more detail. First,
the so-called Alpha algorithm is explained. This is a simple algorithm that is able to discover all kinds
of control-flow structures, but that cannot deal with noise and infrequent behavior. After introducing
the basics, a heuristics driven process discovery was presented (Heuristics Miner). Finally, the
attention shifted from discovery to conformance checking and performance measurements. It was
shown that event logs can be replayed on models to assess their quality and to enrich them. All process
mining approaches were illustrated by applying the process mining tool ProM to concrete event logs.
There were also hands-on exercises.
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Beta – LOIS lectures
1. Lecture by prof. Sean Meyn (Chicago, Urbana Champaign) titled "Dynamics of Prices in Electric
Power Networks", Eindhoven University of Technology, 12 January, 2009
Discussant: Prof. Wil Kling (TU/e, Department of Electrical Engineering)
The failure of deregulation in California is typically framed as the result of manipulation by ENRON,
combined with high demand and scarce supply due to hot weather. Although it is likely that these
factors were important, many questions remain. In particular, neither drought nor market manipulation
are surprising to anyone living in California. Why didn't economists predict market failure?
High prices and price volatility are not unique to California. During the brief period of deregulation of
electricity in Illinois in 1998, energy prices hit spikes of $6,000 per megawatt hour, about 100 times
the prices seen before deregulation. Even today, prices at the Amsterdam Power Exchange in Europe
show tremendous volatility. Market designs and analyses are typically based on very simple static
models that ignore some very important aspects of the problem. In particular, prices rise when
capacity becomes low relative to demand. This leaves little incentive for generators to increase
capacity.
The goal of this research is to explain price volatility by examining a dynamic model of power
distribution. A dynamic flow model constructed for a single-consumer model in analogy with a
standard stochastic queueing model. Surprisingly, in the absence of transmission constraints, it is
shown that there is a unique equilibrium that is efficient in the economic sense. However, in this
equilibrium power prices show extreme volatility, and high average prices for power, just as seen in
California in 2001.
2. Lecture by prof. Linda Green (Columbia Business School) titled "Using Operations Research to
Reduce Delays for Healthcare", Eindhoven University of Technology, 24 June, 2009
Discussant: Prof.dr. Erik Korsten (TU/e, Department of Electrical Engineering)
"Timeliness" has been identified as a key dimension of healthcare quality. Yet patient delays remain
prevalent throughout healthcare systems resulting in dissatisfaction, adverse clinical consequences and
often, higher costs. This talk will describe several examples of OR models that have been developed to
help healthcare administrators manage healthcare resources more cost-effectively and reduce patient
delays for care. Applications will include physician staffing in emergency rooms, inpatient nurse
staffing, and patient demand management in outpatient practices.
3. Lecture by prof. Carlos Daganzo (University of California (Berkeley) titled "Adaptive Control of
Urban Transportation Systems", Eindhoven University of Technology, 17 September, 2009
Discussant: Prof.dr. Ton de Kok (TU/e, Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences)
This seminar discussed two recent advances in urban transportation system management using
advanced technologies: (i) self-synchronizing public transportation routes, and (ii) adaptive congestion
management schemes at the urban-scale through pricing and other forms of flow control.
Twente Symposium on Industrial Engineering, University of Twente, 27 November, 2009
The Industrial Engineering programme (research and education) of the University of Twente
organized its first symposium on theory and applications in Industrial Engineering on 27 November,
2009. The programme was organized around the four key areas of the Industrial Engineering
programme: manufacturing & logistics, healthcare, financial engineering and traffic & mobility. The
programme contained keynote speeches by experts from academia and industry as well as contributed
presentations from researchers of the University of Twente.
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Meetings organized by the European Supply Chain Forum
The European Supply Chain Forum, established by the Beta Research School for Operations
Management and Logistics, offers an excellent opportunity to share problems and solutions in the
fields of supply chain management and design. Members are able to share their thoughts with other
European-based, globally operating companies.
Through its alliance with the Stanford Forum on Global Supply Chain Management in the USA and
the Asian-Pacific Forum on Global Supply Management at Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology (HKUST), the European Supply Chain Forum is the access to contacts with leading global
players in various industrial sectors. The aim is to have a wide range of industry sectors as members of
the Forum.
The European Supply Chain Forum advances the theory and practice of excellence in global supply
chain management. It aims to identify, document, research, develop, and disseminate best practices. In
relation to this, it aims to identify areas, topics and subjects that need further research as well as the
development of education and training programs on global supply chain management.
The objectives of the European Supply Chain Forum are concurrent with the objectives of the Stanford
Forum on Global Supply Chain Management, of which the European Supply Chain Forum is an
alliance partner. In addition to the Stanford Forum, specific attention will be given to European issues
on global supply chain management with emphasis on Management of Complexity.
The Forum will provide the opportunity to managers of companies operating in a supply chain to
exchange views and ideas on the managerial aspects of individual companies in the chain as well as
the performance of the total chain.
Meetings 2009
11 February
16 February
1 & 2 April
9 September
11 December
Workshop: Supply Chain Collaboration
Organiser: Tarkan Tan
Strategic session: Increasing Energy Prices and Their Effect on
Supply Chains
Organiser: Geert-Jan van Houtum
Annual Forum Meeting: Crisis? What Crisis? Creating robust
Supply Chains
Organiser: Ton de Kok / Wim Vrijland
Workshop: Chains with LOW CO2-Emission
Organiser: Jan Fransoo
Workshop: Integrated Marketing & SC-Strategies
Organiser: Tom van Woensel
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Colloquia
The colloquia are the scientific platform where researchers can meet and get to know each other's
work, and gain new inspiration and ideas for work. Within Beta special colloquia are organized for
foreign researchers who visit Beta, besides colloquia by Beta staff members and PhD students.
In 2009 the following Beta colloquia were give by vitisting researchers:
Date
27-01-2009
Speaker
Ursula-Anna Schmidt,
Saarland University
09-02-2009
Serguei Netessine, University
of Pennsylvania
20-03-2009
Rüdiger Schultz, Department
of Mathematics, University of
Duisburg-Essen
Manuel Meyer, University of
Bremen
01-09-2009
26-11-2009
Refik Gullu, Bogazici
University
26-11-2009
Alan Scheller-Wolf, Carnegie
Mellon University
Title
Clinical Pathways and appointment
planning in hospitals - A simulation
case study in a radiology department
Is Reliability a Curse? Outsourcing
Restoration Services for Infrequent,
High-Impact Equipment Failures.
Two-Stage Mixed-Integer Linear
Programming Under Stochastic
Uncertainty
Distributed decision making framework
for combined vehicle routing and break
scheduling
Optimal Inventory Policies with Nonstationary Supply Disruptions and
Advance Supply Information
Design and Analysis of Diagnostic
Service Centers
Location
UT
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
Prizes
Beta PhD Award 2009
Until 2009 Beta granted the Beta PhD Award during the biennial Beta conference to the
young researcher who wrote the best Beta PhD thesis in the field op Operations Management
over the preceding two years. As from 2009 the Beta Conference is organized yearly and the
Beta Executive Board decided to grant the Beta PhD Award also yearly.
The Beta PhD Award 2009 is granted to the PhD who defended the best Beta PhD thesis
during the calendar year 2008. The award was presented during the Beta Conference that
took place on 30 September and 1 October at the conference centre Drienerburght on the UT
campus.
Selection criteria for the best Beta PhD thesis are:
• Scientific quality
• (Scientific) originality
• Quality of presentation
• Scientific relevance
• Potential for utilization and societal relevance
• Multidisciplinarity
The Beta Board invited all first supervisors to nominate at most 1 PhD who defended his/her Beta
thesis in 2008 under his/her supervision, for the Beta PhD Award 2009. Nominations accompanied by
a letter of recommandation were assessed and ranked by the Beta Board.
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The Beta PhD Award 2009 is presented to dr.ir. Albert Douma, who did his PhD research at the
School of Management and Governance of the University of Twente. Albert Douma successfully
defended his dissertation Aligning the operations of barges and terminals through distributed planning
on 9 December, 2008. The work was supervised by prof. dr. ir. J.H.A. de Smit and dr. P.C. Schuur.
Albert’s thesis deals with the barge handling problem, which concerns the alignment of barge and
terminal operations in a port. Since centralized planning is not acceptable for the parties involved,
Albert explored the possibilities of distributed planning. He developed a Multi-Agent System (MAS)
consisting of barge operator agents and terminal operator agents. In particular, he designed a
sophisticated interaction protocol based on service-time profiles, which enables barge and terminal
operators to substantially improve their planning.
To evaluate the performance of his MAS, Albert conducted an extensive series of simulation studies.
