The article "Stochastic Network Design for Planning Scheduled Transportation Services: The Value of Deterministic Solutions" has been published in INFORMS Journal on Computing.
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The article "Crude oil contango arbitrage and the floating storage decision" has been published in Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review.
The article "Scenario generation for single-period portfolio selection problems with tail risk measures: Coping with high dimensions and integer variables" has been published in INFORMS Journal on Computing.
On Thursday 22 November 2018 Vit Procházka will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
The article "Explaining price differences between physical and derivative freight contracts" has been published in Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review.
On Tuesday 28 August 2018 Yewen Gu will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
Roar Ådland questions the flurry of scrubber purchases in recent days. Are we merely back in the misleading ecoship territory from five years ago?
Associate Professor Mario Guajardo has been selected as finalist of the EURO Excellence in Practice Award (EEPA).
Stein W. Wallace has been invited to give a plenary session at the XV Conference on Computational Management Science (CMS)
Stein W. Wallace has been invited to give a plenary session at the XXIV conference of the EURO working group on Locational Analysis (EWGLA).
The article "Collaborative transportation with overlapping coalitions" has been published in European Journal of Operational Research.
‘You represent an industry that has really felt the effects of the oil price drop at first-hand. But now the worst is over,’ said Minister of Trade and Industry Torbjørn Røe Isaksen at NHH’s shipping conference in Bergen.
The article "Does energy efficiency affect ship values in the second-hand market?" has been published in Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice.
The AutoLog project will research the usefulness of autonomous ships.
The article "Big Data Analytics in Operations Management" has been published in Production and Operations Management.
Roar Ådland: There is no financial gain in digitalisation for the shipping companies.
Despite massive exposure, it is far from certain that Maersk and IBM will win the digitalisation race in the shipping sector, says Roar Ådland.
Roar Ådland: Battery-operated vessels on major trade routes seem like the stuff of a far-distant future.
Roar Ådland writes about electrification in shipping, getting views from Tesla’s Elon Musk.
On Monday 12 March 2018 Reza Azad Gholami will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
The 15th CEMS Research Seminar on Supply Chain Management took place in Riezlern, Austria, from January 17 to 21, 2018.
On Tuesday 30 January 2018 Seyed Mostafa Mirhedayatian will hold a trial lecture on a prescribed topic and defend his thesis for the PhD degree at NHH.
The article "Multivariate modeling and analysis of regional ocean freight rates" has been published in Transportation Research Part E: Logistics and Transportation Review.
The article "The energy efficiency effects of periodic ship hull cleaning" has been published in Journal of Cleaner Production.
The article "Integrated maritime fuel management with stochastic fuel prices and new emission regulations" has been published in Journal of the Operational Research Society.
Stein W. Wallace is the chair of the organizing committee of the 2018 INFORMS Transportation Science and Logistics Society Workshop.
The Centre for Shipping and Logistics participated at the EC Transport Info Day organized by the European Commission on 13 December 2017 in Brussels.
The article "Improving access to voting with optimized matchings" has been published in Electoral Studies.
Centre for Shipping and Logistics receives more than NOK 23 million from the Research Council of Norway´s programme targeted towards the maritime industry and their research partners.
The article "A framework to evaluate policy options for supporting electric vehicles in urban freight transport" has been published in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment.
140 participants are gathered at NHH for three and a half days to attend the 7th International Conference on Logistics and Maritime Systems.
NHH’s agreement with Bergen Shipowners’ Association has been extended by five new years until August 2022. Professor Roar Os Ådland will continue to hold the professorship.
The article "Scrubber: A potentially overestimated compliance method for the Emission Control Areas: The importance of involving a ship’s sailing pattern in the evaluation" has been published in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment.
The article "Energy efficiency with the application of Virtual Arrival policy" has been published in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment.
The article "The impact of regional environmental regulations on empirical vessel speeds" has been published in Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment.
The article "Stochastic multi-commodity network design: The quality of deterministic solutions" has been published in Operations Research Letters.
Professor Stein W. Wallace was the only non-American member of the Syngenta Crop Challenge Prize Committee in its 2017 version in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The article "Scheduling the South American Qualifiers to the 2018 FIFA Wold Cup by Integer Programming" has been accepted for publication in European Journal of Operational Research.
The article "Operations Research Transforms the Scheduling of Chilean Soccer Leagues and South American World Cup Qualifiers" by Fernando Alarcón, Guillermo Durán, Mario Guajardo, Jaime Miranda, Hugo Muñoz, Luis Ramírez, Mario Ramírez, Denis Sauré, Matías Siebert, Sebastián Souyris, Andrés Weintraub, Rodrigo Wolf-Yadlin, Gonzalo Zamorano.
These grants are awarded by the INFORMS Transportation Science and Logistics Society as an effort to generate more collaboration across the four TSL regions (North America, Central and South America, Europe and Africa, and Asia, Australia and New Zealand) and with VeRoLog, which sponsored half of the Collaborative Grant.
Since 2005, those responsible for Chilean top flight football have used NHH researcher Mario Guajardo’s mathematical models to schedule fixtures. His methods are now also used in the South American World Cup qualification system.
The article "The impact of design uncertainty in engineer-to-order project planning" has been published online in European Journal of Operational Research.
The 14th CEMS Research Seminar on Supply Chain Management took place in Riezlern (Austria) from January 18 to 22, 2017. The seminar is the yearly event of the CEMS Faculty Group in Logistics and has long tradition. During many years, it has served as a venue for discussions for PhD students, as well as young and senior researchers with interest in a wide range of topics in supply chain management and logistics. The Centre for Shipping and Logistics at NHH was represented by its leader Stein W. Wallace, and contributed with the following presentations: - "Cost allocation and coalition formation in collaborative logistics", by the PhD student Ondrej Osicka - "Environmental benefits of collaboration and allocation of emissions in road freight transportation", by the Assistant Professor Mario Guajardo - "Dynamic Pricing and Revenue Optimization: Learning by Games", by the Assistant Professor Julio Goez More about the CEMS Research Seminar and the CEMS Faculty Group in Logistics can be found on: https://www.wiso.uni-koeln.de/fakultaet/fakultaetsbereiche/supply-chain-management/cems-research-conference/ http://www.cems.org/academic-members/faculty-groups/logistics
The article "jMarkov: An Integrated Framework for Markov Chain Modeling" by Juan F. Pérez, Daniel F. Silva, Julio C. Góez, Andrés Sarmiento, Andrés Sarmiento-Romero, Raha Akhavan-Tabatabaei, Germán Riaño.
The article "Does fuel efficiency pay? Empirical evidence from the dry bulk timecharter market revisited" by Roar Os Ådland, Harrison Marshall Alger, Justina Banyte, and Haiying Jia has been published in Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice.
The article "Service supply chain management: A review of operational models", by NHH’s professor Stein Wallace, recently reached the top of the list of the most downloaded articles in the European Journal of Operational Research (EJOR). In this article, Wallace and co-authors Yulan Wang and Tsan-Ming Choi from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and Bin Shen from Donghua University, review a selection of papers on innovative measures in service supply chain management. They categorize service supply chains into Service Only Supply Chains and Product Service Supply Chains. They also classify the related literature into three major areas: service supply management, service demand management, and service supply chains coordination. By this classifcation, Wallace and co-authors derive insights into the current state of knowledge in each area, examine its evolution over the past decade and identify challenges and directions for future research. The article surpassed 3,600 downloads in just three months after its publication in EJOR. This is one of the most prestigious journals in operations research and management science, currently classified among the exclusive level 4 journals in the Academic Journal Guide of the Association of Business Schools (ABS). Read more about the article on this link.