Loe Schlicher is an assistant professor of Operations Management and Game Theory within the Operations, Planning, Accounting, and Control research group at the department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences. His research focuses on game theory and stochastic optimization, especially in the context of homeland security and defense applications. In 2019, he received the Beta Ph.D. award for the best Ph.D. thesis in Operations Management and Logistics. Loe is also a recipient of 2020 VENI (early career) award from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research and acts as a work package leader of the EU funded project ROLIAC.
Loe Schlicher received a B.Sc. degree in Industrial Engineering in 2011 and an M.Sc. degree in Operations Management and Logistics in 2013, both from Eindhoven University of Technology. After that, he carried out his Ph.D. research (2013-2017) in the Department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences at the same university. In 2018, he moved to The Netherlands Defense Academy where he held a position as assistant professor at the Department of Military Logistics. In April 2020, he started as an assistant professor at the Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences department, in the research group Operations, Planning, Accounting, and Control.
Core nonemptiness of stratified pooling games: a structured markov decision process approachMathematics of Operations Research (2020)
Core allocations for cooperation problems in vaccinationProduction and Operations Management (2020)
Stable allocations for choice-based collaborative price settingEuropean Journal of Operational Research (2022)
Probabilistic resource pooling gamesNaval Research Logistics (2017)
A note on maximal covering location gamesOperations Research Letters (2017)
Current Educational Activities
- (stagair/jong) lid Raad van Commissarissen Rabobank Midden-Limburg, Rabobank