23rd IEEE EDOC Conference Workshop proceedings 2019

An agent-based process mining architecture for emergent behavior analysis

Workshop paper

Bemthuis, R. H., Koot, M., Mes, M. R., Bukhsh, F. A., Iacob, M. E., & Meratnia, N. (2019). An agent-based process mining architecture for emergent behavior analysis. In 2019 IEEE 23rd International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Workshop (EDOCW) (pp. 54-64). IEEE.

23rd IEEE EDOC Conference 2019

Towards a Framework for Smart Resilient Logistics

Doctoral consortium paper (Koot, 2019)

Koot, M. (2019). Towards a framework for smart resilient logistics. In 2019 IEEE 23rd International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Workshop (EDOCW) (pp. 202-207). IEEE.

23rd IEEE EDOC Conference 2019

Business Logic for Resilient Supply Chain Logistics

Doctoral consortium paper (Bemthuis, 2019)

Bemthuis, R. (2019). Business Logic for Resilient Supply Chain Logistics. In 2019 IEEE 23rd International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Workshop (EDOCW) (pp. 190-195). IEEE.

Bachelor thesis (Industrial Engineering & Management)

Automation and Increased use of Carrier Data to Improve the Process of Ocean Carrier Selection

Master thesis (Auke Rasing, 2018)

This research improves and redesigns the carrier selection and contracting process at a Logistics Service Provider (LSP). The research is supported with a working software prototype.

Master thesis (Business Information Technology)

The Design and Implementation of Situation Aware Smart Logistics in Perishable Food Transportation

Master thesis (Gilang Charismadiptya, 2018)

The purpose of this study is to investigate the necessary requirements, the design, and the performance of situation-aware smart logistics for the perishable food industry. Situation-aware smart logistics is a concept to improve the awareness of the decision maker regarding the condition of the items during the transportation. The designed system has the capability to detect deviation from the normal process and present the deviation to the decision maker to be handled. The ArchiMate design language is used to describe the architecture. The outcome of this project can be used for reducing the time to mitigate exception caused by transportation exception.

Bachelor thesis (Industrial Engineering & Management)

Improving the Container Planning (Process), by Means of a Planning Tool

Bachelor thesis (Job van der Tas, 2018)

The logistics service provider in this thesis is experiencing an increase in workload. Also, their container planning (process) is not optimal. The goal of this thesis is to digitise and automate part of the planning process, to improve both the planning and the process. After analysing the current process and its problems, a solution was drawn up. The solution is a planning tool which digitise part of the planning process and which calculates a time window for each container.