Dear students and colleagues,

I welcome your interest in the Logistics and Supply Chain Management Department. We are part of the OSCM group at the Technical University of Munich. Get to know our team, courses, and research we are working on - as well as your project study, bachelor &  master theses opportunties.

It is our pleasure to see you soon!



Philipp Berger received the BVL Thesis Award 2019

Annually, the BVL (Bundesvereinigung Logistik) rewards young scientists for their outstanding theses. This year, Philipp Berger was awarded for his Master’s thesis “Data-driven and machine learning-inspired procurement in volatile markets”, supervised by Dr. Christian Mandl. The...[mehr]


Research Stay of Layla Martin at Stanford University

Layla Martin, research associate of the research training group the Advanced Optimization in a Networked Economy (RTG 2201), is currently staying at the Autonomous Systems Lab (Prof. Marco Pavone) at Stanford University, California, USA. Her work with Prof. Pavone focuses on...[mehr]


New student assistant position at our chair - apply now

We are hiring working students for the winter term! Apply until 15.10.2019. For further information see here.[mehr]


Anita Regler received GOR Master Thesis Award 2019

The German Society for Operations Research (GOR) annually awards a prize to excellent master theses in Operations Research. This year, our student Anita Regler was awarded for her thesis entitled “Data-Driven Integrated Production and Maintenance Optimization”. Under the...[mehr]


Stefan Minner appointed Associate Editor at Service Science

Stefan Minner was appointed Associated Editor in the department "Supply Chain Services & Logistics" of the INFORMS journal Service Science. Service Science publishes innovative and original papers on all topics related to service, including work that crosses...[mehr]


New PhD or PostDoc position in our group - apply now!

In the Logistics and Supply Chain Management group, we currently have an open position for a PhD-student or Postdoc in the research area “Operations Research in Logistics”. Apply until 30.09.2019. For more information, see here.[mehr]

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