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LUNTEREN 2003

Twenty-eighth conference on


The mathematics of operations research


 

Organized by LNMB
(Landelijk Netwerk Mathematische Besliskunde)

January 14-16, 2003
 

Conference Center "De Werelt", Lunteren, The Netherlands
 

Annual meeting of Dutch senior and junior researchers
in the Mathematics of Operations Research.

The program offers high-quality research and applications
and should appeal to both academic researchers
and to management consultants in trade and industry.

The conference is sponsored by the Gebiedsbestuur Exacte Wetenschappen (NWO), the Thomas Stieltjes Institute for Mathematics and the Mathematical Research Institute (MRI).
 
 
 

Program Invited Speakers Abstracts Invited Presentations
Seminar Abstracts Presentations Seminar Registration Seminar
Parallel Sessions PhD Students Abstracts Presentations PhD Students
Registration Registered Participants How to get there Conference Secretariat

Ingredients


Ten invited lectures
Stefano Leonardi (University of Roma, Italy) Scheduling to minimize total flow time
Stefano Leonardi (University of Roma, Italy) Non-clairvoyant scheduling
Sven Leyffer (Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, USA) Modelling with complementarity constraints
Sven Leyffer (Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, USA) Solving optimization problems with complementarity constraints
Hervé Moulin (Rice University, Houston, USA) Dividing a commodity according to claims: markovian, consistent and strategyproof methods
Hervé Moulin (Rice University, Houston, USA) Cost and benefit sharing: incentives and axiomatics
Martin Savelsbergh (Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA) Decision support for vendor managed inventory replenishment
Martin Savelsbergh (Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, USA)
Decision support for consumer direct grocery initiatives
Karl Sigman (Columbia University, New York, USA) Stochastic networks in the presence of heavy tails: a general introduction
Karl Sigman (Columbia University, New York, USA) Stochastic networks in the presence of heavy tails: details, results, conjectures

Presentation of the GIJS DE LEVE PRIZE for the best PhD thesis in 2000, 2001 and 2002 (Tuesday 17.15 - 18.00)


Presentations by PhD students (Tuesday 14.00 - 15.00 and Wednesday 14.30 - 15.30)
For each contributed paper by a PhD student a senior member of the society will act as discussant.
The following PhD students of the LNMB will present a paper at the meeting:
Ebru Angün (UvT) Black box simulation-based optimization for multiple responses
René Bekker (TUE) Queues with workload-dependent service and arrival rates
Ieke le Blanc (UvT) Redesign of a recycling system for LPG-tanks
Ton Dieker (CWI) On asymptotically efficient simulation of large deviations probabilities
Mustafa Kemal Dodru (TUE) Linear programming based planning concept for a serial, two-echelon inventory system
Jan-Willem Goossens (UM) On solving multi-type railway line planning problems
Elena Grigorieva (UM) The private value single item bisection auction
Anton van der Kraaij (UM) Tariff optimization in telecommunication networks
Maaike van Krieken (UvT) Solving set partitioning problems
Frank Lutgens (UM) Robust portfolio optimization
Niels Olieman (WAU) Stability of coalitions in a Nash-Cartel game: a probability analysis
Kevin Pak (EUR) Airline revenue management with convertible seats
René Sitters (TUE) A 2833307565-competitive algorithm for the general CNN-problem
Judith Spitter (TUE) Setting planned lead time in multi-item multi-echelon systems
Miranda van Uitert (CWI) Sample-path large deviations for tandem (and priority) queues with Gaussian input


Seminar "New developments in Operations Research software" (Thursday) 
On the last day of the conference, Thursday January 16, there is a one-day special seminar on "New developments in Operations Research software", organized in cooperation with the "Nederlands Genootschap voor Besliskunde" (NGB).
Chairman:
Hein Fleuren (Chairman NGB) 
Speakers:
Gautam Mitra (CARISMA/Brunel University, UK) Emerging architecture of tools and components for quantitative modelling and decision support
Jan Bisschop (Paragon Decision Technology B.V.) and Ruud Brekelmans (CentER) The AIMMS multi-agent technology and a management chain game
Rienk Bijlsma (Rockwell Automation) The future in improving design and operations with simulation technology
Victor Allis (Quintiq) The Holy Grail of advanced planning and scheduling systems
Fred Jansma (Incontrol Enterprise Dynamics)  Analyzing and controlling your business with enterprise dynamics