prof.dr. (Dennis) D Huisman

Biography

Dennis Huisman is a part-time professor Public Transport Optimization at the Econometric Institute, Erasmus School of Economics (ESE). Professor Huisman's current research focuses on Operations Research models and techniques that can support the planning and operations of a railway operator in relation to complex logistical issues. He combines his role at ESE with that of expertise manager logistic processes at Netherlands Railways. He was a member of Netherlands Railways team that won the Franz Edelman Award, also known as the Super Bowl of Operations Research, in 2008. Professor Huisman is a co-founder of the Erasmus Center for Optimization in Public Transport. He was co-chair of the conference OR2013 (International Conference on Operations Research) in Rotterdam. He obtained his PhD from Erasmus University Rotterdam in 2004. His PhD thesis dealt with integrated and dynamic vehicle and crew scheduling.

Erasmus School of Economics

Endowed professor | Econometrics
Email
huisman@ese.eur.nl
Room
ET-47
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

Erasmus School of Economics

Associate professor | Econometrics
Email
huisman@ese.eur.nl
Room
ET-47
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

Work

  • Leo Kroon, Dennis Huisman, Gábor Maroti & A Schrijver (2008) - ERIM Impact in Practice Award
  • Leo Kroon, Dennis Huisman, Gábor Maroti, M. Fischetti, P.J. Fioole, E.J.W. Abbink, A Schrijver, A. Steenbeek & R. Ybema (2008) - INFORMS Edelman Award
  • Leo Kroon, Dennis Huisman, Gábor Maroti, M. Fischetti, E.J.W. Abbink, A Schrijver, A. Steenbeek & R. Ybema (2008) - INFORMS Edelman Award
  • Leo Kroon, Dennis Huisman, Gábor Maroti, M. Fischetti, P.J. Fioole, E.J.W. Abbink, A Schrijver, A. Steenbeek & R. Ybema (2008) - INFORMS Edelman Award

Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS)

Start date approval
April 2022
End date approval
April 2025
Place
UTRECHT
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aanstelling 3 dgn/wk

Seminar Logistic Case Studies

Level
master
Year Level
master
Year
2022
Course Code
FEM21033

Introductory Seminar Econometrics

Level
bachelor 2
Year Level
bachelor 2
Year
2022
Course Code
FEB22009

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bachelor 3
Year Level
bachelor 3
Year
2022
Course Code
FEB22009Q

Intro Seminar Econometrics (pre-master)

Level
pre-master
Year Level
pre-master
Year
2022
Course Code
FEB22009S

Introductory Seminar Econometrics

Year Level
bachelor 2, bachelor 3
Year
2022
Course Code
FEB22009X

Inform Internship & Minor (econometrics)

Year
2022
Course Code
FEB62011

Internship Hub

Year
2022
Course Code
FEB63017

  • Daniel Potthoff

    Railway Crew Rescheduling: Novel Approaches and Extensions
  • Lars Nielsen

    Rolling Stock Rescheduling in Passenger Railways
  • Twan Dollevoet

    Delay Management and Dispatching in Railways
  • Remy Spliet

    Vehicle Routing with Uncertain Demand
  • Evelien van der Hurk

    Passengers, Information, and Disruptions
  • Paul Bouman

    Passengers, Crowding and Complexity
  • Joris Wagenaar

    Practice Oriented Algorithmic Disruption Management in Passenger Railways
  • Harwin de Vries

    Evidence-Based Optimization in Humanitarian Logistics
  • Erwin Abbink

    Crew Management in Passenger Rail Transport
  • Thomas Breugem

    Crew Planning at Netherlands Railways: Improving Fairness, Attractiveness, and Efficiency
  • Gert-Jaap Polinder

    New models and applications for railway timetabling
  • Rowan Hoogervorst

    Improving the Scheduling and Rescheduling of Rolling Stock: Solution Methods and Extensions
  • Johann Hartleb

    Public Transport and Passengers - Optimization Models that Consider Travel Demand
  • Rolf van Lieshout

    Integration, Decentralization and Self-Organization: Towards Better Public Transport
  • Mette Wagenvoort

    Optimal planning of dispersed operations in urban coastal environments
  • Bart van Rossum

    Integrated Railway Planning
  • Pedro José Correia Duarte

    Algorithms for Railway Timetabling
  • Mathijs van Zon

    Cost Allocation in Collaborative Transportation
  • Danny (Jia Hui) Zhu

    Models and Algorithms for railway rolling stock (re)scheduling

News regarding prof.dr. (Dennis) D Huisman

The permanent effects of covid on public transport

Now that covid is hardly seen in society, this is not the case for public transport. What are the consequences for public transport?
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How European train travel can be made easier and more affordable

Dennis Huisman discusses in an article by Erasmus Magazine in which ways European train travel may be rendered less expensive and less complicated.
Dennis Huisman

How can algorithms help improve train services during disruptions?

Every railway passenger will experience that trains do not always run on time. In this article, professor Huisman explains the use of algorithms for the better.

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