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T.P. (Tommi) Tervonen

Assistant Professor

Tommi Tervonen
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Logistics & Information Systems
ERIM Membership:
Member ERIM, affiliated since 2010

Dr Tommi Tervonen is Assistant Professor of Business Intelligent Systems at the Econometric Institute of Erasmus School of Economics, Erasmus University Rotterdam. He holds a double doctoral degree, with honours, in Computer and Management Sciences from the Universities of Turku, Finland, and Coimbra, Portugal, respectively. In the past he has worked in Finland, Portugal, Slovakia, and now in The Netherlands, in academia and industry, in various fields ranging from software and security engineering to medical informatics and decision analysis. Tommi is a renowned expert in multi-criteria decision analytical approaches and has published widely in top-tier international peer-reviewed scientific journals such as Decision Support Systems, European Journal of Operational Research, Omega, Statistics in Medicine, Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, and many others. Dr Tervonen serves as an associate editor for Decision Support Systems from July 2014 onwards. His current research concentrates on holistic techniques for preference elicitation and their application in health technology assessment and project portfolio selection.

Publications (20)
Recognitions (1)
Doctoral courses (1)
2013/2014 Programming
Code: BERM.MC.010
Course level: Methodology

Visiting address
Office: H10-23
Burgemeester Oudlaan 50
3062 PA, Rotterdam
Postal address
Postbus 1738
3000 DR, Rotterdam

Latest publication

Tervonen, T. (2014). JSMAA: open source software for SMAA computations. International Journal of Systems Science, 45(1), 69-81.[go to publisher's site]

Latest news

Decision Support Systems Paper Accepted on Stochastic Ordinal Regression for Multiple Criteria Sorting Problems

In collaboration with dr. Miłosz Kadziński from the Poznań University of Technology, ECBI member dr. Tommi Tervonen published an article on stochastic ordinal regression for multiple criteria sorting problems in the P-ranked…