In addition he compared the performance with an off-line benchmark resembling central coordination.
The results turned out to be very promising: the MAS allows for a real-time alignment of barge and
terminal operations such that the overall system performance is well within the range of the central
planning performance.
Nice as these results may be, there is a burning question: how will practitioners react? To find answers
to this question, Albert built a management game. In this multi-player game, players act as barge
operator agents. The game lets the players experience the dynamics of the problem and the complexity
of aligning activities between multiple self-interested parties. Albert organized several workshops with
barge and terminal operators from the Port of Rotterdam. The results were beyond expectation.
Practitioners really feel that the approach developed may support them in solving the complex
planning problems they daily encounter. As a follow-up of his research Albert is now involved in a
preliminary study together with the Port of Rotterdam to see how the MAS he designed can be
implemented in practice.
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Human resources
General
As of 2005 Beta distinguishes three categories of researchers participating within the research school.
1. PhD students
2. Members
3. Fellows
PhD students are required to have completed a Master's degree and are appointed for a maximum of
four years on the basis of a research proposal that has been approved by Beta.
Members of Beta have to meet the following criteria:
• He/she must be employed by one of the participating departments.
• He/she must be active and experienced, as appears from a doctoral degree and at least two
publications in refereed international scientific journals (mentioned on the so called ISI journal
list) in the past three years.
Fellows are the honorary members of Beta and will promote on the one hand high quality research
within the scope of Beta and on the other Beta as a research school and research community at
international research events and in their contacts with society, thereby contributing to an excellent
research climate at the constituting institutions of Beta.
Fellows of Beta must meet the following criteria:
• Fellows are internationally renowned researchers, as follows from their track record of
publications in international journals, memberships of editorial boards of international journals
and memberships of program and organization committees of international conferences.
• Fellows have a long track record of service to Beta, i.e. they have made key contributions to Beta
for a considerable period.
Prof.dr. Jaap Wessels
On 30 July, 2009 Beta Fellow Jaap Wessels has passed away. Jaap was already ill for quite a while
and was bearing his illness in an extremely courageous way. He became 70 years old.
Jaap was full professor of Stochastic Operations Research at the Department of Mathematics and
Computer Science of TU/e from 1973 till 2000. He joined TU/e in 1963; in 1968 he defended his
PhD thesis on a topic in Markov decision processes, with prof. Benders as his thesis advisor. Via his
research, and his guidance of a large number of PhD students, he has made a major contribution to
giving Eindhoven a strong position in Stochastic OR.
Since the late eighties, Jaap was a passionate supporter of further collaboration between the Schools
of Mathematics and Industrial Engineering. Together with Will Bertrand, he started the Beta
Research School, where researchers from both schools at both TU/e and UT joined their efforts. In
parallel, they started the postgraduate program ‘Logistics Management Systems’. Later on, Jaap was
also one of the founding fathers of EURANDOM. Due to the efforts of Jaap and these institutions, the
field of Operations Management (in the broad sense) has succeeded to establish itself as an important
research field within both TU/e and UT at a national level.
Being a Beta fellow, Jaap will be honored forever for his contributions to Beta and the field of
Operations Management. And, in fact, his contributions will continue via his academic offspring.
Many of Jaap’s PhD students continued their career in the academic world and carry Jaap’s genes for
academic research.
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The following researchers were appointed as Beta member in 2009:
Dr. M. Comuzzi
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr. E. Demerouti
TU/e-IE&IS
Dr.ir. A.M. Douma
CTIT
Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters
TU/e-IE&IS
Dr. A.M.H. Elwany
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr.ir. U. Kaymak
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr. P.W. de Langen
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr. R.J. Mahieu
TU/e-IE&IS
Dr.ir. M.R.K. Mes
CTIT
Dr. K.S. Podoynitsyna
TU/e-IE&IS
Dr.ir. F. Schotanus
CTIT
Dr. S. Rispens
TU/e-IE&IS
The members dr. J.D. van der Bij (TU/e-IE&IS), dr. M.H. Jansen-Vullers (TU/e-IE&IS), dr. G.P.
Kiesmüller (TU/e-IE&IS), dr. T.W. van der Schaaf (TU/e-IE&IS), dr.ir. R. Sitters (TU/e-MCS), dr.
M.S. Song (TU/e-IE&IS), dr. H.F.J.M. van Tuijl (TU/e-IE&IS) and dr.ir. J.M.H. Vissers (TU/eIE&IS) left Beta in 2009.
In 2009 16 PhD students started a PhD project within Beta:
Name PhD student
K. Eling MSc
F. v.d. Heuvel MSc
Ir. S. Haasbroek
E. Lüftenegger MSc
S. Holloway MSc
D. Tas MSc
F. Karsten MSc
Ir. J.T. van Essen
D. Sever MSc
K. Sharypova MSc
Ir. J.J. Arts
Ir. L. Smets
H. Romero MSc
H. Bossers MSc
Project title
Consequences and Antecedents of
Fuzzy Front End Cycle Time
Reduction
Synergy effects of spatial
clustering in logistics
Social capital in online
communities
Contract-Based Process
Outsourcing in the Financial
Industry
Human and Social Sustainability
in Work Organizations
Reliability in Vehicle Routing
Problem
Game Theory and Operations
Management
Planning in Health Care
Real Time Vehicle Routing
Problems
Optimization of Container Supply
Chains
Maintenance of rolling stock
Organizing for Collaborative New
Product Development
Harmonization of processes for
Procurement and Sourcing
Realtime scheduling and
control in chip testing
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(Co-)supervisors
Prof.dr. F. Langerak
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr. P.W. de Langen
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr. E.J. Nijssen
Dr. J.J.L. Schepers
Prof.dr.ir P.W.P.J. Grefen,
Dr. S. Angelov
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr. E. Demerouti
Dr. F.M. van Eijnatten
Prof.dr. A.G. de Kok
Dr. T. van Woensel
Dr.ir. N.P. Dellaert
Prof.dr.ir. G.J. van Houtum
dr. M. Slikker
Prof.dr. J.L. Hurink
Prof.dr. A.G. de Kok
Dr. T. van Woensel
Dr.ir. N.P. Dellaert
Prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo
TU/e-IE&IS
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr.ir. G.J. van Houtum
Prof.dr. F. Langerak
TU/e-IE&IS
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr.ir. P.W.P.J. Grefen
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr. J.L. Hurink
CTIT
TU/e-IE&IS
TU/e-IE&IS
TU/e-IE&IS
CTIT
TU/e-IE&IS
G. v.d. Heijden MSc
S. Haneyah MSc
Managing the performance of
outsourced frontline employees
through organizational
identification
Material Handling Systems
Planning and Control
Prof.dr. E.J. Nijssen
Dr. J.J.L. Schepers
TU/e-IE&IS
Prof.dr. W.H.M. Zijm
Dr. P.C. Schuur
Dr.ir. J.M.J. Schutten
CTIT
14 PhD students left Beta in 2009. 11 PhD students obtained their doctoral degree:
PhD student
J.J.J. van den Broek
N. Ganesh
F. Gottschalk
C.W. Günther
R. de Haan
D. Miretskiy
N.A. Mulyar
J.J. Paulus
I.T.P. Vanderfeesten
I.M.H. Vliegen
Y. Volkovich
Date defense
10-12-2009
16-12-2009
3-12-2009
22-09-2009
4-6-2001
12-11-2009
16-6-2009
22-1-2009
3-2-2009
25-11-2009
24-4-2009
Institute
TU/e-MCS
TU/e-IE&IS
TU/e-IE&IS
TU/e-IE&IS
CTIT
CTIT
TU/e-IE&IS
CTIT
TU/e-IE&IS
TU/e-IE&IS
CTIT
S. Haasbroek (TU/e-IE&IS) left Beta and will not continue her doctoral studies. W. Qi (TU/e-IE&IS)
and J. Gifun (TU/e-IE&IS) will continue their PhD research project outside Beta.
