Artificial intelligence? We need to talk about data quality

Christian Braathen: Artificial intelligence is the solution to the lack of labor - if data quality is addressed. Organizations must prioritize data quality, be less concerned with "big data" and more concerned with good data.

«Essays on Behavioural Economics and Tax Compliance»

On Friday 17 June 2022 Andreas Olden will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.

Methodology and Practice of Optimization Problems

PhD Defense Industrial Organization

On Friday 10 June 2022 Nahid Rezaeinia will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend her thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.

Psychological safety essential for entrepreneurs

Christian Braathen: Entrepreneurs often need financing to avoid having an additional job, outside the start-up company. On the other hand, investors demand that entrepreneurs work only with the start-up company before they finance.

IMO’s Annual Efficiency Ratio comes in for heavy criticism

Roar Ådland, among others, fiercely criticizes the International Maritime Organization for its Annual Efficiency Ratio (AER), the key measure to define how ships fare when the Carbon Efficiency Indicator (CII) starts in just over a year.

Foundership is a practice in mental self-torture

Christian Braathen: Foundership contributes to extrem personal growth, but there is a dark side of the picture.

New article by Fuentes

The article "Generating bunkering statistics from AIS data: A machine learning approach" has been published in Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review.

New article by Gu and Wallace

The article "Operational benefits of autonomous vessels in logistics - A case of autonomous water-taxis in Bergen" has been published in Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review.

New article by Wallace

The article "On scenario construction for stochastic shortest path problems in real road networks" has been published in Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review.

New article by Jia

The article "The impact of an EU maritime emissions trading system on oil trades" has been published in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment.

Job number one is to make better use of our resources

Christian Braathen: Even though conversion and green shift is important, it is not enough. We also have to make better use of today's resources.

Extreme Freight Rates Begin to Change Shippers' Calculations

The containerized shipping industry has been essential to global commerce for its low shipping costs. However, high freight rates are starting to have an impact on consumer goods. Roar Ådland is interviewed on this by The Maritime Executive.

New article by Rezaeinia, Góez and Guajardo

The article "Efficiency and fairness criteria in the assignment of students to projects" has been published in Annals of Operations Research.

NHH and shipping comments on “Ever Given” in Egyptian news

`Because of the relatively quick solution, the incident is not likely to have a long-term effect on the shipping industry´, says NHH Professor Roar Ådland to Al-Ahram Weekly.

New article by Ådland and Jia

The article "The value of meteorological data in marine risk assessment" has been published in Reliability Engineering & System Safety.

Best Master Thesis prize to Benjamin Narum

Our PhD student Benjamin Narum is the 2019 - 2020 recipient of the NORS Best Master Thesis in Operations Research.