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Operations group

01 July 2011


Prof.dr. R.H. (Ruud) Teunter & Prof.dr. I.F.A. (Iris) Vis


Topics of interest:

  • Maintenance, process improvement and information management in the energy industry.
  • Analyses to enable accessibility to and efficient usage of new sustainable fuels, like (Bio-)LNG, for all modes of transport.
  • Approach: operations research/operations management.


Warse Klingenberg, associate professor of Operations († December 2, 2013) Ruud Teunter , professor of Operations Research Iris Vis , professor of Industrial Engineering Jasper Veldman , assistant professor of Operations Management Wilfred Alsem , lecturer Technology and Operations Management.

The group works together with a number of partners: Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM) B.V ., Stork Asset Management Solutions , Energy Delta Institute (EDI) , Investerings- en Ontwikkelingsmaatschappij voor Noord-Nederland , Gasunie , Wärtsilä , Stork Technical Services , Essent , NedTrain , Sitech Services , ORTEC , BP , SPIE-Industry , Oliveira , SABIC , Groningen Seaports , GDF Suez , Jan de Rijk Logistics , Vopak , Feederlines , Intermodal Solutions , oliehandel Klaas de Boer , Ecos Energie , and the Ubbo Emmius Fonds .

Current projects

Past projects

  • European Regions for Innovative Productivity, ERIP, EU-project in the Northsea region, with nine European partners, incl. Newcastle University Business School and the University of Ghent.  
  • Process improvement mechanisms, with dr. Jasper Veldman , dr. Warse Klingenberg and prof. Gerard Gaalman, among others.
  • Asset information standards in the process industry, with dr. Jan Braaksma and dr. Warse Klingenberg, among others.
  • Reliability-centered Maintenance, with dr. Jan Braaksma, dr. Warse Klingenberg and dr. Aljar Meesters , among others.
  • Condition-based Maintenance, with prof. Hans Wortmann , dr.Warse Klingenberg, dr. Jos Bokhorst , dr. Javid Koochaki.
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