Beta Researchers (31 December 2009)
Fellows
Prof.dr.ir. J.W.M. Bertrand
Prof.dr. A. van Harten †
Prof.dr. J. Wessels †
TU/e
UT
TU/e
Prof.dr. A.G. de Kok
Prof.dr. J.K. Lenstra
Prof.dr. W.H.M. Zijm
TU/e
TU/e
UT
Members
Prof.dr.ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst
Dr.ir. I.J.B.F. Adan
Dr.ir. S.A. Angelov
Dr.ir. J.J. Berends
Dr. T. Bipp
Prof.dr.ir. S.C. Borst
Prof.dr. R.J. Boucherie
Prof.dr.ir. O.J. Boxma
Dr.ir. R.A.C.M. Broekmeulen
Dr. M.M.A.H. Cloodt
Dr. M. Comuzzi
Dr.ir. N.P. Dellaert
Dr. A. Di Bucchianico
Prof.dr. E. Demerouti
Dr.ir. R.M. Dijkman
Dr. K.H. van Donselaar
Dr.ir. A.M. Douma
Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters
Dr. F.M. van Eijnatten
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
Dr. A.M.H. Elwany
Dr.ir. H. Eshuis
Ir.dr. S.D.P. Flapper
Prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo
Prof.dr.ir. M.J.I.M. van Genuchten
Dr. J.M.P. Gevers
Dr. P.M.E. van Gorp
Prof.dr.ir. P.W.P.J. Grefen
Dr.ir. E.W. Hans
Dr. M.C. van der Heijden
Prof.dr. J. van Hillegersberg
Dr. R.W. van der Hofstad
Prof.dr.ir. G.J.J.A.N. van Houtum
Dr. J.L. Hurink
Dr.ir. C.A.J. Hurkens
Dr. A. de Jong
Prof.dr. J. de Jonge
Prof.dr.ir. U. Kaymak
Dr. J.A. Keizer
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
UT
UT
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
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Dr.ir. P.A.M. Kleingeld
Prof.dr. R.J. Kusters
Dr.ir. A.J.D. Lambert
Prof.dr. P.W. de Langen
Prof.dr. F. Langerak
Dr. J.S.H. van Leeuwaarden
Dr. N. Litvak
Prof.dr. R.J. Mahieu
Dr.ir. M.R.K. Mes
Prof.dr. M. Newby
Prof.dr. E.J. Nijssen
Dr. J.C.W. van Ommeren
Dr.ir. H.P.G. van Ooijen
Dr. K.S. Podoynitsyna
Prof.dr.ir. J.A. La Poutré
Dr.ir. H.A. Reijers
Dr.ir. I.M.M.J. Reymen
Dr. J.A.C. Resing
Dr. S. Rispens
Prof.dr. A.G.L. Romme
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
Dr.ir. W.R.W. Scheinhardt
Dr. J.J.L. Schepers
Dr.ir. F. Schotanus
Dr.ir. J.M.J. Schutten
Dr. M. Slikker
Dr. T. Tan
Prof.dr. J. Telgen*
Dr.ir. J.J.M. Trienekens
Dr.ir. W. van der Valk
Dr. M. Vlasiou
Dr. J.B. Vink-Timmer
Prof.dr.ir. J. van der Wal
Prof.dr. A.J. van Weele
Prof.dr.ir. M.C.D.P. Weggeman
Dr. A.J.M.M. Weijters
Dr. A.B.J.M. Wijnhoven
Prof.dr.ing. G. Woeginger
Dr. T. van Woensel
Dr.ing. J.P.M. Wouters
Prof.dr.ir. M.J.F. Wouters
UT
TU/e
UT
UT
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
PhD Students
E.M. Alvares MSc
Ir. J.J. Arts
A. Balasubramanian MSc
Ir. R.J.I. Basten
J.J.P.H. Bierbooms MSc
H. Bossers MSc
Ir. Y. Boulaksil
Drs. J. Bruin
N.Ç. Büyükkaramikli MSc
S.F. Chong MSc
Ir. T.J.M. Coenen
A. Curseu MSc
S. Dabia MSc
Ir. B.A. Driedonks
K. Eling MSc
A.I. Endrayanto MSc
Ir. J.T. van Essen
M. Firat MSc
O. Gabali MSc
Ir. M.M.P. Habraken
S. Haneyah MSc
F. v.d. Heuvel MSc
G. v.d. Heijden MSc
S. Holloway MSc
K.M.R. Hoen MSc
Ir. M.J.H.A. Houben
Ir. P.J.H. Hulshof
A.K. Hutzschenreuter MSc
Ir. M.M. Jansen
A.G. Karaarslan MSc
F. Karsten MSc
UT
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
K. Kevrekidis MSc
Ir. A.L. Kok
Drs. N. Kortbeek
Ir. M. Linthorst
E. Lüftenegger MSc
Ir. J. Luyk
Ir. R.S. Mans
Ir. M. Netjes
K. Öner MSc
Ir. I.C. Reijnen
J.T.S. Ribeiro MSc
H. Romero MSc
A. Rozinat MSc
Ir. J. Samalikova
R. Seguel Pérez MSc
D. Sever MSc
K. Sharypova MSc
Ir. L. Smets
E.M.B. Spoor MSc
D. Tas MSc
Drs. M. van den Tooren
P.T. Vanberkel PEng MSc
Ir. P.M. van de Ven
Ir. B. Vermeulen
Ir. B. Walrave
Q. Wang MSc
T. Wang MSc
A.C.C. van Wijk MSc
Z. Yan MSc
M.E. Zonderland MSc
TU/e
UT
UT
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
TU/e
UT
* = Beta advisor
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Staff exchange
The following people spent some time in a foreign scientific institute in 2009:
Name Beta researcher
Ingrid Reijnen
Tarkan Tan
Jan Fransoo
Leendert Kok
Martijn Mes
Nelly Litvak
Yana Volkovich
Werner Scheinhardt
Nelly Litvak
Marieke van den Tooren
Maartje Zonderland
Jan Fransoo
Jacques Resing
Youssef Boulaksil
Simme Douwe Flapper
Kurtulus Öner
Marieke van den Tooren
Nikky Kortbeek
Hajo Reijers
Olla Gabali
Jan Fransoo
Simme Douwe Flapper
Maria Vlasiou
Jan Fransoo
Denis Miretskiy
Jan Fransoo
Jan de Jonge
Jan Fransoo
Nelly Litvak
Judith Timmer
Nelly Litvak
Nikky Kortbeek
Maartje Zonderland
Remco Dijkman
Foreign scientific institute
period
- Lund University, Sweden
15.11.08 – 11.02.09
- Lund University, Sweden
15.01 – 19.01.09
- State University – Higher School of Economics,
Moscow, Russia
21.01.09
- University of Bremen, Germany
19.01 – 21.03.09
- Princeton University, USA
01.02 – 01.08.09
- Second ACM International Conference on
Web Search and Data Mining (WSDM’09)
Barcelona, Spain
05.02 – 09.02.09
- WSDM 20-09 / WAW 2009 Barcelona,
Spain
08.02 – 25.02.09
- The 6th Workshop on Algorithms and Models
for the Web Graph (WAW2009) Barcelona,
Spain
11.02 – 16.02.09
- Complex 2009 congres Shanghai, China
21.02 – 25.02.09
- Loughborough University, UK
25.02 – 27.02.09
- German OR Society Congres Bonn,
Germany
26.02 – 27.02.09
- University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
02.03 – 06.03.09
- University of Athens, Greece
04.03 – 11.03.09
- DTU, Kopenhagen, Danmark
08.03 – 06.05.09
- INP, Grenoble, France
09.03 – 13.03.09
- Carnegie Mellon, Pittsburg, USA
15.03 – 30.06.09
- Universiteit Gent, Belgium
20.03-2009
- 6th Quantitative Modelling in the Management
of Healthcare London, UK
29.03 – 31.03.09
- MIT, Cambridge, USA
01.04 – 30.06.09
- CIRRELT, Montreal, Canada
04.04 – 05.07.09
- Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
13.04 – 17.04.09
- Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
14.04 – 17.04.09
- University of Wroklaw, Poland
08.05 – 29.05.09
- Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal
29.05.09
- 6th St. Petersburg Workshop on Simulation,
St. Petersburg, Russia
27.06 – 05.07.09
- Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey
30.06.09
- Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey
30.06.09
- Tokyo University, West-Japan
29.06 – 12.07.09
- Kita-Kyushu Occupational Health Training
Center, East-Japan
05.07 – 08.07.09
- Middle East Technical University, Ankara
Turkey
01.07.09
- Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey
02.07.09
- EURO Conference Bonn, Germany
04.07 – 07.07.09
- EURO Conference, Bonn, Germany
04.07 – 07.07.09
- INFORMS congres Itaca, USA
10.07 – 17.07.09
- ORAHS 2009, Leuven, Belgium
12.07 – 19.07.09
- ORAHS 2009, Leuven, Belgium
12.07 – 19.07.09
- Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany
27.07 – 31.07.09
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Yana Volkovich
Hans Berends
Denis Miretskiy
Jan Fransoo
Nikky Korbeek
Maartje Zonderland
Mariska Netjes
Johann Hurink
Nico Dellaert
Hajo Reijers
Jan de Jonge
Jan Fransoo
Erwin Hans
- Research St. Petersburg, Russia
- College of William and Mary, Mason
School of Business, Williamsburg, USA
- ITC-21 congres Paris, France
- Danish Technical University, Kopenhagen,
Denmark
- INFORMS congres San Diego, USA
- INFORMS congres San Diego, USA
- Queensland University of Technology,
Brisbane, Australia
- Cass Business School, City University,
London, UK
- Cukurova University, Turkey
- Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany
- Johannes Gutenberg, Universität Mainz,
Germany
- Norwegian School of Management BI,
Oslo, Norway
- Lund University, Sweden
- Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
21.07 – 28.07.09
03.08 – 28.08.09
14.09 – 19.09.09
02.10 – 05.10.09
10.10 – 15.10.09
10.10 – 15.10.09
01.11 – 20.11.09
11.11 – 12.11.09
15.11 – 18.11.09
16.11 – 22.11.09
02.12 – 04.12.09
03.12 – 05.12.09
11.12 – 12.12.09
14.12 – 16.12.09
Beta researchers received the following guest researchers in 2009:
Name visitor
Alan Scheller-Wolf
Alex Grasas
Ursula Anna Schmidt
G. Boka
Z. Keleman
Sergui Netessine
J. Mendling
R. Rubinstein
M. Haviv
Mariann Jelinek
Anthony Di Benedetto
Tobia Schoenherr
K. Avrachenkov
Kamalini Ramdas
K. McCurley
Anthony Di Benedetto
A. ter Hofstede
D. Fiems
Mariann Jelinek
José Balcázar
