MSc Seminar on May 31, 2018 in room Carre  2N

Speakers will be:

  1. Eline van Hove: “The Linear Threshold Rank as Centrality Measure in Social Networks“
  2. Jasmijn Manders: “Invitation strategy for colon cancer screening”
  3. Nicky Schuermans: “Scheduling transplant surgeons at the LUMC”

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Operations Research Seminar on May 29, 2018

Speaker:

Eline Tsai

Affiliation:

UT-EWI-SOR

Title:

From blood withdrawal to first results; the role of process mining (qualifier presentation)

Abstract:

During this PhD project the clinical chemistry and hematology laboratories in the three participating hospitals, Erasmus MC, VUmc and AMC, are considered. Together with the choice of expensive laboratory equipment and laboratory layout, hospital laboratories have to decide on settings such as prioritization of tests and batch sizes. The choice of laboratory configuration is often ad hoc and based on best practices. In this project, we aim to make this decision based on data and mathematical modeling. During this qualifier presentation, the setting of this PhD project will be described and the role process mining will play. Process mining is able to connect event data and process models, enabling the possibility to assess the performance of laboratory configurations and compare them.


Operations Research seminar

Operations Research Seminar on May 29, 12.45-13.30 in CR 2M

Speaker:Eline Tsai
Affiliation: UT, EWI, SOR
Title: From blood withdrawal to first results; the role of process mining (qualifier presentation)
Abstract:
During this PhD project the clinical chemistry and hematology laboratories in the three participating hospitals, Erasmus MC, VUmc and AMC, are considered. Together with the choice of expensive laboratory equipment and laboratory layout, hospital laboratories have to decide on settings such as prioritization of tests and batch sizes. The choice of laboratory configuration is often ad hoc and based on best practices. In this project, we aim to make this decision based on data and mathematical modeling. During this qualifier presentation, the setting of this PhD project will be described and the role process mining will play. Process mining is able to connect event data and process models, enabling the possibility to assess the performance of laboratory configurations and compare them.

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