The Annual Conference on the 27th of September was closed by the ESCF Student Award 2021-2022 ceremony.
The second edition of the ESCF Student Awards, was won by Loïs Aerts with her thesis about Spare Parts Planning Accuracy within the Service Supply Network of ASML. When you watch this video you will see Loïs herself explaining what she accomplished at ASML.
Other nominees were:
- Nadine van Diën – Identifying the regulatory barriers in cross-border transportation and how they can be considered in decision making to improve the planning of circular activities of small healthcare equipment: A research conducted at a healthcare company. Watch the video from Nadine.
- Michiel de Hoop – Leveraging Time Aggregated Data and Advanced Machine Learning Techniques to Improve Semiconductor Demand Forecasting. Watch the video from Michiel.
- Gerard Koudstaal – Opening the black box of dyadic knowledge flow: Perceived usefulness of received knowledge in informal knowledge-seeking interactions in a global product development collaboration network. Watch the video from Gerard.
- Casper van der Schenk – How logistic service quality influences customer loyalty at Hilti. Watch the video from Casper.
The most extraordinary Master Student talents from the Eindhoven University of Technology use the finest academic knowledge to help affiliated ESCF members and enrich the supply chain knowledge. ESCF members can submit project proposals, assisted by the ESCF. These will be circulated via our talent pool, the ESCF student community. Graduating students rated 9 or higher at ESCF companies make a chance to win the Student Award.
Registered members and registered students can consult the student projects here.