Simon Voorberg was a PhD student at the department of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences between November 2017 and June 2022. He received his BSc degree in Industrial Engineering and his MSc degree in Industrial and Applied Mathematics, both from Eindhoven University of Technology. His research was part of a combined project between the fields of Business Process Management and Maintenance Logistics under the supervision of Geert-Jan Van Houtum, Willem van Jaarsveld and Rik Eshuis. The project focused on real-time decision support for semi-structured data-driven processes. In May 2023, Simon obtained his PhD degree with his thesis titled Optimization of Information Acquisition for Decision-Intensive Processes.
Information Acquisition for Service Contract Quotations Made by Repair ShopsEuropean Journal of Operational Research (2023)
Policies for the dynamic traveling maintainer problem with alertsEuropean Journal of Operational Research (2023)
Decisions for information or information for decisions? Optimizing information gathering in decision-intensive processesDecision Support Systems (2021)
Decision support for declarative artifact-centric process models(2019)
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