Prof. Steef van de Velde

Steef van de Velde

Dean RSM & Professor of Management and Technology
Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Profile

Steef van de Velde is a professor of operations management and technology and the dean of 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.

Professional experience

Dean

Erasmus University Rotterdam
RSM - Rotterdam School of Management

Full Professor

Erasmus University Rotterdam
RSM - Rotterdam School of Management

Publications

Professional Publications (7)

  • M.C. Schippers, L. Rook & S.L. van de Velde (2011). Crisis performance predictability in supply chains. RSM Insight, 7 (3), 10-11.
  • 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
  • S.L. van de Velde, W.H.M. Zijm & M.F. van Assen (2001). De onoverkomelijkheden van de MRP-paradigma: planning biinen een tijdgebaseerde versus kostengebaseerde bedrijfsvoering. Bedrijfskunde, 73 (4), 55-64.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

Scholarly Publications (35)

Other (6)

  • 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 (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
  • 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
  • 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). :
  • 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). :

Recognitions

Editorial positions (2)

  • Operations Research Letters

    Special Section Editor

  • Journal of Scheduling

    Editor

Side positions

  • Dinalog - The Dutch Institute for Advanced Logistics

    Scientific Director

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