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Diploma in Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens
MSc in Process Systems Engineering, Imperial College, University of London
PhD in Management Science and Technology, Athens University of Economics & Business
Marketing and Web Analytics
Supply Chain Management
Freight Transportation & Logistics
Manufacturing and Service Operations Management
Decision Support Systems and Optimization Methods
Business Intelligence and Expert Systems
Personalized Multi-period Touristic Tour Recommendations (with Mr Kotiloglou and Prof. Lappas, Stevens Institute of Technology, USA, and Prof. Pelechrinis, University of Pittsburgh, USA)
Robust Optimization methods for Multi-Attributed Vehicle Routing Problems under Uncertainty (collaborative research with Prof. Gounaris, Carnegie Mellon University, funded by NSF)
Resource Constrained Routing and Scheduling (with Prof. Paraskevopoulos, University of Bath, UK, Prof. Laporte., HEC Montréal, Canada, and Prof. Tarantilis, AUEB, Greece)
Selected Publications (in the last 3 years)
Repoussis P.P., Paraskevopoulos D., Vazacopoulos A. and Hupert N. (2016). Optimizing Emergency Preparedness and Resource Utilization in Mass Casualty Incidents. European Journal of Operational Research, vol. 255(2), pp. 531-544.
Nikolopoulou A.I., Repoussis P.P., Tarantilis C.D. and Zachariadis E.E. (2016). Moving products between location pairs: Cross-Docking versus Direct-Shipping. European Journal of Operational Research (to appear).
Gounaris C.E., Repoussis P.P., Tarantilis C.D., Wiesemann W. and Floudas C.A. (2014). An Adaptive Memory programming Framework for the Robust Capacitated Vehicle Routing Problem. Transportation Science (to appear).
Tarantilis C.D. Anagnostopoulou A. and Repoussis P.P. (2013). Adaptive Path Relinking for Vehicle Routing and Scheduling Problems with Product Returns. Transportation Science, vol. 47, pp. 356-379.
Tarantilis C.D., Stauropoulou F. and Repoussis P.P. (2013). Bi-level Filter-and-Fan for the Capacitated Team Orienteering Problem. European Journal of Operations Research, vol. 224(1), pp. 65-78.