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.

New article by Guajardo

The article "Efficient referee assignment in Argentinean professional basketball leagues using operations research methods" has been published in Annals of Operations Research.

New article by Wallace

The article "The combined impact of stochastic and correlated activity durations and design uncertainty on project plans" has been published in International Journal of Production Economics.

New article by Wallace

The article "Soft clustering-based scenario bundling for a progressive hedging heuristic in stochastic service network design" has been published in Computers & Operations Research.

Professor Guajardo finalist in The Daniel H. Wagner Prize

Mario Guajardo was recently awarded a diploma in the final of 2020 Daniel H. Wagner Prize for his paper «Scheduling the Main Professional Soccer League of Argentina»

Carbon levy could more than double the price of traditional fuel

It will take a significant carbon levy, which more than doubles current fuel prices, to sufficiently push shipping's green transition in the way Norwegian and Danish shipowners call for, Roar Ådland tells ShippingWatch.

New article by Wallace

The article "Building trust in home services-stochastic team-orienteering with consistency constraints" has been published in Transportation Science.

New article by Ådland and Procházka

The article "The value of timecharter optionality in the drybulk market" has been published in Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review.

New article by Jia

The article "Well-to-tank carbon emissions from crude oil maritime transportation" has been published in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment.

Gabriel Fuentes second in UN software programming competition

PhD Research Scholar Gabriel Fuentes led his team to second place in the UN software programming competition "AIS Big Data Hackathon". Fuentes is employed at SNF and has office space at the Department of Business and Management Science at NHH.

Topics in cooperative game theory and logistics

PhD Defense Shipping, transport and logistics

On Wednesday 28 October 2020, Ondrej Osicka will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.

We researchers have to be more open

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Christian Braathen: In order for leaders to be able to be more critical to analysis, also researchers will have to change their way of working.

Mario Guajardo Wagner Prize Finalist

Mario Guajardo has made it through to the final of the 2020 Wagner Prize Competition, with an entry entitled "Scheduling the Main Professional Soccer League of Argentina".