Ana Bušić
Z. Zhang
From scientific institute
Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
University of Budapest, Hungary
University of Budapest, Hungary
The Wharton School / INSEAD
Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany
Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel
University of Jerusalem, Israel
Mason School of Business at the College of William
& Mary, Williamsburg, USA
Fox School of Business, Temple University,
Philadelphia, USA
Michigan State University, USA
INRIA, Sophia, France
London Business School, UK
Google, New York, USA
Fox School of Business, Temple University,
Philadelphia, USA
Queensland Univ. of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
University of Gent, Belgium
Mason School of Business at the College of William
& Mary, Williamsburg, USA
Universidad de Cantabria, Spain
Université Paris Diderot, France
China
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period
02.01.09 – 12.01.09
25.01.09 – 30.01.09
02.02.09 – 02.03.09
02.02.09 – 02.03.09
09.02.09
16.02.09 – 20.02.09
04.03.09
05.03.09
08.03.09 – 12.03.09
08.03.09 – 12.03.09
01.04.09 – 05.04.09
13.04.09 – 19.04.09
22.04.09 – 23.04.09
23.04.09 – 25.04.09
31.05.09 – 05.06.09
01.06.09 – 19.06.09
04.06.09
08.06.09 – 18.06.09
10.06.09 – 16.06.09
08.06.09 – 12.07.09
13.06.09 – 08.12.09
Name visitor
Ruth Carrasco-Gallego
G. Bouza
João Mendes Moreira
Offer Kella
C.M. Meyer
D. Paulusma
X. Li
Lei Zhao
Harold Tiemessen
Carlos Daganzo
Gideon Weiss
Hubert Missbauer
David Perry
El-Ghazali Talbi
Z. Yan
Oli B.G. Madsen
Osman Alp
R. Harren
Indre Zliobate
Walter Rei
Michel Gendreau
Martin Grunow
Bernardo d’Auria
Carlos Soares
Sebastian Ventura
Nesim Erkip
Yoav Kerner
Jordi Olivella-Nadal
K. Avrachenkov
D. Nemirovsky
M. la Rosa
Mari Kira
R. Harren
From scientific institute
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
University of Havana, Cuba
University of Porto, Portugal
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
University of Bremen, Germany
University of Durham, UK
Nankai University, Tianjin, China
Tsinghua University Beijing, China
IBM, Switzerland
UC Berkeley, California, USA
University of Haifa
University of Innsbruck, Austria
Haifa University, Israel
University of Lille – INRIA – CNRS, France
China
Technical University of Denmark, Dept.of Transport
Bilkent University, Turkey
University of Saarbrücken, Germany
Vilnius University, Lithuania
CIRRELT, Université du Québec à Montreal, Canada
CIRRELT, Université du Québec à Montreal, Canada
DTU, Kopenhagen, Denmark
Universidad Carlos III, Spain
University of Porto, Portugal
University of Cordoba, Spain
Bilkent University Ankara, Turkey
Technion -Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, Spain
INRIA, Sophia, France
INRIA, Sophia, France
Queensland Univ. of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
University of Saarbrücken, Germany
period
29.06.09
14.07.09 – 21.07.09
15.07.09 – 19.07.09
August 2009
24.08.09 – 04.09.09
31.08.09 – 09.09.09
31.08.09 – 09.09.09
01.09.09 – 10.09.09
14.09.09 – 09.10.09
16.09.09 – 18.09.09
16.09.09 – 15.10.09
24.09.09
Aug 09 – March 10
05.10.09 – 09.10-09
15.10.08 – 14.10.12
21.10.09 – 23.10.09
26.10.09 – 30.10.09
27.10.09 – 28.10.09
End Oct – Mid Nov
01.11.09 – 06.11.09
04.11.09 – 05.11.09
08.11.09 – 09.11.09
November 2009
November 2009
November 2009
26.11.09 – 29.11.09
13.11.09 – 04.12.09
27.11.09
27.11.09 – 02.12.09
30.11.09 – 04.12.09
30.11.09 – 18.12.09
07.12.09 – 11.12.09
16.12.09 – 17.12.09
Editorial positions of Beta researchers
Editor-in-chief positions
• Prof.dr.ir. S.C. Borst: Mathematical Methods of Operations Research
• Prof.dr.ir. O.J. Boxma: Queueing Systems
• Prof.dr. J. de Jonge: Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
Area editor positions / editorial board positions
• Prof.dr.ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst: Series Editor of ‘Lecture Notes in Business Information
Processing’ (LNBIP) by Springer
• Prof.dr.ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst: member of editorial board of Distributed and Parallel Databases
• Prof.dr.ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst: member of the editorial board of Business & Information
Systems Engineering: The International Journal of Wirtschaftsinformatik
• Prof.dr.ir. I.J.B.F. Adan: Asia-Pacific Journal of Operations Research
• Prof.dr.ir. J.W.M. Bertrand: International Journal of Production Research
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Prof.dr.ir. J.W.M. Bertrand: International Journal of Decision Sciences, Risk and Management
Prof.dr.ir. S.C. Borst: Operations Research Letters
Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters: Journal of Management Studies
Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters: Journal of Engineering and Technology Management
Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters: Journal on Chain and Network Sciences
Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters: South East Asian Management Journal
Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters: The International Journal of Knowledge Based Organizations
Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters: The International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and
Development
Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters: The Open Management Journal
Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters: Serbian Journal of Management
Prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo: Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal
Prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo: International Journal of Services and Operations Management
Prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo: Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management
Prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo: Production and Operations Management, senior editor empirical research
Prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo: International Commerce Review
Prof.dr.ir. M.J.I.M. van Genuchten: member editorial board IEEE Software
Prof.dr.ir. P.W.P.J. Grefen: Service Oriented Computing and Applications
Prof.dr. J. de Jonge: Gedrag & Organisatie, Dutch Journal “Behaviour and Organization”
Prof.dr.ir. U. Kaymak: Soft Computing, Area editor ‘Probabilistic Fuzzy Modelling’
Prof.dr. A.G. de Kok: Operations Research Letters
Prof.dr. F. Langerak: Journal of Product Innovation Management
Prof.dr. E. Nijssen: Industrial Marketing Management
Prof.dr.ir. J.A. La Poutré: ACM Transactions on Internet Technology (ACM TOIT)
Prof.dr.ir. J.A. La Poutré: Computational Management Science
Prof.dr.ir. J.A. La Poutré: Netnomics
Dr.ir. I.M.M.J. Reymen: International Journal of Organizational Design and Engineering
Dr. S. Rispens: International Journal of Conflict Management
Prof.dr. A.G.L. Romme: Organization Science
Prof.dr. A.G.L. Romme: Organization Studies
Prof.dr.ing. G. Woeginger: Discrete Optimization
Prof.dr.ing. G. Woeginger: Operations Research Letters
Prof.dr.ir. M.J.F. Wouters: European Accounting Review
Consulting editor
• Dr. T. Bipp: Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology
Guest editorships
• Dr.ir. S.D.P. Flapper: European Journal of Operational Research
• Dr.ir. S.D.P. Flapper: International Journal of Production Research
• Prof.dr. J. van Hillegersberg: Communications of the ACM May 2004, special issue on IT in
Financial Serivces
• Prof.dr.ir. U. Kaymak: Proceedings of the 2009 International Fuzzy Systems Association World
Congress and 2009 European Society for Fuzzy Logic and Technology Conference, Lisbon,
Portugal, July 2009
• Prof.dr.ir. U. Kaymak: Final Program and book of Abstracts of the 2009 International Fuzzy
Systems Association World Congress and 2009 European Society for Fuzzy Logic and
Technology Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, July 2009
• Prof.dr. E. Demerouti: South African Journal of Industrial Psychology
