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List of PhD graduates

By: Straumsheim Jens Petter | Published: 14.02.2013 13:57:49

2013

Uttam Kumar Regmi graduated for PhD in logistics 4 February 2013. The thesis is titled "Essays on air transport marketing and economics", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Current developments and future trends in airport ownership and governance". Main supervisor has been Associate professor Nigel Halpern. 
See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.

2012 

Richard Glavee-Geo graduated for PhD in logistics 19 December 2012. The thesis is titled "The antecedents and consequences of supplier satisfaction in agro-commodity value chain: an empirical study of smallholder cocoa growers of Ghana", and the subject of the trial lecture was "A discussion on firms’ responses to disappointing incidents, such as partner underperformance or opportunism, in supply chain relationships ". Main supervisor has been Professor Arnt Buvik. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Guillaume Lanquepin graduated for PhD in logistics 23 November 2012. The thesis is titled "Algorithms for dynamic pricing and lot sizing", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Revenue management in the airline industry – problems and solutions". Main supervisor has been Associate professor Asmund Olstad.  See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Feifei Qin graduated for PhD in logistics 26 October 2012. The thesis is titled "Essays on efficient operational strategy of urban rail transit", and the subject of the trial lecture was "The incentive properties of different forms of urban transport financing and regulation". Main supervisor has been Professor Svein Bråthen.
See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Fubin Qian graduated for PhD in logistics 28 March 2012. The thesis is titled "Passenger risk minimization in helicopter transportation for the offshore petroleum industry" and the subject of the trial lecture was "The facility location problem: Modeling and solution methods". Main supervisor has been Professor Irina Gribkovskaia.  
See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Ola Bø graduated for PhD in logistics 25 January 2012. The thesis is titled "Aspects of product tracking systems in the supply network for caught seafood", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Implementation and application of logistics information systems in international supply chains – challenges and effectiveness gains ". Main supervisor has been Associate professor Harald M. Hjelle. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.

2010 

Krystsina Bakhrankova graduated for PhD in logistics 30 April 2010. The thesis is titled "Production planning in continuous process industries: theoretical and optimization issues", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Optimization models for renewable energy resource planning at the national or region level". Main supervisor has been Professor Kjetil K. Haugen. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Biju K. Thapalia graduated for PhD in logistics 7 May 2010. The thesis is titled "Stochastic single-commodity network design", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Logistic challenges and possibilities in developing countries". Main supervisor has been Professor Stein W. Wallace. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Aliaksandr Shyshou graduated for PhD in logistics 28 June 2010. The thesis is titled "Vessel planning in offshore oil and gas operations", and the subject of the trial lecture was "On the inventory routing problem". Main supervisor has been Professor Irina Gribkovskaia. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Yue Xu graduated for PhD in logistics 14 December 2010. The thesis is titled "Competition and cooperation : a game theoretic analysis on the development of Norwegian continental shelf ", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Modelling optimal tariffs and capacity for an infrastructure natural monopoly (the organisation of Gassco is one example)". Main supervisor has been Professor Kjetil K. Haugen. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.

2009

Naima Saeed graduated for PhD in logistics 20 August 2009. The thesis is titled "Competition and cooperation among container terminals in Pakistan : with emphasis on game theoretical analysis", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Game theory as a tool in port planning – benefits and drawbacks". Main supervisor has been Professor Odd I. Larsen. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Hajnalka Vaagen graduated for PhD in logistics 31 August 2009. The thesis is titled "Assortment planning under uncertainty", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Recent advances of empirical research in inventory management". Main supervisor has been Professor Stein W. Wallace. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Umar Burki graduated for PhD in logistics 4 September 2009. The thesis is titled "Cross cultural effects on the relational governance of buyer-supplier relationships: an empirical study of the textile exporting firms of Pakistan", and the subject of the trial lecture was "A discussion on centralized versus de-centralized inventory strategies in international trade". Main supervisor has been Professor Arnt Buvik. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Bharat P. Bhatta graduated for PhD in logistics 25 November 2009. The thesis is titled "Discrete choice analysis with emphasis on problems of network-based level of service attributes in travel demand modeling", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Contributions from economic theory to traffic forecasting - research developments and state-of-practice". Main supervisor has been Professor Odd I. Larsen. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.

2008

Johan Oppen graduated for PhD in logistics 23 May 2008. The thesis is titled "Models and solutions for rich transportation problems", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Alliances and cooperation in the supply chain - challenges and opportunities". Main supervisor has been Professor Arne Løkketangen. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Frederick Mwakibinga graduated for PhD in logistics 4 July 2008. The thesis is titled "Public sector procurement in Tanzania: an analysis of rule compliance antecedents", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Purchasing management in private and public sector: Differences and similarities in theoretical perspective and empirical research". Main supervisor has been Professor Arnt Buvik. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Bjørnar Aas graduated for PhD in logistics 15 August 2008. The thesis is titled "Upstream logistics in offshore petroleum production", and the subject of the trial lecture was "On outsourcing of logistics services in a game theory perspective". Main supervisor has been Professor Stein W. Wallace. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Bernt E. Tysseland graduated for PhD in logistics 31 October 2008. The thesis is titled "System supportability and life cycle cost based decisions", and the subject of the trial lecture was "The organization/governance of just-in-time based supplier-buyer relationships". Main supervisor has been Associate professor Øyvind Halskau. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Ole Holte Sandvik graduated for PhD in logistics 7 November 2008. The thesis is titled "Essays on buyer-seller relationships and risk in supply chain management" and the subject of the trial lecture was "The impact of fourth party logistics involvement on supply chain management performance". Main supervisor has been Associate professor Svein Bråthen. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics 

2007

Gøril Hannås graduated for PhD in logistics 20 June 2007. The thesis is titled "Vertical electronic coordination and specific IT investments in business-to-business relationships", and the subject of the trial lecture was "Supply chain management in a interorganizational perspective : History, trends and research challenges". Main supervisor has been Professor Arnt Buvik. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Lars Magnus Hvattum graduated for PhD in logistics 5 October 2007. The thesis is titled "Heuristics for stochastic vehicle and inventory routing problems" and the subject of the trial lecture was "Exact methods in stochastic vehicle routing". Main supervisor has been Professor Arne Løkketangen. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.

2006

Berit Helgheim graduated for PhD in logistics 30 May 2006. The thesis is titled "Production processes in health care" and the subject of the trial lecture was "Supply chain management in the service industry: Trends and challenges". Main supervisor has been Professor Arild Hervik. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Arnt Gunnar Lium graduated for PhD in logistics 7 August 2006. The thesis is titled "Stochastic service network design" and the subject of the trial lecture was "Game theory as an alternative to stochastic programming when demand is modeled randomly". Main supervisor has been Professor Stein W. Wallace. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
 
Arild Hoff graduated for PhD in logistics 20 October 2006. The thesis is titled "Heuristics for rich vehicle routing problems" and the subject of the trial lecture was "On economical and logistical aspects of hub and spoke systems". Main supervisor has been Professor Arne Løkketangen. See the announcement. The dissertation is published in the series PhD theses in Logistics.
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