The Ingeniería de Organización y Logística Research Group at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid does all sorts of research.
The Ingeniería de Organización y Logistics Research Group (IOL) was founded in 2005. IOL Research Group became a recognized research group of the UPM in 2005. However, the group has a long history of research, development, innovation and transfer of research results in the Industrial Engineering area. In fact, members of this research group were founders of the CEL (Spanish Logistics Center), in the 1970s.
Our methods and approaches have been forerunners of the current concept of logistics in organizations.
These are our research lines:
Behavioural Operations Research is born in the intersection of Behavioural Economics with Operations Research (also known as Operations Management).
This research project aims to identify areas for improvement in the optimization of scheduling different processes in the aeronautical supply chain. More specifically, it concerns productive phase and mainly covers both Aggregated Production Planning (APP) and Final Assembly Lines (FAL) problems.
The model minimizes the overall costs of plants placement and waste flow, as well as the unpleasant effect that these facilities cause in nearby populations. In addition, it considers stochastic transportation costs and waste generation.
Said model implements Benders decomposition using the Gurobi optimization solver through the Gurobi Python interface.
SMASHING project (RTI2018-094614-B-I00) proposes the development of prescriptive maintenance methodologies in industrial plants, but also in industrial services for other businesses, like HVAC, water, energy, and so on, in commercial and residential buildings.