We analyze large, dynamic logistics networks and mobility systems and develop new mathematical models and computational methods for efficient coordination and resource allocation among multiple agents.

Our work is at the intersection of mathematics, computer science, and management science, driven by exciting applications in airport operations, auction mechanisms for network procurement, autonomous mobility, carsharing systems, production planning, vehicle routing, warehousing & e-commerce.

The PhD program is jointly hosted by the School of Management, Department of Computer Science, and Department of Mathematics at TUM. We are funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG) as a "Research Training Group".

AdONE Seminar: Thibaut Vidal (Rio de Janeiro)

In our latest seminar, Thibaut Vidal (University of Rio de Janeiro) presented his latest work on computing born-again tree ensembles.

Layla Martin defended her PhD thesis

AdONE member Layla Martin defended her PhD thesis on November 26, and recevied a summa cum laude. Great work, Layla!

GOR Master's Thesis Prize for Pia Ammann

AdONE member Pia Ammann received this year's Master’s Thesis Prize by the GOR (Gesellschaft für Operations Research). Congratulations, Pia!

INFORMS Best working paper: Honorable mention

Recent work of Frank Hage, Sebastian Schiffels, and Martin Grunow received an Honorable Mention at the INFORMS Behavioural Operations Management 2020 Best Working Paper Award.

President of INFORMS Section on Auctions and Market Design

Martin Bichler is now the president-elect of the INFORMS Section on Auctions and Market Design.