As promotor

Academic year 2021-2022:

  • Using Artificial Intelligence in the tertiary industry to improve employees’ well-being: the role of managers (John Kabbas and Mark Feghali)
  • A survey on post-pandemic supply chain management (Yuer Yang and Kai Wang )
  • Sports Naming: The phenomenon of naming in the sports industry (Anthony Moubarak and Samir Machaalany)
  • Using Artificial Intelligence in the tertiary industry to improve employees’ well-being: the role of managers (Victor Burgun and Benjamin Simonet)
  • Can Agile and Traditional project management approaches coexist in order to increase IT projects effectiveness? (Ramzi Cherif)

Academic year 2020-2021:

  • Development and Implementation of a Digital Strategy for Fitness Clubs (Mohamed Aziz Ben Slimane, Gauresh Mathur)
  • How the leader of French sport retail industry, DECATHLON, is coping with Covid19? (Marianne Bunot)
  • Assessing the economic interest for emerging countries to host major sports events (Theo Le Goff and Simon Andorre)
  • Implementation of blockchain technology in food supply chain to increase traceability and enhancing food safety in mass markets (Sai Akash Gurijala and Shubham Jaiswal)
  • Can machine learning improve demand forecasting in supply chains? (Preston De Melo, Pierre Moreau)
  • When artificial intelligence meets project management: exploring its implication and associated challenges (Tejas Shinde and Akankshasingh Pradhan)

Academic year 2019-2020:

  • Global view on Living Kidney Exchange (Astrid Vandeperre)
  • Assigning assessors to master thesis defenses based on preferences: how to come to a fair assignment (Gitte Fonteyn)

Academic year 2018-2019:

  • Outsourcing in project management: A literature review (Eléonore Van Marcke)

As work-leader

Academic year 2017-2018:

  • Movie shooting scheduling with sequence-dependent setup times. (Lucas Bruggeman)

Academic year 2016-2017:

  • Schedule picking procedure for the proactive-reactive RCPSP (Ruben Tillie)

Academic year 2015-2016:

  • Robust talent scheduling. (Wouter Vanheukelom)
  • Detection of outliers using combinatorial optimization. (Wouter Biesmans)
  • An empirical study on backorders. (An Leurs)

Academic year 2014-2015:

  • Inventory in motion: Possibilities to benefit from transportation as a means of storage and actively directing goods. (Benjamin Vercammen)

Academic year 2013-2014:

  • State-of-the-art of Service Operations Management: A literature review (Jeroen D’Huys)

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