(Steef) SL van de Velde

prof.dr. (Steef) SL van de Velde

Professor of Management and Technology

Full Professor RSM - Rotterdam School of Management Department of Technology and Operations Management
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam

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Steef van de Velde is a professor of operations management and technology at Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).

His research interests lie in the areas of operations excellence, service operations, and supply chain management.

He has published in the leading academic journals including, among others, the Management Science, the California Management Review, Operations Research, Mathematical Programming, the INFORMS Journal on Computing, IIE Transactions, and the Journal of Scheduling.

Professor van de Velde holds an MSc in econometrics from the Erasmus School of Economics and a PhD in mathematics and computer science from the Eindhoven University of Technology.

      • M.A. van den Akker, J.A. Hoogeveen & S.L. van de Velde (2005). Applying column generation to machine scheduling. In G Desaulniers & J Desrosiers (Eds.), Column Generation (pp. 303-330). Berlin: Springer
      • J.A. Hoogeveen & S.L. van de Velde (1997). Scheduling with target start times. In W.K. Klein Haneveld, O.J. Vrieze & L.C.M. Kallenberg (Eds.), Ten years LNMB Ph.D. research and graduate courses of the Dutch Network of Operation Research (Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatie CWI/TRACT, 122) (pp. 45-53). Amsterdam: Stichting Mathematisch Centrum
      • J.A. Hoogeveen, J.K. Lenstra & S.L. van de Velde (1997). Sequencing and scheduling. In M. Dell'Amico & F. Maffioli (Eds.), Annotated bibliographies in combinatorial optimization (Interscience series in discrete mathematics and optimization) (pp. 181-197). Chichester: Wiley
      • S.L. van de Velde (Ed.). (1998-1998) Journal of Scheduling.
        • M.J. Huijsman, J. van Hillegersberg, J.M. Moonen, S.L. van de Velde, J.F.F. Becker & T. Verduyn (2003). Intelligent Agents in supply chains: An explorative study. (Extern rapport, Project MG - 21, no MG-02.224). Delft, the Netherlands: Connekt
        • A. Cachet, M.R.A. Oskam, L.S. Peereboom, S.L. van de Velde & A. van Sluis (2000). Tussen beleid en uitvoering. Operationele inzetplanning bij de politie Rotterdam-Rijnmond. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: EBSC
        • N. Gademann & S.L. van de Velde (1997). Positioning autoated guided vehicles in a loop layout. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 31(13)). : ERIM
        • J.A. Hoogeveen & S.L. van de Velde (1997). A single machine scheduling model for coordinating logistics activities in a simple supply chain. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 30(13)). : ERIM
        • M. Wang, S. Sethi, C. Sriskandarajah & S.L. van de Velde (1997). Minimizing makespan in flowshops with pallet requirements: computational complexity. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 32(13)). : ERIM
        • R.K. Congram, C.N. Potts & S.L. van de Velde (1999). An iterated dynasearch algorithm for the single-machine total weighted tardiness scheduling problem. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 04-1999). :
        • S.L. van de Velde & J.A. Hoogeveen (1998). Combining column generation and lagrangean relaxation. An application to a single-machine common due date scheduling problem. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 36-1998). : ERIM
        • G.J. Meester, J.M.J. Schutten, S.L. van de Velde & W.H.M. Zijm (1998). Shop floor scheduling in discrete parts manufacturing. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 50-1998). :
        • M. Wang, S. Sethi, C. Sriskandarajah, S.L. van de Velde & J.A. Hoogeveen (1998). Minimizing makespan in a pallet-constrained flowshop. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 52-1998). :
        • S.L. van de Velde (1998). A time-based planning & control framework for discrete parts manufacturing environments. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 35-1998). : ERIM
        • S.L. van de Velde (1998). Production planning and scheduling of a cast-to-stock metal foundry. (Intern rapport, Management Report Series, no 37-1998). : ERIM
      • A. Alfieri, S.L. van de Velde & G.J. Woeginger (2005). Roll cutting in the curtain industry. In Algorithms - ESA 2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 283-292). Springer
  • Decision Science & Operations PT

    Decision Science & Operations PT
    Year level
    • Shuyu Zhou

    • Nynke Faber

      Structuring Warehouse Management: Exploring the fit between warehouse characteristics and warehouse planning and control structure, and its effect on warehouse performance
    • Stefanie Brix

      Mind the Gap between Demand and Supply: A behavioral perspective on demand forecasting
    • Evsen Korkmaz

      Bridging Models and Business: Understanding heterogeneity in hidden drivers of customer purchase behavior
    • Mathijn Jan Retel Helmrich

      Green Lot-Sizing
    • Jose Larco Martinelli

      Incorporating Worker-Specific Factors in Operations Management Models
    • Jordan Srour

      Dissecting Drayage: An Examination of Structure, Information, and Control in Drayage Operations
    • Xiandong Zhang

      Scheduling with Time Lags
    • Michele Acciaro

      Bundling Strategies in Global Supply Chains
    • Enzo Defilippi

      Access Regulation for Naturally Monopolistic Port Terminals: Lessons from Regulated Network Industries
    • Michiel Nijdam

      Leader Firms: The value of companies for the competitiveness of the Rotterdam seaport cluster
    • Yeming Gong

      Stochastic Modelling and Analysis of Warehouse Operations
    • Jiaqi Yang

      Towards the Restructuring and Co-ordination Mechanisms for the Architecture of Chinese Transport Logistics
    • Niels Agatz

      Demand Management in E-Fulfillment
    • Ferdinand Jaspers

      Organizing Systemic Innovation
    • Mengfei Yu

      Enhancing Warehouse Performance by Efficient Order Picking
    • Hendrik Brumme

      Capability Switching along the Technology Life Cycle in Local Manufacturing within the High-Tech Electronics Industry
    • Ramina Samii

      Leveraging Logistics Partnerships: Lessons from Humanitarian Organizations
    • Bas Verheijen

      Vendor-Buyer Coordination in Supply Chains
    • René van der Eijk

      Behind Networks: Knowledge Transfer, Favor Exchange and Performance
    • Hans Moonen

      Multi-Agent Systems for Transportation Planning and Coordination
    • Elfriede Krauth

      Real-time Planning Support: A Task-technology Fit Perspective
    • Uladzimir Radkevitch

      Online Reverse Auctions for Procurement of Services
    • Piet van der Vlist

      Synchronizing the Retail Supply Chain
    • Bob Kijkuit

      Social Networks in the Front End: The Organizational Life of an Idea
    • Floortje Blindenbach-Driessen

      Innovation Management in Project-Based Firms
    • Tuan Le Anh

      Intelligent Control of Vehicle-Based Internal Transport Systems
    • Tho Le Duc

      Design and Control of Efficient Order Picking Processes
    • Marcel van Assen

      Empirical Studies in Discrete Parts Manufacturing Management
    • Leon Peeters

      Cyclic Railway Timetable Optimization
    • Iris Vis

      Planning and Control Concepts for Material Handling Systems
    • Kees Jan Roodbergen

      Layout and Routing Methods for Warehouses
    • Robert van der Meer

      Operational Control of Internal Transport
    • Dolores Romero-Morales

      Optimization Problems in Supply Chain Management
  • Journal of Scheduling

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    Operations Research Letters

    Special Section Editor
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  • Full Professor

    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    RSM - Rotterdam School of Management
    Department of Technology and Operations Management
  • Dinalog - The Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics

    Scientific Director
    Obtained Wage
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