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Bonn Kleiford Seranilla

Bonn Kleiford Seranilla

Doctoral researcher

Discipline(s) Production, distribution & supply chain management / Quantitative methods in economics & management
Sujets de recherche And Energy Systems, With current applications in Operational Management, In particular Optimization Under Uncertainty, Operations Research, Supply Chain Management
Faculté ou Centre Faculté de Droit, d'Économie et de Finance
Department Département Sciences économiques et gestion
Adresse postale Campus Kirchberg, Université du Luxembourg
6, rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi
L-1359 Luxembourg
Bureau sur le campus B15
E-mail
Mobile (+33) 753 447 042
Réseaux sociaux & blogs
Langues parlées English, French, Filipino, Cebuano
Séjours de recherche en France, Luxembourg, Philippines

Bonn Kleiford Seranilla joined the Luxembourg Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management (LCL) as a full-time PhD student in October 2019.

Bonn Kleiford holds a Master of Science degree in Management and Optimisation of Supply Chains and Transport (MOST) from IMT Atlantique (formerly École des Mines de Nantes) in Nantes, France, where his Master Thesis focused on the Optimal Planning and Operational Strategy for Combined Cooling, Heating, and Power (CCHP) Systems.

He also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering from Xavier University - Ateneo de Cagayan in Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines where he proceeded to become a University Instructor / Lecturer for 2 years teaching Introductory Operations Research, Human Factors and Ergonomics, and Methods Engineering among others. He has also supervised multiple undergraduate theses.

In addition to his academic involvements, Bonn Kleiford also worked as a consultant for multiple industrial projects mainly focusing on work measurement and design.

Bonn Kleiford’s research focuses on ‘Multi-stage Stochastic Optimisation in Operations Management’ and is supervised by Prof. Nils Löhndorf.

He is currently exploring on stochastic dual dynamic integer programming and its application on energy.

Last updated on: lundi 11 novembre 2019