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Joris Wagenaar is an assistant professor of Business Analytics/ Operations Research at Tilburg University. His research focus cover various fields in transportation and optimization. In particular, he is interested in doing research to many problems  in either railway transportation or multimodal transportation. Furthermore, Joris recently got involved in research to optimize the food supply chain for World Food Programme. 

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  1. Exact decomposition approaches for a single container loading problem…

    Delorme, M., & Wagenaar, J. C. (2024). Exact decomposition approaches for a single container loading problem with stacking constraints and medium-sized weakly heterogeneous items. Omega: International journal of management science, 125, Article 103039. Advance online publication.
  2. Better Routing in Developing Regions - Weather and Satellite-Informed…

    Stienen, V., den Hertog, D., Wagenaar, J. C., & Zegher, J. F. (2023). Better Routing in Developing Regions: Weather and Satellite-Informed Road Speed Prediction. (CentER Discussion Paper; Vol. 2023-025). CentER, Center for Economic Research.
  3. Transportation asset acquisition under a newsvendor model with cuttin…

    Wagenaar, J. C., Fragkos, I., & Faro, W. L. C. (2023). Transportation asset acquisition under a newsvendor model with cutting-stock restrictions: Approximation and decomposition algorithms. Transportation Science, 57(3), 778-795.
  4. Enhancing Digital Road Networks for Better Operations in Developing C…

    Stienen, V., den Hertog, D., Wagenaar, J. C., & de Zegher, J. F. (2022). Enhancing Digital Road Networks for Better Operations in Developing Countries. (CentER Discussion Paper; Vol. 2022-014). CentER, Center for Economic Research.
  5. Forecasting the spread of SARS-CoV-2 is inherently ambiguous given th…

    Koenen, M., Balvert, M., Brekelmans, R., Fleuren, H. A., Stienen, V., & Wagenaar, J. C. (2021). Forecasting the spread of SARS-CoV-2 is inherently ambiguous given the current state of virus research. PLOS ONE, 16(3 March), Article e0245519.

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