Jeroen Didden is a PHD student in the Operation, Planning, Accounting and Control group in the Department of Industrial Engineering at the Technical University of Eindhoven. His current research focuses on the application of Multi-Agent System to solve complex scheduling problems in High-Mix-Low-Volume production environments. This is done within the project "The Digital Factory of the Future".
Jeroen Didden received his MSc in Mechanical Engineering at the Techincal University of Eindhoven. His master thesis was related to the balancing of assembly lines within the automotive industry.
Decentralized learning multi-agent system for online machine shop scheduling problemJournal of Manufacturing Systems (2023)
Production, Maintenance and Resource SchedulingEuropean Journal of Operational Research (2023)
Workload Control in High-Mix-Low-Volume Factories Through the Use of a Multi-Agent System(2023)
A semi-decentralized control architecture for high-mix-low-volume factories in Industry 4.0Manufacturing Letters (2021)
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