Welcome to the website of Han Hoogeveen (formally J.A. Hoogeveen).
I studied Econometrics at the University of Groningen (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen), where I graduted (M.Sc.) in 1987. Consecutively, I became a PhD-student at the CWI (Center for Mathematics and Computer Science) in Amsterdam, where I conducted research on multicriteria scheduling under the guidance of Jan Karel Lenstra. This resulted in a Ph.D. thesis titled Single-machine Bicriteria Scheduling; the corresponding Ph.D. degree was awarded by Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands.
After my PhD, I spent two years as as post-doc. The first year, 1991-1992, at the mathematics department of Eindhoven University of Technology, and the second year, 1992-1993, at the faculty of Civil Engineering and Operations Research at Princeton (currently Operations Research and Financial Engineering).
In 1993, I became an Assistant Professor at the Mathematics department of Eindhoven University of Technology in the Combinatorial Optimization group headed by Jan Karel Lenstra.
Since January 1, 1999, I am working as a lecturer/researcher at the Department
of Information and Computing Sciences at Utrecht University. First, I was a member of the group
headed by Jan van Leeuwen, but recently I became a member of the Decision Support Systems group
headed by Linda van der Gaag. My current research area is advanced planning
algorithms, robust planning, machine scheduling. I like to work on problems
that come from the real-world, or are related to practical problems; a good quote
in this respect is
If nobody is interested in your research, why would you care?
Interesting areas that these problems could come from are
I teach several bachelor and master courses in Computer Science, which are all more or less related to Operations Research and logistics. Furthermore, together with Marjan van den Akker I guide our PhD-student Marcel van Kooten Niekerk and together with Roland Gerearts I guide our PhD-student Arne Hillebrand. I further guide (and have guided) a number of M.sc. projects and experimentation projects (see link Projects).
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