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Prof.dr.ir. G.J. van Houtum: Co-editor, special issue of International Journal of Production
Economics’
Prof.dr. J. de Jonge: Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology; series “Matchmaking and match breaking: Exploring the nature of match within and around job design”
Dr. T. van Woensel: Annals of Operations Research, Advances in the Analysis of Manufacturing
Systems
Associate editor positions
• Prof.dr.ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst: IEEE Transactions on Services Computing
• Prof.dr.ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst: IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics
• Prof.dr.ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst: International Journal of Business Process Integration and
Management
• Prof.dr.ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst: International Journal on Enterprise Modelling and Information
Systems Architectures
• Prof.dr.ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst: Computers in Industry
• Prof.dr.ir. W.M.P. van der Aalst: Transactions on Petri Nets and Other Models of Concurrency
(ToPNoC)
• Prof.dr.ir. I.J.B.F. Adan: Statistica Neerlandica
• Prof.dr.ir. I.J.B.F. Adan: Queueing Systems
• Prof.dr.ir. I.J.B.F. Adan: Mathematical Methods of Operations Research
• Prof.dr.ir. S.C. Borst: IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking
• Prof.dr.ir. S.C. Borst: Wireless Networks
• Prof.dr.ir. S.C. Borst: Performance Evaluation
• Prof.dr.E. Demerouti: Journal of Personnel Psychology
• Prof.dr. G.M. Duijsters: Journal on Chain and Network Sciences
• Dr.ir. H. Eshuis: Open Software Engineering Journal
• Prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo: Journal of Operations Management
• Prof.dr.ir. P.W.P.J. Grefen: International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems
• Prof.dr.ir. G.J. van Houtum: Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research
• Prof.dr.ir. G.J. van Houtum: Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal
• Prof.dr.ir. G.J. van Houtum: Mathematical Methods of Operations Research
• Prof.dr. J.L. Hurink: Operations Research Letters
• Dr.ir. C.A.J. Hurkens: Operations Research Letters
• Prof.dr. J. de Jonge: European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology
• Prof.dr.ir. U. Kaymak: Advances in Fuzzy Systems
• Prof.dr. A.G. de Kok: Journal of Management Mathematics
• Prof.dr. A.G. de Kok: OR Spectrum
• Dr.ir. H.A. Reijers: Journal of IT Case and Application Research
• Dr.ir. H.A. Reijers: Journal of Organizational Design and Engineering
• Dr. J.A.C. Resing: Performance Evaluation
• Dr. S. Rispens: Negotiation and Conflict Management Reseach
• Prof.dr.ing. G. Woeginger: INFORMS Journal on Computing
• Prof.dr.ing. G. Woeginger: Journal of Discrete Algorithms
• Prof.dr.ing. G. Woeginger: Journal of Scheduling
• Prof.dr.ing. G. Woeginger: Networks
• Prof.dr.ir. M.J.F. Wouters: British Journal of Management
• Prof.dr.ir. M.J.F. Wouters: Dutch Journal MAB
• Prof.dr. W.H.M. Zijm: Operations Research Spectrum
• Prof.dr. W.H.M. Zijm: Decision Making in Manufacturing and Services
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Advisory editor positions
• Prof.dr.ir. O.J. Boxma: Operations Research Letters
• Prof.dr.ir. O.J. Boxma: Queueing Systems
• Prof.dr.ir. J.C. Fransoo: OR Spectrum
• Prof.dr. J.L. Hurink: OR Spectrum
Membership organization committees of international scientific meetings
Wil van der Aalst:
• Member of the steering committee of the International Conference Series on Application and
Theory of Petri nets
• Member of the steering committee of the International Workshop Series on Web Services and
Formal Methods
Tanja Bipp:
• Member of program committee (reviewer) of international conference EAWOP Conference
• Member of program committee (reviewer) of international conference SIOP
Remco Dijkman:
• The International Conference on Enterprise Computing (EDOC) 2009
Geert Duijsters:
• Chief Organizer International Conference on Innovation and Management
Rik Eshuis:
• Co-organizer ‘Fourth Workshop on Agile Cooperative Process-Aware Information Systems
(ProGility)
• Program Committee Member ‘The 2009 International Symposium on Collaborative Technologies
and Systems (CTS 2009)
• Program Committee Member ‘4th Workshop on Emerging Web Services Technology
• Program Committee Member ‘1st International Workshop on Service Oriented Computing in
Logistics 2009’
• Program Committee Member ‘17th International Conference on Cooperative Information
Systems’
Jan Fransoo:
• Member Scientific Committee, EurOMA Conference, Göteborg, Sweden, 06-09
Pieter van Gorp:
• 7th International Fujaba days, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, November
16-17, 2009
• 5th International Workshop on Graph-Based Tools, Satellite workshop to TOOLS 2009, Zurich,
Switzerland, 29 June – 3 July 2009
Paul Grefen:
• Program Chair 7th European Conference on Web Services (ECOWS’09), Eindhoven, The
Netherlands, 2009
• Member Program Committee 8th International Conference on Grid and Cooperative Computing
(GCC2009), Lanzhou, China, 2009
• Member Program Committee 1st International Workshop on Service Oriented Computing in
Logistics (SOC-LOG’09, with ICSOC/ServiceWave 2009), Stockholm, Sweden, 2009
• Chairman sSCF/Industria Seminar on Agile Supply Chain Redesign for Outsourcing Processes,
Eindhoven, The Netherlands, May 26, 2009
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Member Program Committee 4th SIKS/BENAIS Conference on Enterprise Information Systems
(EIS 2009), Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 2008
Member Program Committee 17th International Conference on Cooperative Information Systems
(CoopIS 2009), Vilamoura, Portugal, 2009
Member Program Committee 3rd International Workshop on Collaborative Business Processes
(CBP 2009, with BPM 2009), Ulm, Germany, 2009
Member Program Committee 10th IFIP Working Conference on Virtual Enterprises (PROVE’09)
Thessaloniki, Greece, 2009
Member Program Committee 2009 International Conference on e-Business (ICE B ’09), part of
ICETE 2009), Milan, Italy, 2009
Member Program Committee 4th IEEE Workshop on Agile Cooperative Process-aware
Information Systems (ProGility 2009, with WETICE 2009), Groningen, The Netherlands
Member Program Committee 7th International Conference on Business Process Management
(BPM 2009), Ulm, Germany
Erwin Hans:
• Co-organizer of the healthcare stream for the Production Operations Management Society
(POMS) Orlando, May 1-4 2009 Conference
• EURO conference, July 5-8 2009, Bonn, Germany, session organizer in the healthcare stream
• International program committee member of the EURO-ORAHS conference at Catholic
University of Leuven, Belgium, July 2009
• Co-organizer of the Beta Conference 2009 “Societal challenges for Operations Management”,
September 30 – October 1, 2009, held at University of Twente
Johann Hurink:
• MAPSP 2009, Abbey Rolduc, The Netherlands, June 29 – July 03, 2009
Jan de Jonge:
• Member of Scientific Committee, ICOH-WOPS Conference 2010, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
• Member of Scientific Committee, EJWOP Congress 2011, Maastricht, The Netherlands
Uzay Kaymak:
• 2009 World Congress on Nature and Biologically Inspired Computing, December 9-11,
Coimbatore, India (NaBIC 09). Member International Program Committee
• 2009 International Conference on Soft Computing and Pattern Recognition, December 4-7, 2009,
Malacca, Malaysia (SoCPaR 2009). Member International Program Committee
• 2009 International Conference on Intelligent Computing, September 16-19, Ulsan, South Korea
(ICIC 2009). Member International Program Committee
• 2009 IFSA World Congress and 2009 EUSFLAT Conference, July 20-24, Lisbon, Portugal (IFSA
2009 / EUSFLAT 2009). Member International Program Committee
• 2009 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation, May 18-21, Trondheim, Norway (CED 2009).
