Quantitative methods for decision support and Operations Research
The work will consist of the development of optimisation methods for two-dimensional cutting problems with uncertainty. This goal should be met by generating solutions that are more robust regarding the variability induced by uncertainty and, when replanning is needed, by guaranteeing that the changes in the already defined cutting plans are minimised: robust planning and optimised replanning. Further information: https://sites.google.com/gcloud.fe.up.pt/delta-cp
PhD with a thesis in Operational Research.
Minimum profile required
Relevant scientific CV regarding approaching and solving combinatorial optimisation problems. Proficiency in English language, in writing and speaking and object-oriented programming languages.
PhD thesis in cutting and packing problems, in particular two-dimensional cutting problems. Published papers in this research area. Proved teamwork capacities. Autonomy.
Since 12 Jan 2022 to 25 Jan 2022
Cluster / Centre
Industrial and Systems Engineering / Industrial Engineering and Management