Logistics Hasselt University
The research group Logistics focuses on two domains. In the first domain, planning problems in external distribution logistics are modeled by means of operations research techniques. Expertise on combinatorial optimization problems is applied to practical problem settings in freight transportation and logistics. In the second domain, simulation and optimization techniques are applied in a supply chain management context.
Transport and Regional Economics University of Antwerp
The Research Centre for Operations Management (OM), Campus Brussels
The Research Centre for Operations Management tackles the broad field of operations management (OM), i.e., supply chain management, management of products and services, inventory management and warehousing, total quality management, planning systems,… Operations are the transformation of inputs (capital, material, human skills and knowledge, technology, resources,...) ...
Operations management Mission statement and study domain In accordance with the mission statement of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Department of Applied Economics, the mission of the research group Operations Management involves the delivery of academic education, the performance of fundamental research and the delivery of services in the domain of operations management. Operations management can be generally described as the ...
Research topics of this unit are: business information systems and supply chain management
Department of Agricultural economics Ghent University
The research of the Centre for Industrial Management is grouped into five areas of expertise: (URL:https://www.mech.kuleuven.be/en/cib/imresearch/scmlog) Logistics & Production Planning The Centre for Industrial Management has built up solid expertise in the areas of production planning, transportation, logistics and supply chain management. Current research projects focus on algorithms for vehicle routing and production planning ...
Current topics are research line 1: Nutritionally interesting lipids and research line 2: Fat crystallization