Forschungspreise

MIM 2019 Commended Paper Award

The Effect of Worker Fatigue on the Performance of a Bucket Brigade Order Picking System

 

1. Preis für wissenschaftliche Arbeiten der Stiftung Industrieforschung

Human factors in order picking systems – A framework for integrating human factors in order picking planning models with an in-depth analysis of learning effects

 

Honorable Mention as one of five finalist papers for the Young Author Award at the INCOM 2021 Symposium in Budapest, Hungary

Minqi Zhang. Evaluation of Human Workload in a Hybrid Order Picking System

 

International Journal of Production Research Certificate of Recognition

Logistics 4.0: a systematic review towards a new logistics system

 

BME Science Award 2023

Dr. Sven Winkelhaus (Kategorie Dissertation). The Digital Transformation of Logistics from a Human-Centred Perspective, betreut von Jun.-Prof. Dr. Eric Grosse

 

IJPR Top Reviewer 2023

For the contribution to the review process at the International Journal of Production Research

 

Horst Wildemann Preis für innovative Managementkonzepte

Incorporating human factors in order picking planning models: Framework and research opportunities

 

International Journal of Production Research Best Paper Award

Human factors in order picking: a content analysis of the literature

 

IWA-Preis für anwendungsnahe wissenschaftliche Leistungen im Themenbereich "Planung und Optimierung in der Automobilindustrie"

Storage policies and order picking strategies in U-shaped order-picking systems with a movable base

 

MIM 2022 Commended Paper Award

Potential of Mobile Applications in Human-Centric Production and Logistics Management

 

Journal of Business Logistics 2022 Bernard J. LaLonde Best Paper Award Runner-Up

Winkelhaus, S., Grosse, E. H., & Glock, C. H. (2022). Job satisfaction: An explorative study on work characteristics changes of employees in Intralogistics 4.0. Journal of Business Logistics, 43(3), 343-367.