Group for Research in Decision Analysis
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Associated member, GERAD

Professor of Operations and Supply Chain Management, TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich, Germany


Jun 2014 – Sep 2017
Ph.D. Logistics Networks with Intermediate Stops-Designing Innovative and Green Solutions
RWTH Aachen University, G. Walther, director, Gilbert Laporte, co-director

Cahiers du GERAD

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Vehicle routing and location-routing with intermediate stops: A review
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To appear in: Transportation Science, 2017 BibTeX reference


Maximilian Schiffer, an associate member of GERAD, received the best doctoral thesis award during the 2018 INFORMS Annual Meeting in Phoenix that took place on November 2018. This award is the oldest and most prestigious honor for doctoral dissertations in the transportation science and logistics area. The award includes a plaque and cash prize.

His thesis entitled "Logistics Networks with Intermediate Stops, Innovative Design and Green Solutions", was defended in August 2017 at RWTH Aachen. It was directed by Michael Schneider and Gilbert Laporte.