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Denise Tönissen is an Assistant Professor in logistics at the School of Business and Economics, VU Amsterdam University. She received a MSc in Computing Science from Utrecht University (2013) and a PhD (2018) from the School of Industrial Engineering of Eindhoven University of Technology.

Research

Denise’s research focuses on modeling and solving real-life problems arising in transportation and logistics. She is in particular interested in developing exact methods two-stage stage stochastic programming problems. Her research results have been successfully implemented and published in European Journal of Operational Research and Computers and Operations Research.

Teaching

  • Supply Chain Data Analytics (coordinator)
  • Supply Chain Management (teacher)
  • Thesis supervision

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Operations Research Mathematics
economy Social Sciences
Stochastic Programming Mathematics
Exact Method Mathematics
Logistics Mathematics
Modeling Mathematics
scenario Social Sciences
German Federal Railways Social Sciences

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Research Output 2016 2018

Economies of scale in recoverable robust maintenance location routing for rolling stock

Tönissen, D. D. & Arts, J. J., 2018, In : Transportation Research. Part B: Methodological. 117, Part A, p. 360-377 18 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

economy
scenario
German Federal Railways
demand
costs

Column generation strategies and decomposition approaches for the two-stage stochastic multiple knapsack problem

Tönissen, D. D., van den Akker, J. M. & Hoogeveen, J. A., Jul 2017, In : Computers and Operations Research. 83, p. 125-139

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

Decomposition approaches for recoverable robust optimization problems

van den Akker, J. M., Bouman, P. C., Hoogeveen, J. A. & Tönissen, D. D., 16 Jun 2016, In : European Journal of Operational Research. 251, 3, p. 739-750

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review