Wilco van den Heuvel is an associate professor at the Econometric Institute of the Erasmus School of Economics. His main research interests are in deterministic production planning, in particular in extensions of the economic lot-sizing model. The focus of the research is on developing efficient algorithms. His work is published in journals like Operations Research, Omega, European Journal of Operational Research, Computers & Operations Research, and Operations Research Letters.
W. Van den Heuvel (2010). Lot-sizing. In J.J. Cochran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Operations Research and Management Science. Wiley
R.B.O. Kerkkamp, W. van den Heuvel & A.P.M. Wagelmans (2017). Robust Pooling for Contracting Models with Asymmetric Information. (Econometric Institute Report Series, no EI2017-10). Rotterdam: Econometric Institute
M.J. Retel Helmrich, Raf Jans, W. Van den Heuvel & A.P.M. Wagelmans (2012). The Economic Lot-Sizing Problem with an Emission Constraint. (Intern rapport, EI report serie, no EI 2011-41). Rotterdam: Econometric Institute
M.J. Retel Helmrich, Raf Jans, W. Van den Heuvel & A.P.M. Wagelmans (2010). Economic lot-sizing with remanufacturing: complexity and efficient formulations. (Preprints, Report serie, no EI 2010-71). Rotterdam: Econometric Institute
W. Van den Heuvel (2004). On the complexity of the economic lot-sizing problem with remanufacturing options. (Intern rapport, Econometric Institute, no EI 2004-46). :
W. Van den Heuvel & A.P.M. Wagelmans (2003). A note on a multi-period profit maximizing model for retail supply chain management. (Intern rapport, Econometric Institute, no EI2003-36). :