Member International Program Committee
• 12th International Conference on Business Information Systems, April 27 – 29, Poznan, Poland
(BIS 2009). Member International Program Committee
• 2009 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in Multicriteria Decision Making, March
30- April 2, Nashville, Tennessee, USA (MCDM 2009). Member International Program
Committee
• 2009 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence for Financial Engineering, March 30 –
April 2, Nashville, Tennessee, USA (CIFEr 2009). Member International Program Committee
Jacques Resing:
• NET-COOP 2009, Eindhoven, the Netherlands
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Isabelle Reymen:
• International Workshop of Organizational Design and Engineering 2009
• Design track European Conference on Information Systems
Sonja Rispens:
• Co-organizer symposium on asymmetrical perceptions in groups, Academy of Management
Annual Conference, August 2009, Chicago, USA
Jan Telgen:
• International Research Study on Public Procurement (IRSPP4), Lisbon, Portugal, November 16 –
18, 2009
Marc Wouters:
• Management Accounting Section of the American Accounting Association, member of the
committee for the ‘Notable Contributions to Management Accounting Literature Award’
Other scientific indications (invited lectures / key note speeches / chairs /
board members)
Honorary positions:
Onno Boxma:
• Honorary professorship in the School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences, Heriot-Watt
University Edinburgh, UK
• Honorary doctorate, University of Haifa, Israel
Key note speech
Wil van der Aalst:
• Gartner Business Process Management Summit, London, UK, March 2009
• International Conference on Business Information Systems (BIS 2009), Poznan, Poland, April
2009
• IFIP Conference on Virtual Enterprises (PRO-VE’09), Thessaloniki, Greece, October 2009
Onno Boxma:
• Member of the jury of the EURO-Gold medal and of the Prize Selection Committee of the
Applied Probability Society of INFORMS
Geert Duijsters:
• Keynote address ICIM conference Sao Paolo, Brazil
Simme Douwe Flapper:
• Managing closed-loop supply chains, Invited plenary speaker III International Conference on
Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management, Barcelona, Spain, September 3, 2009
Jan Fransoo:
• Federatie van de Nederlandse Levensmiddelenindustrie, March 2009
• Holland Intermodaal Conferentie, September 2009
Erwin Hans:
• Beta Conference 2009 “Operations Research in Healthcare, we’ve only just begun….”, September
30 – October 1, 2009, held at University of Twente
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Hajo Reijers:
• Context in Business Process Models, August 24th 2009, Workshop on Context-Aware Software
Technology and Applications (CASTA 2009), Free University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
• Business Process Modeling, November 16th 2009, Annual SIKS (School of Information and
Knowledge Systems), Utrecht, The Netherlands
• Design Science Research, November 21st 2009, Nachwuchswissenschaftlertreffen der
Wissenschaftliche Kommission Wirtschaftsinformatik, Berlin, Germany
Jan Telgen:
• Asia Pacific Economic Council, Public Procurement meeting, Seoul, Korea, Jul 15 2009=
Chairs
Wil van der Aalst:
• Chair of the Architecture of Information Systems (AIS), group at TU/e
• Chair of the steering committee of the International Conference Series on Business Process
Management
• Founder and leader of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining
Sem Borst:
• General Chair: NET-COOP
Onno Boxma:
• General Chair NET-COOP
Rik Eshuis:
• General Chair ‘7th IEEE European Conference on Web Services (ECOWS) 2009’
Uzay Kaymak:
• General Co-Chair, 2009 IFSA World Congress and 2009 EUSFLAT Conference, July 20 – 24,
2009, Lisbon, Portugal
Henk Zijm:
• President of the International Society of Inventory Research (ISIR), Budapest, Hungary, year 2009
Board member
Wil van der Aalst:
• Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities (Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij der
Wetenschappen)
• Director of the Master Program Business Information Systems at TU/e
Tanja Bipp:
• Founding and Board member of the European Post Doc Platform (PDP) supported by the
European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology (EAWOP)
Simme Douwe Flapper:
• Managing closed-loop supply chains, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, 15-16 April,
2009
Jan Fransoo:
• Scientific Advisory Board Member, VINN Innovative Research Center, Next Generation
Innovative Logistics, Lund Technical University, Sweden, 2007 – current
• Member, Strategisch Platform Logistiek
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Vice-President of the Executive Board of the Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics DINALOG
Member of the Innovation Council (Beraad Kennis en Innovatie), Ministry of Transportation,
Public Works, and Water Management, 02/08/09 - current
Paul Grefen:
• Member Steering Committee European Conference on Web Services
• Member Executive Board European Supply Chain Forum
Geert-Jan van Houtum:
• Board member of the Service Logistics Forum
• Board member of the European Supply Chain Forum
Johann Hurink:
• Scientific Committee CTW 2009, Paris, France
Uzay Kaymak:
• Member of Scientific Forum OV-Chip card, The Netherlands
• Member of the Technical Committee on Distributed Intelligent Systems of the IEEE Systems,
Man and Cybernetics Society
• Member of the Computational Finance and Economics Technical Committee of the IEEE
Computational Intelligence Society
Rob Kusters:
• Program Committee ICEIS, Milano, Italy, 2009
• Program Committee SMEF09, Rome, Italy
Han La Poutré:
• Member of the board of the NVTI: the Netherlands Association of Theoretical Computer
Scientists
• Member of the Scientific Directorate of Schloss Dagstuhl – Leibniz Center for Informatics,
Germany
• Member of the Program Board for Computer Science of the Lorentz Center, the International
Center for Workshops in the Sciences, Leiden, The Netherlands
Hajo Reijers:
• Program chair, 7th International Conference on Business Process Management (BPM 2009),
September 2009
Tarkan Tan:
• Board member of the European Supply Chain Forum
Wendy van der Valk:
• IPSERA
Tom van Woensel:
• Board member European Supply Chain Forum
Marc Wouters:
• Member of the jury for the Thesis Award of Postgraduate Certified Controllers Programs in the
Netherlands, organized by the Controllers Institute
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Invited lectures
Wil van der Aalst:
• International Conference on Advanced Information Systems (Caise 2009) Amsterdam,
Netherlands, June 2009
Samuil Angelov:
• Invited lecture on reference architectures for the SIKS research school
Albert Douma:
• Invited presentation at DiCoMas Seminar, 27th november 2009, Brussels, Belgium
Jan Fransoo:
• NGIL, Lund University, Sweden. January 2009
• Ministerie van Verkeer & Waterstaat, Den Haag, January 2009
• Tsinghua University, Beijing, China. May 2009
• Unilever, Netherlands. June 2009
• Danish Technical University. October 2009
• CEFIC (European Association of the Chemical Industry), Brussels, Belgium. November 2009
• Federatie van de Nederlandse Levensmiddelenindustrie, November 2009
• EyeOn Process Industries Roundtable, December 2009
Josette Gevers:
• Teamwerk en arbeidsprestaties – Symposium ‘Crisis Resource Management in de Alysis
Zorggroep OKC Simulatiecentrum’, 22 october 2009, Ziekenhuis Rijnstate, Arnhem, The
Netherlands
Erwin Hans:
• Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), talk on “Operations Research in healthcare research at
University of Twente” on December 15, 2009
• POMS Orlando Conference, May 1-4 2009, invited presentation: “A Simulation Model for
Determining the Optimal Size of Emergency Teams on Call in the Operating Room at Night”
• Operations Management in Healthcare, guest lecture for Medical Informatics Master at University
of Amsterdam / Amsterdam Medical Center, 2009
Johann Hurink:
• INFORMS, San Diego, USA
Jan de Jonge:
• Match-making and match-breaking: Exploring the nature of match within and around job stress
research. Invited lecture at Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan
• Match-making and match-breaking: Exploring the nature of match within and around job stress
research. Invited lecture at Occupational Health Research Center, Kita-Kyushu, Japan
• The DISC Model: matching processes of functional self-regulation and its implications for health
care. Keynote lecture at the 11th ENOP Conference, Lisbon, Portugal
Uzay Kaymak:
• Invited lecture “On Agent-Based Simulation of Financial Markets”, Collaborative Agent-Based
Systems (CABS) Colloquium, Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands, January
15, 2009
• Invited lecture “Financial Markets and Agent-Based Simulation”, Twente University of
Technology, Enschede, The Netherlands, October 9, 2009
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Han La Poutré:
• 32nd Annual Conference on Artificial Intelligence (KI 2009) Paderborn, Germany, 2009
Hajo Reijers:
• Guest lecture on Business Process Management, September 22nd 2009, Humboldt University,
Berlin, Germany
Tarkan Tan:
• The Final Order Problem for Repairable Spare Parts under Condemnation, Lund University,
Sweden, January 2009
Wendy van der Valk:
• RSM Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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6.
Scientific output 2009
Beta researchers produced the following number of publications in 2009:
Dissertations
: 11
International scientific journal articles ISI
: 159
International scientific journal articles not ISI
: 18
National scientific journal articles
:
4
Books
: 12
Contributions to books
: 43
Conference contributions
: 129
Reports
: 84
Patent
:
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Figure 6.1 Dissertations of Beta 2002 - 2009.
