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K.M. (Kristiaan) Glorie

PhD Candidate

Kristiaan Glorie
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Programme:
Logistics & Information Systems
ERIM Membership:
ERIM Doctoral Student, affiliated since 2010
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Kristiaan Glorie is a PhD candidate in Econometrics and Management Science at the Econometric Institute. His dissertation research focuses on the design of optimal organ donation and allocation policies. His research interests include combinatorial optimization under uncertainty, algorithmic and quantitative analysis, and mechanism design.

Publications (3)
  • Articles (3)
    • Evers, L., Glorie, K.M., Van der Ster, S., Barros, A.I. & Monsuur, H. (2014). A two-stage approach to the orienteering problem with stochastic weights. Computers and Operations Research, 43(March 2014), 248-260.
    • Glorie, K.M., Haase-Kromwijk, B., Van de Klundert, J.J., Wagelmans, A.P.M. & Weimar, W. (2013). Allocation and matching in kidney exchange programs. Transplant International.
    • Glorie, K.M., De Klerk, M., Wagelmans, A.P.M., Van de Klundert, J.J., Zuidema, W.C., Claas, F.H.J. & Weimar, W. (2013). Coordinating unspecified living kidney donation and transplantation across the blood-type barrier in kidney exchange. Transplantation.
PhD Project

Coordinated Dynamic Organ Allocation

Abstract

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Timeframe

2010 -

Events (1)
Apr 26, 2013 Simultaneous Row and Column Generation
  ERIM Research Seminar | Information Management

Visiting address
Office: H11-30
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA, Rotterdam
Netherlands
Postal address
Postbus 1738
3000 DR, Rotterdam
Netherlands
 

Latest publication

Evers, L., Glorie, K.M., Van der Ster, S., Barros, A.I. & Monsuur, H. (2014). A two-stage approach to the orienteering problem with stochastic weights. Computers and Operations Research, 43(March 2014), 248-260.

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Supervisory team

Albert Wagelmans

Professor of Econometrics (Management Science)
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