prof.dr. (Rob) RA Zuidwijk

prof.dr. (Rob) RA Zuidwijk

Professor of Global Supply Chains and Ports

Full professor Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Department of Technology and Operations Management
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T09-22
Email
rzuidwijk@rsm.nl
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Rob Zuidwijk is professor of Global Supply Chains and Ports at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM). The chair focuses on three topics: coordination for sustainable global supply chains, synchromodal transport networks (a flexible and integral deployment of different modes of transport on a network to better meet customer demand and sustainability objectives), and inter-organisational systems in logistics. His work has been published in journals like California Management Review, Transportation Science, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management, Communications of the ACM, and Production and Operations Management. He has participated and coordinated funded research projects in the area of international logistics and container transport. He teaches freight transport systems, intermodal transportation, international logistics and global supply chain management, and inter-organizational systems in logistics to BSc, MSc, and PhD students, and he is also involved in post-experience courses. Professor Rob Zuidwijk makes a significant contribution to Smartport, a strong research community in port-related research for which RSM and EUR are one of the main stakeholders. He is also Captain of Science of the Topsector Logistics in the Netherlands. Professor Zuidwijk received his PhD in Mathematics from Erasmus University and has held a one-year visiting position at the University of California at Los Angeles.

Ab Ovo Nederland BV

Start date approval
December 2019
End date approval
December 2022
Place
CAPELLE AAN DEN IJSSEL
Description
Barge Logistics

Economische Zaken

Start date approval
December 2019
End date approval
December 2022
Place
DEN HAAG
Description
Captain of Science, Topsector Logistiek

Higher School of Economics St Petersburg

Start date approval
December 2019
End date approval
December 2022
Place
ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIAN F
Description
Lecture series Global Supply Chains and Logistics

Research center at Khalifa University

Start date approval
December 2019
End date approval
December 2022
Place
ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB
Description
advisory steering board for center Digital SC&OM

Verdonck, Klooster & Associates

Start date approval
December 2019
End date approval
December 2022
Place
ZOETERMEER
Description
Sounding board for project

Vakmedianet

Start date approval
January 2020
End date approval
January 2023
Place
DOETINCHEM
Description
College over duurzame supply chains

Port Management and Maritime Logistics

Level
minor
Year
2021
Year Level
minor
Course Code
FEB53107M

Global Sustainable Supply Chains

Year
2021
Year Level
master, IM/CEMS, Exchange, ERIM
Course Code
BM02SCM

Ports in global networks

Year
2021
Year Level
master, master, master, master
Course Code
BMME074

  • Cerag Pince

    Advances in Inventory Management Dynamic Models
  • Muhammad Jalil

    Customer Information Driven After Sales Service Management: Lessons from Spare Parts Logistics
  • Jordan Srour

    Dissecting Drayage: An Examination of Structure, Information, and Control in Drayage Operations
  • Morteza Pourakbar

    End-of-Life Inventory Decisions of Service Parts
  • Meditya Wasesa

    Agent-based Inter-organizational Systems in Advanced Logistics Operations
  • Yixin Lu

    Data-Driven Decision Making in Auction Markets
  • Panagiotis Ypsilantis

    The Design, Planning and Execution of Sustainable Intermodal Port-hinterland Transport Networks
  • Panagiotis Ypsilantis

    The Design, Planning and Execution of Sustainable Intermodal Port-hinterland Transport Networks
  • Irina Romochkina

    When interests collide: Understanding and modeling interests alignment using fair pricing in the context of interorganizational information systems
  • Judith Mulder

    Network Design and Robust Scheduling in Liner Shipping
  • Xishu Li

    Dynamic Decision Making under Supply Chain Competition
  • Alp Arslan

    Operational Strategies for On-demand Delivery Services
  • Rick Hollen

    Exploratory Studies into Strategies to Enhance Innovation-Driven International Competitiveness in a Port Context: Toward Ambidextrous Ports
  • Anirudh Kishore Bhoopalam

    Truck Platooning: Planning and behaviour
  • Hobbs White

    Heterogeneous Capacity Planning in Synchromodal Transport
  • Alberto Giudici

    Collaborative planning of reliable intermodal service networks
  • Camill Harter

    Network performance under emergent behaviour in hinterland container shipping: A complex networks perspective
  • Katharina Badenhausen

    PhD Positions in Supply Chain Management
  • Bart van Riessen

    Optimal Transportation Plans and Portfolios for Synchromodal Container Networks
  • Tim Lamballais Tessensohn

    Optimizing the Performance of Robotic Mobile Fulfillment Systems
  • Linh Nguyen

    PhD positions in Supply Chain Management
  • Ebrahim Mohammadi Hosein Hajlou

    Adoption of Connected & Automated Transport (CAT) Solutions in the Logistics Industry
  • Gert-Jaap Polinder

    New models and applications for railway timetabling
  • Kaveh Azadeh

    Robotized Warehouses: Design and Performance Analysis
  • Johann Hartleb

    Public Transport and Passengers - Optimization Models that Consider Travel Demand
  • Roger Louis de Jong

    PhD positions in Supply Chain Management
  • Mathijs van Zon

    Cost Allocation in Collaborative Transportation

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