Figure 6.2 International ISI journal publications of Beta researchers in 2002 - 2009.
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Till 2009 Beta considered the following journals equal to ISI journals: Business Logistics,
International Journal of Accounting, International Journal of Physical Distribution and Logistics
Management, Journal of Accounting, Auditing and Finance, Journal of Accounting and Public Policy,
Journal of Information Systems, Journal of The American Taxation Association, Logistics Information
Management, Management Accounting Research.
At the time the Beta Board decided to base the quality evaluation of the members on the number of
published ISI journal articles, the relevant journals of some disciplines participating in Beta were not
included in the ISI master journal list. To be able to judge the output quality of all members in a
similar way, the Beta Board established a new standard for these disciplines in formulating the Beta
journal list. The most relevant journals equal to ISI journals (similar referee procedure) of these
disciplines were included in this Beta journal list.
However, during the last years a lot of the journals registered on the Beta journal list, were added to
the ISI master journal list and removed from the Beta journal list. Furthermore other journals of these
disciplines were added to the ISI list as well. By now all Beta disciplines are well represented in the
ISI master journal list. Facing this together with the fact that non of the Beta members published in the
remaining journals of the Beta list in 2008, the Beta Board rescinded this list in 2009.
Beta dissertations
Beta has a series of dissertations. This series was initiated in 1997. All dissertations of Beta appear as
part of this series. In the output list the 11 Beta dissertations that appeared in 2009 are included. An
overview of the dissertation series can be found on Beta's website (www.tue.nl\beta).
Beta working papers
Besides the dissertation series Beta has also a working paper series. Interim research results can be
published in the Beta working paper series. In 2009 32 Beta working papers appeared. A title
description of all these working papers can be found in the overview of internal reports in the output
overview.
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Publications Beta 2009
PhD dissertations
Broek, J.J.J. van den (10-12-2009). MIP-based approaches for complex planning problems. TUE Eindhoven
University of Technology (117 p.). Prom./coprom.: Woeginger, G.J., Hurkens, C.A.J.
Ganesh, N. (16-12-2009). Managing the uncertainty aspect of reliability in an iterative product development
process. TUE Eindhoven University of Technology (213 p.). Prom./coprom.: Brombacher, A.C., Wong, Y.S.,
Lu, Y.
Gottschalk, F. (3-12-2009). Configurable Process Models. TUE Eindhoven University of Technology (329 p.).
Prom./coprom.: Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Jansen-Vullers, M.H.
Günter, C.W. (22-09-2009). Process Mining in Flexible Environments. TUE Eindhoven University of
Technology (360 p.). Prom./coprom.: Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Weijters, A.J.M.M.
Haan, R. de (4-6-2009). Queueing models for mobile ad hoc networks. UT University of Twente (213 p.).
Prom./coprom.: Boucherie, R.J, Ommeren, J.C.W. van
Miretskiy, D. (12-11-2009). Queueing networks: rare events and fast simulations. UT University of Twente (149
p.). Prom./coprom.: Mandjes, M.R.H., Boucherie, R.J, Scheinhardt, W.R.W.
Mulyar, N.A. (16-06-2009). Patterns for process-aware information systems: an approach based on colored
petri nets. TUE Eindhoven University of Technology (459 p.). Prom./coprom.: Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Russell,
N.C.
Paulus, J.J. (22-1-2009). Online scheduling & project scheduling. UT University of Twente (127 p.).
Prom./coprom.: Uetz, M.J., Hurink, J.L.
Vanderfeesten, I.T.P. (3-2-2009). Product-based design and support of workflow processes. TUE Eindhoven
University of Technology (306 p.). Prom./coprom.: Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Reijers, H.A.
Vliegen, I.M.H. (25-11-2009). Integrated planning for service tools and spare parts ofr capital goods. TUE
Eindhoven University of Technology (193 p.). Prom./coprom.: Houtum, G.J.J.A.N. van, Kok, A.G. de
Volkovich, Y. (24-4-2009). Stochastic analysis of web page ranking. UT University of Twente (117 p.).
Prom./coprom.: Boucherie, R.J, Litvak, N.
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Journal articles, international – ISI
Acuña, V., Chierichetti, F., Lacroix, V., Marchetti Spaccamela, A., Sagot, M.F. & Stougie, L. (2009). Modes and
cuts in metabolic networks: complexity and algorithms. Biosystems, 95(1), 51-60.
Adan, I.J.B.F. & Haviv, M. (2009). Conditional ages and residual service times in the M/G/1 queue. Stochastic
Models, 25(1), 110-128.
Adan, I.J.B.F., Foley, R.D. & McDonald, D.R. (2009). Exact asymptotics for the stationary distribution of a
Markov chain: A production model. Queueing Systems: Theory and Applications, 62(4), 311-344.
Adan, I.J.B.F., Mandjes, M.R.H., Scheinhardt, W.R.W. & Tzenova, E.I. (2009). On a generic class of two-node
queueing systems. Queueing Systems: Theory and Applications, 61(1), 37-63.
Adan, I.J.B.F., Sleptchenko, A.V. & Houtum, G.J.J.A.N. van (2009). Reducing costs of spare parts supply
systems via static priorities. Asia-Pacific Journal of Operational Research, 26(4), 559-585.
Adan, I.J.B.F., Economou, A. & Kapodistria, S. (2009). Synchronized reneging in queueing systems with
vacations. Queueing Systems: Theory and Applications, 62(1), 1-33.
Albrecher, H., Borst, S.C., Boxma, O.J. & Resing, J.A.C. (2009). The tax identity in risk theory: A simple proof
and an extension. Insurance: Mathematics and Economics, 44(2), 304-306.
Aldred, L., Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Dumas, M. & Hofstede, A.H.M. ter (2009). Dimensions of coupling in
middleware. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Engineering, 21(18), 2233-2269.
Ali, O.G., Sayin, S., Woensel, T. van & Fransoo, J.C. (2009). Pooling information across SKUs for demand
forecasting with data mining. Expert systems with applications: an international journal, 36(10), 12340-12348.
Avsar, Z.M., Zijm, W.H.M. & Rodoplu, U. (2009). An approximate model for base-stock-controlled assembly
systems. IIE transactions, 41(3), 260-274.
Bakker, A.B. & Demerouti, E. (2009). The crossover of work engagement between working couples: a closer
look at the role of empathy. Journal of Managerial Psychology, 24(3), 220-236.
Bakker, A.B., Demerouti, E. & Burke, R. (2009). Workaholism and relationship quality: a spillover-crossover
perspective. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 14(1), 23-33.
Bar-Lev, S.K., Boxma, O.J., Stadje, W., Duyn Schouten, F.A. van der & Wiesmeyr, C. (2009). Two-stage
queueing network models for quality control and testing. European Journal of Operational Research, 198(3),
858-866.
Barker, C.T. & Newby, M.J. (2009). Optimal non-periodic inspection for a multivariate degradation model.
Reliability Engineering and System Safety, 94(1), 33-43.
Basten, R.J.I., Schutten, J.M.J. & Heijden, M.C. van der (2009). An efficient model formulation for level of
repair analysis. Annals of operations research, 172(1), 119-142.
Bauso, D. & Timmer, J.B. (2009). Robust dynamic cooperative games. International journal of game theory,
38(1), 23-36.
Beekhuizen, P. & Resing, J.A.C. (2009). Performance analysis of small non-uniform packet switches.
Performance Evaluation, 66(11), 640-659.
Bekker, R., Boxma, O.J. & Resing, J.A.C. (2009). Lévy processes with adaptable exponent. Advances in Applied
Probability, 41(1), 177-205.
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Bonald, T., Borst, S.C., Hegde, N., Jonckheere, M. & Proutière, A. (2009). Flow-level performance and capacity
of wireless networks with user mobility. Queueing Systems: Theory and Applications, 63(1-4), 131-164.
Bonifaci, V. & Stougie, L. (2009). Online k-server routing problems. Theory of Computing Systems, 45(3), 470485.
Boon, M.A.A. & Adan, I.J.B.F. (2009). Mixed gated/exhaustive service in a polling model with priorities.
Queueing Systems: Theory and Applications, 63(1-4), 383-399.
Borst, S.C., Collins, J., Saniee, I. & Walid, A. (2009). A new framework for performance analysis of emerging
personalized communication services. Bell Labs Technical Journal, 14(3), 127-138.
Borst, S.C., Hegde, N. & Proutière, A. (2009). Interacting queues with server selection and coordinated
scheduling: Application to cellular data networks. Annals of Operations Research, 170(1), 59-78.
