Sonja Rohmer is currently working as an Assistant Professor within the Operations, Planning, Accounting and Control Group (OPAC) at Eindhoven University of Technology. Focusing on real-world applications of Operations Research approaches, her research interests are in the modelling and analysis of more sustainable supply chains, transportation systems as well as innovative logistics concepts. In particular, she intends to address today's challenges by investigating different planning aspects related to the future provision of food and the logistical challenges in an urbanising world. This includes the study of last mile logistics and metropolitan solutions for food and perishables as well as the potential of new technology and innovative supply chain concepts within the context of food and agriculture.
Sonja Rohmer received her PhD in Operations Research and Logistics from Wageningen University in September 2019. During her PhD, she was a visiting scholar at CIRRELT in Montreal, Canada, as well as Dalian Maritime University in China and CHulalongkorn University in Thailand. She also holds a BSc in Management Science and Economics from the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, and a MRes degree in Computer Aided Decision Support from Polytech Tours in France.
Inventory decisions for ameliorating products under consideration of stochastic demandInternational Journal of Production Economics (2022)
Production routing for perishable productsOmega : The International Journal of Management Science (2022)
A production and distribution framework: Manufacturer dominatesComputers & Industrial Engineering (2021)
A two-echelon inventory routing problem for perishable productsComputers and Operations Research (2019)
Sustainable supply chain design in the food system with dietary considerationsEuropean Journal of Operational Research (2019)
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