Each year, Catharina Hospital Eindhoven organizes a Science Event in which state-of-the-art research done in collaboration with diverse partners is presented. One of these partners is the Information Systems group of the Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences, where there is long-term collaboration on healthcare analytics and healthcare process support.
This year, the annual CZE Science Event took place on April 5th, 2018. The best poster prize was won by Saskia van Loon, PhD student within the Data Science flagship of the IMPULS program and the Information Systems group. Saskia researches the possibilities of using ‘big data’ in supporting medical decision making. In her prize-winning poster, Saskia developed a metabolic health index to quantify the health status of bariatric patients with co-morbidities. The work in collaboration with the Department of Biomedical Technology can help monitor the generic health status of patients over the long-term after an operative intervention.
Every year the Dutch Organization for Scientific Research NWO organizes the ICT.OPEN conference for researchers to share their accomplishments and work in ICT research with industry. The event also encourages researchers to pitch their technology and show its potential for industry during the event in Poster and Research Presentations. This year, two PhD candidates of the IS group – Jason Rhuggenaath and Raoul Nuijten – presented their research to the ICT community. And with success: Raoul Nuijten won the Award for Best Poster Presentation in the category Health. The poster exhibited recent research on the eHealth platform GameBus.
Qing Chuan Ye and Yingqian Zhang received a “Best Paper Award for 2017” from Omega-International Journal of Management Science.
The award-winning paper “Fair task allocation in transportation”, co-authored with Rommert Dekker, is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/j.omega.2016.05.005.
The paper studies a max-min fair, minimum-cost task allocation problem in transportation. It proposes an efficient algorithm for allocating tasks and resources in a fair way among players. The experiments show that often fairness comes with a very small price in terms of cost. In many cases such as applications in Sharing Economy, such a fair allocation algorithm is more socially desired than the classical cost minimization ones.
Every year, Industria organizes the Education Awards ceremony. Awards will be handed out to the best lecturers of 2015-2016 in the categories: Propedeuse (First year Bachelor), Post-propedeuse (second and third year Bachelor), Operations Management and Logistics, Innovation Management and for Talent.
From our the Information Systems Group Rik Eshuis, Irene Vanderfeesten, Pieter Van Gorp & Remco Dijkman and Jonnro Erasmus are amongst the nominees!
Rik is nominated for Propedeuse, Irene for Post propedeuse, Pieter & Remco for Operations Master Management and Logistics and last but certainly not least Jonnro for the Talent Award.
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3 November 2016; The drink starts at 16.00h, and the official ceremony starts at 17.00h.
The Villa, Eindhoven
Romain Emens received the second price in the ESTIEM 1st European Master Thesis Award contest from the scientific jury. The topic of his thesis is the dynamic visualisation of business process models. Romain graduated in October 2014 in the Information Systems group and was supervised by dr.ir. Irene Vanderfeesten en prof.dr.ir. Hajo Reijers. A digital copy of his thesis may be found here: http://alexandria.tue.nl/extra2/afstversl/tm/Emens_2015.pdf
All award winners are:
1st price (€1000): Koos de Glas – Medical Inventory Management in Developing Countries
2nd price (€500): Romain Emens – A dynamic visualisation of business process models for process participants
3rd price (€250): Otto Mertanen – Innovation Opportunity Mapping: MFC film as a packaging barrier
More information on the ESTIEM 1st European Master Thesis Award can be found on: https://www.estiem.org/default.aspx?PageId=2616 .
Pieter Van Gorp received the Industria Education Award for Post propedeuse 2014! (2nd and 3rd year Bachelor).
Last year’s Post propedeuse award winner Irene Vanderfeesten hands over the award to Pieter.
Every year, Industria organizes the Education Awards ceremony. Awards will be handed out to the best lecturers of 2013-2014 in the categories: Propedeuse (First year Bachelor), Post-propedeuse (second and third year Bachelor), Operations Management and Logistics, Innovation Management and for Talent.
Uzay Kaymak, Pieter Van Gorp, Remco Dijkman and Bilge Celik are amongst the nominees! Uzay is nominated for Propedeuse, Pieter for Post propedeuse, Remco for Operations Management and Logistics and last but certainly not least Bilge for the Talenaward.
30 October 2014; The drink starts at 16.00h, and the official ceremony starts at 17.00h.
The Villa, Eindhoven
After reviewing the papers presented during ICSEA 2013, The Eighth International Conference on Software Engineering Advances, held in Venice, Italy – October 27 – November 1, 2013, the paper “Data From Configuration Management Tools As Sources” has been awarded as one of the top papers. The paper is written by Jana Šamalíková, Rob Kusters, Jos Trienekens & Ton Weijters!
Anouk Suntjens (TU/e supervisor Pieter Van Gorp) won the VMBI-MIM Future Award 2013. Title of the thesis: “Knowledge Translation and Maintenance in health care: Identification of the requirements for tool support”.
More information of the MIC 2013 program
Irene Vanderfeesten received the Industria Education Award for Post propedeuse! (2nd and 3rd year Bachelor)
Commissaris Onderwijs Loek Jongen:
“Ms Vanderfeesten, Congratulations! From the way you give your lecturers, students feel that you are highly motivated and passionate about your area of research. You really want to help your students, and during instructions, you give critical, constructive critisism. In your lectures, you combine theory and practice, by for example inviting guest lecturers. Students think you are a nice and pleasant person, easy going, very flexible and approachable. Some give the Industria Business Trip as an example. To sum up: you are passionate, helpful and friendly. Congratulations!”