Borst, S.C., Gupta, V. & Walid, A. (2009). Self-organizing algorithms for cache cooperation in content
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51(6), 1010-1020.
Wynn, M.T., Verbeek, H.M.W., Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Hofstede, A.H.M. ter & Edmond, D. (2009). Soundnesspreserving reduction rules for reset workflow nets. Information Sciences, 179(6), 769-790.
Wynn, M.T., Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Hofstede, A.H.M. ter & Edmond, D. (2009). Synchronization and
cancelation in workflows based on reset nets. International Journal of Cooperative Information Systems, 18(1),
63-114.
Xanthopoulou, D., Bakker, A.B., Demerouti, E. & Schaufeli, W.B. (2009). Reciprocal relationships between job
resources, personal resources, and work engagement. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 74(3), 235-244.
Xanthopoulou, D., Bakker, A.B., Demerouti, E. & Schaufeli, W.B. (2009). Work engagement and financial
turnover: A diary study on the role of job and personal resources. Journal of Occupational and Organizational
Psychology, 82, 183-200.
Zelst, S., Donselaar, K.H. van, Woensel, T. van, Broekmeulen, R.A.C.M. & Fransoo, J.C. (2009). Logistics
drivers for shelf stacking in grocery retail stores: potential for efficiency improvement. International Journal of
Production Economics, 121(2), 620-632.
Zonderland, M.E., Boer, F., Boucherie, R.J., Roode, A. de & Kleef, J.W. van (2009). Redesign of a university
hospital preanesthesia evaluation clinic using a queuing theory approach. Anesthesia & Analgesia, 109(5), 16121621.
Journal articles, international – not ISI
Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Pesic, M. & Schonenberg, H. (2009). Declarative workflows: balancing between
flexibility and support. Computer Science: Research and Development, 23(2), 99-113.
Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Mans, R.S. & Russell, N.C. (2009). Workflow support using proclets: divide, interact
and conquer. Bulletin of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Data Engineering, 32(3), 16-22.
Adan, I.J.B.F., Bekkers, J.A., Dellaert, N.P., Vissers, J.M.H. & Yu, X. (2009). Patient mix optimisation and
stochastic resource requirements: A case study in cardiothoracic surgery planning. Health Care Management
Science, 12(2), 129-141.
Aken, J.E. van & Romme, A.G.L. (2009). Reinventing the future : adding design science to the repertoire of
organization and management studies. Organization Management Journal, 6(1), 5-12.
Alves, R., Ribeiro, J.T.S. & Belo, O. (2009). Mining significant change patterns in multidimensional spaces.
International Journal of Business Intelligence and Data Mining, 4(3/4), 219-241.
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Demerouti, E., Le Blanc, P.M., Bakker, A.B., Schaufeli, W.B. & Hox, J. (2009). Present but sick: a three-wave
study on job demands, presenteeism and burnout. Career Development International, 14(1), 50-68.
Driedonks, B.A. & Weele, A.J. van (2009). Managing effective sourcing teams. Efficient Purchasing : the
magazine for European sourcing and procurement professionals, 9(Fall/Winter), 44-51.
Driedonks, B.A., Gevers, J. & Weele, A.J. van (2009). Managing sourcing team effectiveness : the need for a
team perspective in purchasing. Journal of Purchasing and Supply Management.
Dumas, M., García-Bañuelos, L. & Dijkman, R.M. (2009). Similarity search of business process models.
Bulletin of the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Data Engineering, 32(3), 23-28.
Hamers, H., Klijn, F., Slikker, M. & Velzen, B. van (2009). A cooperative approach to queue allocation of
indivisible objects. International Game Theory Review, 11(2), 215-227.
Heuvel, M. van den, Demerouti, E., Schreurs, B.H.J., Bakker, A.B. & Schaufeli, W.B. (2009). Does meaningmaking help during organizational change?: development and validation of a new scale. Career Development
International, 14(6), 508-533.
Kibbeling, M.I., Gelderman, C.J., Ulijn, J.M., Weele, A.J. van & Calvi, R. (2009). A Dutch-French comparison
of dependence, trust and commitment in buyer-supplier relationships: a purchasing portfolio approach.
International Journal of Business and Globalisation, 3(4), 353-373.
Litvak, N., Scheinhardt, W.R.W. & Volkovich, Y.V. (2009). In-Degree and PageRank of web pages: why do
they follow similar power laws? Internet mathematics, 4(2-3), 175-198.
Mader, A.H., Bohnenkamp, H.C., Usenko, Y.S., Jansen, D.N., Hurink, J.L. & Hermanns, H. (2009) Synthesis
and stochastic assessment of cost-optimal schedules. International journal on software tools for technology
transfer, online first.
Peeters, M.C.W., Wattez, C., Demerouti, E. & Regt, W. de (2009). Work-family culture, work-family
interference and well-being at work: iIs it possible to distinguish between a positive and a negative process?
Career Development International, 14(7), 700-713.
Thai, K.V. & Telgen, J. (2009). Symposium on International Public Procurement, part II. Journal of public
procurement, 9(1), 57-57.
Wynn, M.T., Verbeek, H.M.W., Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Hofstede, A.H.M. ter & Edmond, D. (2009). Business
process verification: finally a reality! Business Process Management Journal, 15(1), 74-92.
Zhang, J., Lu, X., Nie, H., Huang, Z. & Aalst, W.M.P. van der (2009). Radiology information system: a
workflow-based approach. International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, 4(5), 509-516.
Journal articles, in Dutch
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Wilderom, C.P.M., Stertefeld, T. & Wouters, M.J.F. (2009). Prestatiemeting op de werkvloer van Grolsch: een
participatieve aanpak. Management executive, 7(1), 34-38.
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83(3), 62-63.
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Maandblad voor accountancy en bedrijfseconomie, 83(9), 309-318.
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Books / editorship books
Dolfsma, W., Duysters, G.M. & Costa, I. (2009). Multinationals and emerging economies : the quest for
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Douma, S.W., Grooten, W.M.H., Romme, A.G.L., Leeflang, P. & Bouwens, J.F.M.G. (2009). Basisboek
bedrijfskunde: een inleiding in management en ondernemerschap ; 3e dr. Den Haag: Academic service.
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Frambach, R. & Nijssen, E.J. (2009). Marketingstrategie : praktische handreikingen voor een effectief en
onderbouwd strategisch marketingplan (4th edition, 215). Groningen: Noordhoff.
Horst, M.R. van der, Langen, P.W. de & Lugt, L. van der (2009). Een bereikbaar achterland langs vier wegen.
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Langen, P.W. de & Song, B. (2009). Port economics policy and management ; a textbook. Shanghai: Truth and
Wisdom Press.
Langerak, F. (2009). Snelheid en succes in productontwikkeling (inaugurele rede). Eindhoven: Van Santvoort
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Notteboom, Th., Ducruet, C. & Langen, P.W. de (Eds.). (2009). Ports in proximity: competition and
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Peters, J. & Weggeman, M.C.D.P. (2009). Het Rijnland boekje : principes en inzichten van het Rijnland-model.
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Ulijn, J.M., Duysters, G.M. & Meijer, E. (2010). Strategic alliances, mergers and acquisitions : the influence of
culture on succesful cooperation. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Weele, A.J. van (2009). Purchasing and Supply Chain Management (5th revised edition). London: Cengage.
Wijnhoven, A.B.J.M. (2009). Information Management An informing approach. London: Routledge.
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In K. Jensen & W.M.P. van der Aalst (Eds.), Transactions on Petri Nets and Other Models of Concurrency II
(Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5460) (pp. 1-26). Berlin: Springer.
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analysis. In M. Bernardo, L. Padovani & G. Zavattaro (Eds.), Formal Methods for Web Services: 9th
International School on Formal Methods for the Design of Computer, Communication, and Software Systems,
SFM 2009, Bertinoro, Italy, June 1-6, 2009, Advanced Lectures (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5569) (pp.
42-88). Berlin: Springer.
Aalst, W.M.P. van der, Hee, K.M. van, Hofstede, A.H.M. ter, Sidorova, N., Verbeek, H.M.W., Voorhoeve, M. &
Wynn, M.T. (2009). Soundness of workflow nets with reset arcs. In K. Jensen, J. Billington & M. Koutny (Eds.),
Transactions on Petri nets and other models of concurrency III (Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5800) (pp.
50-70). Berlin: Springer.
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Adams, M., Hofstede, A.H.M. ter, Russell, N.C. & Aalst, W.M.P. van der (2009). Dynamic and context-aware
process adaptation. In M.M. Wang & Z. Sun (Eds.), Handbook of research on complex dynamic process
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Bipp, T. (2009). Linking personality to work motivation and performance: individual differences effects. In M.
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