Helena Ramalhinho had presented the article “Simheuristics for Supply Chain Management” at the IO2015 – XVII Congresso da APDIO “IO & BIG DATA ” in Portalegre, Portugal. This is he international conference organized by APDIO, the Portuguese Association of Operations Research.
Supply Chain Management (SCM) is a relevant topic in today’s business and academia. It is related with the management of all activities along a supply chain. SCM is not just a sum of activities along the supply chain, but aspects as integration and coordination should be taken into account to a better performance. Continue reading
Helena Ramalhinho is visiting the School of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Melbourne. She is working with Alysson Costa. The 8 of July she is giving a talk with title “Heuristics for Supply Chain Management”, on the Discrete Structures and Algorithms Seminar.
After the great seminar of Rubén Ruiz García (Universitat Politècnica de València) at UPF with title “Simple metaheuristics and state-of-the-art performance for combinatorial optimization: Scheduling with Iterated Greedy Algorithms” , Rubén Ruiz, Angel Juan, Martin Gomez Ravetti went for lunch at Restaurante Agua.
The talk around Operations Research, Analytics, Teaching, Research, Scheduling was very interesting.
Helena Ramalhinho (UPF) and her colleague Javier Faulin (UPN) had participate in a debate about transportation in the show “Para todos” at the Spanish National Television (TVE 2).
See the video: Para Todos TVE2 – March 27, 2015
New blog article of Angel Juan (UOC) and Helena Ramalhinho (UPF) at Open Thoughts Ready for a SMARTer World? about …
Business Analytics: Can’t we do it better?
«The algorithms used in Prescriptive Business Analytics processes allow managers to “learn from the future”»
Read my article at the “El blog de la Inclusión y la Diversidad en Accenture” (The inclusion and Diversity Blog of Accenture) about motivating girls to study STEM careers. This is a topic that I am very interested. Enjoy… (the article is in Spanish!!)
¿Cómo motivar a las niñas a estudiar tecnología, matemáticas o una ingeniería?