Patricia Rogetzer finished her doctoral studies in Economics and Social Sciences at Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU) in September 2018, focusing on sustainable supply chains and the circular economy. In October 2018 she joined the chair of Logistics and Supply Chain Management at Technical University of Munich for two years as postdoctoral researcher. Since 1 October 2020, Patricia is Assistant Professor at the IEBIS department of the UT. Her research centers around sustainable supply chain management, dealing with trade-offs regarding economic, environmental and social issues as part of everyday decisions. She studies possibilities to make sustainability an integral part of business models and support companies towards more sustainable decision-making.

Expertise

  • Social Sciences

    • Supply Chain Management
    • Materials
    • Prices
    • Contract Law
  • Earth and Planetary Sciences

    • Chain
    • Impact
  • Economics, Econometrics and Finance

    • Price
    • Costs

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Publications

2023
Scheduling Urban Infrastructure Renovation Projects to Minimize Traffic DisruptionIn 14th International Conference on Computational Logistics. Bosch, R., Rogetzer, P., van Heeswijk, W. J. A. & Mes, M.A methodology to analyze production process based on the implementation of a Circular Value Stream MappingIn Proceedings of the International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management. Kalemkerian, F., Santos, J., Tanco, M. & Rogetzer, P.https://doi.org/10.46254/eu6.20230315Students' Perspective on AI-Supported Assessment of Open-Ended Questions in Higher EducationIn Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Computer Supported Education (pp. 73-79). Braun., D., Rogetzer., P., Stoica, E. & Kurzhals, H.https://doi.org/10.5220/0011648900003470
2022
2020
2019

Research profiles

Teaching (Coordinator/Teacher/Tutor):

  • B-IEM M1: Professional and Academic Development (teacher) - 2020/21
  • B-IEM M2: Professional and Academic Development (teacher) - 2020/21
  • B-IBA M3: FAIS - Information Systems (teacher) - 2020/21 until 2022/23
  • B-IEM M3: Professional and Academic Development (teacher) - 2020/21
  • B-IEM M4: Business Game - The Fresh Connection (tutor) - since 2021/22
  • B-IEM M5: Professional and Academic Development (teacher) - since 2022/23
  • B-IEM/IDE/ME M6:¬†Project Consumerproducts (tutor) - 2020/21
  • B-IEM/BIT M7: From Product Design to Online Business (coordinator,¬†teacher) - since 2021/22
  • Minor M9: Enterprise Software for the Integration of Administrative Processes¬†(coordinator,¬†teacher) - since 2023/24
  • Minor M10: Circularity Management and Technology (teacher) - since 2021/22

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Courses academic year 2023/2024

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Courses academic year 2022/2023

Current projects

Logiquay

Adaptive Multi-Actor Multi-Modal Closed-Loop Planning and Logistics for Renewal and Renovation of Urban Bridges and Quay Walls

Many bridges and quay walls in historic city centres, such as in Amsterdam, show signs of overdue maintenance and have reached the end of their technical or functional life. Renovation or renewal is required urgently. This is a large and complex task, not only because of its size, but also because of the impact on the environment and the city. The Loqiquay project aims at the development of closed-loop logistics methods and multi-project control solutions to accelerate speed of renovations, increase control, and improving sustainability and circularity including reuse of secondary materials and reduction of transport movements and emissions.

From Industrial Symbiosis to Hubs for Circularity (IS2H4C)

Circular Economy Platform Twente (CEP)

This project aims to establish the Circular Economy Platform Twente (CEP Twente) as a collaborative initiative between the academicians and students of the five faculties of the University of Twente (UT) including Green Hub Twente within 2023. The primary goal of the CEP Twente is to accelerate the transition towards a sustainable circular economy by fostering interdisciplinary research, education, and knowledge exchange.

EasyGrader

Serious Gaming for Circular Economy Transition (SG4CET)

The project aims at implementing an online game together with BMSLab to be run in the newly developed Minor Module of Sustainable Circular Economy (starting November 2021) and is funded by the WSV fund 2021.

Designing a minor on Enterprise software for the integration of administrative processes

This project aims at developing a multidisciplinary challenge-based learning (CBL) minor module on enterprise software for the integration in administrative processes and is funded by the WSV fund 2022.

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